Death Star Droid (RA-7) The 30th Anniversary Collection 2007

Death Star Droid RA-7 The 30th Anniversary Collection

Death Star Droid

  • Toy Line: The 30th Anniversary Collection
  • MSRP: $6.99 USD
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  • Scale: 3.75"
  • Retailer Exclusive: No
  • Variation Pictured: No
  • Date Stamp: 2007
  • Released: 2007
  • Joint Count: 6
  • Joint Details: 1 Swivel neck, 2 swivel shoulders, 1 swivel waist, 2 swivel hips
  • Accessory Count: 1
  • Accessory Details: 1 Coin


Star Wars 30th Anniversary Coin
Every SAGA LEGENDS figure in the 30th Anniversary Collection sub-line between 2007/2008 included a collectible Star Wars coin. Pictured above is the front and back of the coin which was included with the Death Star Droid.


  • This Death Star droid RA-7 figure was released single carded in Hasbro's SAGA Legends toy line in 2007
  • The SAGA Legends toy line was a Greatest Hits assortment which included fan favorite and previously released figures
  • Every SAGA Legends figure during the 30th Anniversary Collection in 2007/2008 included a collectible coin
  • Before this release this RA-7 figure was only available during the Original Trilogy Collection in 2004 packed-in together with a Sandcrawler vehicle
  • The only difference between this RA-7 figure and the previous figure is the copyright date stamp, it's 2007 on this figure and 2004 on the previous release
  • There were no weapons or accessories included
  • The figure's sculpt goes back to the Power Of The Force 2 times in the 90's when figures were made buffer (look at the upper body, this droid has been working out!)
  • Both of the droid's hands are sculpted with open palms so that's impossible for it to hold anything
  • With only six joints and a very straight stance the figure feels stiff
  • The droid stands well on display without falling over


Like all protocol droids of this series, RA-7 has been deliberately built to look bland, so that it goes unnoticed. This makes the droid perfect for its real job function: spying. RA-7 secretly records information, then sends it to its master. Many of these innocuous-looking droids are stationed on the Death Star.

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