Save the galaxy with the help of your trusty droids! Entertainment Earth Hasbro Star Wars Exclusive! This case of 10 individually packaged Astromech Droids Action Figure 5-Packs (that's 50 figures total) includes:
5 sets of Set #1: R3-T6, R3-T2, R2-C4, R4-A22, and R2-Q2.
5 sets of Set #2: R3-Y2, R2-M5, R2-A6, R4-E1, and R2-X2.
You've not seen droids like this before! Never previously released as toys, these new figures incorporate some of the finest droid designs out of Hasbro and the engineers of Industrial Automaton. Each character has several points of articulation, with articulated "feet," moving domes, retractable third legs, and all sorts of light-up eyes, clear domes, and other features that bring these rare little guys to life!
From the sands of Tatooine to the cool chrome ships of Naboo, these droids populate the Star Wars
universe and make the saga happen. They calculate hyperspace jumps, maintain important equipment, beep, and provide the services people need to survive the final days of the Galactic Republic and the entire duration of the Galactic Civil War. Now they can help with your needs as a collector!
You've seen these droids before while watching the movies, but where can you find them again in the films? Here's a quick guide.
R2-A6, R2-M5, and R2-C4 can be seen serving the royalty of Naboo during Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. R4-A22 wanders around the Coco district on Coruscant during Attack of the Clones.
Those looking for R4-E1 and R3-T2 need look no further than Mos Eisley Spaceport, right around the Cantina scene, in the original Star Wars, while R3-T6 can be viewed on board the first Death Star. R2-X2 is in the Rebel briefing before the attack on the giant space station, while R2-Q2 can be spotted at the beginning of the film when Leia is captured, as well as in the socket of an X-wing Fighter at the end. Just who does he work for, anyway?
Finally, fans of R3-Y2 know that he's hiding in the Hoth Rebel Base scenes in the Empire Strikes Back, just barely visible as the Rebels realize that the Empire is on to them.
So, there you have it! Each and every one of these droids was designed by Lucasfilm for use on-screen in the Star Wars chronicle. Keep an eye out for them the next time you watch the movies!