Compare this Clone Engineer figure
This Clone Engineer figure was released in an exclusive Toys'R'Us 6-pack in the summer of 2009. The entire set was a re-release from The Anniversary Collection's exclusive Previews set. The Engineer could be seen in the Battlefront II video game which was released across multiple gaming platforms, but was never seen in any of the movies.
The figure has 14 joints, including a ball-jointed waist. The clone's helmet is not removable and features a cool design which we have not seen before. Hasbro included a typical droid blaster with the figure instead of a typical clone blaster, but it fits OK into both of the trooper's hands. Luckily the antenna is removable and can be plugged into the back of the figure if you want. However, the character in the game doesn't appear to have an antenna. Thanks to articulated ankles and knees you won't have any balancing issues with this figure.
The paint job on the clone engineer is pretty cool with lots of dirt and smudges on the armor. Overall, this clone engineer figure is a never been done before, super articulated action figure, and a welcome addition to any clone army!
THE RISE OF THE EMPIRE! Star Wars: Battlefront II gathers together a galaxy of heroes, villains, droids, and vehicles for plenty of intense combat and epic battles. From the Clone Wars to the Galactic Civil Wars, Star Wars: Battlefront II gives you command of the action! Storm into battle with a squadron of clone troopers, each highly trained in special combat functions and genetically engineered for superior strength, stamina, and skill!
Clone engineers support the combat forces by repairing weapons and equipment and using their technical expertise for defense or assault.