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Ugnaught (Carbon Freezing Chamber) 28, The Legacy Collection, 2009
Ugnaught (Carbon Freezing Chamber)
- Toy Line: The Legacy Collection
- Retailer Exclusive: No
- Variation Pictured: No
- Date Stamp: 2008
- Released: 2009
- Articulation Count: 12
- Articulation Details: Ball-jointed neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel upper arms, waist, 2 legs, 2 ball-jointed knees
- Accessory Count: 2
- Accessory Details: White carry case, carbon freezing panel
This Ugnaught figure was released during The Legacy Collection in November 2009. This specific Ugnaught can be seen in The Empire Strikes Back in several different scenes on Bespin.
This figure, just like the previously released Ugnaught figure, has 12 joints, only lacking articulated ankles. However, there are no balancing issues. The accessories included are identical as well, but this time there is no removable hard-plastic skirt since it's a completely different sculpt. The carry case fits very tightly into both of the Ugnaught's hands and won't fall out when you reposition the figure. The head sculpt is fantastic with plenty of details on the pig-like face, including the Ugnaught's fangs. The pouches and the tools on the belt are part of the mold and can't be removed.
The paint application on the Ugnaught is fantastic. There is subtle dirt on the front and back of the figure, but instead of just being black spots it's done in a way so that it's realistic and rusty looking. It's believable, and feels like as if this guy is actually working in a factory-like environment. All in all, this Ugnaught figure is as good as it gets for Ugnaughts and if you are looking to expand your Carbon Freezing diorama, or need a cool background alien for a Bespin display, you should add this figure to your collection.
On Cloud City, Ugnaughts operate the carbon-freeze chambers that are typically used to freeze Tibanna gas but can also freeze living matter. Ugnaughts work in Bespin’s Tibanna gas processing plants or as general laborers in the city.