Plo Koon's
JEDI STARFIGHTER
(with Hyperspace Ring)

Source: Revenge of the Sith

Year: 2007

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $5.99

Date Stamp: 2006

Features:

  • Opening Cockpit
  • Removable Hyperdrive Ring
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Kuat Systems Engineering
    Model: Delta-7
    Special Equipment: Hyperdrive Booster Ring
    Size: 8 Meters Long
    Weapons: Laser Cannons
    Affiliation: Jedi Order
    Comments: An imposing and powerful Jedi Master with a long, distinguished record of service and sacrifice, Plo Koon saw the Jedi Order through many trials in its twilight years from his seat on the Jedi Council. His tendency to see things in the stark terms of simple right and wrong served him well over the years, joining with his heightened extrasensory abilities to lend him a clarity of vision superior to even other Jedi. This clarity extended even to his piloting; he was a straightforward warrior who was often seen at the head of a bombing run or diving charge. Unfortunately, he was unprepared for the subtlety of the Sith, and was blown out of the sky by his clone wingmen after the issuance of Order 66.




    Points of Interest:
  • Plo Koon's Jedi Starfighter is a repaint of Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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