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Star Wars the Clone Wars Zillo Beast

One of the most popular of the early episodes is the Zillo Beast. A creature of mass destruction, these creatures are native to Malastare, and were considered a threat by all Dugs. Dugs were the technological superior of Malastare, but more important was their fuel supply, which was abundant. Dugs fought Zillo's by using their fuel as a poison, which effected the Zillos quickly. However, after the Zillo-Dug wars, the Dugs believed that one was still alive.

During the Clone Wars, the Separatists invaded Malastare in order to gain control of the fuel. This would give the Republic a high disadvantage, so they went after them. During the battle, the Republic tested a new Ion bomb. However, it made the area collapse, exposing a cavern a few miles wide. Inside was the last remaining Zillo. When Anakin and Mace Windu went to explore the cavern, the Zillo awoke and began rampaging the area. When the Dugs tried to poison it, it climbed out. They now had a serious problem.

In response to the rampaging Zillo, the Republic brought out their Stun Tanks.

Even with the tanks helping, the Zillo was too powerful, and caused a lot of damage before they could bring him down. When it finally fell, it fell unconscious, giving the imitation to be dead that the Republic wanted. Believing it to be dead, the Dugs allowed to Republic to take it away.

When the Zillo was subdued, they took the Zillo to a laboratory on Coruscant. During the battle, the Jedi noticed that normal blasters, portable or tanks, had no effect on the Zillo. This got Palpatines attention, and he gave orders as to which lab to bring it.

This set comes with five minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, two Phase I Clone Troopers, and two Dug Engineers.

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4/29/2014 - No Update - Set reaches 100 supporters

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