HOTH CHEWBACCA

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)


Year: 1998

Retail: $5.99

Assortment: Episode I Flashback Photos

Assortment Number: 69680/84051

UPC Number: 69680/84051

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Bowcaster
  • Comments: Chewbacca, like all members of the Wookiee species, was indigenous to the jungle planet of Kashyyyk. Honorable, intelligent, and friendly, though fierce and dangerous when angered, Wookiees were a proud species who once made contributions to the Galactic Republic. Wookiee senators represented Kashyyyk in the Galactic Senate. Their respectable position changed, however, when the Imperials seized power and began enslaving the extraordinarily strong Wookiees as laborers. In Chewbacca's case, he escaped slavery and death with the help of a young officer by the name of Han Solo, who destroyed his military career to save the innocent Wookiee. A life debt was established, and Chewbacca joined Han in his adventures through the galaxy. Later on, the duo played significant roles in the Rebel victory over the Empire, and the Wookiee species was restored to its position of honor in the galaxy.



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