CLONE ATTACK ON CORUSCANT
Battle Pack

Source:
Revenge of the Sith

Year: 2007

Assortment: Battle Packs

Retail: $19.99

Assortment Number: 87533/87503

UPC Number: 6 53569 26653 2

Weapons and Accessories: Clone Trooper:

  • 2 DC-15 Blasters
  • 2 DC-15 Blaster Rifles
  • Clone Trooper Commander:

  • DC-15 Blaster
  • DC-15 Blaster Rifle
  • Shoulder Harness
  • Kama
  • Collector Coin

  • Comments: These clone troopers spring into battle as a massive droid army swarms upon Coruscant. As members of the Republic's mighty army corps, these clone troopers exit their gunships and engage the enemy in close-quarter combat, showing no inclinations of fear, hesitation or remorse.

    Their commander takes charge and orders the troopers to protect their designated areas at all costs. Using their blaster rifles and pistols, these troopers take down droid after droid...until the secret declaration of Order 66. Now, these once loyal members of the Republic Army will change allegiances and serve a new master.


    Points of Interest:
  • The 4 Clone Troopers appear briefly onscreen in Revenge of the Sith on Coruscant.
  • The Clone Commander does not appear onscreen. It's possible he's actually Cort Davin, who was an ARC Trooper who trained Bacara.
  • The 4 Clone Troopers are repaints of the Deluxe Clone Trooper, only this time they have standard weapons and no firing jet backpack. It should be noted that this release has the pegholes in the feet.
  • The Clone Commander is a repaint of Commander Bacara III-49, painted to resemble an ARC Trooper.
  • This set was originally released in the Revenge of the Sith line, and this is the same exact set with new packaging.
  • The third blaster has been moved to the side of the figure on the right.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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