The female Imperial Knight has 14 joints, with ball-joints in the neck, shoulders, elbows, knees and ankles. There are swivel joints in both wrists and legs. Despite the somewhat petite nature of the figure, Sigel Dare stands very nicely on her own without the need of a stand, even with the lightsaber raised above her head. The only accessory included with the figure was a lightsaber with a clear, see-through blade. The saber fits well into the left hand, but sits very loosely in the right. The soft goods cape is not removable, and it's made out of a very thin material, so that you can see through it.
The metallic looking red color on Sigel Dare's armor looks cool and the paint application in the facial area is spot on. Like with a lot of figures in late 2009 and 2010, Hasbro didn't give the figure any weathering. Overall, Sigel Dare is a well done, super articulated action figure and it's a nice addition to the small group of Imperial Knight action figures.
Darth Krayt is not pleased; Admiral Stazi of the Galactic Alliance Remnant has stolen the Sith Lord's powerful new warship Imperious. Unknown to Stazi, Imperial Knights Sigel Dare and Treis Sinde have sabotaged the ship, hoping to ruin Krayt's plans. Now Dare must warn Stazi before the bombs planted on the ship explode!