JEDI MASTERS
(Order 66)

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2006

Assortment: Battle Packs

Retail: $9.99

Assortment Number: 87150/85768

UPC Number: 6 53569 17455 4

Weapons and Accessories:

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  • Comments: The greatest Star Wars battles are at your fingertips! The Unleashed Battle Packs Collection captures the raw emotions of each hero, villain, soldier, and commander in the heat of battle, with exacting detail. Collect all of these awesome miniature scaled sculptures to recreate the excitement of each epic battle, May the Force be with you!

    After the revelation by Anakin Skywalker that Chancellor Palpatine is in fact the Dark Lord of the Sith, Mace Windu leads an elite team that includes Kit Fisto and Saesee Tiin to see that no more damage is done to the Republic. Waiting outside the Senatorial offices of the Chancellor is one of the crimson-clad Senate Guards - a fearsome and deadly fighhter in his own right, even by the standards of the Jedi. As the three Jedi await the arrival of Agen Kolar, they and Palpatine's guard eye each other, each sensing it is only a matter of time before the growing tension between them explodes into violence.





    Points of Interest:
  • Where's Agen Kolar?
  • This set was re-released in 2007 with all-new packaging, but no change to the figures.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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