Compare this Coleman Trebor figure
Coleman Trebor was released in 2003 during the SAGA Collection line and was hard to find in the stores. Trebor himself is tall, about the same size as the 2004 VOTC Chewbacca figure, which is quite amazing considering that this figure was released back in 2003 (a time when Hasbro didn't care too much about correct sizes). The figure included a pretty nifty looking base and a lightsaber hilt with a removable green blade. Trebor has a predefined pose, which is unfortunate, but luckily the figure stands very securely, and the pose looks pretty cool. However, it's not possible to have the Jedi hold his lightsaber with both hands as seen in the movie, because the figure lacks ball-jointed elbows (the right elbow has no articulation at all). Colman Trebor has quite a few shortcomings when compared with modern star wars figures, but the character itself is pretty cool and a very nice addition to the army of Jedi or any Battle Of Geonosis diorama. On a side note, the name Coleman Trebor is a homage to Robert Coleman (Robert spelled backwards equals Trebor), who was the animation director on the prequel trilogy, and who is currently an animation consultant for the Clone Wars Animated Show.
An amphibious creature from the watery world of Sembla, Coleman Trebor is a brave and noble Jedi Knight and member of the Jedi High Council. He is one of many Jedi assembled by Mace Windu to confront the Separatist armies on Geonosis. Here, where the Clone Wars begin, Trebor defeats countless Geonosian warriors and droid battalions, but meets his ultimate fate in the gunslinging hands of bounty hunter Jango Fett.