Shaak Ti Clone Wars The Clone Wars Collection

Shaak Ti

  • Toy Line: The Clone Wars Collection
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  • Scale: 3.75"
  • Retailer Exclusive: No
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Date Stamp: 2010
  • Released: 2010
  • Joint Count: 12
  • Joint Details: Ball-jointed head, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, swivel waist, 2 swivel hips, 2 ball-jointed knees
  • Accessory Count: 3
  • Accessory Details: Blue Lightsaber, Jedi Robe, Scarf


This animated-style Shaak Ti was released individually carded during The Clone Wars Collection in early November 2010. The Jedi Master has been featured in various Clone Wars episodes.

The figure is almost super articulated with 12 joints. Hasbro made the neck, the shoulders, the elbows and the knees ball-jointed. The wrists, the waist and both legs have swivel joints. The ankles are not articulated, and due to the petite nature of the figure, it stands very shaky without the help of a stand. Luckily Hasbro included one with the figure, along with a die and game card. Hasbro also included a Jedi robe and Shaak Ti's lightsaber. The saber is a decent fit for both hands, but fits a bit better into the left. And just like Jedi Master Ki-Adi Mundi, Shaak Ti has two fingers on the right hand pointing. The Jedi robe is a very good fit, and doesn't come across as bulky. The only other removable part on Shaak Ti is the "scarf", which hangs loosely around her neck.

The paint application on Shaak Ti is applied quite well, and like on many other figures Hasbro has released recently, the detail work in the facial area is amazing. The likeness to Shaak Ti from the Clone Wars show seems to be spot on and should please collectors of the animated-style toy line. This figure can easily be recommended!


Jedi Master Shaak Ti trains clone troopers on Kamino. The Jedi General observes the squads during training exercises, assessing their individual skills and ability to work as a team. With her colorfully patterned lekku, she is a striking figure who moves with agility and precision when demonstrating battle techniques.


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