• The massive AT-AT walkers need skilled drivers to handle them efficiently in battle. AT-AT drivers are experts at operating these ground assault vehicles to keep them moving over rough tterrain while pounding their targets with laser cannon fire.
• The AT-AT driver is an all new figure and features a removable helmet with 14 points of articulation including: ball joint shoulders, elbow, torso, knees and ankles, plus swivel hip and gloves/wrists and a ball socket neck.
• The AT-AT Driver has seen a total of 7 releases over the history of the Star Wars action figure line they are:
- 1980 Vintage
- 1997 POTF2 (Imperial AT-AT Walker pack-in figure)
- 1998 POTF2/Freeze Frame (Star Wars Fan Club Exclusive)
- 2006 TSC #009
- 2006 TSC #009 (Ultimate Galactic Hunt)
- 2006 TSC (Endor AT-AT pack-in figure)
- 2009 LC BD49
• Although the figure's overall design is quite accurate, there is a discrepancy in the helmet's crest deco as it is missing the red arrow stripe on the back (arrow can be see in the movie photo on the figure's card back.)
• Most of the photos above were taken of a possible error or variant for this figure. Note that in this photo the absence of the black horizontal cheek stripes - stripes which should be present. Both of these figures were purchased within 2 weeks of each other - the more accurate version (with stripes) was purchased later.
• Accessories: Removable helmet and BlasTech E-11 Blaster Rifle
• There is a packaging variant for this figure where the figure is packaged wearing the helmet. The version shown above is with the helmet packed separately in the bubble tray.
• The packaging for this figure includes a call-out sticker to promote the 2009 Eopie with Qui-Gon Jinn Mailaway Offer.
• Build-A-Droid part: Includes the torso for HK-50.