(The Empire Strikes Back)

Collection: None

Year: 2006
(Toys "R" Us Exclusive)

Number: None

Assortment: Vehicles

Retail: $44.99

Assortment Number: 32459

UPC Number: 6 53569 13787 0

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Opening Cockpit
  • Astromech Port
  • Retractable Landing Gear
  • S-Foils Move Into Attack Position
  • Removable Moss
  • Dagobah Luke Skywalker Figure
  • Dragonsnake

  • Comments: After the Rebels are forced to evacuate their base on Hoth, Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 escape in Luke's X-wing fighter and set a course for the Dagobah system. After his guidance systems are scrambled by the thick atmosphere, Luke crash lands in a stinking marsh.

    Frustrated and alone, Luke is at first impatient with the strange, tiny hermit he encounters, only to find that this odd little creature is in fact one of the greatest Jedi ever to live. Yoda soon proves that size matters not when one is knowledgeable in the ways of the Force. After Luke's X-wing sinks to the bottom of the bog, Yoda levitates the massive craft out of the depths and places it on dry land. Soon thereafter, Luke must leave Dagobah and fly to Cloud City in his X-wing in order to rescue his friends from the clutches of the Empire.

    Luke Skywalker: Luke has had several harrowing adventures in his X-wing fighter: from battling TIE fighters in the destruction of the first Death Star and even crash landing in a desolate swamp on Dagobah. Indeed, he has become one of the finest star pilots in the galaxy!

    Dragonsnake: A large native in Dagobah's many swamps, this dragonsnake tried to make a quick meal out of R2-D2 before realizing the droid was inedible.

    Points of Interest:
  • X-Wing Fighter is a repaint of the 2002 Luke Skywalker's X-Wing Fighter.
  • Luke Skywalker is a modifed version of the 2004 Luke Skywalker (Dagobah Training) figure.
  • Dragonsnake is an all-new beast.
  • Despite earlier reports, R2-D2 is not included in this set.
  • Photography by Jeremy Beckett

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