Ugh, an upscaled U-Wing would really sting me, I bought two already (granted I'm going to modify one). Fantastic news, I did like the design of the trooper. I'm glad they're pushing Rogue One heavily in the line, it definitely has more that collectors are interested in. I'm noticing there's not much interest in TFA backgrounders.Will be my RO shelf centerpiece until something larger turns up ( properly scales U-Wing B) ). will be a nice background to all RO figures released in that line.
It's not a hover tank. It has treads.
How do you know those figures won't be released?I get why they went with this guy, repack/repaint city. But I would have preferred Krennic, Saw or Two Tubes, Hux, Thrawn, Gold Droid from Maz's Castle.
The funny part is that people will probably not be able to find this guy anyways.
The tank may actually seat three. Hasbro is seeing $$$$ on that one.I'll be looking for at least three of this figure. 1 for the cardback and 2 for the tank. Hpefully Hasbro will get this out in high numbers, 2 per case as the only "New" figure they have confirmed so far.
it IS coming with the Hovertank. That’s the only reason it’s getting released.I really have no interest in this figure to be honest, unless it comes with the Hovertank. I already have the 6” and 5POA versions. 5POA is all you really need for a trooper who does nothing but sit in a cockpit.
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I thought Hasbro said it was NOT coming with the hover tank, only single carded, or are they doing both. TBH, I'd prefer them to have one with the tank, the commander, and then single carded drivers.it IS coming with the Hovertank. That’s the only reason it’s getting released.
I don't think I can ever learn to understand this line of thinking. Why does the toy only exist to recreate its movie scenes? By this thought process, practically no characters should have articulation apart from the mains.Is it really? When all he does is sit there?
I would say just do away with the 6" line. It's fragmenting the market and we don't get the good releases first.Looking forward to getting this figure when the Hovertank is released. It would be nice if we could find both at the same time, but that may be wishful thinking.
It's irritating that this figure was released in the 6" line a while back - and yet it's still not out yet in the 3.75" line. There should be some kind of rule where the only 6" figures released should be figures that have already been in the 3.75" line.
Agreed! I only want to support/collect the 3.75" line. And, it's aggravating when that line produces figures before (in some cases well before) the 3.75" line. Also, the Hovertank driver made no real sense as a 6" release, since the Hovertank vehicle wasn't being released in the same scale (nor has a Hovertank ever been released in the 6" scale).I would say just do away with the 6" line. It's fragmenting the market and we don't get the good releases first.