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Grand Admiral Thrawn

Sixth Scale Figure by Sideshow Collectibles

Limited Edition: 1500      

Product Summary

A consummate strategist, Grand Admiral Thrawn likened combat to art and was an aficionado of both. Recognized long ago by his people, the Chiss, Thrawn's greatest weapon was his mind. His tactics were controversial in their boldness, and his activities within the Chiss Expansionary Defense Fleet drew many a concerned, glowing red eye.

The rest of the galaxy made first contact with the Chiss when a taskforce dispatched by Palpatine stumbled upon Thrawn's fleet. The young blue-skinned commander was able to decimate the intruders despite inferior weapons and numbers. The taskforce's commander, Kinman Doriana, asked Thrawn for a parley. The two conversed, and Doriana was able to appeal to Thrawn's cool sense of logic and order. He outlined his mission - to destroy the incoming Outbound Flight vessel - to Thrawn, spelling out the threat that this vessel filled with Jedi Masters posed to the Chiss people. Thrawn completed the mission that Doriana failed and destroyed the Outbound Flight project. Returning to Csilla, Thrawn was reprimanded for his hostilities, and eventually, his activities caused him to be altogether banished from the Chiss.

The Chiss's loss became Palpatine's gain, and despite a strong policy against non-human officers in the Imperial Navy, Thrawn ascended the Imperial ranks. Before long, Thrawn attained command of an Imperial Star Destroyer, the Vengeance. His star continued to rise unabated, and he achieved the rank of Vice Admiral and earned Vader's respect and access to his secret Noghri army. After helping dispose of the traitorous Grand Admiral Zaarin, Thrawn ascended to Grand Admiral rank himself.

Thrawn's genius manifested itself best in constructing strategies from mere fragments of information. Thrawn was able to locate one of Palpatine's fabled storehouses, and there, found the technology necessary to begin growing a clone army. He found vessels for this army by discovering the long lost Katana Fleet. He recruited the maddened dark Jedi Joruus C'baoth and used his Force talents to better coordinate his scattered strikes. He also began to secure secret caches of cloned agents throughout the galaxy, ready to answer his call.

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Product Details

Star Wars
Sixth Scale Figure
Sideshow Collectibles
Product Size
12" H (304.8mm)*
Box Size
7.00" H (177.8mm) x 13.00" W (330.2mm) x 17.00" L (431.8mm)*
Product Weight
3.00 lbs (1.36 kg)*
Est. Shipping Weight
3.00 lbs (1.36 kg)*
Dimensional Weight
7.0000 lbs*
Int'l Dim. Weight
10.0000 lbs*
Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more »

Product Sku

Michael Allen, Jared Chapman, Andy Bergholtz, Tim Hanson, Bernardo Esquivel, Jesse Lincoln, Tom Gilliland, The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team

© 2009 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.

What's in the Box?

The Grand Admiral Thrawn Sixth Scale Figure features:

  • Authentic likeness of Admiral Thrawn
  • Fully articulated Pro male body with 30+ points of articulation
  • Shirt
  • Pants
  • Boots
  • Belt
  • Rank badge
  • Blaster pistol
  • Yasalamir
  • 2 sets of interchangeable hands
  • 12-inch Figure Display Base with 'Star Wars' logo

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Yep, he's blue!

Decided on the regular addition rather than the exclusive making this figure the only non-exclusive in my collection. Why? Didn't feel the need to spend the extra money on a throne. Should've had the option to buy a throne like the Emperor. Otherwise, still 5 stars for the detail.

Don't be blue . . . to a Thrawn that's true.

Even without his Thrawn chair, this guy is most impressive. He will bring a strong imperial presence to any shelf and is guaranteed to be the meanest looking blue guy in your collection. Plus, you could always just pay for Yasalamir and consider the Grand Admiral to be a really nice bonus.

heir to the empire

I picked this one up yesterday. It had great detail of the face and the uniform. Bring on more of the Empire! Keep it up Sideshow!


Really liked this figure the shading on his skin looks great. the only issue is the Yslaraaimi <-sp I wish it would have had some articulation to it. Also the view screen on the chair would have looked amazing if it could have lit up. otherwise a fantastic piece.