REBEL PILOTS
Ten Numb | Wedge Antilles | Arvel Crynyd

Source: (Return of the Jedi)

Year: 1999

Retail: $19.99

Assortment: Cinema Scenes

Assortment Number: 84035/84057

UPC Number: 7628184057

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • 3 Removable Helmets
  • Base
  • Cardboard Background
  • Comments: For generations, an evil power has spread throughout the galaxy. It began with Darth Sidious' sinister plot to conquer the planet Naboo and peaked with the Empire's domination of the galaxy. Throughout the era, brave starfighter pilots flew into space to fight this power. Naboo pilots braved impossible odds to save their planet from the superior forces of the Trade Federation. years later, X-wing pilot Wedge Antilles, B-wing Pilot Ten Numb, and A-wing pilot Arvel Crynyd were part of the assault on the second Death Star. Their success at the Battle of Endor released the iron grip on the galaxy.

    Points of Interest:
  • Ten Numb has similarly sculpted limbs as his fellow Sullustan, Nien Nunb. He should be wearing a red jumpsuit, as seen in the film. However, this figure is based on a promotional image of the character where he was wearing a white jumpsuit, not on his film appearance.
  • Wedge Antilles shares the same body sculpt as his fellow X-Wing Pilot, Biggs Darklighter. Wedge is the only pilot to survive assaults on both Death Stars.
  • Arvel Crynyd crashed into the bridge of the Executor. This figure is actually a Y-Wing Fighter Pilot named Lt. Telsij (Grey Two), and should be in a grey jumpsuit, not red.

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