DEFENSE OF HOTH
(Multipack)

Source: The Empire Strikes Back

Year: 2010 (Target Exclusive)

Assortment: Exclusive Multipacks

Retail: $39.99

Assortment Number: 97834/97632

UPC Number: 6 53569 55025 2

Weapons and Accessories:
• Anti-Vehicle Cannon
• Laser Tower
• Medium Repeating Blaster
• 2 Missiles
• 2 Blasters
• 2 Blaster Rifles
• 2 Unique Hoth Headgear
 
Comments: The Rebels defend their base on Hoth with every available weapon in theier arsenal. They know they bcan't defeat the Imperial forces attacking them, but they need to delay them long enough to evacuate the base. Rebel troopers blast the enemy from laser towers that ring the base, and fire anti-vehicle cannons and medium repeating blasters at the snowtroopers and AT-ST walkers.


Points of Interest:
Anti-Vehicle Cannon is an all-new accessory.
Laser Tower is a repaint of the accessory included in 2007's TAC The Battle of Hoth Ultimate Battle Pack.
K-3PO is a repaint of the Build-A-Droid U-3PO from wave 6 of 2009's LC line.
• The bearded Hoth Rebel Trooper is a repaint of 2009's TLC Hoth Rebel Trooper. This exact figure was also included in 2010's Special Action Figure Set.
• The clean-shaven Hoth Rebel Trooper is a kit-bashed figure based on 2009's TLC Hoth Rebel Trooper with a new head. This was originally planned to be a running change in the line, but was delayed. The wraparound headgear with scarf is all-new.
• This is the second of two Hoth-themed sets, the second being the Attack of Hoth.

• Photography by Dan Curto

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