WUHER With Cantina Bar Section

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 2002
(Wal-Mart Exclusive)

Assortment: Cantina Bar Sets

Retail: N/A

Assortment Number: 32563/32539

UPC Number: 7693032563

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Cantina Bar Section
  • Bar Glasses
  • Comments: On the planet Tatooine, the Mos Eisley Cantina, also known as Chalmun's Cantina, is the hot spot for entertainment and intrigue. Many species intermingle there, spying and conducting shady business. Bounty hunters frequent the seedy joint, hoping to catch their prey in an unguarded moment. Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker went to the cantina to find transportation off the planet, which led to their first meeting with Han Solo.

    A bartender at the Mos Eisley cantina, Wuher was a whiz with chemicals, drinks and elixirs from an early age. After graduation from a bartending correspondence school, he worked for Chalmun the Wookiee. He met up with a processing droid capable of making new exotic drinks from unusual raw materials, and designed a drink especially for Jabba the Hutt. The violence and villainy in the cantina do not bother this bulky, surly bartender.

    Points of Interest:
  • Wuher is based on the POTF2 Commtech figure, with a new right arm.
  • The bar section (1 of 3) can attach to other sections in the series, and uses the same sculpt, although the paint appliaction is unique.
  • This set was part of the second series of Cantina Sets, but was cancelled due to the low sales of the first series.

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