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The Queen of Alderaan Breha Organa can be seen at the end of 'Revenge Of The Sith' for only a few second, but remains a very important person in the Star Wars universe. At the beginning of the rise of the Empire era together with her husband, Bail Organa, she adopted Leia Skywalker, the newborn daughter of fallen Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and senator Padmé Amidala. The girl as a Princess Leia Organa soon became a central character in galactic history.
The figure has only a very basic articulation, 8 joints in total: head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist. Breha is not a agile warrior, but as far as I know we have XXI century now, so Hasbro should have done it better. Especially the lack of movable legs is sad - the Queen is simply not able to sit. The hard parts of the dress are also problematic from time to time. Anyway, with a small effort Breha can stand securely without any help of a stand.
The figure looks great! The royal dress is really impressing, with many details and excellent decorations. This is definitely the main, eye-catching advantage of the toy. What a shame that the dress is made of hard plastic! Only a veil is soft. The paint application and the sculpt seems to be almost perfect. Unfortunately, Hasbro didn't included any additional accessories to this toy. Because of a wide grip of Breha's hands you also can't use external objects from other figures, therefore you must confine yourself to body posing.
If you are fan of calm, peaceful action figures (or you already have Bail Organa figure which needs a good company), try this Breha Organa toy. It is a interesting, very decent action figure without any extravagant elements.
Now here is one very regal looking lady. Breha was the queen and minister of education on the peaceful planet of Alderaan. You might recall this planet being nuked by Darth Vader in 'A New Hope' She was the adoptive mother to a certain Princess Leia, as she had problems producing naturally. A caring and thoughtful woman, her life was ended suddenly and tragically. You can see her in the film 'Revenge Of The Sith.'
She joins a small selection of women who have been turned into action figures by Hasbro. We have a zillion versions of Princess Leia, Mon Mothma and Padme and now we have Breha. I am glad that she made it as an action figure, as she offers something a bit different for the collector. Many figures are pilots or aliens and this is a figure to be displayed quietly in the background, a figure which people will ask 'who is that one?' It is very easy to gloss over her and this rarity makes her even more appealing.
Her costume has been fashioned very well, capturing the velvet dress very well. Intricate patterns interweave down the robes and there is an excellent level of articulation on the dress. The shoulders have been textured well and the whole mould of the robes is most pleasing.
Breha's petite face has been caught well, with feminine lips and eyes and a soft skin tone which echoes the film. Her hair and head attire is intact too and a close colour match. To add value, she comes with a droid part, so that you can collect all the bits and build a droid. She is not that rare, so a boxed figure could cost about six pounds and a loose figure about two to three pounds. Worth getting.