The TIE fighters were the backbone of the Imperial Military. Sleek ships capable of attacking most fighters, they did have downfalls though. In attempts to save money and to possibly deter any pilots from deserting the ships were devoid of life support, hyperdrive and landing gear. Sounds like the Imperials really meant business when dealing with their own men.
All the vehicles in the SW line were produced well, both big and small ones. All of them were nicely detailed, fit to scale and had lots of playability. The TIE fighter here is no exception. Standing about8.5 inches tall at the tip of the wing, the TIE fighter is a nice size. It doesn't come with any launching weapons or fancy figures but it does come with battle damage. What I mean by this is the wings. Each wing is plugged into...[See More]
Subseries from Star Wars - Power of the Force II Toy Series
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