10/28/10

LEGO Star Wars Minifigures: Shaak Ti


Shaak Ti is exclusive to set 7931, T6 Jedi Shuttle. This will be the first time this Togruta Jedi will be available the LEGO universe.

Minifigure Parts and Accessories

Shaak Ti is made up of 4 parts, a head piece, head, torso, and leg assembly.

The headpiece is a blue and white part resembling the adult Togruta head tails. The headpiece also gives the forehead of the minifigure a higher profile.

The head is red with print to mimic the Togruta facial markings. This is obviously a new print.

The torso and arms are brown with red hands. The torso print has low neckline with the rest resembling Jedi robes.

The legs and hips are brown with no visible print.

The accessories for this figure are a lightsaber with trans-blue blade and a brown cape.

The minifigure appears to resemble the live-action version quite well. The legs could have been replaced with a dress slope, but this would have reduced play value. Also print could have been added to the legs to mimic the belt sash and it's markings. The key design element here is obviously the head and it was done well.

Army Building Potential

The ABP for this figure is moderate. The unique head piece may be sought after in multiples as the only other Togrutian character in the LEGO Star Wars universe has been Ahsoka Tano. Ahsoka's head piece design, however, is different. The figure itself will likely not be sought after in multiples in that same way that a clone or stormtrooper might.

Big Draw

The big draw will be for the new and unique headpiece. Obviously LEGO Star Wars collectors will want to seek out this new minifig for their collections.

(Pictures via KimT's Flickr stream, Eurobricks, and Wookiepedia)

9 comments:

  1. could u plese upload the real picture of shaak ti minifigure like not the animated one but the actual minifigure i thank u in advance

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  2. does anyone know if shaak ti has a back headtail if you do could u please tell me

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  3. ^Earlier pics would have suggested that she did, but I've not seen any pics from sets people have bought yet. I'll update when such pictures become available.

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  4. ^^Yes. There are back headtails.

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  5. You think they could've printed her front robes, like the ones in the picture of her in reality shown above.

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  6. Do most people like the forehead being a part of the helmet/horn piece? I for one think the whole forehead would've looked better printed on her head, and the helmet/horn being just that, like for Ahsoka Tano. I understand her forehead is supposed to be high, but now being printed on 2 different pieces, her forehead has a ridge!

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  7. i actualy like it like that

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