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ETA-2 Obi-Wans Jedi Starfighter Paper Model

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During the Battle of Coruscant, Obi-Wan Kenobi and his former Padawan Anakin Skywalker embark on their most important mission. Both Jedi are instructed to rescue Chancellor Palpatine from the hands of the Separatists. Side by side the two Jedi battle their way through until they have fulfilled their dangerous mission. Like the young Skywalker, Obi-Wan also has the use of an Eta-2, one with dark red markings. The Eta-2 Jedi starfighter is the most highly developed fighter ever built. At 12,000 kph it reaches a speed that few enemies can equal. The starfighter, much smaller and lighter than its predecessors and therefore more manoeuvrable, is capable of hyperspace travel with the aid of a hyperdrive ring. The pilot is aided by an astromech droid. Due to its small size and low weight the Jedi starfighter is capable of dare-devil, death-defying manoeuvres… [revell]

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