Bo-Katan Kryze appears to be making herself at home as part of The Watch, and she didn't hesitate to blast into action when Ragnar, the son of Paz Vizla, was snatched by a raptor that resides near The Armorer's secret Mandalorian enclave.
Leading a hunting party that includes Din Djarin and Vizla (who certainly seems to be coming around to his fellow helmeted warriors), Bo-Katan successfully manages to retrieve the kid...and three of the raptor's babies. Needless to say, if we don't see a few Mandalorians flying them into battle somewhere down the line, we'll be disappointed!
During the fight to retrieve Ragnar, Bo-Katan loses one of her pauldrons and is offered a replacement by The Armorer. She declines the symbol of the Nite Owls and instead chooses the Mythosaur, deciding to wear both.
She finally tells The Armorer what she saw in the Living Waters beneath the ruins of Mandalore, but it appears the clan's leader thinks Bo-Katan was likely just seeing things now she follows "The Way." There's a hint that the clan's leader might believe her newest acolyte, but it's hard to say for sure.
Remember, the ancient creature is the stuff of legend and, even those who believe it was real, have been told that it went extinct thousands of years ago. It seems Bo-Katan will have to eventually prove it exists, though what that will mean for her place in this group - and the remaining Mandalorians in general - remains to be seen.
There are a lot of different theories floating around about Bo-Katan's intentions, though it really doesn't appear as if she's planning to betray her newfound allies.
Yes, she may hope to lead them at some point, but everything we see here suggests the warrior is just happy to have finally found some kinship among her people after years of fighting.
Where do you think Bo-Katan's story could be heading following the events of "The Foundling"?