This Commander Wolffe action figure was released in
2012 in The Clone Wars Collection.
It was exclusively available at Online Stores.
Hasbro gave the figure eight joints and included
three accessories (2 blasters, blaster rifle).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Clone Trooper:
- Clone Commander Wolffe was released in the 104th Battalion WOLF PACK Clone Troopers battle pack
- This version of Commander Wolffe is a repaint of the previously released Commander Wolffe from the basic 2012 Clone Wars assortment
- The other figures in this 4-pack were Plo Koon, Clone Trooper Boost and Clone Trooper Sinker
- Commander Wolffe has no head underneath the helmet
- Both blasters fit tightly into the holsters
- Due to the lack of wrist joints it's difficult to have the figure point the blasters correctly
- The blaster rifle fits tightly into both hands
- The range-finder on the helmet is not movable
- The armor is kept in a clean condition without any weathering or dirt on it
- The figure has a hole in the back, so one of the jet-packs could be plugged-in which came with the battle pack
- The figure stands well without a stand
The articulation details are as follows: ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs
For more Commander Wolffe (104th Battalion Wolf Pack) pictures, please take a look at this Commander Wolffe page.
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The famed 104th "Wolf Pack" Battalion serves under Jedi General Plo Koon and is led by Commander Wolffe. At the Battle of Abregado, the entire battalion was decimated, losing only Wolffe, Sinker and Boost. Only luck, ingenuity and the unyielding determination of Plo Koon kept them alive. The troopers' armor was originally red, but Wolffe changed it to blue-gray to honor the many comrades who were lost in the battle.