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Star Wars Angry Birds Death Star Game With Exclusive Chewie Figure By Hasbro New For Sale
Star Wars Angry Birds Death Star Game with exclusive Chewie figure by Hasbro
Free shipping in the United States. International shipping also available. For customers ordering from outside of the United States, please scroll to the bottom of this listing for International shipping information.Product Description:
Get ready for an intergalactic battle with Angry Birds Star Wars when you and a friend take on Darth Vader and his porky pals!
Take turns trying to topple the Empire with this awesome Jenga Death Star game.
Load your X-Wing Fighter launcher with your Luke Skywalker, Han Solo or Chewbacca birds for an epic squawk attack against the Death Star.
Which one of you will knock the Darth Vader and Stormtrooper pigs' block off and bring the Death Star crashing down? There's only one way to find out!
Angry Birds Star Wars Jenga game lets you launch birds at the Death Star! Stack the Jenga blocks to make the Death Star!
Includes X-Wing Fighter launcher.
Load your Luke Skywalker, Han Solo or Chewbacca birds and launch them! Chewbacca figure is exclusive.
Includes Darth Vader and 4 Stormtrooper pigs!
Includes Death Star Frame, Luke Skywalkerr Bird, Han Solo Bird, Chewbacca Bird, Darth Vader Pig, 4 Stormtrooper Pigs, X-Wing Fighter Launcher, 31 plastic Jenga Blocks, 1 lock block, die, base, label sheet and game guide/setup card.
Ages 8 and up.
For 1 to 2 players.
Adult assembly required.
CAUTION: Do Not aim at eyes or face.
To avoid injury: Use only figures designed for this product. Do not modify figures or figure launcher.
The first Death Star.
"Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed."
A Death Star was a moon-sized Imperial military battlestation armed with a planet-destroying superlaser.
The Death Stars, whose concept had been explored even before the Clone Wars, were the first in a long series of superweapons developed to execute the Tarkin Doctrine. The Death Star was designed to allow Emperor Palpatine to more directly control the Galactic Empire through fear. In most instances, a Death Star was to be commanded by a Moff.
One Death Star was completely built by the Empire, with a second and third one never reaching full completion, as well as a prototype being in existence. In addition, a scaled-down version, the Tarkin, and a Hutt knockoff, the Darksaber, would be created by the Empire and Durga the Hutt, respectively.
Both Death Stars were destroyed by the Rebel Alliance shortly after they became operational. The first Death Star was destroyed by Luke Skywalker, with the help of Han Solo, and the second Death Star was destroyed by Wedge Antilles and Lando Calrissian.
At some point after the second's destruction, the Rebel Alliance also
attacked and destroyed a third Death Star. Following their destruction,
other planet-devastating superweapons followed, including the Galaxy Gun, the Sun Crusher, and the World Devastators.
Bail: "Surely there's nothing new about a space fortress."
Tion: "I don't mean a mere orbital gun platform, Your
Majesty. This is a machine of war such as the universe has never known.
It's colossal, the size of a class-four moon. And it possesses
firepower unequaled in the history of warfare."
Leia: "And this, this flying pillbox is going to make you a member of the Imperial elite?"
Tion: "More than a pillbox, Princess. It boasts a Prime Weapon capable of destroying entire planets."
―Bail Organa, Tion and Leia Organa
The first Death Star fires its superlaser.
The Death Stars, the Galactic Empire's ultimate terror weapons, were
battle stations several hundred kilometers in diameter and mounting a
directed energy superlaser
capable of completely destroying a planet with a single shot along with
15000 lasers, ion, turbolasers batteries, and heavy turbolasers in all
plus an additional 768 tractor beam emplacements. However, the first
Death Star's defenses were not tight enough to stop starfighters from penetrating them.
The first Death Star was 160 kilometers in diameter, while the second Death Star was 900 kilometers in diameter.
Much of its interior space was devoted to systems required to maintain
its massive superlaser and power plant. At the heart of each Death Star
was a gigantic hypermatter
reactor, which possessed an output equal to that of several
main-sequence stars. Within this chamber burned a reaction of prodigious
proportions, fed by stellar fuel bottles lining its periphery.
Splitting the station into two equal hemispheres was a huge
equatorial trench approximately 503 kilometers in length for the first
Death Star and 2,827 kilometers for the second Death Star. This area of
the station housed most of the major landing bays, drive thrusters,
sensor arrays and tractor beam systems. Halfway between the equator and
each pole were two supplementary trenches. The Death Star was divided
into 24 zones, 12 per hemisphere, each controlled by a "bridge". To
further organize the immense amount of activity aboard, there were
specific "sectors" denoting function. These included the General,
Command, Military, Security, Service, and Technical sectors.
A drydock on one of the Death Stars
Since service onboard the Death Star was a long-term affair, the
station maintained a number of civilian amenities to make the time
aboard a deep space station more comfortable. Parks, shopping centers,
recreation areas, and taverns such as the Hard Heart Cantina could be found in the general sectors of the station.
Facilitating the Death Star's realspace propulsion were a network of powerful ion engines
that transformed reactor power into needed thrust. In order for the
Death Star to be a deadly threat, it needed to be mobile. Using linked
banks of 123 hyperdrive
field generators tied into a single navigational matrix, the Death Star
could travel across the Galaxy at superluminal velocities. The
incredible energies harnessed by the station combined with its great
mass gave the Death Star magnetic and artificial gravitational fields
equal to those found on orbital bodies many times greater in size.
The Death Star's superlaser derived power directly from the
hypermatter reactor. Its faceted amplification crystal combined the
destructive power of eight separate tributary beams into one single
blast with the intensity of a stellar core. After firing a blast,
though, the Imperial engineers had to recharge the reactor, which took
at least 24 standard hours. Though the energy output of this blast could
be scaled to fire at smaller targets such as capital ships,
as was the case during the Rebel assault on the second Death Star, the
two major instances in which the superlaser was fired were at full power
at planetary bodies.
The Death Star's interior followed two orientations. Those areas
closest to the surface were built with concentric decks with gravity
oriented towards the Death Star's core. Past this shell of surface
"sprawls", the Death Star's interior had stacked decks with gravity
pointing toward the station's southern pole.
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Star Wars Angry Birds Death Star Game With Exclusive Chewie Figure By Hasbro New: $40