REPUBLIC GUNSHIP
(Clone Wars Deco)

Source:
(Clone Wars)

Year: 2006
(Toys "R" Us Exclusive)

Assortment: Vehicles

Retail: $44.99

Assortment Number: 87118

UPC Number: 6 53569 15716 8

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Deployable Troop Platform
  • Swiveling Tail Gun
  • 2 Chin Gun Missiles
  • 2 Firing Laser Cannons
  • 2 Grappling Hooks
  • 2 Rotating Turrets
  • 2 Storage Bays
  • 8 Wing Bombs
  • 4 Wing Bombs
  • Combat Handle
  • Vehicle Transport Bay
  • Opening Canopy

  • Comments: Who can forget the explosive scne in the Clone Wars animated series when a customized Republic Gunship swoops into action on a desperate rescue mission. Armed with an impressive arsenal of weapons and painted to resemble a snarling beast, the gunship swoops over a vast army of battle droids to confront the deadly General Grievous himself head-on. Heavy laser cannons blaze in rapid fire, driving Grievous off and clearing a path for the ARC troopers to gather the wounded Jedi. Although the troopers are unable to elimate the swift-moving Grievous, they successfully escape with the remaining Jedi Knights and simultaneously set off a series of explosive charges that rock the droid army.






    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the Republic Gunship is based on its appearance in Chapter 21 of the Clone Wars animated micro-series that aired on Cartoon Network.
  • This is the fourth time the Republic Gunship has been repainted and released. Previous versions include:
  • All action figures and accessories shown in the above photos are sold separately. They are shown for display and interactive purposes only.
  • Despite the UGH logo sticker on the box front, this vehicle has nothing to do with the promotion.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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