R2-D2 (Dagobah Training)

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)

Collection: Rebel Alliance

Year: 2004

Number: OTC-04

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $4.99

Assortment Number: 84781/84715

UPC Number: 7693084781

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Interlocking Base
  • Electronic Sounds

Comments: The brave droid R2-D2 has helped the Rebel heroes many times. He goes with Luke Skywalker to the planet Dagobah, where Yoda teaches Luke the ways of a Jedi Knight. Luke tries out his new skills by lifting R2-D2 into the air using only his mind, causing the droid to scream in surprise. When Luke leaves to save his friends from the evil Empire, R2-D2 goes with him, ready to help the Rebels once again.

Points of Interest:
  • Two-stage button! Press briefly for robotic chatter and light. Press and hold button for robotic "scream" and light.
  • While this R2-D2 figure does not include any other title description, it is part of the Dagobah-themed wave and therefore is listed that way in our archives.
  • This figure of R2-D2 is based on the Coruscant Sentry version from the Saga line, except this version does not have the middle leg and the sounds are different.
  • Also included with this figure is a folding pamphlet that shows other toys in the Original Trilogy Collection.

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