JEDI VS. SITH

Source: Revenge of the Sith

Year: 2006

Assortment: Cinema Scenes

Retail: $24.99

Assortment Number: 87511/87508

UPC Number: 6 53569 21017 7

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Anakin Skywalker
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Mace Windu
  • Kit Fisto
  • Yoda
  • Emperor Palpatine
  • Count Dooku
  • General Grievous
  • Clone Trooper
  • Shocktrooper
  • Display Arena
  • Comments: The evil Sith Lord, Palpatine, launches his secret plan to destroy the Jedi. Instantly, clone troopers everywhere turn on their former Jedi leaders. Yoda, Obi-Wan, and the other Jedi battle for their lives, and in the ultimate act of betrayal, Anakin attacks his former allies after being lured to the dark side.










    Points of Interest:
  • Anakin Skywalker is a repaint of the figure from 2005's Anakin Skywalker & Count Dooku set.
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi is a repaint of the figure from 2005's Obi-Wan Kenobi & General Grievous set.
  • Mace Windu is a repack of the figure from 2005's Kit Fisto & Mace Windu set.
  • Kit Fisto is a repack of the figure from 2005's Kit Fisto & Mace Windu set.
  • Yoda is a repack of the figure from 2005's Emperor Palpatine & Yoda set.
  • Emperor Palpatine is a repaint of the figure from 2005's Emperor Palpatine & Yoda set. This time around, he has a new cloak deco.
  • Count Dooku is a repack of the figure from 2005's Anakin Skywalker & Count Dooku set.
  • General Grievous is a repack of the figure from 2005's Obi-Wan Kenobi & General Grievous set.
  • Clone Trooper is a repaint of the figure from 2005's Chewbacca & Clone Trooper set. This time around, he's a member of Mace Windu's Attack Battalion, with "battle damage."
  • Shocktrooper is a repaint of the figure from 2005's Emperor Palpatine & Shock Trooper set. This time around, he has "battle damage."
  • Photography by Jay Shepard

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