DARTH MAUL

Source: The Phantom Menace

Year: 2006

Assortment: Forged Figures

Retail: $15.99

Item Number: 34607

Features:

  • Lightsaber
  • Rock Base
  • 10 Screws
  • Clear Tube
  • Protective Case
  • Display Stand
  • Homeworld: Iridonia
    Species: Zabrak
    Affiliation: Sith
    Height: 1.75 meters
    Weapons: Double-bladed lightsaber
    Vehicles: Sith Infiltrator, Sith Speeder
    Unique Quality: Full-body Sith tattoos
    Notable Quote: "At last we will have revenge."
    Comments: Little is known about this dangerous Sith killer. Utterly devoid of personality, he was raised from childhood on a diet of cruelty, and grew into a man filled with rage and the power of the dark side. His will was bent beneath that of Darth Sidious. He served his master without question, without doubt, and without pity, striking down all those who stood in his way. A talented tracker, undetectable spy, and devastating warrior, his was the first Sith hand to kill a Jedi in over a thousand years.










    Points of Interest:
  • This Darth Maul figure was scheduled to be part of the line before it was canceled, but the figure was eventually distributed to the International and secondary markets.
  • Photography by Dan Curto & D Martin Myatt

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