JEDI TEMPLE ASSAULT
Battle Pack

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2005
(K-Mart Exclusive)

Assortment: Battle Packs

Retail: $24.99

Assortment Number: 85838/85837

UPC Number: 5356908971

Weapons and Accessories:
Darth Vader:

  • Right Hand w/ Lightsaber
  • Clone Pilot:

  • DC-15 Clone Blaster
  • Clone Troopers:

  • DC-15 Clone Blaster
  • DC-15 Clone Rifle
  • Comments: The Star Wars battle rages on! The Jedi and light side of the Force face their darkest hour when the Sith invade the Jedi Temple in this awesome battlepack!

    Darth Vader: Darth Vader was once Anakin Skywalker, a Jedi Knight whose heroic feats made him a hero throughout the Republic. Darth Sidious, however, lured Anakin to the dark side of the Force with promises of power. He is ordered by the Emperor to lead an attack squad into the Jedi Temple.

    Clone Pilot: Clone trooper pilots are specially trained for the skills needed to fly attack and troop ships. They once served as part of the Grand Army of the Republic but now serve the Emperor and are ready to shoot down any escaping Jedi.

    Clone Troopers: Clone troopers were genetically engineered soldiers that served as the Grand Army of the Republic until the secret execution of Order 66. They now serve Darth Vader and the Emperor and are ordered to hunt down and destroy all of the Jedi.


    Points of Interest:
  • The Jedi Temple Assault contains members of the 501st Legion from Revenge of the Sith, in honor of the real-life fan group of costumers.
  • Darth Vader is a straight repack of the ROTS Anakin Skywalker III-02. This time around, he only comes with one lightsaber hand.
  • The Clone Pilot is a straight repack of the ROTS Clone Pilot III-34. This time around, he only comes with the blaster.
  • 3 Clone Troopers is a repaint of the ROTS Clone Trooper III-06. This time around, the left shoulder pad is not removable.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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