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Hasbro Star Wars Episode 1 Tatooine Accessory Set

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Manufacturer: Hasbro / Age: 4 Years+

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      21.12.2009 16:43
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      good set

      The Star Wars universe is immense and there are so many toys available that it is quite bewildering knowing what to buy and what to leave aside. For those of us who have collected the newer batch of action figures from Hasbro, you might be wanting to expand your galaxy by introducing some accessories to the scene. Having the figures on their own is fine, but if you can create background scenes with extra props, your Star Wars world will look and feel much more authentic.

      To go alongside the figures and vehicles, Hasbro have made a Tatooine accessory set. Tatooine is the planet where Luke Skywalker lives and essentially where all the action began back in 1977.

      This pack comes with a poncho which can be worn by any figure, though is probably designed for Qui-Gon Jinn. It is made from a sturdy material and provides a convincing wrap-around. You might like to dress him up for those cold Tatooine nights or use the poncho to disguise him from lurking stormtroopers.

      A datapad is included, which is for the Watto figure. A nice little add on, so he can complete his chores! There is a pleasing amount of articulation on the device. Next up, we have two satisfying looking blasters, which will blow any enemy out of the water. They have been crafted well with slender designs and a polished feel. The blasters can be used by any figure and supported in the hands or used just resting against the shoulders.

      Also included is a backpack, which can be strapped onto a figure, so they can carry their supplies with them before going into battle. Perhaps most interesting though, is a pull-back droid. He looks quite unique with bright colours and an assortment of aerials. Why not have him travel across the sand dunes with some fellow droids.

      This is a decent little extra and would make a good stocking filler. Expect to pay about five pounds for it as new.

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