The newest "Star Wars" story has arrived on Disney Plus, and with it comes a whole new cast of interesting characters from around the galaxy. There is the unnamed title character, "The Mandalorian" himself, plus several others played by Carl Weathers, Werner Herzog, and more.
Keep reading for a list of all the major characters on "The Mandalorian" you should know. We'll be updating this list with each new episode as new faces join the protagonist bounty hunter.
Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Mandalorian" episode one.
The main character in "The Mandalorian" is an unnamed bounty hunter.
Pedro Pascal as the bounty hunter in "The Mandalorian."
Known simply as the Mandalorian, not much was revealed about this guy other than his prowess for fighting and connection to the warriors of the planet called Mandalore. The Mandalorian says he was a "foundling" once, but has now become part of the Mandalorian troop. So far this mystery man hasn't shown his face.
We know underneath is the face of actor Pedro Pascal, best known for his role as Oberyn Martell on "Game of Thrones" and Netflix's "Narcos."
Greef Carga is the man who gets the Mandalorian bounty assignments.
Carl Weathers as Greef Carga on "The Mandalorian."
Greef Carga is the name of the man who the Mandalorian delivers his bounty assets to. Carga pays the Mandalorian, and then gives him info about an off-the-books job with a new client who has deep pockets.
The Client is a mysterious man who commissions the Mandalorian for a new bounty hunt.
Werner Herzog as the Client on "The Mandalorian."
Similar to the Mandalorian, very little information about the "Client" is given on the first episode.
We know he has access to the rare metal called Beskar, and he wears an Imperial insignia — which means he's still loyal to the fallen Empire. This was made clear thanks to his Stormtrooper bodyguards, too.
Doctor Pershing appears to be working with the Client to try and acquire the Yoda-like baby.
Omid Abtahi as Doctor Pershing on "The Mandalorian."
When the Mandalorian gets his new assignment from the Client, a man named Doctor Pershing appears. This doctor seems to greatly prefer that the "asset" (aka the little baby Yoda-like being) is acquired alive.
The Client tells the Mandalorian he'll pay out half of the bounty fee if the asset is killed, as long as the bounty hunter can confirm its death.
Kuill is an Ugnaught (a type of alien species) who helps the Mandalorian.
Nick Nolte is the voice of Kuill on "The Mandalorian."
The Mandalorian follows the Client's information to a new planet, where he's quickly attacked by two Blurrgs. Kuill saves the bounty hunter, and helps him get to the building where the asset is being held.
IG-11 is a bounty droid who was also commissioned to find the Yoda-like baby.
Taika Waititi as IG-11 on "The Mandalorian."
The Mandalorian encounters the IG-11 droid (voiced by "Thor: Ragnorok" director Taika Waititi) when he arrives to the compound. Together they kill the guards, but the Mandalorian soon learns that this droid's orders are to terminate the asset.
The Mandalorian "kills" IG-11 to protect the baby. It's possible we'll see IG-11 again, since he can theoretically be repaired and restored to working order.
Cara Dune is another outcast fighter we'll meet later on the show.
Gina Carano as Cara Dune on "The Mandalorian."
According to the official "Star Wars" website, Cara Dune is "a war veteran who survived the Galactic Civil War, but now lives as an outcast who finds it difficult to reintegrate into society."
She's a former rebel shock trooper and current mercenary who will eventually meet up with the Mandalorian, as seen in the first trailer.
Mof Gideon will be an antagonist character on "The Mandalorian."
Giancarlo Esposito as Mof Gideon on "The Mandalorian."
Played by "Breaking Bad" star Giancarlo Esposito, Mof Gideon is another Imperial loyalist.
We'll also see a purple-skinned Twi'lek played by another ex-"Game of Thrones" actor.
Natalia Tena on "The Mandalorian."
Natalia Tena played Osha on HBO's "Game of Thrones," and also starred in the "Harry Potter" movies as Tonks. We haven't yet met her alien character, but the coming episodes should reveal more soon.
"The Mandalorian" will premiere new episodes every Friday on Disney Plus.
This article originally appeared on Insider. Follow @thisisinsider on Twitter.
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