Called in to protect Naboo from biological warfare, the Clone Ordnance Specialist boasts his trademark orange deco with shoulder insignia, and is fully equipped with everything he needs to get the job done, including blasters, backpack, and wire cutters for diffusing deadly virus bombs.
Sideshow Collectibles 1/6 scale Bomb Squad Clone Trooper: Ordnance Specialist 12-inch figure will come with Fully Articulated Trooper Body, Weathered Full Body Armor with Ordnance Specialist, Marking Deco, Detailed Phase I Helmet, Backpack with Fabric Cover, Two (2) Virus Bombs with extending Blue Shadow Virus Canisters. Thirteen (13) Interchangeable hands including: Right and Left Fists, Right and Left Trigger Hands, Right and Left C-Grip Hands, Right Salute Hand, Left Thumbs up Hand, Two (2) Left Pointer Hands, One (1) Right Pointer Hand, One (1) Left Virus Bomb Holding Hand, One (1) Right Wire Clipper Holding Hand. One (1) Pair Standing Pose Feet, One (1) Pair Action Pose Feet, DC-15A Blaster Rifle with Optional Spear Attachment, DC-15S Blaster Carbine. Sideshow Exclusive: Themed base with Ordnance Designation Artwork
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I do not like this particular paint job. All the clone troopers are just repaints anyway but this particular paintwork on the armor is not something I fancy at all. Good thing I'm not really into clone troopers. I pick and choose only the ones I like and this Sideshow Collectibles 1/6 scale Bomb Squad Clone Trooper: Ordnance Specialist 12-inch figure will be one that gets left behind.
The clone army is definitely growing. A lot of troopers being released these days it's almost impossible to catch up to them. Phase I Helmet means that the events occurred after Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones but before Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as the clone troopers were wearing the Phase II helmets by then. Personally, I don't fancy the Phase I helmets and stick mostly to the Phase II clone troopers. Some of them can be seen HERE and HERE (check out the toy blog posts for lots of pictures)