Posted by Adam on August 14, 2013 at 11:00 PM CST
While there's a lot of focus on the recently-shipped Amazon exclusive Slave I, pictures of a future exclusive have been posted on www.starwars-figuren.com.

VolkerC has posted an image of the following six figures that comprise the set, and shown on the cards that were originally due to follow-on from The Vintage Collection.
  • Battle Droid
  • Clone Trooper
  • FA4
  • Sandtrooper
  • Sun Fac
  • TIE Fighter Pilot



Each figures comes packed with a droid part to build TC-70. Currently priced at $59.99, the Legacy Collection Droid Factory 6-Pack is available for pre-order at Amazon.com, with a release date of October 15th.
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