ULTIMATE BOUNTY

Source: (Star Wars Saga)

Year: 2003
(Toys R Us Exclusive)

Assortment: Multipacks

Retail: $19.99

Weapons and Accessories: 

  • 4 Plastic Stands


  • Boba Fett:
  • Sawed-Off Blaster Rifle
  • Holster with Blaster
  • Detachable Rocket Pack
  • 3" Firing Projectile
  • Soft Goods Cape
  • Adjustable Range Finder
  • Bossk:

  • Blaster Pistol
  • Blaster Rifle
  • IG-88:

  • Pulse Cannon
  • Removable Bandolier
  • Aurra Sing:

  • Blaster Pistol
  • Projectile Rifle
  • Swoop Bike
  • Comments: Bounty hunters enjoy a thriving business in the galaxy. Under the restrictive rule of the Empire, citizens are often named "enemies of the state" and rewards are posted for their capture. Many bounty hunters are criminals themselves and act in dangerous and violent ways with the sanction of Imperial law. They hunt the innocent and guilty alike, caring only for their reward and not at all concerned with justice. Only a few work with the legitimate intention of capturing actual fugitives. As a whole, the profession is distinguished by outstanding slime.


    Boba Fett: Based on the POTJ version of the character.
    Mysterious bounty hunter woth enigmatic origins: considered the best in the business throughout the galaxy.


    Bossk: Based on the POTF2 version of the character.
    Tough, resilient Trandoshan who went from tracking down runaway slaves to claiming bounties posted by the Empire.

    Variation: This figure has been released without the shoulder emblems that he was on the original figure.


    IG-88: Based on the POTJ version of the character.
    Hideous assassin droid; one of a set of five identical robots that massacred their constructors upon activation.


    Aurra Sing: Based on the POTJ version of the character.
    Ruthless bounty hunter and assassin; she hates all Jedi and has successfully hunted them down.


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