Posted by Mark on February 17, 2005 at 05:07 AM CST
The evolution of the Battle Droid reaches its peak with these deadly and well armed droid guards; their electrostaffs proving troublesome enough for any well trained Jedi Knight. This action figure, #8 in the Revenge of the Sith collection, features nine points of articulation, removable cloak, battle activation (by squeezing its legs together), and electrostaff. Surprisingly, the figure offers a healthy balance between posability, detail, and action feature to make it an instant favorite for any Star Wars fan. As part of the first assortment of Collection 1 Basic Figures, shoppers can definitely look forward to picking this one up on April 2nd.


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