TYCHO CELCHU
(A-Wing Pilot)

Source:
Return of the Jedi

Collection: 7

Year: 2007

Number: 30-44

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $6.99

Assortment Number: 87411/87500

UPC Number: 6 53569 25697 7

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Skull Cap
  • Flight Helmet
  • Flight Harness
  • Collector Coin
  • Species: Human
    Status: A-Wing Pilot
    Weapon of Choice: Blaster
    Characteristic: Part of Rogue Squadron
    Comments: Tycho has a pesonal interest in defeating the Empire: he lost his family when the first Death Star destroyed the planet Alderaan. A member of Rogue Squadron, Tycho draws off Imperial fighters during the Battle of Endor, so that the Rebels can attack the second Death Star.









    Points of Interest:
  • Tycho Celchu is an all-new figure. The character has a large role in the Expanded Universe Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron series of comics and novels, where the character was established at being in the movie.
  • There is a variation for this figure: the artwork on the cardback has been modified so that the figure is not covering as much of the name. In addition, the helmet has been cast in a slightly clearer plastic.
  • 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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