CHEWBACCA (In Bounty Hunter Disguise)

Source:
(Shadows of the Empire)

Year: 1996

Assortment No.: 69605/69562

Retail: $4.79

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Vibro Axe
  • Heavy Blaster Rifle

    Variations: Click here for details on the European card variations.

  • Height: 2.3 Meters
  • Status: Rebel Co-Pilot, Starship Mechanic
  • Classification: Wookiee
  • Affiliation: Rebel Alliance
  • Weapon of Choice: Vibro Axe, Blaster Rifle
  • Comments: The fall of the base on Hoth signaled dangerous times for the Rebellion. In an attempt to gain information about recent assassination attempts on Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia Organa and Chewbacca followed a lead to the Imperial Base in Coruscant. There they hoped to confront Prince Xizor, Underlord of the Black Sun, who was rumored to have information regarding these attempts. Imperial City was not a safe place for wanted Rebel Alliance figures such as Chewbacca and Leia, so to avoid arrest the two disguised themselves as intergalactically known bounty hunters. Chewbacca dyed large patches of black in his hair and adopted the weaponry of Snoova, a well-known Wookiee bounty hunter. To further authenticate the disguise, he reluctantly shaved the fur on his head to a short crew cut.

    While on Coruscant, Chewbacca discovered that the charismatic Xizor was responsible for the attempts on Skywalker's life. After a narrow escape from the labyrinth of Black Sun's hideout, Chewie was able to contact Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian and inform them that Leia was being held prisoner on Coruscant by Xizor. The band knew then that they had only one option: go to Coruscant and rescue Leia.


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