#DailyFigure No. 72 - Star Wars 30th Anniversary Collection C-3PO from C-3PO & Salacious Crumb 2-pack. This 2007 figure is a retool of the excellent The Saga Collection Endor C-3PO from 2006 (which in turn was a retool of the 2005 Revenge of the Sith C-3PO). I consider the 2006 version to be one of, if not my favorite C-3PO sculpt Hasbro has done. For this release, however, Threepio gets a new head with a pop-out eye feature. Because the eye has to be pushed out from the back, it consequently looks very strange from the backside when you return it into the socket. The green paint is meant to represent Jabba's spit, which is a fun touch even though Threepio didn't have the slime and the pop-out eye at the same time. The vac metal paint looks nice combined with the slime, and the articulation is plenty adequate for this release. For added play value, you can also pull out Threepio's arms (though it is unclear why this is). The included Salacious Crumb is also a fun inclusion to reenact their encounter in the movie. As an addendum to your definitive C-3PO, this is a cool release to have. But if you're looking for a singular, definitive version of the character, the 2006 release will do the trick. #Hasbro#StarWars#ActionFigures#Toys#StarWarsFigures#StarWarsToys#ActionFigurePhotography#StarWarsCollectibles#DailyStarWarsFigure#VictoriasCantina#ReturnOfTheJedi#C3PO#SeeThreepio#Threepio#SalaciousCrumb#JabbaTheHutt
We got a little victory as well. This big boy finally learned how to drink on his own . he didn't had a water bowl in his enclosure for over 6 years.
The boy who owned him gave him water by dipping his face in a glass of water once a day (don't even get me started on that). Needless to say he was scared of death and wanted nothing to do with anything liquid. I really took the time too let him get used to water and slowly he would drink a few waterdrops off my hand.
We've come a long way but i never expected to see him drink on his own