12/22/10

LEGO Star Wars Minifigures: Luminara Unduli


Luminara Unduli is exclusive to set 7896, Battle for Geonosis. This is a new version of Luminara who last appeared in set 7260, Wookie Catamaran.

Minifigure Parts and Accessories
Luminara is made up of four parts: a head piece, head, torso, and leg assembly.

The head piece appears to be a new mold, different from the part that appeared with sw116.

The head is a new female print in light flesh with almond shaped eyes and purple lips. The head is dual-sided with the second head-print showing Luminara with goggles.

The torso and arms are black with flesh hands. The torso print is nicely detailed showing off her amulet and belts.

The hips and legs are black with print on both. The leg print is only on the front of the figure.

The accessory for this figure is a green lightsaber. Again the lightsaber does not light up as with sw116.

Comparing the figures to the reference photo on the right would suggest that LEGO captured many of the details quite well.The skin tone could have been darker, but otherwise is a good match.

Army Building Potential
The ABP for this figure is low. This character was distinctive and singular.

Big Draw
The entire figure has parts that have a lot of custom potential. Aside from the lightsaber, all of the main parts are desirable.

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

4 comments:

  1. Torso and legs is perfect for Frost from MK. Looks Like I'm gonna have to revive that project.

    -Omi

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  2. It does look a little like her from the movie, but nowadays the only lego star wars sets are based on that stupid new tv show!! I never buy any lego star wars now.

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  3. I actually like this one more than the old version just because of all the detail now put into the figure. It's nice to see the flesh tone as well to allow for head to not seem off in other places.
    -Apples

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  4. @ Spence...

    Might want to give that 'stupid TV show' a chance. It's better than the prequels and quite addictive. Seriously.

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