Gha Nachkt (Ambush On The Vulture's Claw) , The Clone Wars Collection, 2009
Gha Nachkt (Ambush On The Vulture's Claw)
- Articulation Count: 11
- Articulation Details: Head, 2 shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, 2 legs, 2 ball-jointed ankels
- Accessory Count: 1
- Accessory Details: Blaster
This Gha Nachkt figure was released in the "Ambush On The Vulture's Claw" battlepack in late August 2009. The character appeared in two episodes of the first season of the Clone Wars, "Downfall Of A Droid" and "Duel Of The Droids".
The figure has a total of eleven joints, most notably missing a swivel joint in the waist. Gha Nachkt seems to have the correct height, but the on-screen character looked to be even wider in appearance than this figure. The overall look and feel though is great and resembles the on-screen Gha Nachkt character quite well.
The paint application is very well done, because there is a lot of dirt on the figure's belly, which is probably due to the fact that Gha Nachkt wipes his hands there after working on some of his droids. Gha Nachkt's skin has different shades of brown, including some nice reddish colors around the elbows and his nose which adds a more realistic look. The figure has no problems standing on his own and doesn't need a stand for additional support. The only accessory included with the figure was a blaster, which Gha Nachkt can hold with his right hand, but not with his left.
All things considered, this is a cool figure which hasn't been done before. If you are looking for some character variety in your Clone Wars set up or if you like exotic aliens, this figure is for you!
R2-D2 is lost during a space battle, and Anakin is determined to find him. The Jedi spots a Trandoshan scavenger ship near the debris field, but the ship's shady oprator, Gha Nachkt, denies finding an R2 unit. Anakin and his Padawan Ahsoka encounter plenty of deception and danger as they search the salvage vessel for Artoo.
The Trandoshan trader secretly makes a deal with General Grievous to deliver R2-D2.