- Articulation Count: 10
- Articulation Details: Ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 swivel wrists, waist, 2 legs, 2 ball-jointed ankles
- Accessory Count: 9
- Accessory Details: Bow, 3 arrows, 2 Rocks, Headdress with attached holster, Ewok Glider with attachable harness
This Warok figure was released in a battle pack in fall of 2009's The Legacy Collection. The battle pack contained a total of 3 figures, which besides Warok, included a Luke Skywalker in Endor outfit, and a Colonel Dyer figure. Warok can be seen in The Return Of The Jedi, flying an Ewok Glider and
throwing rocks on top of an AT-ST.
The Ewok has 10 joints, including ball-joints in the neck, shoulders, and ankles. There are swivel joints in the wrists, the waist and both legs. Warok's arms and legs are fairly short, and there is just no room to add any joints in the elbows or the knees. The figure has a very good stance, and keeps its balance beautifully. Hasbro included a removable headdress, 3 arrows and a bow, 2 rocks and an Ewok Glider for Warok to use. The headdress is a
good fit and can easily be put on, or be removed. The holster for the arrows is permanently attached to the headdress, and houses the 3 included arrows very nicely. The bow can be held by Warok in both hands, but don't expect to position him in a shooting position, because his arms are too short to grab the bow with both hands. Both rocks can also be held by the figure quite well.
Warok's paint application is well done, with different shades of brown on his fur. Especially the face and the headdress are painted nicely, with the headdress having a bit of a dirty and used look to it. All in all, this Ewok is well done. Aesthetically, Warok looks great, the size seems about right, and there were plenty of accessories included. If you like Ewoks, or want to expand your "Battle Of Endor" diorama, you might want to pick this figure up!