501st LEGION
(Ultimate Battles)

Source: Expanded Universe:
The Clone Wars

Year: 2008

Retail: $12.99

Assortment: Battle Packs

Assortment Number: 87906/85768

UPC Number: 6 56569 33999 1

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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!

    The 501st Legion is a much-respected and much-feared -- clone trooper unit. They have received elite training that has enhanced their skills and capabilities for special missions that have taken them to numerous worlds. Their victories are many, and their reputation for exceptional marksmanship and combat tactics is well established throughout the galaxy.




    Points of Interest:
  • 501st Legion Commander is a partial repaint of the Commander Deviss figure from the Aayla Secura's 327th Star Corps set, now with a new head.
  • All 501st Legion Trooper figures are repaints of the figures from Clone Trooper Attack Battalion.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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