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Star Wars Clone Wars Shaak Ti CW31


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  • Star Wars - The Clone Wars - Wave 5 - Galactic Battle Game - CW31 Shaak Ti - 4" Figure - includes Lightsaber! - 21465
  • Star Wars The Clone Wars Wave 5 Shaak Ti.
  • Set includes: Shaak Ti, removable cloak, lightsaber, dice, base & Battle Game Card!
  • Shaak Ti figure approx 4" tall. For ages 4 & up.
  • Each figure has a unique card, collect them all! (each figure sold separately).
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Item Weight64 g
Product Dimensions18 x 17 x 11.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:4 years and up
Item model number21465
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
  
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ASINB003YEDNDA
Best Sellers Rank 220,679 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight454 g
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Date First Available8 Nov 2010
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision

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Star Wars - The Clone Wars - Wave 5 - Galactic Battle Game - CW31 Shaak Ti - 4" Figure - includes Lightsaber! - 21465 Jedi Master Shaak Ti trains clone troopers on Kamino. The Jedi General observes the squads during training exercises, assessing their individual skills and ability to work as a team. With her colourfully patterned lekku, she is a striking figure who moves with agility and precision when demonstrating battle techniques. Star Wars The Clone Wars Wave 5 Shaak Ti. Set includes: Shaak Ti, removable cloak, lightsaber, dice, base & Battle Game Card! Shaak Ti figure approx 4" tall. For ages 4 & up. Each figure has a unique card, collect them all! (each figure sold separately).

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cam Clark (SKULL1138) on 7 Mar 2011
So this is Shaak Ti from Movies and Clone Wars cartoons, and it's actually a very impressive figure, comes with over cloak that can be taken off or on. She holds lightsaber well in left hand and articulations is also good; figure can stand and not fall over etc.

Overall a well designed figure.
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A complicated character on and off the screen 14 May 2013
By Shane - AFR - Published on Amazon.com
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Shaak Ti is by far my favorite character within the realm of Star Wars. Yes, yes, yes, I know what you're thinking "Shaak Ti, really?", but yes, Shaak Ti, and there is a good reason for it. Most fans will tell you that Han Solo or Luke Skywalker is their favorite and some may even say that Ahsoka Tano is a far better character that bears the same likeness, and their opinion is well taken. However, I'm not judging Shaak Ti based on what she presents in her personality or even in her beauty as a female. What I'm basing my opinion on is the creativity used by the person that imagined her. When I look at her I don't see just the beauty she presents, but also the artistic creativity of her as a Science fiction figure, and that is why she is my favorite.

But beyond the creativity she presents or the beauty she offers, she also has a bit of a sordid past within the Star Wars franchise. Originally surviving the battle at Geonosis, Shaak Ti was later killed by General Grievous during the battle to rescue Chancellor Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith. The scene of her death was cut from the film before its release but still can be found within the special features of the DVD and Blu-ray. Given that her death was cut from the final product, her later reincarnation in the hit video game, The Force Unleashed and in the book bearing the same name was a welcome relief to her fan base. And even though she to died in the game, her rebirth in the franchise canon opened a door for more stories involving her between the clone wars and the original trilogy.

So with all that in mind, it is great for me and the rest of Shaak Ti's fans out there to get another plastic form of her in the action figure line. So let's get to it and see how this figure compares to the character we already know.

Figure Mold:
Even though the figure is very small and thin to convey her femininity, the paint and the general mold of the face and head is very well done. Shaak Ti and Ahsoka have very detailed faces and with this mold that detail holds up well. The three lekku that Shaak's species is known for is very well done on this feature as they are a soft plastic and allow for movement while playing or displaying in poses.

The figure's wardrobe is exceptional with the soft material for the Jedi cloak(that is removable) and the clothes she wears underneath. The plastic additions to her outfit for her apron and scarf are very soft to look as if they are real leather. The bits of her outfit that needed to be painted directly on are painted well and the colors seem correct to the character.

Articulation:
Even though the lekkus are a key feature to the head mold and are very long, they do not hamper in they ability to move the head around on its ball-joint. I will note that with the Jedi cloak on the figure the length of the lekku can interfere with the head movement as the cloak restricts the lekku on the back of her head. This can be solved by either removing the cloak, putting the cloak under the lekku, or displaying her with limited head mobility.

Further down the piece you'll see articulation at the shoulder joints with ball-joint movement, ball-hinged elbows, swivel pin articulation at the wrists, swivel movement at the waist, swivel movement at the upper legs, ball-hinged movement at the knees, and zero articulation at the feet given her boots are molded up to her knees.

Accessories:
As this is a Jedi, and Jedi are known for their ability to shed material wants, Shaak Ti comes with a limited number of accessories. First you'll find the large gray display stand that is molded with the Star Wars logo and has two pins that slide into the bottom of the figures feet. The stand also has a slot on the rear that allows for the Galactic Battle game card that is also included with the piece to be displayed behind the figure. Next is the Galactic Battle game die. I don't play the GB game and have no knowledge to share with you on it, I'll just leave that for someone who does. And last but definitely not least is her lightsaber. The hilt is molded really well and is painted in a soft silver paint that makes it look like metal. The blade itself is a soft, almost clear, blue that fits well in her left hand.

Package:
The package in whole follows the mold of the series layout. You'll find the same style when it comes to the figure bubble and the screen images to show the characters onscreen appearance. The colors are bold and the general look of the package is really quite good. On the back you'll see other figures offered in this wave, and more screen images. Also included with this figure, much the same as the others, is a brief description of the characters role within the franchise and more specifically her impact in the Clone Wars.

Final Thoughts:
Even though I prefer her larger twelve inch figure the smaller four inch figures are also quite good. From the package itself all the way down to the paint under her robes, the figure really shows the effort put into this series.

Five Stars
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Amazing 28 Feb 2013
By A. Soalnki - Published on Amazon.com
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Shaak Ti is a very well made figure. Great articulation, costume, detail definitely worth having. . . . . .
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent toy, very fine detail! 15 Feb 2013
By selo - Published on Amazon.com
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Would purchase another ! This has made my daughter very happy and was glad to see that this toy made her day!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Awesome girl jedi 15 Feb 2013
By A. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this jedi because I'm beefing up my kids' Star Wars action figure collection. Shaak Ti looks really unique and detailed. She's a fantastic looking figure. We need more girl SW action figures besides Leia and Queen Amidala.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good job 20 Jan 2013
By Angela - Published on Amazon.com
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Exactly what she wanted. Its great being able to go online and purchase things i can't find in stores. Arrived as expected.
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