Ki-Adi-Mundi Order of the Jedi 12 Inch Figure

Jay Cochran - July 10, 2008
Item Number: 2154

Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Est. Ship Date: 4th Qtr 2008

Limited Edition: TBD

Product Summary

Sideshow Domestic Web Exclusive
Within the United States, this product is available only from Sideshow Collectibles.

The Ki-Adi-Mundi 12 inch Figure features:

- Fully articulated male body (Art S. Buck body) with 30+ points of articulation
- Tunic
- Pants
- Robe
- Boots
- Detailed belt
- Ignited and unlit lightsabers
- 12-inch Figure Display Base with Star Wars logo

Product Specifications
License: Star Wars
Product Type: 12 inch Figure
Product Size: 12" H (304.8mm)*
Product Weight: 3.00 lbs (1.36 kg)*
Box Size: 17.00" H (431.8mm) x 9.00" W (228.6mm) x 6.00" L (152.4mm)*
Est. Shipping Weight: 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*

* Product size and weight are approximate values. Est. Ship Weight is an estimated value for U.S. shipping calculated by item, box and shipping materials. International (non-EU) shipping costs are based on dimensional weight, click here for more information.

Artist: The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team

Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Product Backstory
When Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn reported a Sith attack during the events surrounding the Battle of Naboo, Ki-Adi-Mundi expressed shock at the notion. "Impossible," he remarked, "the Sith have been extinct for a millennium." Failing to recognize the gravity of the Sith menace, the Jedi suffered the loss of Qui-Gon, a well respected member and valiant defender of the Jedi Order. Ki-Adi-Mundi journeyed to Naboo to attend Jinn's somber funeral and also attended the jubilant celebration that marked the planet's liberation.

A decade later, Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi continues to serve on the Council. He was present during one of the gravest crises ever to face the Jedi order: the Separatist movement that threatened to split the Republic. Along with several other Jedi, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns throughout the galaxy, attempting to stop the spread of the Separatist forces.

During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone Wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marines, helmed by clone Commander Bacara. He stayed in touch with Coruscant as the Jedi Council was experiencing the changes initiated by Chancellor Palpatine. He grew wary of the Chancellor and his bids for increased executive power. When the upper tier of the Jedi Council -- himself, Yoda and Mace Windu -- discussed a possible course of action to remove the Chancellor, Ki-Adi-Mundi advised that the Jedi order would have to take control of the Senate in the interim, to ensure a secure transition of power. Taken out of context, such discourse would be branded treason -- it was a disturbing sign at just how unstable the democracy of the Republic had become.

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