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Hasbro Star Wars Adi Gallia

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      21.10.2010 13:47
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      The name might not ring any bells but if you re-watch the very first Star Wars film, 'The Phantom Menace,' then you might recognise this character. Adi Gallia holds a prestigious title of being a female Jedi warrior and there are not many of those in the Star Wars galaxy. It was disappointing that her role was not expanded more in the films as she could have been very interesting to develop. Nonetheless, she was deemed important enough to be turned into an action figure by Hasbro.

      Following on from where Kenner left off, Hasbro have made a delightful and faithful adaption of Adi. A figure which measure somewhere around four to five inches in height and has been made from plastic. The head can moved and you can also get some arm movement. The legs are a little restricted by the costume, but this is not a major issue. Facially accurate, though I feel her skin tone should have been a touch darker. Her delicate feminine features are executed well with a slimline jaw and defined cheekbones.

      The outfit that Adi wears is very Jedi esque. Minimal and basic robes with a scruffy look about them suggest she has been in the wars and seen many battles. I do like the rugged look of her cloak, shrouding her in mystery like one of the wise men. Underneath this, her beige tunic reminds me of the cloths that Luke wore in Cloud City. Coupled with a smart pair of brassy coloured boots, she is a true Jedi figure.

      The toy comes with a lightsabre, flimsy yet accurately coloured and also a Star Wars figure frame which adds to the value of the package. She will cost about three pounds boxed online and is a pleasing addition to the Jedi universe.

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