Posted by Curto on November 24, 2006 at 03:53 PM CST
There's still plenty of time to cast your vote in the Saga Legends Fan's Choice Showdown. 4 of your favorite figures from the past are currently facing off against each other for inclusion in next year's line.

But if you still are having a hard time deciding, here are a few points to mull over while making up your mind.




Bonus Pit Droids - defeated so far Aunt Beru Lars, Paploo, R2-Q5, and Biker Scout
Pro: A set of Hard-to-find overseas exclusives, these droids that replaced the Commtech chips have long eluded many collectors for years. Should they make the cut, these little guys would be released as a 2-pack of both poses, with a running change to the color scheme, as well as a change to the accessory. This way, all 6 versions would be available to everyone for the first time.
Con: As far as character go, these guys are not terribly exciting. Also, these figures lack multiple points of articulation, which is all the rage these days.




Imperial Officers - defeated so far Clone Trooper, Pote Snitkin, Coleman Trebor, and TC-14
Pro: Since there were 3 different head sculpts last time these were released (1 from POTJ, and 2 from SAGA), all three versions would be brought back as a running change. Plus, these guys are great for customizing.
Con: While they look cool, they aren't really officers. These are more like technicians or flight crew members. And how many of thoise do you really need?




Sandtrooper Sergeant - defeated so far Battle Droids, 2-1B, Sandtrooper Squad Leader, and R4-I9
Pro: A Super Ariculated Classic Trilogy army builder figure, that was included in the second "Troops" Evolutions set, which was hard-to-find for many. This guy can also double as a Stormtrooper simply by removing the gear. For EU fans, this makes a great Sgt. Davin Felth who said the immortal line "Look sir, Droids!"
Con: The torso is not articulated due to the backpack. He's REALLY dirty.




Darktrooper - defeated so far Oola, R3-A2, Clone Trooper, and Coruscant Clone Commander
Pro: Another hard-to-find figure, this time from the Expanded Universe line, this figure is huge! Originally appearing in the Dark Forces video game, recent appearances in the Battlefront games certainly add more to the characters popularity.
Con: This figure's from the POTF2 era, and the sculpting and articulation show it.


Which figures do you want to see brought back for the 30th anniversary of Star Wars? Make your votes heard! Head on over and place your vote today!
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