Same here, no need for another Obi-wan fighter.Tyrannusspotting said:I like it. The cockpit and Droid socket look "fresh".
However, since I already have the AOTC Delta-2 Jedi Starfighter from 2002 I will most likely wait for Anakin's Yellow Delta 2 Jedi Starfighter.
They should. Clone Wars droids--and Legacy's BADs, for that matter--are a bit shorter than previous astromechs. I wonder if that was a conscious decision to help 'em all integrate better with the vehicles?DarthZylek said:Now we need an animated R4 to go with this ship. I hope that the droid fits a little better in this ship then the Ep3 starfighter.
What in that picture against a white background gives you any concept of scale?Notorious_Boba said:It seems to me from the Jedi Insider picture, this starfighter is smaller that AOTC version.
"Where is Skywalker?"
Good point on the hyperspace ring. I really wanted the TRU exclusive with ring, but couldn't bring myself to buy a ship I already owned for the ring. I think I'll pass on this one even though I like the design change.iceman95 said:This is a great improvement over the last release. Thinking about getting this, or should I just wait for the eventual release of it with the hyperspace ring?.. hmmmm...
I agree. I would prefer to pick up those repaints than another Kenobi starfighter.Cmdr_Gree said:I'm happy with the regular TRU/AOTC version. What I do want tho is this mold in Anakin's classic colors...Plo Koon's, and yes, purple for my man, Mace!
They should, since Hasbro said the vehicles would remain realistic and work for both the normal and the clone wars line. I haven't compared the asro droids in both lines but they should be roughly the same size.AbsoluteZero707 said:Would the non-animated astromechs fit in this ship?
yeah I'm curious about that too. maybe the droid section pops out and R2 has his own little speeder or escape pod. I can't see otherwise how it can be two separate vehicles at oncewuclan said:I'd love to see how it looks when separated into two vehicles!