EVACUATION AT ECHO BASE
(Battle of Hoth Battle Scene)

Source:
(The Empire Strikes back)

Year: 2006

Assortment: Deluxe Battle Packs

Retail: $21.99

Assortment Number: 85947/85769

UPC Number: 6 53569 13104 5

Accessories:

  • Power Cell
  • Snow Bases
  • Rebel Trooper
  • Rebel Trooper w/ Cannon
  • Rotating Anti-Vehicle Laser Cannon
  • Rotating Anti-Infantry Laser Battery

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    The Rebel Alliance is facing one of its darkest hours. With Imperial AT-AT walkers and several legions of snowtroopers moving to attack the Rebelís Echo Base on the ice planet Hoth, a group of Rebel Troopers dig into snow trenches and prepare their laser cannons and blasters for battle.



    Using anti-infantry laser batteries, the Rebels create a rapid spray assault aimed at disabling enemy ground troops. All anti-vehicle laser cannons focus on weakening the mammoth AT-AT walker legs. The Rebels put up a good fight, but the AT-AT armor is extremely thick and virtually impenetrable by laser fire. Ultimately, the Rebels are overmatched by the Imperials, but are successful in allowing several transports carrying crew and supplies to escape.


    Points of Interest:
  • The Rotating Anti-Infantry Laser Battery clicks and pushes forward when it is turned.
  • The Snow Bases actually can be displayed in 3 different layouts.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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