JEDI HIGH COUNCIL
(Plo Koon | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Eeth Koth)

Source:
(The Phantom Menace)

Year: 2004

Assortment: Screen Scenes

Retail: $19.99

Assortment Number: 32154

UPC Number: 7693032154

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Interlocking Base
    (2 of 6)
  • Floor Piece (2 of 4)
  • 2 Jedi Council Chairs

Comments: The Jedi High Council is the main interface between the Jedi and the government of the Republic. The twelve High Council members are chosen from the ranks of the Jedi Masters and represent a gathering of great minds who have proven themselves and their abilities in the service of peace and justice.



Check out the completed Jedi High Council screen scene here.

Points of Interest:
  • The Plo Koon figure is based on the Saga figure, except this time he has articulated legs and a cloth skirt.
  • The Obi-Wan Kenobi is the same as the Power of the Jedi figure, without any accessories.
  • The Eeth Koth is based on the Power of the Jedi figure, except this time he has articulated legs and a cloth skirt.
  • This set also includes a interlocking base and floorpiece to complete the scene.
  • While labelled "Scene 2", this is actually the fourth set in the series. The first two were released in the Saga line as Jedi High Council (1 of 2) and Jedi High Council (2 of 2), and the third set was released as Jedi High Council Scene 1.

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