JAWA & LIN DROID
(Tatooine Scavenger)

Source: A New Hope

Year: 2007

Number: 30-19

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $6.99

Assortment Number: 87278/87500

UPC Number: 6 53569 20151 9

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Blaster Pistol
  • Droid Caller
  • Bandolier
  • Vest
  • 2 Antenna
  • Sensor Arm
  • 2 Droid Arm Parts
  • Collector Coin
  • Species: Jawa, diminutive species native to Tatooine
    Status: Scavengers, scrap-dealers, and traders of technological refuse
    Weapon of Choice: Jawa ionization blaster, used to inactivate droids
    Characteristics: Their faces are obscured by a cloud of insects drawn by their foul odor
    Comments: Bands of Jawas scavenge Tatooine for discarded droids and machinery to repair and resell. One of the droids that the Jawas show to Owen Lars during the sale of C-3PO and R2-D2 is a LIN mining and demolition droid created to lay mines and perform demolition operations.










    Points of Interest:
  • The Jawa can be briefly seen in the opening of the Jawa line-up scene.
  • The LIN Droid is officially named LIN-V8K. It has a translucent dome where you can see the electronics inside.
  • Photography by Dan Curto
  • Also included with this figure is a folding pamphlet that shows other toys in The 30th Anniversary Collection.

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