Kylo Ren’s (Adam Driver) mask has been an important extension of the character’s personality, and it will continue to be so in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” New details about the plot of the film suggest that the villainous character has a backup mask that he will use once again in the final fight against the Resistance.

The following article contains “Star Wars: Episode 9” spoilers.

The mask that Kylo Ren uses is inspired by his grandfather Darth Vader. Readers who have watched “The Last Jedi” will remember that Kylo Ren destroyed his mask in the elevator after Snoke (Adam Driver) chided him about it. It was in the same movie that Ben Solo killed his master and became the new Supreme Leader of the First Order, which happened after he destroyed his mask.

As reported previously, concept art pictures of the film confirmed Kylo Ren will fix his mask with a red substance. The pictures also teased another mask that doesn’t have these markings. Now, pictures of Disney Park’s Black Series toys of the First Order showed the character having a new mask. These pictures have been removed from the Hasbro website, suggesting that they are “Star Wars: Episode 9” spoilers.

The toys are specially made for “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge,” Star Wars News Net reported. The report pointed out that Kylo Ren destroyed his mask after getting frustrated with Snoke, and it was at that moment that he started plotting the murder of his master. The destruction of the mask wasn’t about him rejecting his past, which means that he will wear it once again.

The pictures suggest that Kylo Ren’s mask will be an important element of future “Star Wars” content. The mask is already a recognizable feature of the character.

A previous report by Making Star Wars suggested that the mask put together with the red substance gives a “corrupted look” for Kylo Ren. It is not clear just how often the Supreme Leader will wear his mask. More details will be confirmed when the first trailer of the film is released.

“Star Wars Episode 9” will be released on Dec. 20. The film was directed by JJ Abrams, who previously helmed “The Force Awakens.”