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Ages 8+

Important Note: The treads on R2-D2s steering legs can navigate floors and most carpeting.
However, we strongly recommend you use R2-D2 indoors only. Never use R2-D2 near stairs, unless the stairs are protected. R2-D2 is unable to detect or navigate stairs and may fall down stairs and become damaged if not protected. Use on tabletops only in the wheel-lock setting. R2-D2 may fall from table and become damaged if wheels are not locked. You can keep R2 out of trouble by placing simple barriers in his path like sheets of cardboard. As long as it is something solid and is as tall or taller than R2, his sonar will usually detect it.
Official Astromech Droid Official Astromech Droid

FCC STATEMENT:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

OPERATION MANUAL

Product and colors may vary. 2002 Lucasfilm Ltd. & or TM where indicated. All rights reserved. Used under authorization. * and/or * & 2002 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved. denotes Reg. U.S. Pat. & TM Office. CyberLife technology used in this product 2001 Creature Labs Ltd. Patents Applied for. The egg logo is a trademark of Creature Labs Ltd. All rights reserved. Voice Signal and the Voice Signal logo are trademarks of Voice Signal Technologies, Inc.

Distributed on Earth by:

Some assembly required. Requires 4 "D" batteries and 4 "AA" alkaline batteries (not included). Phillips screwdriver (not included) required to insert batteries.

P/N 6162290000

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USING R2-D2S INTERGALACTIC BEVERAGE HOLDER/UTILITY ARM
1.) Open door. 2.) Swing down utility arm. 3.) Open clamp and place beverage container (not included) in clamp.

Congratulations!

You are a proud owner of R2-D2, an R2-series astromech utility droid from Industrial Automaton, the galaxys finest maker of service automatons, and distributed here on Earth by Hasbro. This droid is ready to obey certain commands, play games, and assist you on your Jedi missions. This particular R2 unit comes from the peaceful world of Naboo, where he and a team of astromechs served Queen Amidala aboard her Royal Starship. R2-D2 has seen and taken part in many amazing adventures. He fought valiantly alongside both Anakin and Luke Skywalker, aided the Old Republic during the clone wars, and was instrumental to the Rebellion against the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. R2-D2 (or, alternately, Artoo Detoo) has been newly programmed at our state-of-the-art factory to be your devoted helper and friend: to obey your commands, to act as your room sentry and guard, and to play fun games with you and your friends!

BEVERAGE CONTAINER

UTILITY ARM
Cut along dotted line. Keep this card in R2s cargo hold for quick reference.
"Luke Skywalker" "Jabba the Hutt" "Dance program"

Companion Mode

"Behave yourself"
"Do you remember"
"Execute course"
"Delete course"

"Play message"

"Go on patrol"

"Command mode"

"Turn around"

"Plot course"

"Go forward"

"Don't move"

"Game mode"

"Switch off"

"Turn right"

"Light beam"

"Turn left"

"Speak up"

"Time out"

"Be quiet"

"Reset System"

Command Mode

Course Mode
R2s vocabulary of electronic beeps and whistles doesnt stop this droid from trying to communicate with human masters; he understands certain commands, and usually manages to get his points across, too! To get started, simply follow the instructions of this manual. Please be aware that R2 is an especially feisty astromech; when not treated well, he will let you know about it! But if you treat R2-D2 with the same loyalty and dedication that he will give to you, this little droid may help you to follow in the footsteps of the illustrious Jedi masters!

Length/Angle

"Spin the Droid"
"Princess Leia"

Characters

Say: "Hey, R2!"

Can be used in any mode.

"Darth Vader"

Game Mode

"Room Guard"

"Answer this"

"Three units"

"Chewbacca"

"Four units"

"Five units"

"Two units"

"Han Solo"

"Light tag"

"One unit"

"Obi-Wan"

"Padme"

"Anakin"

"C-3Po"

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Programming Courses:

You can also program and store a series of commands and ask R2 to execute the series all at once. To do this, say "Hey, R2!", then "Command Mode!", then "Plot course!" Give R2 several commands as described above, i.e. each command consisting of a direction and a distance. Once youve completed a series, say "Execute course!" and R2-D2 will do just that! Remember to wait for R2s acknowledging beep after each command before giving him another command. If you reach the maximum number of commands that R2s memory banks can hold (about twenty), R2 will launch into the series immediately. Any time you want to erase a command series, simply say "Plot course" then say "Delete course!" R2 will remain in Command Mode, but will delete the stored series. (It is not possible to delete just one command in a series, only the entire course.) Also, if you turn R2 off manually, he will wipe the course from his memory. Remember, at any time, you can say "Re-set system!" to bring R2 back to his Companion Mode. This will not delete the stored course. The many levels of R2-D2s programming will ensure lots of fun and discovery with this loyal, lovable, multi-talented droid. Have fun!

INSTALLING BATTERIES: 1.) Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two
captive screws that secure the battery door in back, and remove the door. 2.) Open the compartment door. Insert four "AA" batteries into the compartment. Close the compartment door, then insert four "D" batteries on top as shown. (Re-chargeable batteries, such as NiCd or NiMH, will work well for the "D" cells, but are not necessary for the "AA" batteries.) 3.) Replace the battery door, and securely fasten the screws.

BATTERY DOOR

COMPARTMENT DOOR

D BATTERIES

FORWARD

AA BATTERIES

CAUTION: TO AVOID BATTERY LEAKAGE

{TOP VIEW}

1) Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and always follow the toy and battery manufacturers' instructions; 2) Do not mix old and new batteries or alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries; 3) Always remove weak or dead batteries from the product.
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GAME PLAY WITH R2

GAME MODE DIRECTIONS
The Game Mode is somewhat more advanced than Companion Mode. In this mode, you and your friends can play five fun games with R2-D2:

GETTING STARTED

Now, heres where the fun really begins your utility droid is powered up and ready for action!

QUICK COMMANDS:

If you want to begin playing with R2-D2 right away, here are a few simple commands to get started! (This R2 unit also comes with a "Command Card" that lists in brief all of your droids command phrases. Dont use the Command Card, however, until youve read the rest of this manual first.)
1.) Light Tag 2.) Room Sentry 3.) Dance Program 4.) Spin the Droid 5.) Answer This
To start, say "Hey, R2!", wait for his response, and then say "Game Mode!" After he responds again, you may go on to any one of the following games. (Note: R2 will stay in Game Mode until you tell him to "Re-set system.")
Say: "Hey, R2!" to get R2-D2s attention. (Always say "Hey, R2!!" before giving him a

command.) Then try any or all of the following basic commands:

LIGHT TAG:

Light Tag is a hide-and-seek-style game. Say "Light Tag!" to R2-D2 and he will turn away and count to ten with a series of beeps (if hes in a mischievous mood, R2 may "cheat" by peeking over his shoulder, or start to seek before hes done counting!). When hiding, sit on the floor so that you are low enough for R2s sensors to detect you. After hes finished counting, R2 will search the room for you or your friends when he finds somebody, hell light up and whistle in triumph! Then say Hey R2! to end the game. If he cannot find any hiders for a few minutes, he gives up and emits "sad" and "frustrated" sounds. He will then revert to his default listening mode. This particular game is best played in a semi-dark room. In fact, R2s infrared sensors and sonar allow him to find you even in complete darkness!
"Light beam!" (The light beam on his dome flashes on! Say the same thing to turn it off!) "Play message!" (R2 will play a secret message.) "Go on patrol!" (R2 will patrol the room and beep when he finds someone!) "Re-set system!" (R2 will return to the beginning of his Companion Mode.)
The rest of this manual will explain in detail all of your R2 units modes and functions, starting with a more in-depth description of the Companion Mode.

ROOM SENTRY:

In this game, R2-D2 can serve as sentry guard to your bedroom, or any other room. Just place R2 at the entrance of a room and say "Room Guard!" Hell do a "ten count" by flashing his light this will allow you to leave the room without triggering an alarm. Then he will go into standby mode and start guarding the room. After that, if anybody tries to sneak past, R2s sentry light will flash. If his sound sensors or motion detector continue to sense the intruder, R2 will sound his alarm! Tap him on the head to stop the alarm; once youve shut off the alarm, hell revert to Companion Mode and wait for a new command. If no new command is given, R2 will go back into Room sentry mode.

IMPORTANT TIPS!

Any time, in any mode, that R2-D2s programming goes off on the wrong track and he is not responding correctly to your commands, you can say "Re-set system!" to take him back to the beginning of his Companion Mode. Whenever R2 is performing a command or action and you would like him to stop, simply tap him on the head (but be careful not to tap him too hard, or you might put him in a bad mood!). Initially, we recommend saying "Hey, R2!" before every command, to make sure that you have your droids attention. However, as you work with your R2 unit, you will find through trial and error that this command is not always necessary. Before long, you will be familiar enough with R2-D2s habits and responses to know when you have his attention or not! Always wait until R2 has finished responding before giving him another command he cannot hear you when he is talking. R2 will also not hear you when his motorized wheels are in motion or his head is turning; he can only hear you when he is stationary. For best speech recognition results, try to keep background noise as low as possible, and speak to R2 in a normal, friendly tone of voice; shouting or speaking loudly does not improve speech recognition (and its best not to have gum or food in your mouth when you speak to him!). If you are talking to R2 without using any of the "command phrases" listed in this manual, he will go into conversation mode and respond to you in his trademark language of beeps and whistles. R2-D2 is a great talker and a great listener who loves to converse with you! R2 does not like to be picked up while hes moving. If you do so, he may stop his motors and complain!

DANCE PROGRAM:

Say "Dance Program!" and R2 will play cantina music and do a spinning dance! Depending on his mood, he may do a happy fast dance or a sad slow one.

SPIN THE DROID:

This is a great party game. Gather round with a bunch of your friends, and say "Spin the Droid!" R2 will turn his dome around and back, around and back, scanning the crowd, before finally choosing one person by locking onto that person, flashing his light beam and playing a song! Recommended for up to 6 players. For best results, there should be a clear gap between each player.

ANSWER THIS:

Say "Answer This!", then ask R2-D2 a Yes or No question. Hell answer the question with a happysounding "Yes!" or shake his head and beep a negative-sounding "No!" R2-D2 may answer differently depending on his mood. To stop this game, tap R2 gently on the head and tell him to "Re-set system."
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION & DIRECTIONS
R2-D2 has three major function modes: 1.) COMPANION MODE (Pages 78) 2.) GAME MODE (Page 9) 3.) COMMAND MODE (Pages 10 11)
Within each of these modes, there are many functions to explore. This manual will take you through almost all of R2-D2s actions and responses, but youll discover more as you become more familiar with this droid; for as long as you own him, your droid will continue to surprise you with what he has to say! Remember to save this manual for as long as you have your R2 unit! The separate "Command Card" is also invaluable as a reminder of the many commands and phrases that help you interact with R2-D2. This card can be kept in R2s storage compartment.
Say: "Behave yourself!"
When R2 gets in a bad mood, his mood status indicator light turns red and he may not respond to your commands. This command will put him back in a content mood!
Say: "Timeout!"
And hell turn away, find the corner of the room and stand there like hes in trouble! (When he does this, R2 may complain just a bit, or sneak a peek over his shoulder. But when hes finished complaining, he will go to sleep.) Since R2 does not like being "punished," he usually refuses to move at first (by shaking his head). However, you can make him obey by saying "Behave yourself!" and repeating "Timeout!"

Say: "Do you remember?"
And then wait for R2 to acknowledge your question with a beep. Then ask him about any of these famous friends (or enemies): Luke Skywalker? Anakin? C-3PO? Darth Vader? Princess Leia? Obi-Wan? Han Solo? Padme Chewbacca? Jabba the Hutt? Every name will provoke a different response depending on how R2 feels about that particular character! Be sure to speak slowly and clearly and pause between your commands.
COMPANION MODE DIRECTIONS
In this beginning mode, R2-D2 is his usual friendly and playful self. He loves your companionship, and loves to respond to certain commands you give him. Stand or sit directly in front of R2 (ideally from about 2 feet, and no more than 6 feet, away), and speak clearly toward the speech sensor on the front of his body. (R2 will indicate that he is listening to you by blinking his red and blue LEDs together.)
Say: "Re-set system!"
R2 will return to the beginning of his Companion Mode.
R2-D2 will turn his head towards you and whistle to indicate he is ready for the next command! Remember: Always say "Hey, R2!" before giving him a command! Then, in no particular order, you can communicate with R2 by saying any of the following phrases:
Say: "Dont move!"
And hell remain stationary until you give him another command. (Otherwise, he may start roaming on his own!)
Say: "Go on patrol!"
And hell patrol the room for trouble. R2 will beep if he finds someone and wait for a command! If he beeps and no further commands are issued, hell keep on patrolling. (Again, be sure to keep him away from stairs during this function!)
Say: "Light beam!"
To turn his front beam on! Say it again to turn it off.
Say: "Play Message!"
And hell play a message that is stored in his memory banks from a past mission!
Say: "Be quiet!"
And hell execute his commands without beeping or whistling (except for his "yes" or "no" sounds to indicate that he has understood your commands)!

Say: "Speak up!"
And hell start talking again!

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BEGIN OPERATION

POWERING UP: 1.) Flip the switch located in the bottom back of the unit to power up your R2 unit. 2.) R2-D2 will automatically calibrate his head position sensor by rotating his head. 3.) R2-D2s lights will blink alternately between red and blue as he warms up (about thirty
seconds), and then they will blink red and blue together. This indicates that the warm-up period is complete, and R2 is ready to receive commands. 4.) Once R2 is powered up, your droid is always on (unless you choose to turn him off manually)!

NAVIGATING R2

COMMAND MODE DIRECTIONS
The Command Mode is the most advanced of the three modes. It involves directing R2s movements and navigating him through courses and obstacles. The voice commands in this mode are more complex, and without clear direction R2-D2 can easily become confused. You should go into this mode only after youve familiarized yourself with the Companion and Game Modes.

Real-Time Maneuvering:

In Command Mode you give R2-D2 a series of commands then ask him to execute the series. Say "Hey, R2!" to start, then say "Command Mode!" Continue by giving him any one of the directions below. Finally, qualify your command by specifying a distance from one to five units: Turn around! (No distance command required) Go forward! (Then: One unit, two units up to five) Turn right! (Then: One unit, two units up to five) Turn left! (Then: One unit, two units up to five) Important Note: After each command, be sure to wait for R2s acknowledging beep before giving him the next command. For example: say Hey R2 {beep}, say Command mode! {beep}, say Go forward {beep}, say Three units! {beep}. R2 will carry out your command by moving in the direction and the distance you told him to! In this way, you can keep giving R2 individual commands to help him navigate tricky corners and obstacle-laden courses. (The length of each unit varies on different floors. Try different commands until you get a sense of how R2 moves on a particular floor covering.) If R2 is prevented from completing this command by an obstacle, he will abort the command and complain!

Wheel-Lock Control Master Power Control
"WHEEL-LOCK" SETTING:
When you first power up the R2 unit, the droid will remain in stationary "Wheel-Lock" mode until you press the button to release the wheels (press the same button when you want to lock the wheels again). Once the wheels are unlocked, he will move freely in response to your commands. When you want R2 to stand in place (for instance, for tabletop use), simply press the "Wheel-Lock" button located in the front center of the unit, as shown in illustration. When in this setting, the button will light up red to indicate that the wheels are locked. Press the same button again to release the wheel-lock setting.
Important Note: The treads on R2-D2s steering legs can navigate floors and most carpeting. However, we strongly recommend you use R2-D2 indoors only. Never use R2-D2 near stairs, unless the stairs are protected. R2-D2 is unable to detect or navigate stairs and may fall down stairs and become damaged if not protected. Use on tabletops only in the wheel-lock setting. R2-D2 may fall from table and become damaged if wheels are not locked. You can keep R2 out of trouble by placing simple barriers in his path like sheets of cardboard. As long as it is something solid and is as tall or taller than R2, his sonar will usually detect it.

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ASSEMBLY AND BATTERIES

R2-D2 will be ready for action after the following power up procedures:

R2 ON HIS OWN

"STANDBY" SETTING: 1.) R2 will automatically revert to his battery-conserving "Standby" setting if he is unable to find
someone to interact with for several minutes (for example, if he cant find anyone during Light Tag, or when hes on patrol). When reverting to this mode, his red LED will flash on and off, then turn off completely. While in Standby, R2 will "wake up" when you talk directly to him, when he senses motion in front of him, or when you tap him gently on the head. 2.) You may also put R2 into "Standby" setting directly by saying "Switch off!" when he is in Command Mode. 3.) If you will not be playing with R2-D2 for extended periods of time (more than two or three days), it is recommended that you manually turn his Master Power Control to the "OFF" position.
DROID ASSEMBLY: 1.) Snap the head/projector piece onto the main unit. 2.) Snap the side legs onto each side of the main unit. 3.) As an option, you may also remove the sensor array from the top of R2s dome and use the

included telescope piece to extend it from his head.
SENSOR ARRAY HEAD/PROJECT PIECE TELESCOPE

TROUBLESHOOTING:

If R2-D2 starts responding sluggishly, it is likely that his batteries need to be replaced. In general, if his motion is sluggish even on flat surfaces or his lights seem dim, the "D" batteries need to be replaced; most other types of trouble (sounds, recognition) indicate that the "AA" batteries need replacement. If R2 shuts off during play, or right after you turn him on, replace the "AA" batteries. Bright light, or temperatures above 77 F or below 65 F, may disorient R2; under these conditions, he may have trouble seeing and finding people as usual. If you place an object in R2-D2s utility arm that is too large or too heavy, he will not be able to move properly; simply remove the item, and he will return to normal function. If any of R2s parts (for instance, his steering legs) come off during play or when he is dropped, simply follow the assembly instructions in this manual to re-assemble the part(s). If you need help, please call 1-800-327-8264, or visit www.starwars.hasbro.com
STEERING LEG STEERING LEG
Keep in R2s cargo hold for quick reference.

Command Card

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TECH SPECS

Table of Contents
Introduction.Page 2 Assembly and Batteries.Page 3-4 Begin Operation.Page 5 Getting Started.Page 6 Detailed Description.Page 7-8 Companion Mode.Page 7-8
Industrial Automaton has adjusted your R2 unit with many new features and functions for use on Earth.
Game Play with R2.Page 9 Navigating R2.Page 10-11 R2 On His Own.Page 12 Troubleshooting.Page 12 Using R2-D2s Utility Arm.Page 13 Tech Specs.Page 14
1. NAVIGATION SENSORS (WITH SOUND PROCESSING MICROPHONES AND SONAR; THESE HELP R2 "SEE" AND LOCATE OBJECTS) 2. INFRARED LOCATION SENSORS (FOR DETECTING LIFEFORMS) 3. VOICE RECOGNITION RESPONSE MODULE (HOW R2 "HEARS"; TALK INTO HERE!) 4. CARGO HOLD 5. STORAGE AREA (KEEP YOUR "COMMAND CARD" IN HERE!) 6. WHEEL LOCK CONTROL (FOR WHEN YOU WANT R2 TO REMAIN STATIONARY) 7. MOTORIZED, INDOOR-TERRAIN TREADS (HELP R2 NAVIGATE WOOD FLOORS, TILE FLOORS AND MOST CARPETING!) 8. SLEEK ROTATING DOME (CAN TURN ALMOST 360 DEGREES!) 9. CENTER LEG 10. ILLUMINATING LIGHT BEAM 11. INTERGALACTIC BEVERAGE HOLDER/UTILITY ARM (DESIGNED TO HOLD A 12-OUNCE BEVERAGE CAN) 12. ADAPTABLE DROID MOOD STATUS INDICATOR (RED AND BLUE LEDS INDICATE R2S MOOD) 13. STEERING LEGS 14. MASTER POWER CONTROL (MANUAL ON/OFF SWITCH; R2 ALSO FEATURES AUTOMATIC "STANDBY" MODE TO CONSERVE BATTERY LIFE)

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HASBRO STAR WARS FALL 2008 RELEASE GUIDE
This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # Series # Description 3 3/4" LEGACY COLLECTION 87535 SW 3.75 LEGACY COLLECTION/DROID FACTORY BASIC FIGURE ASSORTMENT Wave 1 (R4-D6 & R7-Z0 buildable droids) 87673 BD #1 Han Solo (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87674 BD #2 Luke Skywalker (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87675 BD #3 Chewbacca (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87676 BD #4 Ewok 2 Pack (Leektar & Nippet) (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87677 BD #5 Ak-Rev (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87678 BD #6 Yarna Dal Gargan (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87679 BD #7 Bane Malor (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87680 BD #8 Darth Vader (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87728 GH #1 Commander Gree (repack; available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87729 GH #2 Kashyyk Scout Trooper (repack; available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87730 GH #3 Darth Vader (The Force Unleashed) (repack; available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) 87731 GH #4 Evo Trooper (The Force Unleashed) (repack; available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Wave 2 (R7-T1 & R4-J1 buildable droids) 87608 BD #9 Obi-Wan with Generals Armor 87610 BD #10 Clone Scuba Trooper 87611 BD #11 Saesee Tin with Generals Armor 87612 BD #12 Padme Amidala - Ilum Outfit 87613 BD #13 IG-Series Lancer Droid 87614 BD #14 Mon Calamari Warrior 87615 BD #15 Quarren Soldier 87637 BD #16 Clone Trooper with Quad Cannon Wave 3 (5D6-RA-7 buildable droid) 89594 BD #17 Coruscant Clone Trooper 89597 BD #18 Jodo Kast 89600 BD #19 Yaddle & Evan Piell 89602 BD #20 Saleucami Clone Trooper 89605 BD #21 Holographic Count Dooku 89606 BD #22 Imperial Engineer (Battlefront II) 87869 SW 3.75 EXPANDED UNIVERSE COMIC PACK ASSORTMENT Wave 1 Republic #69 -- Asajj Ventress & Tol Skorr Obsession #3 -- Anakin Skywalker & Durge Republic #57 -- Anakin Skywalker & Assasin Droid (repack) Wave 2 Legacy #2 -- Darth Talon & Cade Skywalker Legacy # 6 -- Antares Draco & Ganner Krieg Marvel #68 -- Dengar & Fenn Shysha Marvel #69 -- Tobbi Dala & Princess Leia Wave 3 Empire #1 -- Darth Vader & Admiral Trachta Shadows of the Empire #5 -- Princess Leia & Prince Xizor Heir to the Empire #1 -- Grand Admiral Thrawn & Talon Karrde Infinities #3/4 -- Darth Vader & Princess Leia (Sniper) SW EVOLUTIONS ASSORTMENT Padme Amidala Legacy Rebellion Pilots Legacy Clone Imperial Pilots Legacy Rebellion Pilots #2 Legacy The Fett Legacy 3 Pack (repack) The Sith Legacy 3 Pack (repack) SW 3.75 BATTLE PACK ASSORTMENT Wave 1 Hoth Speeder Patrol Recon Patrol on Hoth Clone Wars: Speeder Bike Team Recon Approximate On-Shelf Date
07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 09/25/08 09/25/08 09/25/08 09/25/08 09/25/08 09/25/08
08/15/08 08/15/08 08/15/08 09/20/08 09/20/08 09/20/08 09/20/08 10/20/08 10/20/08 10/20/08 10/20/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08 07/26/08
08/09/08 08/09/08 08/09/08
This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # 89153 SL #1 SL #2 SL #3 SL #4 SL #5 SL #6 SL #7 SL #8 SL #9 SL #10 SL #11 SL #12 SL #13 SL #14 SL #15 SL #16 SL #17 SL #18 SL #19 SL #20 Series # Description SW STARFIGHTER VEHICLE COLLECTION Wave 1 Homing Spider Droid V-19 Torrent Starfighter V-Wing Starfighter (repack) AT-AP Walker (repack) Obi-Wan Kenobi'sStarfighter (blue EpIII, repack) Wave 2 General Grievous Starfighter (repack) Anakin Skywalker's Modified Jedi Starfighter (repack) Wave 3 Darth Vader's Tie Advanced X1 Starfighter (repack) Wave 4 Trade Federation Armored Assault Tank (AAT) (new blue deco) SW 3.75" MILLENIUM FALCON New Millenium Falcon SW SAGA LEGENDS FIGURE ASSORTMENT Wave 1 R2-D2 (electronic sounds) Yoda w/Kybuk Anakin Obi-Wan Kenobi Clone Trooper C-3PO General Greivous Mace Windu Plo Koon Super Battle Droid Droidekka Wave 2 EpII Clone Trooper (Officer/Red Deco) Darth Vader Darth Maul Jango Fett 501st Trooper Shock Trooper Barc Trooper Arc Trooper Battle Droid 2-Pack Approximate On-Shelf Date

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CLONE WARS 87859 No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 No. 13 No. 14 No. 15 No. 16 No. 17 No. 18
SW 3.75 CLONE WARS BASIC FIGURE ASSORTMENT Wave 1 Anakin Skywalker (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Obi-Wan Kenobi (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Yoda (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Captain Rex (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Clone Trooper (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) General Grievous (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Federation Battle Droid (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) R2-D2 (available in "1st Day" foil & regular versions) Wave 2 Ahsoka Tano Clone Commander Cody Clone Pilot Oddball Super Battle Droid Wave 3 Count Dooku Plo Koon Asaaj Ventress C-3PO Destroyer Droid IG-86 Assassin Droid
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This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # Series # Description SW CLONE WARS AT-TE AT-TE All Terrain Tactical Enforcer SW CLONE TROOPER VOICE CHANGER Clone Trooper Voice Changer Helmet SW CLONE WARS ELECTRONIC BLASTER ASSORTMENT Clone Trooper Blaster Stormtrooper Blaster General Grievous Blaster SW CLONE WARS ULTIMATE LIGHTSABER Clone Wars Ultimate Lightsaber Approximate On-Shelf Date 07/26/08
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This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # Series # Description OTHER LINES 87842 SW GALACTIC HEROES FIGURE ASSORTMENT Wave Plo Koon/Captain Jag 87734 Destroyer Droid/Jar Jar Binks 87735 Magnaguard/Shaak Ti 87736 Princess Leia Jabba's Slave/R2-D2 with Serving Tray 87737 Kashyyk Trooper/Yoda (repack) 87865 Clone Trooper/Anakin Skywalker (repack) 87739 Clone Trooper/Obi-Wan Kenobi (repack) 87868 Super Battle Droid/R2-D2 (repack) 87741 Princess Leia/Darth Vader (repack) 87742 Chewbacca/C-3PO (repack) 87864 Padme amidala/Ep II Red Clone Trooper (repack) 87867 Kit Fisto/General Grevious (repack) Wave Luke Skywalker& R2-D2 (repack) 87901 Princess Leia (Boushh disguise) & Han Solo (repack) 87902 LukeSkywalker/Darth Vader (repack) 87903 Obi-Wan Kenobi/Jango Fett (repack) Wave Clone Commander Cody/Obi-Wan Kenobi 87933 STAP/Anakin Skywalker 87934 Asajj Ventress/Count Dooku 87935 Ahsoka Tano/Captain Rex SW GALACTIC HEROES CINEMA SCENES ASST. Wave 1 Jabba's Palace (repack) Assault on the Death Star (repack) Wave 2 Darth Vader's Tie Fighter Clone Wars Delta Starfighter Wave 3 Escape from Mos Eisley Geonosis Arena Battle #2 SW UNLEASHED BATTLE 4PK ASSORTMENT Wave 1 CW Hero Pack #2: Yoda, Anakin,-Saessee Tin, Mace Windu (repack) CW Hero Pack #3: Obi-Wan (robes), Cody, Grievous, Magnaguard (repack) CW Troop pack #1: Shock Trooper Batallion (repack) CW Troop Pack #3: Yoda's Elite Clone Troopers (repack) CW Droid Pack #1: Spider Droid, Super, Battle Droid (repack) CW Droid Pack #2: Destroyer, Super, Battle Droids (2) (repack) Wave 2 CW Hero Pack #1: General Kenobi, Dooku, Asaaj, Kit Fisto shirtless CW Troop pack #1: ARC Troopers CW Troop Pack #2: Commander Bow Squadron CW Troop Pack #3: Clone Troopers Approximate On-Shelf Date

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This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # 35259 EXCLUSIVES Wal-Mart Series # Description SW MIGHTY MUGGS 6" ASSORTMENT Highlights from Waves 1-4 Han Solo Chewbacca Stormtrooper C-3PO Obi-Wan Kenobi Princess Leia Clone Commander Cody Jango Fett General Grievous Emperor Palpatine Yoda Wave 5 Count Dooku Asajj Ventress Captain Rex Anakin Skywalker SW TITANIUM SERIES VEHICLE ASSORTMENT Wave 1 EII Starfighter Republic Gunship with Twi'lek Nose Art ARC 170 with Twi'lek Nose Art ATT Tank AT-OT Republic Cruiser AT-TE Vulture Droid AT-AP Wave 2 Cloud Car Landspeeder X-Wing Red 2 (Wedge) T-47 Sand Speeder Y-Wing Classic Cylon Raider Vulture Droid Approximate On-Shelf Date
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DROID FACTORY 2-PACK ASST (with buildable C-3PX droid) Darth Vader & K-3PX (from Marvel #76) Luke & R2-D2 (blast damage) Watto & R2-T0 Kit Fisto & his Astromech R4-H5 Han Solo (Hoth, hood up) & R-3PO Plo Koon & his Astromech R4-F5 EXPANDED UNIVERSE COMIC PACK ASSORTMENT Revenge of the Sith #1: Count Dooku & Anakin Skywalker Marvel #44: Lando Calrissian & Stormtrooper Revenge of the Sith #3: CloneTrooper & Wookiee Warrior 3-3/4" 501st LEGION JOIN-UP FIGURE FORCE UNLEASHED 3-Pack assortment The Force Unleashed 3-Pack #1: Vader, & 2 Troopers The Force Unleashed 3-pack #2: Palpatine & 2 Troopers CLONE TROOPER VOICE CHANGER HELMET Exclusive 501st Legion blue deco
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This is a complete schedule for the items launching 7/26 and shortly thereafter Not a complete guide to 2008; additional products will be released throughout the Fall SKU # Target 87845 Series # Description CLONE COMMANDER FOX CLONE TROOPER BATTLE PACK ASSORTMENT Yoda & Coruscant Guard Obi-Wan Kenobi & 212th Attack Battalion Clone Troopers CLONE TROOPER VOICE CHANGER HELMET Exclusive red deco! DARTH VADER VOICE CHANGER Approximate On-Shelf Date 7/27/2008

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