- Articulation Count: 12
- Articulation Details: Ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs, 2 ball-jointed knees
- Accessory Count: 4
- Accessory Details: Jet-pack with cable, Helmet, Blaster, Knife
Rohlan Dyre was released in an Entertainment Earth exclusive comic 2-pack together with Jarael. The set was originally to be released during The Legacy Collection, but wasn't released until The Legacy Collection had already ended. However, the packaging was still in the red Legacy-style, and even said Legacy Collection on the packaging when online retailer Entertainment Earth sold this set in November/December 2010. The figure is based on Rohlan Dyre, who had several appearances in the Knights Of The Old Republic series.
Just like Jarael, Rohlan Dyre has 12 joints, with the only non-articulated parts being the ankles. The neck is ball-jointed, along with both shoulders, elbows and knees. The wrists, the waist and both legs are swivel jointed. The figure stands a little shaky, especially with the jet-pack attached to the back. Hasbro included a removable helmet, a blaster, a knife and a jet-pack including "cable" with the figure. The jet-pack plugs into a hole in the back of the figure, but it also has a shoulder-strap attached to it, which goes over the figure's right shoulder. This helps secure the jet-pack better. There is a thin string (cable) running out of the top of the jet-pack, which can be plugged into the helmet. This really looks pretty cool. The blaster is a good fit for Rohlan Dyre's right hand, and the knife fits very well into his left. Both weapons fit also very well into each holster (the knife holster is located on the bottom left boot). The belt with all the cool pouches on it is part of the figure and can't be taken off. The helmet fits tightly and covers the entire head OK.
The paint application on Rohlan Dyre is nicely done, but a little bit more dirt and battle-damage would have been nice. The armor is sculpted in a beat-up, cool looking way, so that more dirt on the armor would have really brought out the fantastic sculpt more. The head is sculpted quite well, and the entire figure leaves a great impression. Overall, this Rohlan Dyre figure in Mandalorian armor looks great and can easily be recommended!