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Star Wars Ecliptic Evader Droid Series Pirate Version Tie Fighter with Hobbie Klivian Action Figure

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  • Hobbie Klivian is one of the most reckless and luckiest pilots in the rebel rogue squadron
  • Includes an exclusive Hobbie Klivian figure and fighter deco
  • Features multiple points of articulation
  • Recommended age range from 14 years and above
  • This variant of the Imperial Tie Fighter has never been available in stores before
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 6 x 8.5 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001B68XMY
  • Item model number: 87951
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,091 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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These TIE Fighters were used by Biggs Dark lighter and his mutineers to escape the Rand Ecliptic. Low on fuel, the group returned to the Ecliptic only to find it had been taken over by a Rebel cell led by Hobbie Klivian. The TIEs were then refitted with hyper drives, Astromech sockets, and ejection seats for a mission to steal X-Wings from Incom. Finally, in a bold statement of defiance, these formerly Imperial fighters were emblazoned with the Rebel Alliance symbol. Bigg’s pilots then ejected from the TIE Fighters - with the Astromech droids piloting the ships on their own - a tactic that drew off Imperial TIE fighters on patrol around the system, allowing Dark lighter and his team the proper distraction to gain entry to the Incom facility.

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A PREVIEWS Exclusive! These TIE Fighters were used by Biggs Darklighter and his mutineers to escape the Rand Ecliptic. Low on fuel, the group returned to the Ecliptic only to find it had been taken over by a Rebel cell led by Hobbie Klivian. The TIEs were then refitted with hyperdrives, astromech sockets, and ejection seats for a mission to steal X-Wings from Incom. Finally, in a bold statement of defiance, these formerly Imperial fighters were emblazoned with the Rebel Alliance symbol! Bigg's pilots then ejected from the TIE Fighters - with the astromech droids piloting the ships on their own - a tactic that drew off Imperial TIE fighters on patrol around the system, allowing Darklighter and his team the proper distraction to gain entry to the Incom facility! Includes an exclusive Hobbie Klivian figure and Fighter Deco!


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Mocan on June 1, 2010
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This is a review for the "Ecliptic Evader" Pirate version of the TIE Fighter.
The idea is that this TIE was stolen by Hobbie Klivian while defecting the Empire's Academy together with Biggs Darklighter, thus disgracing their commanding officer, Soontir Fel.

They were stationed on the "Rand Ecliptic", but once they defected, the rebels painted their insignia on the wings. Hence the name of this version of the TIE: Ecliptic Evader / Pirate TIE.

While the concept is nice for hard core fans, this is a somewhat obscure side-story and the TIE has no actual screen-time, wether in the movies or TV series. This would explain why this exclusive toy actually (june 2010) commands lower prices than the regular ties.

So on to the toy itself:

PROs:
- Big TIE! Until a couple of years ago, we only got the small wing TIE. The wings on this one are more than twice the size of the smaller one star wars OTC Tie fighter vehicle.
- Rebel TIE! This is an interesting story... for the ones who know this
- Rebel pilot (in TIE uniform) included. This is based on the very poseable version used for Biggs Darklighter from the Evolutions set Star Wars 3.75 Inch Scale Clone Wars Evolutions - Imperial Pilots Legacy 3 Pack.
- Great price (as of june 2010 or before, you regularly found it at discounted prices).

CONs:
- Rebel insignia on TIE was never seen on screen and MOST people would possibly not buy this one to add to the regular Imperial space force. This is not a good election for your first TIE.
- BAD paint election.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dsarmando on October 16, 2012
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Altough not really scaled, this large scale wings Tie Fighter looks much better than The Power of the Force version, even the back of the ship was changed to look more accurate to the movie Tie. It is a really cool ship and it looks great on any collection, the box has a cool shape too. You can get this one cheaper than other large scale Tie Fighters, I guess because the Rebel insignia painted on the wings; If you like expanded universe or if you like to customize your toys or if you don't mind at all the rebel insignia this is the ship for you. Remember: this is the same mold of the other Tie Fighters, the only difference is the painting on the wings, you can re-paint them and pretend it is an Imperial ship as it must be.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hematite on November 8, 2010
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This ship is a little fragile for my 7 year old, but it is an impressive toy for the price. My son is just getting into the whole Star Wars thing. Unfortunately, none of the old style ships are available at anything less than collector prices. To get an X-wing like we had in our youth, be prepared to shell out nearly $100. I don't understand why Lucas would not make sure that the demand from young kids is met. All of the large ships that are available at WalMart and Meijer are more obscure (lame)and nothing that is identifiable with the old movies.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven W. Roark on August 28, 2012
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I wanted to get my son some Stars Wars toys for his birthday. As you probably already noticed, they ain't cheap. I blew quite a bit on the X-wing fighter and didn't want to spend as much on the 'bad guy' ship so I bought this one with the weird paint job that's the result of an Imperial Tie fighter defecting to the rebellion...a story which does not appear in any of the movies. Apparently, this makes this Tie fighter less valuable than if it had been painted like the movie Tie fighters. That has me wondering why any company would modify the paint job on one of it's toys to be less valuable than if they simply left it alone. Oh, well...the bottom line is this one's cheaper and for the savings my kid can ignore the logos or paint them black. The shape looks good, much closer to scale than the original ones Kinner came out with in '78. The thing is a bit massive because the solar panels are closer to the scale of the movie panels. I wish the top door/lid was attached, ours is now missing, lost in the deep recesses of my son's room.
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