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I'll sum up what I've presented here as facts. Unfortunatly I cannot, or at this point rather don't want to, prove them with pictures or by naming sources. So I guess you'll have to take my word for it.
1.) Lego will change the battlepacks to include both sides. The reason behind this is that they want "conflict in a box". The kids should be able to spend they're allowance on a small set and be able to do battles with just that set. As it is now they need to buy both battle packs to do that.
One battle pack is an Endor Battle pack with 2 rebel troopers, 1 scout trooper with a speeder and a storm trooper as well as a tree with a flickfire launcher.
The other Battle pack is a CW battlepack featuring 2 Commando Droids, 1 ARC Trooper and one ARF Trooper. The Structure is a small republic artillery Cannon.
2.) There will be a total of 11 Lego Star Wars sets in stores in 1st half year of 2012. This includes 2 Special Edition (Store exclusives) sets and 3 sets from a new concept but excludes any UCS sets, polybags or any other promos.
Of theese sets 6 will be OT, 2 CW, 1 EP III and 2 EP I sets
3.) The new concept is a sort of collectible that are standalone but may expand on each other. The set includes a display stand a minifigure and buildable parts of which one can be displayed either standing or hanging. The price of theese sets will be $9.99/€9.99. There will be three of theese sets released per half year.
In the first wave one is clearly OT and the other two could be said is Episode I. But the concept is more Star Wars in general than related to a specific movie.
4.) The Queen Amidala fig will not be released in the first half year. But I guess that's no suprise as the fig shown at comic con was a pretty rough prototype.
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