The Mandalorian character you are based on your zodiac sign
Gemini is said to be very busy people, and no one is more busy in this series than the Mandalorian himself, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal). At first, it’s intentional; he needs to be occupied in order to earn a living. As the new Republic tries to establish itself, there is no common currency accepted across the galaxy. Imperial Credits are no longer spent like they used to be, and that means Mando has to take on as much work as possible to keep his ship in the sky.
Then things get complicated when he meets “the kid”. Sworn by duty to protect the Child and bring him back to his people, Din is constantly hunted down. The Imperials want Grogu, as do a bunch of other bounty hunters. Plus, he still needs to make a living and frequently repair his ship, so he still does odd jobs here and there.
By the end of the second season, he’s completely overwhelmed. Some Mandalorians he doesn’t recognize, with beliefs very different from his own, come forward and make him question everything he thought he knew about his people. The Beskar battle droids are ready to kill, then a rightful wizard (Luke Skywalker), who opens his mind further to the mysteries of the universe. He’s got a lot to do, but like a Gemini he’s good at finishing the things he’s about to do.