July 20, 2016 | By FLYGUY

Entertainment Earths Star Wars Mystery 3.75 Figure Set Revealed. Pics And Info

Entertainment Earths mystery Star Wars pack is at last revealed as they hinted as a droid pack, so astromech lovers are in hog heaven right now. six figures from Star Wars, Return of the Jedi, and The Clone Wars. These figures come packaged in R2-D2 shaped box and each
figure includes rolling wheels on their feet, plus jointed domes, ankles, shoulders, and maybe even a few other surprises. Hellishly hard to read through EE's hyperbole but tried to simplify their description down.

  1. Everything's gonna be alright with RC-C2 and a moon pie. We expect you may find both in the home of Black Sun crime lord Ziro the Hutt. This dapper dispenser of potent portable potables is decorated with Black Sun tattoos in gray, blue, and red. There are no other robots quite like him in the galaxy, plus he includes everything you need to help aliens get their drink on at a snazzy underground party. You'll find him in The Clone Wars movie, but the toy can only be found here.
  2. R2-A5. If he looks familiar, he should. You first saw him in 1977! This white and green robot was seen rolling around Mos Eisley near Luke's landspeeder when the Imperial Sandtroopers and Stormtroopers came to ask about various droids they were looking for. You know how that story ends, but did you also know that this figure represents a droid design that was removed from the movie during the Special Edition edits of 1997? It's true! 
  3. Droids like Jabba’s Bartender were never given a name in the movies, yet Earth-based beverages might come to mind when you recall the ‘bot – that’s because he sports a drink dispenser, 7 glasses, and tray harness, ready to serve suds!
  4. R7-F5 can be recognized from The Clone Wars, where he briefly appeared in the episode “Shadow of Malevolence” while serving the Shadow Squadron.
  5. KT-QT is Aayla Secura’s pink droid from The Clone Wars, and she comes equipped with a special magnet (*magnet not included) which she wore when she was sent into enemy territory to recover a secret encryption module for the Republic.
  6. The dark maroon (with gray and white highlights) R7-D4 from The Clone Wars makes a movie action figure line debut!

Buy This Star Wars EE Star Wars Astromech Pack

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