YODA'S HUT - DAGOBAH Yoda's Hut - Dagobah from Sideshow Collectibles 1/6 Scale Figure Environment
While the oppression of the cruel Empire hangs like a dark shroud over the galaxy, the few remaining Jedi have gone into hiding to protect their knowledge and ways. Hidden deep in the mysterious and perilous jungles of Dagobah is the simple clay hut of Jedi Master Yoda who has chosen this exile to wait in hopes that the Jedi will one day defeat the Empire.

It is here that Yoda reveals his true identity to Luke Skywalker after deliberately provoking Luke, testing him for signs of that he has inherited his father's deep flaws. Yoda begrudgingly agrees to train Luke in the ways of the Force, and the two spend many hours training together in Yoda's tiny home with Luke hunched over under the short roof to glean what knowledge he can from the great Jedi Master as his mentor.

Sideshow's Yoda's Hut -Dagobah 1/6 scale figure Environment was announced on July 20th, 2010 as part of their 1 days of Comic Con extravaganza and went up for pre-order at the same time. It began shipping in June 2011.
 
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Manufacturer: Sideshow Collectibles
Year: 2011
Original Retail: $274.99
Edition Product Number: 100026
Edition Size: TBA
What's In The Box?
  • Yoda’s Hut
  • Animal Skin Rug
  • 5x Snakes
  • Fire Grill Stove w/ Battery pack & 3x AAA Batteries
  • Winged Creature
  • 4x Wood Piles
  • Stick
  • 2x Vases
  • 6x Bowls
  • Chalice
  • Mortar
  • 2x Pestle
  • 2x Spoons
  • 5x Dishes
  • Urn
  • Cooking Pot
  • Veggie Pot
  • Stick Bucket
  • Grill (or stand)
  • Small Table
  • Stool
  • Log
  • Bench

Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

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