COMMANDER JORG SACUL
(Rebel Pilot)

Source:
Expanded Universe:
Celebration II

Year: 2002
(Celebration II Exclusive)

Assortment: Exclusive Figures

Retail: $10.00

Jedi Master Points: 10

UPC Number: 0 76930 32528 5

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Removable Helmet
  • Blaster Pistol
  • Micromachine X-Wing Fighter
  • Display Stand
  • Cardback Scene
  • Comments: Among X-Wing pilots, Commander Jorg Sacul is renowned for his inner strength, his ability to remain calm under fire, and his mentoring of younger Squadron members. Once a reckless dreamer, his life changed course after a near fatal crash in his T-16 Skyhopper on his homeworld of Tatooine. He went off to the Academy and emerged as the top pilot in his class and a natural leader. A visionary storyteller, he entertains the pilots in his command with far-flung tales of distant galaxies thousands of years before the Republic. Rumored to be Force sensitive, many say Sacul would have become a great Jedi...if only he had been born in a different time.






    Points of Interest:
  • Commander Jorg Sacul is based on 1998's POTF2 Biggs Darklighter figure. In honor of the 25th anniversary of Star Wars, "Jorg Sacul" honors creator George Lucas as an action figure in an X-Wing Pilot uniform.
  • This figure was available exclusively during the Celebration II convention at the Indianapolis Convention Center on May 3-5, 2002. Quantities were later distributed throughout Europe in various promotions.
  • Variations have been found including grey-beard/white-beard variations and a black or white symbol (see photo above.)
  • Also included with this figure is a cardboard scene depicting the hangar at the Rebel base on Yavin IV.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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