AURRA SING

Source: (The Phantom Menace)

Year: 2005

Assortment: Unleashed

Retail: $14.99

Assortment Number: 85339/85002

UPC Number: 7693085339

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  • Bonus Star Wars Miniature
  • Comments: Vengeful, tormented and lethal, Aurra Sing prowls the galaxy in search of bounty. Her life began in neglect and squalor in the slums of Nar Shadda. Escape came when the Jedi Master known as the Dark Woman saw that the Force was strong in Aurra, and brought her to the Jedi Temple. But fate had other plans. Aurra's training abruptly ended when star pirates kidnapped her during off-world Jedi training. She adapted to the life of a criminal and joined the crew. But they in turn sold her to a Hutt crime lord, who apprenticed her to the vampiric Anzati, to train her as an assassin. She emerged a cunning, remorseless hunter bent on revenge against all who had abandoned her. Because of a lie told by the pirates, Aurra believes the Dark Woman gave her to the crew of cutthroats, and so her deepest desire is to destroy every Jedi who crosses her path.

    Points of Interest:
  • Aurra Sing originally appeared in The Phantom Menace, but her backstory and history were expanded in the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars series.

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