MANDALORIAN WARRIORS
(Battle Pack)

Mandalorian Warriors

Source: The Clone Wars
Year: 2010
Retail: $22.99
Assortment: Battle Packs Figures
Assortment Number: 19681/94743
UPC Number:
6 56569 53418 1
Weapons and Accessories:

  • 6 Blasters
  • 2 Sniper Blasters
  • 2 Blaster Rifles
  • 3 Mitrinomon Z-6 Jet Packs
  • Firing Backpack Launcher
  • Missile
  • 2 Wrist Gauntlets
  • 4 Galactic Battle Game Cards
  • Game Die
  • 4 Display Stands
  • Comments: Some Mandalorians are part of the Death Watch, a secret group working to return to the days when Mandalorians were the most respected and feared warriors in the galaxy. Hiding in the shadows, they put in motion their plans to change the current policy of peace and neutrality into one of war. They hone their combat skills and stock their arsenal, preparing to reclaim their place as the greatest warriors in the galaxy.


    Mandalorian Warriors: The Mandalorians who belong to the Death Watch work in secret to return Mandalore to its past as the greatest warrior society in the galaxy.













    Points of Interest:
  • Mandalorian Warriors are all repaints of 2010's TCW Pre Vizsla, with a new non-removable helmet head.
  • Each Mandalorian figure in this set is identical to the others.
  • The accessories can interchanged among all the figures, creating unique troops.
  • The display battle stands included with this figure are random: there are four different designs that spotlight different skills on the battle card.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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