There’s an overarching power struggle taking place somewhat behind the scenes of The Mandalorian Season 3 with Bo-Katan Kyrze (Katee Sackhoff) at the center of it. There have been quite a few different plots explored this season that have kept this angle as more of a secondary narrative. There was an entire episode dedicated to the New Republic, its Amnesty Program and the journey of Dr. Pershing (Omid Abtahi) and Elia Kane (Katy M. O’Brien). Grogu and his continued development and even learned of what he went through when Order 66 was executed. There’s been so much going on that the series’ star, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), has been sidelined at various points. Through all of this, though, has been Bo-Katan and her redemption arc. For her to complete this journey, it seems inevitable that it would entail her regaining control over the Mandalorians and restoring everything that was lost in the Siege of Mandalore. This is why her decision not to tell Din in “Chapter 20: The Foundling” that she saw the legendary Mythosaur makes a lot of sense to her.