GENERAL GRIEVOUS
(Battle-Damaged)

Source: The Clone Wars

Year: 2010

Number: CW10

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $7.99

Assortment Number: 97559/94736

UPC Number: 6 53569 51197 7

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Normal Head
  • Damaged Head
  • Normal Forarms
  • Damaged Forearms
  • 2 Lightsabers
  • Chestplate
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Galactic Battle Game Card
  • Game Die
  • Display Stand

  • Comments: Within his secret lair, General Grievous stores his spare cybernetic parts to replace any that become damaged. When two Jedi infiltrate his hideout, he relishes the opportunity to duel them for their lightsabers. Injured during battle, Grievous temporarily retreats to be repaired by his medical droid.












    Points of Interest:
  • General Grievous (Battle-Damaged) is an all-new figure.
  • The display battle stand included in this line is random: there are four different designs that spotlight different skills on the battle card.
  • A number of various inserts have been included with this figure, shipping with different case assortments: a Cartoon Network code (used to unlock exclusive online content), a Sgt. Bric & Battle Mat mailaway offer (2 different designs), and random Clone Cash of $5 savings on various toys.
  • Photography by Dan Curto



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