STAR WARS: BATTLEFRONT II
Droid Pack

Source: Expanded Universe:
Star Wars: Battlefront II

Year: 2007
(Previews Exclusive)

Assortment: Multipacks

Retail: $69.99
(Sets are sold together)

Assortment Number: 87478/87561

UPC Number: 6 53569 26483 5



Comments: The battle for the galaxy! Star Wars: Battlefront II gathers together a galaxy of heroes, villains, droids, and vehicles for plenty of intense combat and epic battles. From the Clone Wars to the Galactic Civil Wars, Star Wars: Battlefront II gives you command of the action! The battle heats up with a powerful squadron of droids, each with special combat skills to support their forces with ferocious firepower and technological skill!


AMMUNITION DROID



Roll your mouse over the image above to move the legs!

Ammunition droids move through battlefrields to re-supply combat forces with ammunition, allowing troops to deliver an unrelenting barrage of firepower.
  • The Ammunition Droid is a retool of the figure from 1999's POTF2 Jawa and GONK Droid.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • None

  • ASSASSIN BATTLE DROID


    Its accurate sniper rifle, plus the ability to call for orbital strikes, makes this droid especially effective at dispatching targets from long range. Assassin droids are specifically programmed and designed with advanced targeting capabilities that allow them to take down targets at extreme range.
  • The Assassin Battle Droid is a repaint of the figure from the Deluxe C-3PO (Droid Factory Assembly Line) set.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Sniper Rifle
  • Backpack
  • Display Stand

  • ASSAULT BATTLE DROID


    Under the control of the Separatists, Assault droids serve as a cheap yet effective solution to the fast-moving threat of Republic vehicles. Essentially mobile rocket launchers, these droids allow the Separatists to handle tough situations. They can be deployed anywhere, and their strength is in their great numbers and eerily automated discipline.
  • The Assault Battle Droid is a repaint of the figure from the Deluxe C-3PO (Droid Factory Assembly Line) set.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • BAW E-60R Missile Launcher
  • Backpack
  • Display Stand

  • ENGINEER BATTLE DROID


    Legions of these combat droids make up the bulk of the infantry units. They carry blaster rifles and are programmed for one purpose only: combat.
  • The Engineer Battle Droid is a repaint of the figure from the Deluxe C-3PO (Droid Factory Assembly Line) set.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Droid Blaster
  • Backpack
  • Display Stand

  • DESTROYER DROID

    Also called droidekas, destroyer droids have powerful repeating blasters and can convert into menacing wheels to speed into conflict.
  • The Destroyer Droid is a repaint of 2002's SAGA Destroyer Droid 02-48. This time around, the legs have been attached backwards for some reason.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • 2 Missiles

  • MAGNAGUARD DROID




    Roll your mouse over the image above to watch teh Magnaguard Droid in action!

    These enhanced droid bodyguards are often deployed to protect important figures in the Separatist army. They wield energy-emitting electrostaffs or ranged weapons with equal efficiency.
  • This Magnaguard Droid is a repaint of 2005's ROTS Grievous's Bodyguard III-08, but without the cape and electrostaff.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Droid Blaster
  • Display Stand

  • SUPER BATTLE DROID


    Super battle droids are the next generation of battle droids, stronger than their predecessors and capable of more independent action in battle.
  • Super Battle Droid is a repaint of 2005's ROTS Super Battle Droid III-04, but without the extra army cannon.

  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Removable Right Arm
  • Display Stand



  • Points of Interest:
  • This Droid Pack is part of the Star Wars: Battlefront II Previews exclusive set, along with the Clone Pack.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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