SCRAMBLE ON YAVIN
(Battle Pack)

Source: A New Hope
Year: 2009
Assortment: Battle Packs
Retail: $23.99
Assortment Number: 87781/87752
UPC Number: 6 56569 33064 6
Weapons and Accessories:

  • BlasTech DL-44 Heavy Blaster Pistol
  • X-Wing Helmet
  • Ground Crew Helmet
  • BlasTech DH-17 Blaster Pistol
  • Antenna
  • Transport
  • Comments: In their base on Yavin, the Rebel Alliance prepares to launch a direct assault upon the Empire. The busy griound ceew checks the vehicles, makes repairts and adjustments, loads droids intot he fighters' sockets, and shuttles equipment and people to different destinations. The air crackles with tension and anticipation. The Rebels know how much is a stake for them and the galaxy, and they focus their efforts on being ready for the battle ahead.




    Rebel Ground Crew with Transport: An active base is always bustling with people including the grounbd crew who perform various functions. Some drive transports that move personnel and equipment to different areas while others prepare the starfighters for battle.
  • The Rebel Ground Crew is an all-new figure.
  • The Rebel Transport is an all-new vehicle/accessory.








    Red Leader: Garven Dreis commands a Rebel fighter squadron during the Battle of Yavin. Capable and respected, Dreis is referred to as "Red Leader" by those under his command.
  • Red Leader is based on the 2006 VTSC Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) figure, but with a new head and a repainted helmet.




    R5-K6: This astromech droid belongs to "Red Leader" Garven Dreis. Many R5-series droids are used on starfighters for onboard navigation, diagnostics and repair,
  • R5-K6 is a repaint of 2006's TSC R5-D4.



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  • Photography by Dan Curto

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