RANCOR and LUKE SKYWALKER

Source: (Return of the Jedi)

Year: 1998

Retail: $29.99

Assortment: Deluxe Beast Packs

Assortment Number: 69655

UPC Number: 7628169771

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Bone
  • Unique Battle-Worn Jedi Luke Skywalker
  • Height: Over 5 Meters
    Homeworld: Unknown
    Characteristics: Ferocious, Carnivourous, Powerful

    Comments: Within Jabba the Hutt's desert palace on Tatooine, there is a special pit that houses a rancor. Over five meters in height, this reptilian-like creature has long, exaggerated arms, dangerous fangs and huge claws -- truly a fearsome sight. The crime lord uses the rancor as a means of eliminating enemies and failed employees. Its pit is located beneath Jabba's court, providing an excellent view for the crime lord and his associates as victims struggle helplessly to defend themselves. That all changes when Luke Skywalker is dropped into the loathsome pit. Armed with only a large bone leftover from one of the rancor's previous victims, the Jedi Knight conquers the horrible beast.

    Point of Interest:
  • The chest of this figure is the same as the Complete Galaxy Luke. The arms are similar to CG Luke and Tatooine Skiff Luke, without the wrist articulation. The head is the same as these and and also the Final Jedi Duel Luke. The legs are unique.

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