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Cato Parasitti was released individually carded during the Clone Wars Collection in November 2010. The figure is based on Cato Parasitti's appearance in the Clone Wars TV show, where she could be seen working together with Cad Bane in the 2nd season's opener "Holocron Heist".
The Bounty Hunter has 14 joints, including ball-joints in the neck, shoulders, elbows, the waist, both knees and ankles. There are swivel joints in both wrists and both legs. Cato Parasitti keeps its balance very nicely, but due to the short feet and petite nature of the figure, it's better to use the included stand to give it more stability. The figure came with a sniper rifle, a flip-up helmet and two small pouches. The sniper rifle is a bit on the bulky side, and neither of the hands can grab it very well. The two pouches plug into holes located on each side of the waist. This works nicely and both pouches stay firmly attached once in place. The flip-up helmet is attached to the head, but the actual visor can be detached. The silver armor pieces covering the feet can't be moved or taken off.
The paint application on Cato Parasitti is very well done. There are many different markings on the figure which looks great, and the paint app in the facial area is outstanding! Cato Parasitti is sculpted very well, with well hidden joints and an overall appearance that comes close to the character from the TV show. All in all, this figure is a winner, and shouldn't miss in your collection if you like more obscure aliens or are collecting Clone Wars figures!
Cato Parasitti helps Cad Bane steal a Jedi holocron. The Clawdite changeling can alter her appearance to look just like someone else. She enters the Jedi Temple by changing into the Jedi Master Ord Enisence. Then she shapeshifts into Jocasta Nu, the director of the library, and helps Bane sneak inside the temple.