B'OMARR MONASTERY ASSAULT
(Battle Pack)

Source: The Clone Wars
Year: 2008
Assortment: Battle Packs
Retail: $19.99
Assortment Number: 87780/87752
UPC Number: 6 56569 33062 2
Weapons and Accessories:

  • Lightsaber
  • Electrical Blast Effect
  • Comments: Jabba the Hutt's kidnapped son is being held in a B'omarr monastery built on top of a sheer cliff. Anakin begins the difficult ascent up the cliff with battle droids firing down on him, and droid-piloted STAPs racing into combat, laser cannons blasting. Casualties are mounting, so Anakin makes a daring move. He leaps into the air to take command of a STAP and dispatches battle droids with his lightsaber, clearing a path to the summit.





    Anakin Skywalker: During the assault of the mesa, Anakin leaps onto a STAP, throws the battle droid from the vehicle, and races up the sheer wall.
  • Anakin Skywalker is based on the single-carded Anakin Skywalker figure, but this time he has a soft goods skirt and articulated legs!


    Battle Droid: Battle droids, on foot and on STAPs, mount an aggressive defense against the attacking Republic forces.
  • Battle Droid is based on the single-carded Battle Droid figure, but this time he has new articulated arms



    STAP: Single Trooper Aerial Platform vehicles are piloted by battle droids. They are used mostly for patrol, reconaissance and combat.
  • STAP is a repaint of 1999's Episode I STAP.


    Points of Interest:
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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