P-38 STARFIGHTER /
MAGNAGUARD STARFIGHTER

Source: Expanded Universe:
(During Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2008

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $6.76

Date Stamp: 2008

Features:

  • Opening Cockpit
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Buuper Torsckil Abbey Devices
    Function: Recon/Assault
    Pilot: 1 IG-100 Magnaguard
    Length: 12.7 Meters
    Weapons: Laser Cannons
    Affiliation: Separatists
    Comments: The P-38 was a tough, powerful, long-range craft; the equal of any starfighter fielded by the Republic for the entire length of the Clone Wars. In addition, piloted as they were by the droid bodyguards of General Grievous, they lacked the need for space-intensive life-support systems and storage. The designers used the space savings to pack in larger engines and more powerful weapons. With some of the most powerful weapons and shields of any fighter craft anywhere in Republic space, the P-38 starfighter presented a serious danger even to the legendary Jedi starfighters.


    Points of Interest:
  • This P-38 Starfighter is an all-new vehicle for this line.
  • It was originally designed for the Utapau militia, but has since been used for General Grievous' Magnaguard bodyguards.
  • This vehicle was released under both names P-38 Starfighter and Magnaguard Starfighter...there is no difference in the deco.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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