This is the one I was hoping for, mainly because the pack-in could have been Din/Fett repaints for any of the numerous Mandalorians from several scenes in S1. Either a Death Watch, or the one that looks Pops Covert Mandalorian. And the forge itself could have featured a light up hologram for the flames. Not sure this would fit the $50 price point though just being a forge and a figure, so maybe two figues?And if Mando playsets are really an option, also give us the Mando covert -Armorer's Forge.
What a surprise that a Navarro Cantina play set is on tap for the Vintage Collection. Who’s excited about this one?
Wha? Navarro? Where is a Tatooine Cantina? It's only one of the most iconic settings in the OT.
* NevarroNavarro i believe they can get away with a smaller playset, but the cantina would have to be larger which would be a collect & build series (smaller sets) or Haslab.
Bingo. That is pretty much my line of thinking here too. On the other hand this set isn't based on an iconic location so a more unique pack-in may prompt additional sales. Something similar is playing out with the Merrick X-Wing.while s1 greef or client would be ideal, i predict/expect mando carded death trooper, who also is relevant to the cantina in s1 finale battle. The fig is repack and card art was made for carbobized wave so really min cost for hasbro vs new sculpt and new card/bubble design. Also, hasbro is liking R1 anniversary so a death trooper works for both mando and r1. Plus, follows pattern of last 2 playsets...army builder/generic trooper on new cardback
This is entirely possible. They're going to do what makes the most business sense.I kinda wonder if a mando version was to been #188, but R1 recent rerun held him up and now this is the way mando Death troops see a release.