CLONE TROOPERS & DROIDS
(Battle Pack)

Source: The Clone Wars

Year: 2010

Assortment: Battle Packs

Retail: $19.99

Assortment Number: 19677/94743

UPC Number: 6 56569 50722 2

Comments: Clones and droids battle each other during the Clone Wars. Each army — human and mechanical — builds its arsenal of skills and weapons throughout the conflict as new challenges arise. The clone troopers of the elite 327th Star Corps, under Commander Bly, clash with their robotic enemies throughout the entire span of the war. The troopers devise new combat strategies as the Separatists develop more powerful droids.

Clone Troopers: Clone troopers apply all their military training, warrior skills and weaponry to battle the endless army of "clankers" during the Clone Wars.
Weapons and Accessories:
  • 2 DC-15 Blasters
  • Rocket Backpack
  • Rocket
  • Non-Launching Rocket
  • Rappeling Cable
    Point of Interest:
  • Both Clone Troopers are repaints of 2008's Clone Trooper (212th Attack Battalion). The aerial clone has a hole in the back for the jetpack.








    Retail Droid: The technical name for retail droids is LR-57 combat droids. Used by the Separatists, they check for enemy activity — sounds, movement or anything that seems suspicious.
    Weapons and Accessories:
  • None
    Point of Interest:
  • Retail Droid is an all-new figure.






    Super Battle Droid: These heavy infantry droids are powerfully built, heavily armed and very strong. Some versions are specially equipped with flight packs for aerial combat.
    Weapons and Accessories:
  • None
    Point of Interest:
  • Super Battle Droid is a repaint of 2008's Super Battle Droid, without the additional accessories.








    Points of Interest:
  • The display battle stand included in this line is random: there are four different designs that spotlight different skills on the battle card.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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