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This AT-AT Driver was released individually carded during the The Power Of The Force 2 toy line in 1998 as a Star Wars Fan Club exclusive. At-At Drivers were briefly seen during the Battle Of Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back.
The figure has the POTF2 era typical 6 movable parts - with swivel joints in the neck - shoulders - waist and both legs. The figure leans a little bit to the side - but Kenner/Hasbro added peg holes in both feet so it can be placed on a stand. The bulky looking blaster stays well in both of the figures hands. The chestbox is permanently attached to the non-removable helmet.
The paint job on the AT-AT Driver looks very basic with no weathering or dirt on the figure. However - there are some nicely painted details on the chestbox - the helmet and the computer panel on the figure's back. The figure's mold is outdated - which is most noteable by looking at the helmet and the bulky shoulders. If you are looking for a more accurate and more articulated version of the AT-AT Driver - take a look at The Legacy Collection release from late 2009.
Drivers of the dreaded AT-AT walkers - specially trained "ground pilots" - played a vital role during the Empire's assault on Hoth.