EWOKS
(Paploo & Nho'Apakk)

Ewoks: Paploo & Nho'Apakk

Source:
Return of the Jedi
Year: 2009
Retail: $7.99
Assortment: Basic Figures
Series: 9
Number: BD18
Assortment Number: 93129/87535
UPC Number:
6 56569 42987 6
Weapons and Accessories:

  • Paploo's Hood
  • Paploo's Staff
  • Belt & Sheath
  • Hunting Knife
  • Trident
  • Nho'Apakk's Hood
    Droid Factory Piece:
  • R3-M3 Left Leg
    - OR -
  • YVH-1 Right Arm

  • Comments: Nho’Apakk and Paploo are two of the Ewoks who inhabit the forested moon of Endor. Like all Ewoks, they prefer to avoid confrontation but are fearsome warriors when threatened. They fight alongside the Rebels to subdue the stormtroopers during the Battle of Endor, ultimately helping to defeat the Empire.















    Points of Interest:
  • Paploo uses the same body as the Romba figure from 2007's TAC Romba & Graak (Ewok Warriors)
  • Nho'Apakk uses the same body as the Graak figure from 2007's TAC Romba & Graak (Ewok Warriors)
  • Nho'Apakk is named after a young fan named Noah, who visited the Hasbro headquarters prior to having an operation. Noah picked this set of Ewoks from a rare Official Pix photo, but this Ewok did not have a name. Hasbro and Lucafilm decided to name the Ewok after Noah, honoring the young man who helped select the character.
  • This set of figures contains an extra "Droid Factory" piece to Build-A-Droid. This figure includes R3-M3's left leg.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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