Star Wars The Force Awakens Micro Machines First Order Star Destroyer Playset

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Star Wars The Force Awakens Micro Machines First Order Star Destroyer Playset

Star Wars The Force Awakens Micro Machines First Order Star Destroyer Playset

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This playset was released in the 1990s as part of the Star Wars Micro Machines toy line. The playset featured a miniature replica of the iconic Millennium Falcon spaceship from the Star Wars franchise, along with various mini figures and accessories. The playset was popular among both Star Wars and Micro Machines fans, and it was highly sought after for its detailed design and accurate representation of the Millennium Falcon. Both product lines are very small scale versions of characters, vehicles, creatures, and more from Star Wars. Micro Machines sets use much smaller figure and vehicles than Action Fleet sets. Confusingly, Galoob first marketed the Action Fleet line as “Micro Machines Action Fleet”. The toy company likely wanted to cash in on the existing popularity of the Star Wars Micro Machines line. Later, the Action Fleet line dropped “Micro Machines” from its name, though. Where to buy Star Wars Action Fleet sets

Classic Duels TIE Interceptor vs Millennium Falcon with TIE Pilot, Imperial Officer, Lando, Endor Trooper Note: Galoob also released a set in 1995 called Droids, featuring 16 assorted droids. Although the set does not bear the Action Fleet name, the posable figures are the same size and style as Action Fleet figures. Star Wars Episode I Action Fleet Line (1998 to 2000) Galactic Battle X-Wing vs Vader’s TIE with Darth Vader, TIE Pilot, Luke Skywalker, R2-D2 ZAAP! Exclusive (Japan) Naboo Hangar/Final Combat featuring Naboo Fighter Upper Hull with Darth Maul, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, R2 unit Galactic Empire AT-ST with AT-ST Pilot, Darth Vader, Scout Trooper, Sandtrooper, Imperial Royal Guard

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Endor Victory Ewok with Drums, Chewbacca, Han, Luke, Leia, Anakin (Force Ghost), Obi-Wan (Force Ghost), Yoda (Force Ghost) The Classic Duels sets bundle together two ships and include an assortment of posable figures as well. Don’t let any preconceived notions based on the Battle of Endor’s ultimate outcome breed any disdain towards this playset — it’s one of many prime examples of Galoob’s penchant for action features. Just like from Return of the Jedi, the push of a button releases the logs to bring down AT-STs and the adjacent trees have logs that actually swing down on strings (and it wasn’t a cheap, weak swing either). What’s also fun about this playset is that — by approaching it on its own merits divorced from Star Wars— it can easily blend in with any standard Micro Machines playset; you can practically call it “Secret Government Conspiracy at Mt. Rolling-Logs-of-Death.” While all these things are well and good, the inclusion of Boba Fett and Yoda — granted, in his corporeal form — figurines raises an eyebrow. But given George Lucas’ tendency to constantly make changes to the original trilogy, we might just see Boba Fett ravage Endor soon enough.

Shadows of the Empire Swoop with Dash Rendar, Jix, Guri, Prince Xizor, LE-B0209, Chewbacca (Skahtul) Galoob launched the Star Wars Action Fleet product line in 1995 following the success and acclaim of the Star Wars Micro Machines product line. The teeny tiny scale Star Wars Micro Machines playsets, which were first released in 1994, blossomed into one of the top-selling Star Wars toy lines of its time. Yavin Rebel Base featuring X-wing with Red 2, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, R2 unit, Rebel Trooper, and Wedge Antilles Exclusives and Other Sets Cantina Smugglers & Spies Advozsec, Arcona, Duros, Labria, Lak Sivrak, Momaw Nadon, Nabrun Leids, Wuher Death Star Escape with Admiral Motti, Darth Vader, General Tagge, Han Solo, Luke, Obi-Wan, Leia, R2-D2Otoh Gunga featuring Opee Sea Killer with Jar Jar Binks, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boss Nass, Gungan Council Member The Flight Controller series features a starfighter with a flight controller style handle on the bottom. User may activate light and sound and also fire the laser cannons on the ship. Galoob launched the original Action Fleet product line from 1995 to 1998. Although the majority of the vehicles take inspiration from the Star Wars Original Trilogy, the line includes a couple Expanded Universe vehicles as well. The E-Wing originates from Star Wars: Dark Empire and Virago is ship of Prince Xizor in Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire. Episode I Line (1998 to 2000) Aliens & Creatures Bantha with Tusken Raider, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Brea Tonnika, Ponda Baba Another Star Wars collection is based on the Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy, which is a series of novels written by Timothy Zahn, which takes place in the Star Wars expanded universe, and it includes several playsets based on locations and vehicles from the novels, such as the Star Destroyer, the Millennium Falcon, and others.

Micro Machines cars and playsets are generally quite small, with most cars measuring between 1 and 2 inches in length. However, this is not a hard and fast rule as some of the Speciality Series featured larger models. 3. Detail Gian Speeder & Theed Palace (Sneak Preview Kit) with Captain Panaka, Naboo Foot Soldier, and Battle Droid (2)The Death Star featuring TIE Advanced with Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Gunner, TIE Pilot, Imperial Royal Guard, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, and Probe Droid with Capsule

Theed Palace with Captain Panaka, Queen Amidala, Battle Droids (2), Nute Gunray in Walking Throne Turbo Racers The Alpha Series showcases both a final film version of a vehicle alongside a toy adaptation of concept art. Some editions of the Alpha Series vehicles include an exclusive Topps Wide vision trading card as well. When selling Micro Machines, it’s important to be honest about the condition of the items you’re selling. This includes providing detailed descriptions of any damage or wear, as well as providing close-up photos of the items. Price your items competitively, taking into account the current market values. Desert Palace featuring Jabba the Hutt with Dais, Ishi Tib, Lando, Leia (Boussh Disguise), Sy Snootles, Weequay Positively identifying a genuine Micro Machine is an easy task and can be done in a couple of steps: 1. Galoob logoHasbro cancelled the Action Fleet line in 2003. What’s the difference between Star Wars Micro Machines and Action Fleet? Another rare playset in the Star Wars playset series, the Episode I Theed Palace Assault Playset. The set was released in 1999 to coincide with the release of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. The playset featured a miniature replica of Theed Palace, which was the main location in the movie where the epic final battle took place. The playset also included various mini figures and accessories based on characters and vehicles from the movie. Turbo Racers are electronic prodracers with sound that you can launch 25 feet across the floor. Hasbro only released two of the podracer models as Turbo Racers. Rebel Troops Echo Base Troopers (2), Rebel Pilots (2), Rebel Troopers (3), Endor Trooper Alpha Series

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