Posted by Curto on July 22, 2004 at 10:42 PM CST
Want more Original Trilogy Collection repacks, repaints, and kit-bashed figures? Well, sorry, more are coming this fall...

The Naboo Final Combat set looks to be the best of the bunch, including some updated takes on the characters from The Phantom Menace. The
POTJ Gungan Warrior and Episode I Naboo Royal Guard are back, along with a repainted POTJ Battle Droid and a new version of Captain Tarpals and his Kaadu. Look for this to hit Toys "R" Us stores this fall.

Another pair of Toys "R" Us exclusives will be the third and fourth Jedi High Council sets, which fans will need to complete the scene.

Scene 3 is from The Phantom Menace, and includes modified versions of Episode I Adi Gallia, POTJ Anakin Skywalker, and Saga Saesee Tiin.

Scene 4 is from Attack of the Clones and includes Stass Allie (a repaint of the above-mentioned version of Episode I Adi Gallia, Agen Kolar (which appears to be just the POTJ Eeth Koth figure(?), and a modified Saga Shaak Ti.

Finally, as reported the other day, the second (of three it seems) Mos Eisley Cantina screen scenes will include the Saga Ponda Baba, and curiously, the POTF2 Ben Kenobi figure is shown, and the figure that is causing a stir among the collecting community, a blue-suited version of Snaggletooth, which looks to be a combination of the POTJ Zutton figure with Ponda Baba's limbs (including the detachable arm?)

Quite a strange assortment, which is sure to come up during tomorrow's Q&A session with Hasbro. Stay tuned for that... Click here for more images of these sets.
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