BATTLE DROID & 212TH BATTALION CLONE TROOPER Battle Droid & 212th Battalion Clone Trooper - Mission Series: Utapau MS04 - Mission Series: Utapau

Clone Troopers from the 212th Attack Battalion battle Separatist forces on the planet Utapau. The Clone Troopers fight the Battle Droids in the closing days of the Clone Wars, as the battalion's Jedi General, Obi-Wan Kenobi, duels General Grievous.

The MS03 Mission Series: Geonosis two pack was released in July 2012 as part of the first wave of Hasbro's Mission Series line launch. The first wave also included the MS01 Mission Series: Star Destroyer, MS02 Mission Series: Coruscant and MS03 Mission Series: Geonosis sets. The figures in all four sets featured five points of articulation and ushered in a new age of Star Wars collecting that felt more like our roots than any other product line released in the modern era.

   
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2013
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: A5232/A5228
UPC Number: 6 53569 87908 4
What's In The Box?
  • 212th Battalion Clone Trooper Action Figure
  • DC-15 Blaster (molded in grey plastic)
  • Trade Federation Battle Droid Action Figure
  • E-5 Blaster (1999 Episode I scale)
  • Backpack
About The Figures
  • The 212th Clone figure is the same sculpt as the figure included in the MS02 Mission Series: Coruscant two pack and the Saga Legends SL08 Shock Trooper
  • The Battle Droid figure is the same sculpt as the figure included in the MS03 Mission Series: Geonosis two pack
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