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    Vintage AT-AT variation, comments

    The most interesting thing about the boxed vintage AT-AT to me is not the survival kit variation, but rather the adaptability I was unaware of with one of the characters from the movie.

    What a Trooper that FX-87 Medical Assistant is (look at the box). Not only does he save Lukes life, but he also gets out there in the snow to fight off the Imperial Forces! Now that's what I call a hero!

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    When I saw the AT-AT variation message, I figured soemone actually found an all-white toy, like on the back of some of the ESB figure cards. THAT would've been cool!

    There were a couple figures who popped up out of nowhere in SW toy ads:
    Bossk in Minirig
    Adm. Ackbar in Y-Wing
    What was with those hood-less Chief Chirpas in the Ewok Village?
    CU Later. Contracted Universe? Later. :(

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    The vintage minirigs were just EU toys, the bosk photo u are reffering to is the CAP-2 minirig. The chief chirpas are without a hood cuzz they are trying to represent a different kind of ewok, (although there are no hoodless ewoks in the movie). As for FX-7 in the AT AT vintage box...well kenner just wanted to have another droid hero...who knows???
    As always...........L

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