Obi-Wan's
JEDI STARFIGHTER
(with Hyperspace Ring)

Source: Attack of the Clone

Year: 2006

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $4.99

Date Stamp: 2006

Features:

  • Opening Cockpit
  • Removable Hyperdrive Ring
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Transgalmeg industries, Inc.
    Model: hyperdrive Module
    Special Equipment: Dual Hyperdrive Engines
    Range: 150,000 Light Years
    Weapons: None
    Affiliation: Jedi Order
    Comments: The famous Jedi Starfighters of the Clone Wars sacrifice range for speed, using the space that would be taken up by a hyperdrive for more powerful engines. As a result, when a Jedi needs to travel long distances on his own, he must make use of a specially designed Hyperspace Transport Ring. Essentially big hyperdrives without their own guidance systems or weapons, these starship accessories give the Jedi Order nearly unlimited range, and the ability to slip in unseen where a Republic capital ship would make an unwelcome impression.





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