JABBA'S PALACE
(Battle Pack)

Source: The Clone Wars
Year: 2009
Assortment: Battle Packs
Retail: $23.99
Assortment Number: 87782/87752
UPC Number: 6 56569 33063 9
Weapons and Accessories:

  • Hooka Pipe
  • Bowl
  • Throne Railing
  • Comments: Obi-Wan goes to Jabba's palace to finalize an important alliance for the Republic in return for rescuing the Hutt's kidnapped son. Kenobi believes the negotiations have been successful, but Count Dooku secretly arrives later and convinces Jabba that the Jedi are not rescuing Rotta but, instead, have kidnapped and killed the boy. Betrayal and lies fly thick and fast as the courteous protocol droid TC-70 translates Jabba's comments for the visitors.

    Jabba the Hutt: The Hutt relishes this moment: the high-and-mighty Jedi have come to him for his permission to let Republic forces pass safely through systems he controls.




    TC-70: The Hutt speaks in his native language of Huttese, so the calm and professional protocol droid TC-70 trtanslates for her master.





    Roll over the photo above to open jabba's mouth!

    Points of Interest:
  • Jabba the Hutt is an all-new figure, with the accessories from 2004's SAGA Ultra Jabba the Hutt.
  • TC-70 is a repaint of 2008's TCW C-3PO.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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