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Home  Toys  Star Wars  2012 Star Wars  3.75" Movie Legends
2012 Star Wars Movie Legends Wave 0.5 - Case of 12
By Hasbro
Our Price: $74.24

List Price $109.99

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**** - Please note - All cases are factory sealed and items packed inside are not inspected. We can not guarantee packaging condition of individual items packed within the case.

Each 3.75” 2012 Star Wars Movie Legends figure features multiple points of articulation, weapons/accessories, and a nameplate base.

2012 Star Wars Movie Legends Wave 01: Case of 12 includes the following figures:

1x Ep I R2-D2
1x Ep I Battle Droid - Red or Tan packed at random, sorry no choice.
1x Ep I Darth Maul
1x Ep I Destroyer Droid
1x Ep II Super Battle Droid
1x Ep III Clone Trooper
1x Ep I Obi-Wan
1x Ep I Qui-Gon
1x Ep II Yoda
1x Ep III Shock Trooper
1x Ep VI Darth Vader
1x Ep III Grievous

Ep I R2-D2: Episode I R2-D2 features button-activated electronic sound effects. R2-D2’s various retractable appendages and instruments enable him to serve the functions of starship mechanic and computer interface specialist. R2 originally performed maintenance duty on behalf of the Royal Engineers of Naboo aboard Queen Amidala’s royal starship. He enabled the ship to escape the Trade Federation’s blockade. Later, on Tatooine, R2-D2 first encountered C-3PO, the protocol droid which was being assembled by the young Anakin Skywalker.

Ep I Battle Droid: The Episode I Battle Droid features a firing blaster. Mass-produced and unleashed in seemingly inexhaustible multitudes, the B1 Battle Droid, structurally identical to the OOM-series model, was designed to resemble a skeletonized Geonosian with a head patterned after a Neimoidian skull. Typically Battle Droids were answerable to Droid Control Ships, which themselves could come under attack and plunge the droids into disorganized chaos. Despite the Battle Droids’ fearlessness and relentless attack function, they were easily outsmarted and outmaneuvered by the likes of Jedi opponents.

Ep I Darth Maul: Episode I Darth Maul features spinning lightsaber action. Darth Maul was the apprentice of Darth Sidious, subjected to grueling training and held accountable to harsh discipline intended to scour away all traces of weakness or conscience. Maul was transformed into a nearly mindless killer driven by the singular objective of tracking and reacquiring Queen Amidala, in the course of which he was pitted against Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. Maul’s lightsaber technique was honed into a two-pronged attack capability, which he utilized in instances when multiple opponents were involved.

Ep I Destroyer Droid: The Episode I Destroyer Droid features firing cannons. Vaguely crustacean in suggestion, the Destroyer Droid is situated atop a stocky tripod stance. Utilized by the Trade Federation and the Confederacy, the Destroyer Droid, or Droideka, is a versatile bronzium-armored unit configurable as either a wheel-like formation or as a tripod-situated battle unit outfitted with twin blaster cannons, and blaster fire/lightsaber-resistant personal energy shields.

Ep II Super Battle Droid: The Episode II Super Battle Droid features firing arm blasters. The barrel-chested Super Battle Droid is encased in a grim gunmetal-hued chassis. Circumventing standard Battle Droids’ dependency upon Droid Control Ships, the larger and thicker-armored Super Battle Droid was capable of operating independently of a control signal. Super Battle Droids were typically equipped with arm-situated dual laser cannons and a tri-shot weapon system, and could be converted to operate arm-situated rocket launchers.

Ep III Clone Trooper: Equipped with a rifle, the Episode III Clone Trooper features a backpack with launching missile. Clone Troopers began as built-in soldiers, physically and mentally identical, generated from the harvested genetic materials of renowned bounty hunter Jango Fett, and they were mass produced in a covert facility on the planet Kamino. Fett himself oversaw the training of the Clone Troopers, which were initially installed to reinforce the Jedi warriors against the Battle Droid minions. Upon the implementation of Order 66, the Clone Troopers turned on their Jedi commanders and annihilated a large portion of the order in one fell swoop.

Ep I Obi-Wan: Equipped with his blue lightsaber, Episode I Obi-Wan features a grappling hook launcher. Both Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon were sent to Naboo in reaction to the battleship blockade staged by the Trade Federation. Surviving a small skirmish with Federation forces, the two Jedi ultimately rescued Queen Amidala and escorted her from Naboo aboard the rural starship. The breakdown of the starship necessitated landing on Tatooine. Later, in the Theed Generator Complex, Obi-Wan narrowly succeeded in destroying Darth Maul.

Ep I Qui-Gon: Equipped with his green lightsaber, Episode I Qui-Gon features a grappling hook launcher. Both Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were sent to Naboo in reaction to the battleship blockade staged by the Trade Federation. Surviving a small skirmish with Federation forces, the two Jedi ultimately rescued Queen Amidala and escorted her from Naboo aboard the rural starship. The breakdown of the starship necessitated landing on Tatooine, where Qui-Gon discovered the young Anakin Skywalker. Later, in the Theed Generator Complex, Qui-Gon sustained a fatal thrust from Maul’s dual-bladed lightsaber.

Ep II Yoda: Episode II Yoda features a removable robe and some type of lightsaber action. High General Yoda led a force of Clone Troopers into the Battle of Geonosis. He located the hangar where Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi had been recently defeated by Count Dooku, and confronted his former protégée. Yoda was prevented from defeating Dooku when the latter placed the unconscious Skywalker and Kenobi in direct peril to affect his own escape.

Ep III Shock Trooper: Clad in modified armor with distinctive red markings, the Shock Trooper features quick draw action. The Shock Troopers are the elite troops of Emperor Palpatine, serving as Palpatine’s personal guard on Coruscant and elsewhere. In Revenge of the Sith, Shock Troopers were ordered to capture Yoda as the latter was forced to withdraw from the personal duel with Palpatine, and were also shown accompanying Palpatine to Mustafar in order to collect the scorched and wounded remains of Darth Vader.

Ep VI Darth Vader: Sustained by a mechanized life support system and prosthetics, the battered and disfigured Sith Lord Darth Vader is both the apprentice and enforcer of Emperor Palpatine. Darth Vader is initially surprised by Luke Skywalker’s willing surrender. In the ensuing duel aboard the Death Star II, staged for Palpatine’s amusement, Vader quickly gains the upper hand, casually taunting his opponent, although he is ultimately overwhelmed by the savagery of Luke’s uncontrolled anger.

Ep III Grievous: The Episode III General Grievous is equipped with four lightsabers. Harvested from among the horrific wreckage of a staged shuttle accident, General Grievous is a cyborg composed of a duranium alloy body with synthskin-bagged vital organs and LX-44 robotic legs. Designated the Supreme General of the Droid Army, Grievous, disgusted by his new body, exacts his brutal vengeance by slaughtering members of the Jedi Order and collecting his victims’ lightsabers as trophies.

Product Number: HAS21166
Shipping Weight: 3.14 pounds

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