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(It's the facial hair, I think.) , While the closing credits music for The Mandalorian is usually fairly upbeat, a slower and sadder composition was used for "Chapter 7: The Reckoning" because the credits immediately followed Kuiil's death in the final scene. The new Disney+ show is no exception, with the characters ranging from human to droid to an Ugnaught named Kuiil on The Mandalorian. He wrote: "Star Wars is better because Kuiil exists.  He was the third cast member publicly confirmed for the series, after Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano.  Kuiil helps the Mandalorian avert a crisis with a group of alien scavengers called Jawas. 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Kuiil's history of servitude to the Empire means he strongly values his freedom and independence, and he has no desire to work for anyone again other than himself, as demonstrated by his rejection of the Mandalorian's offer of employment. Things Don't Look Good", "The Mandalorian Has The Best Star Wars Quotes In Years", "The Mandalorian Suffers Heartbreaking Losses in the Season 1 Finale", "Nick Nolte Plays Kuiil in 'The Mandalorian' and He's One of the Best Parts of the Show", "Nick Nolte's 'Mandalorian' character isn't a jerk -- he's brilliant. Kuiil's performance was done by Misty Rosas, who during filming wore an animatronic face mask created by Legacy Effects. The voice of Kuiil was performed by Nick Nolte, who completed his recordings for all the character's dialogue in a single afternoon. The article goes on to explain that Ugnaughts "found work across the galaxy everywhere from the Jedi Temple and Coruscant to Cloud City and Lothal.". The two have a relationship similar to that of a father and son, as demonstrated in the scene in which Kuiil teaches IG-11 how to operate and function after the droid is reprogrammed. Djarin explained that he returned to Arvala-7 to enlist Kuiil's services in watching over the Child while they join up with Greef Karga on Nevarro and attempt to take out the Client, however Kuiil said that he is unwilling to put himself into another being's services since he freed himself from his indentured service.  He is very resourceful, and highly proficient with technology, as demonstrated by his ability to repair IG-11 and the Razor Crest. But wait, that sounds familiar. c. 9 ABY, Nevarro  His patience is further demonstrated by his willingness to spend multiple days helping the Mandalorian repair his ship. , Kuiil was a caring, wise, and gentle person. Kuiil thanked Djarin for bringing peace to his valley before mounting his blurrg. The wires were spread apart to give Rosas the greatest possible freedom of motion. Shortly after, Djarin tried to contact Kuiil through his comlink again, but IG-11 answered instead and informed the Mandalorian that Kuiil had been terminated but he had successfully recovered the Child and was fulfilling his base structure to nurse and protect. " Scenes with large amount of dialogue from Kuiil were particularly difficult.  His patience is further demonstrated by his willingness to spend multiple days helping the Mandalorian repair his ship. " However, although Kuiil tries to avoid conflict at all costs, he does not hesitate to help those in need. , Kuiil reappears in the show's penultimate episode, "Chapter 7: The Reckoning, in which the Mandalorian returns to Arvala-7 with his ally Cara Dune. The Mandalorian has killed off characters early and often. Djarin expressed his distrust of droids, but eventually allowed the droid to join them in their mission. Welcome to Star Wars Week! Later, Djarin told Kuiil that he could not thank him enough for his assistance and offered to share part of the bounty's reward with him as well as inviting Kuiil aboard as a crew member, stating that he could use someone of his ability and offered to pay him handsomely.  Rosas felt an immediate connection with the character based on her own life experiences, saying: "I know what it is to fight for your freedom. She occasionally needed to ask crew members to open the mouth of the mask for her between takes so she could breathe more freely. "I have never met a Mandalorian," Kuiil growls in a show teaser.  as demonstrated by the compassion he shows for both IG-11 and the Child. The process often proved challenging, particularly when the puppeteers missed signals made by Rosas during dimly-lit scenes. Rosas felt Nolte's voice work for Kuiil was "beautiful".  Kuiil is very intelligent, offering wisdom and guidance to visitors on Arvala-7. 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Kuiil's dynamic with the bounty hunter droid IG-11 reflects a parenting theme prevalent among multiple characters throughout the first season of The Mandalorian, and Kuiil's reprogramming of the droid from hunter to protector drew nature versus nurture discussions among reviewers. Concept art was prepared for the character during pre-production, including an image by Christian Alzmann of Kuiil and the Mandalorian riding bluurgs alongside each other, and another by Jama Jurabaev of Kuiil and the Mandalorian at his moisture farm. ― Kuiil Kuiil was an Ugnaught male vapor farmer who led Din Djarin to the Child. This made the Child relatively heavy, which occasionally proved challenging for Rosas, who also had to manage the weight of the animatronics in her own costume.  Kuiil assists the Mandalorian when he is attacked by creatures known as blurrgs.  As a result of all the machinery, the mask was physically heavy and placed a great deal of pressure on Rosas' shoulder, neck, back, and core stability. "I bought my freedom with the skill of my hands," he says.  He is very resourceful, and highly proficient with technology, as demonstrated by his ability to repair IG-11 and the Razor Crest.  The Kuiil and IG-11 scenes also demonstrate that the way in which the "child" character is raised makes a significant difference in whether the child becomes an asset or a threat to those around him.