IMPERIAL FORCES

Source: (Star Wars Saga)

Year: 2003
(Toys R Us Exclusive)

Assortment: Multipacks

Retail: $19.99

Weapons and Accessories: 

  • 4 Plastic Stands


  • Darth Vader:
  • Lightsaber
    Stormtrooper:
  • Blaster Pistol
    AT-ST Driver:
  • Blaster Pistol
    R4-I9:
  • None

  • Comments: The powerful and ruthless Empire seeks to crush the Rebellion that is gathering strength in the galaxy. Imperial forces attack the heroic rebels with their military forces and through other, more subtle, means. They all contribute, in ways large and small, to the Empire's evil oppression of a galaxy that longs for freedom and lasting peace.


    Darth Vader: Based on the POTJ version of the character.
    A military commander with a terrifying ability to manipulate the dark side of the Force.


    Stormtrooper: Kit-bashed figure made from the POTJ Sandtrooper (upper body) and the POTF2 Commtech Stormtrooper (legs).
    The first-strike units sent into critical combat situations to support the Imperial forces.


    AT-ST Driver: Kit-bashed figure made from the POTJ Imperial Officer (body) and the POTJ Rebel Trooper (head).
    Skilled at piloting the scout walkers into battle.


    R4-I9: Based on the POTJ R4-M9, with a few changes.
    A computer maintenace and repair droid that services the Death Star.


    Droids & Accessories: Based on various previous versions.
    Imperial Interrogator Droids relentlessly search the galaxy for evidence of Rebel presence.


    Variations:
    This set has been found packaged with the larger POTF2 Imperial blasters rather than the smaller POTJ blasters. It is not yet known just how many of each version exist. Here are a few images of the larger weapons.


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