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What do you mean a “fake Mandalorian”? There is no such thing, you either are a Mandalorian, or you aren’t. There are different ways to become a Mandalorian– by being born and raised as one, being adopted by one, or by marrying a Mandalorian–but the Mandalorians don’t discriminate. As long as you have sworn the Resol’nare, they don’t really care about your origin. That tradition is as old as the Mandalorians themselves are, as the original people who called themselves “Mandalorian” went extinct and bequeathed their culture to a group of humans. There is a Mandalorian word–dar’manda–for those of Mandalorian heritage who are either ignorant of their culture and/or who have actively rejected it. Jango Fett would not fit this description, though the New Mando’s and the GAR would.
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Jango Fett was born (allegedly) on the planet Concord Dawn. Concord Dawn is in Mandalorian space, therefore if his parents were indeed Mandalorians, then Jango would also be one. There is no need for a Mandalorian to be actually born on Mandalore in order to be called so. However, their government at the time denounced him as a common mercenary. Which doesn’t say much, because governments often denounce and jail people for political or other reasons, but that does not stop these people from belonging to any given race or culture. Whether or not they are true to their culture’s beliefs and respect their taboos is a different matter entirely. Even that is subject to interpretation. During the Clone Wars there were two factions of Mandalorians, the New Mandalorian pacifists and the Death Watch. Each of the two groups called the other one treasonous and one was not Mandalorian to the other. Who was right?