AAYLA SECURA

Source: (Attack of the Clones)

Year: 2004

Assortment: Unleashed

Retail: $14.99

Assortment Number: 84786/85002

UPC Number: 7693084786

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Lightsaber Blade
  • Base
  • Comments: Beautiful, graceful, powerful. Aayla Secura displays the innate elegance and charm of the Twi'lek species even as she wields her lightsaber in battle. She is a striking figure with cerulean blue skin, distinctive head tentacles - and the focused intensity of a lightsaber blade. She stands unyielding in the face of attack, a shimmering promise of strength and defiance to all who confront her in combat. Beneath her captivating appearance and calm exterior roils a dark past, in which her memory as a Jedi Knight was ripped from her and she was deluded into joining the dark side. That time of torment and confusion is behind her, but it has left its mark on her, deep inside, and comes to the surface unexpectedly when memories of past betrayal flash quickly in her eyes as she gazes on her enemy, ready to fight to her last breath for the sake of peace.

    Points of Interest:
  • Aayla Secura started out as a character in the Dark Horse comics book series. She was striking enough in appearance that George Lucas added her to Attack of the Clones. She has since appeared in various comics, short stories, and the Clone Wars animated series.

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