Wait, does this mean Finn's name is based off his storm trooper designation, sort of like a droid's name?
+1but I'll still pick it up for the build a weapon and from the looks of it the removable helmet.
BHe was excellent in the movie. ut it's a detention area, prisoner transfer cell-block 1138; i wasn't notified, i'll have you cleared:grin:I'm sure everybody's so in the know that it doesn't bear mentioning but... "Let's see what cell this princess of yours is in. Here it is... cell 2187! You go and get her. I'll hold them here."
Watch again. When they walk in, yes they refer to the prisoner transfer (Chewie) from cell block 1138. After they shoot up the place, Han says the "now we have to find out which cell this princess of yours is in." Pulls a dead body off the console. "Here it is, 2187. You go and get her. I'll hold them here."BHe was excellent in the movie. ut it's a detention area, prisoner transfer cell-block 1138; i wasn't notified, i'll have you cleared:grin:
Finn FN-2187 in Stormtrooper Disguise. < have to have it. He was excellent in the movie. And the blood stains on his helmet are the clincher. Good figure this one, could end-up a classic and hard to come buy, unlike the way the pegs were flooded with his armor-up version first time around.
Finn in his regular stormtrooper uniform considered a "disguise" now?
When exactly is an infiltration "disguise" considered a "disguise?
luke and Han sure probably in Star Wars and Padme in her wacky outfits
But Finn's trooper uniform isnt a "disguise"
I'll post a pic when I'm home. I found Finn the other day and he indeed is wider than the standard FO Stormie. They do not share the same body. Its chunkier like Finn is. It's very screen accurate. The helmet is nearly the exact size as the standard helmet, so no more giant helmet syndrome. It's great.Thanks! I'm hoping someone can photo a side-by-side comparison with the First Order Stormtrooper figure. See if this one appears that much bigger.