YAVIN PILOT PACK Yavin Pilot Pack - Movie Heroes by Hasbro Movie Heroes
Sold in North America exclusively through Toys "R" Us, the Yavin Pilot Pack multi pack featured five five figures and all the accessories you would expect. With the exception of the Jek Porkins action figure which uses many uniquely sculpted pieces and the head sculpts for the Tiree and Davish Krail, this set features repaints of previously released figures. Despite this, the figures included do help fill out any collector's Battle of Yavin dioramas.
R5-D8 - JEK PORKINS' DROID
TIREE - GOLD TWO
  
JEK PORKINS - RED SIX
  
DAVISH KRAIL - GOLD FIVE
  
MAULER MITHEL - BLACK TWO
  
 
   
 
North American Tri-Logo Product Packaging
 
Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Collection: Movie Heroes
Source: A New Hope
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $39.99
Item Number: A0792/A0790
What's In The Box?
  • R5-D8 (Jek Porkins' Droid) Action Figure
  • Tiree (Gold Two) Action Figure
  • Jek Porkins (Red Six) Figure
  • Davish Krail (Gold Five) Action Figure
  • Mauler Mithel (Black Two) Action Figure
  • Tiree's Helmet
  • Jek Porkins' Helmet
  • Davish Krail's Helmet
  • 3x BlasTech DL-44 Blasters
  • Mauler Mithel's Helmet and Life Support Chest Piece
  • Mauler Mithel's Belt and Holster
  • 1x Blaster
About This Set
  • The Jek Porkins figure repurposes the arms and lower legs originaly used on the 2006 Saga Collection Vintage Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) action figure.
  • The Tiree figure features a new head sculpt on the body originally used on the 2006 Saga Collection Vintage Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) action figure.
  • The Davish Krail figure features a new head sculpt on the body originally used on the 2006 Saga Collection Vintage Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) action figure.
  • The R5-D8 figure is a repaint of the Build-A-figure body originally used for the 2008 Legacy Collection R5-A2 figure.
  • The Mauler Mithel figure is a repaint of the figure originally released as the pilot of the 2009 Toys "R" Us exclusive Legacy Collection TIE Interceptor.

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