SCOUT TROOPER

Source:
Return of the Jedi

Year: 2009

Assortment:
Premium Formate Figures

Retail: $279.99

Item Number: 7222

Exclusive Item Number: 72221

Limited Edition: 550

Exclusive Edition: 300



Comments: A brutal and repressive regime, the Galactic Empire maintains control of its innumerable worlds through fear and intimidation. Powerful symbols of the peerless military might of the Empire, the Emperor's Imperial Stormtroopers maintain the dictator's far reaching iron grip throughout the galaxy, the executors of his will and the instruments of his wrath. At the point of a blaster rifle, the citizens of the Empire are held hostage to the agendas of the shadowy Sith Lord.



The stormtroopers designated as scouts wear lightweight armor that is considerably more flexible than the standard uniform. Much like their infantry counterparts, scout troopers wear a black body glove covered with white armor. Scouts often work in conjunction with light reconnaissance vehicles, such as Imperial speeder bikes. For this reason, they are often referred to as biker scouts.





Points of Interest:

  • The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Scout Trooper Premium Format Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: E-11S Sniper Rifle accessory!
  • Photography by D Martin Myatt

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