LUMAT Star Wars Return of the Jedi
The final wave of The Vintage Collection was released as an online exclusive in November 2012, having originally been revealed at the New York International Toy Fair the previous February. In addition to the Naboo Pilot, Mawhonic, Aurra Sing and Gungan Warrior that were previously released as part of the Walmart exclusive Discover the Force line, the remaining eight figures were all brand-new sculpts and comprised the second and third figures in the realistic Clone Wars style, Ahsoka Tano and Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well as Lumat, Emperor's Royal Guard, Nien Nunb, Weequay and Orrimaarko from Return of the Jedi, and finally, Republic Trooper from The Old Republic.
   
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: 38526/37499
Placement Number: VC104
UPC Number: 6 53569 71628 0
What's In The Box?
  • Lumat Figure
  • Removable hood and quiver
  • Spear
  • Bow
  • 3x Arrows
About This Figure
  • Lumat is a kit-bashed figure that utilizes a repaint of the body of 2011's Logray (Ewok Medicine Man) (VC55) from The Vintage Collection along with an all-new head sculpt
  • All of Lumat's weapons are brand new, while the hood and quiver were previously seen on the Graak figure from the Romba & Graak (TAC43) two-pack from 2007's 30th Anniversary Collection

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