Battle Droid Star Wars 2013 The Clone Wars
Battle Droids are deployed across the galaxy by the Separatists. The Droids are designed for mass production, ensuring that the Separatists always have a vast army at their disposal to fight the Republic's Clone Trooper forces.

The first assortment of The Clone Wars was to serve as its last. Hasbro decided to cancel the line and as such, this wave, which included new figures based on Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Captain Rex, R2-D2, the 501st Legion Clone Trooper and Battle Droid. In addition, this wave also repacked the armored version of Savage Opress and Clone Commander Cody as well as the first (and last) single-carded Darth Maul.

The Clone Wars 2013 series 1 began shipping in Europe in January and in Canada in February. Hasbro has no plans on releasing these figures in the U.S. For all future Clone Wars figures, collectors will be looking for realistic looking figures in the other action figure assortments.
   
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2013
Original Retail: $10.99
Assortment Number: A1369/37290
UPC Number:6 53569 84221 7
What's In The Box?
  • Battle Droid Figure
  • Blaster
  • Backpack
About This Figure:
  • Even though the new deco is cleaner than most of the previously released Battle Droids, the sweetest thing about this figure is the added articulation where the elbow meets the forearm. This new swivel joint allows the Battle Droid to hold its gun with both hands!

Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

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