FIGRIN D'AN AND THE MODAL NODES
(Commemorative Tin Collection)

Source:
A New Hope

Year: 2006
(Wal-Mart Exclusive)

Assortment: Commemorative Tin Collection

Retail: $29.99

UPC Number: 6 53569 19538 2

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Omni Box
  • Fanfar
  • Kloo Horn
  • Bandfill
  • Fizz
  • Soft Goods Cloak
  • Species: Bith
    Homeworld: Clak'Dor VII
    Sitting out sick: Doikk Na'ts
    Comments: During the Clone Wars, the Bith Jazz sensation was at its highest, and Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes rode that wave all the way to the top. Popular even with the clone troopers of the Republic, the Modal Nodes toured constantly. After the war's end, Imperial policies and mismanagement cast the Modal Nodes on hard times. It fell to band leader Figrin D'an to keep the group together, booking gigs at any backwater cantina that would pay their fee.








    Points of Interest:
  • Each member of The Modal Nodes is a repaint of the 1997 POTF2 Cantina Band Member figure, right down to the date stamp.
  • While there are 5 figures in this set, there are actually 7 members of The Modal Nodes.
    1. Figrin D'an: The leader of the band plays the Kloo Horn
    2. Doikk Na'ts: Plays the Dorenian Beshniquel (most commonly called the Fizz.)
    3. Ickabel G'ont: Plays the Fanfar.
    4. Tedn Dahai: Plays the Rakassah Horn.
    5. Tech Mo'r: Sits down to play the Omni Box.
    6. Nalan Cheel: Plays the Bandfill.
    7. Lirin Car'n: Only joins the band from time to time, plays the Kloo Horn.
  • Photography by Dave Myatt

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