BATTLE DROIDS
(Battle of Utapau)

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2006

Assortment: Battle Packs

Retail: $9.99

Assortment Number: 85884/85768

UPC Number: 6 53569 09630 6

Weapons and Accessories:

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  • Comments: The greatest Star Wars battles are at your fingertips! The Unleashed Battle Packs Collection captures the raw emotions of each hero, villain, soldier, and commander in the heat of battle, with exacting detail. Collect all of these awesome miniature scaled sculptures to recreate the excitement of each epic battle, May the Force be with you!

    Known for overwhelming their enemies through coordinated attacks and sheer fore of numbers, these battle droids have been dispersed throughout the galaxy with one goal in mind: to obey and destroy. After the devastating battle on Geonosis, additional droid factories had to be built to compensate for their losses. The Techno Union manufactured standard battle droids, super battle droids and destroyer droids to battle the clone troopers and serve under the command of military strategist, General Grievous. After Order Sixty-Six is issued by Darth Sidious and the clone troopers turn against the Jedi, the doid armies are shut down, as they are no longer needed to sustain this evil new Empire.





    Points of Interest:
  • This set was re-released in 2007 with all-new packaging, but no change to the figures.
  • Photography by D Martin Myatt & Dan Curto

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