Tusken Raider (Bantha With Tusken Raiders 5-Pack #2) The 30th Anniversary Collection 2007

Tusken Raider Bantha With Tusken Raiders 5-Pack #2 The 30th Anniversary Collection

Tusken Raider


  • This Tusken Raider child figure was part of a Battle Pack which was sold exclusively at Toys'R'Us in April 2007
  • There were two different Tusken Raider Battle Packs available at the same time, both included the same figures but one set had figures in it with significantly darker paint applications
  • The set included five figures and a Bantha creature
  • The other figures can be found here: Tusken Raider #1, Tusken Raider #2, Female Tusken Raider, Massiff
  • The set was based on the Tusken Raider camp as seen in Attack Of The Clones
  • This Tusken Raider figure is a re-paint of the Tusken Raider child from the 2002 SAGA series
  • The figure's body is one solid piece of plastic
  • The only moveable parts on the figure are the arms
  • The helmet is not removable
  • The figure fits nicely onto the back of the Tusken Raider female
  • The dark brown paint application on the figure looks great and makes it look quite different from other Tusken Raider children figures released


Native lifeforms on Tatooine must adjust to the harsh desert conditions if they are to survive. The Tusken Raiders have carved a place for themselves in the barren Jundland Wastes, from which they emerge to raid colonist communities with deadly ferocity. To ride from place to place, they use banthas, a docile species that is easily trained and carries the fierce Tuskens swiftly through the desert.

Female Tusken Raiders tend to the camps, while the males are the hunters and fighters of their species. The females wear elaborate jeweled masks and carry their infants on their backs. To guard the camps, Tusken Raiders rely on domesticated massifs, which were probably brought to Tatooine from traders who traveled to Geonosis, the creature's homeworld.

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