Posted by Chris on July 11, 2012 at 09:47 PM CST
Collectors and fans of Star Wars: The Old Republic can be on the look out for the brand new Shae Vizla Mini Bust which is now shipping to customers.

From Gentle Giant Ltd:

Shae Vizla was a female Mandalorian bounty hunter commonly employed by the Sith Empire for large risky undertakings. Vizla makes her first appearance in the hugely successful Star Wars: The Old Republic video game trailer. Shae Vizla’s armor was of a design similar to that of the Mandalorians. She utilized a jetpack, and her gauntlets contained holographic displays as well as flamethrowers and explosive rocket launchers. In addition, she also carried blasters.










This item is currently available to order directly from the Gentle Giant Ltd. website for $65.00 or $58.50 if you are a Premier Guild Member.
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