GARTOGG Star Wars

                                                   Gamorrean Guard 1/6 Scale Figure

One of nine Gamorrean Guards in Jabba the Hutt's palace, Gartogg is renowned for his particularly dense brand of stupidity - even for a Gamorrean. He works as a mindless enforcer of Jabba's orders, and even his fellow guards poke fun at his shortcomings. Gartogg had a knack for stumbling across the slain bodies of murder victims and carried the rotting corpses around with him, even after he left Jabba's palace to work in a smuggling ring.

From the planet Gamorr, the Gamorrean species consists of brutish, porcine humanoids who maintain a feudal level of technology and tolerate a remarkable amount of violence in their everyday activities. Interstellar procedures programs for visiting Gamorr consist of one line: DO NOT VISIT GAMORR.

Though Gamorreans have been introduced to modern blaster and weapon technology, they prefer to hack and slash with axes, swords and maces. They only use modern weaponry when off-planet. Most Gamorreans have green skin, pig-like snouts and yellowed tusks protruding from jowled cheeks. These complement the small, yellow horns the Gamorreans have growing from the top of their heads. Jabba the Hutt was known to use dim-witted Gamorreans as enforcers and bodyguards, outfitting them with leather and metal uniforms.

Sideshow’s Gartogg 1/6 scale figure was announced on December 2nd, 2010 and went up for pre-order seven days later. The figure began shipping in June 2011.












Year: 2011
Retail: $119.99
Item Number: 1000061
Edition Size: TBD

Accessories:
  • Shirt
  • Tunic
  • Shorts
  • Fur Skirt
  • Gauntlets
  • Shoulder Armour
  • Belt
  • Helmet
  • Polearm
  • 2x Vibro-Axes
  • 2x Sets Of Hands

  • Note:
  • The Gartogg figure, at quick glance, looks very similar to the first Gamorrean Guard, but it is still rather unique. This figure has a different headsculpt that has a grimace and a broken horn, a unique gauntlet on the right arm, and a second Ax weapon..

  • Photography & Text by D. Martin Myatt


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