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Here's the latest installment in our ongoing special report, "Who's Left?" where we're taking a look at all of the characters that Hasbro hasn't gotten to yet from the six movies. Earlier this week, we compiled our list of over seventy-five unmade characters from Revenge of the Sith! Now it's time to take a look at some of the characters from that list that we'd like to see plastic first. I’m joined by Paul Harrison from Jedi Temple Archives, Dan Curto from Rebelscum, Jim Cole from Droids & Ewoks, and Pat Newell from Imperial Shipyards in this very special report.

BD 3000
"I am dumbfounded that Hasbro has not gotten BD 3000 on their product lists to date. Interestingly, "she" would have been a perfect Build-A-Droid candidate should that line have continued, but even so, we should really have this service droid by now. Sleek and sexy, bright and colorful, droids with an even more humanoid form than C-3PO get put at the top of my list! It may be hard to design her since her feet look to be so tiny (or maybe because she is wearing high heels), but I still think Hasbro should make her. (At the very worst, she could come with a stand like WA-7 did.)" (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

"One of the strangest droids in that galaxy far, far away...this one has been on many wishlists over the years, and has even shown up in The Clone Wars. Plus, there are various colors to make...sort of an army builder figure?" (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

Coleman Kcaj
"It would be nice to see the last remaining member of the Jedi Council made into an action figure. It could also serve as a nice upgrade to Pablo-Jill, the identical Ongree Jedi from the arena battle who received a figure back in 2004 that definitely had some room for improvement. We could also get a holographic version when Hasbro needs to do a repaint wave." (David Delgado, Echo Base Forums)

"The last member of the Jedi Council to still need a figure. If Hasbro ever gets around to making him, I'm hoping they include his council chair along with a lightsaber." (Jim Cole, Droids & Ewoks)

Cin Drallig
"Cin Dralling, the swordsmaster known in the real world as Nick Gillard who was the film's Stunt Coordinator, definitely needs his own figure. Not only did he teach Hayden and Ewan how to battle with their lightsabers, he gets to be a Jedi in his own right, with a fantastic backstory to go with it. The Jedi Temples definitely need a Cin Dralling roaming their halls!" (Pat Newell, Imperial Shipyards)

Eeusu Estornii
"This is a very unique character I actually had no idea about until I did the research to compile our "Who's Left?" list earlier in the week, and man is she freaky looking. I was completely blown away when I first saw the pictures of this character, who was supposedly in attendance at Padme's funeral at the end of the movie. This would be one interesting looking action figure and definitely one of the coolest (and weirdest) choices left from Episode III." (David Delgado, Echo Base Forums)

"I couldn't tell you one thing about this Star Wars character other than she freaks me out. And if a character has the capability to do that to me, then she is worthy of plastic immortality. There are debates to whether or not she was actually in the film. I have heard that she can be seen during Padme's funeral. But it wouldn't be the first time that Hasbro created a deleted scene figure and she is one I most definitely want." (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

Fang Zar
"While probably a pretty boring "action" figure, this guy has one of those "face is a map of the world" type of faces...which would probably be a lot of fun to sculpt, I'd think. Definitely a unique choice." (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

Jeswi Ele & Shia Letap
"Jeswi Ele, the female youngling, would be great for any collector's display. Female characters are lacking to begin with, and one so small would be great for customizers out there. Package her with perhaps Shia Letap, another female youngling, and you have a winning pair!" (Pat Newell, Imperial Shipyards)

J'oopi She
"This is such a cool looking alien species and Hasbro created some of its best headsculpts in the entire line for skiff guards Giran and Wooof from Return of the Jedi. It would be really cool to see this variety of Nikto appear in the line again with Jedi Master J'oopi She." (David Delgado, Echo Base Forums)

"J'oopi She, a Nikto Jedi, would look great in plastic form. I love Jedi/Sith, and the more the merrier, I say. We have a ton of human Jedi/Sith, and the alien species are creeping in more and more, so let's get us a Nikto!" (Pat Newell, Imperial Shipyards)

Maneeli Tuun
"While probably not a strong seller, the Polis Massan figure from Episode III was one of my absolute favorites...the detailed sculpting and deco were really great, and these guys are worthy of being revisited." (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

"We could really use a new Wookiee warrior in the line, and Merumeru's the coolest of them all with that unique costume, ferocious face, and towering build. The generic Wookiee warrior from 2005 was really good six years ago, but now it's time for a completely new figure. Let's see Merumeru first (and a Tarrful resculpt too, please)!" (David Delgado, Echo Base Forums)

"Come on already! How in the world do we not have this Wookiee leader yet? I saw the costume to this character live at the "Where Science Meets Imagination" exhibit in Philadelphia and was mesmerized (or "merumerurized") by the sheer size of this Wookiee. He has ornate details in his costume and a unique look to his face. Hasbro needs to find a way to make great non-Chewbacca Wookiee action figures and once they do, Merumeru should be next on the list. But Wookiees have been getting the shaft lately with Hasbro. It's time to really start making a whole bunch again (and movie specific ones, not generic ones)." (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

"Simply put, we need more Wookiees!!! Any or all of them will do, but I picked Merumeru over the others because he definitely stands out in a crowd of fur! Plus, this is even a potential to use parts for a super-articulated Tarrful, which would rock! Star Wars needs more BIG guys!" (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

Nute Gunray
"Okay, I have admitted it. I love Neimoidians and I must have a super-articulated Nute Gunray soon. I really liked his appearance in Episode I, but his Episode III costume is unique and I think it would be a great choice. Between the cowardice of his character and the ornate costume, this version of Nute Gunray may not be the best-selling version, but I think there would be enough collectors to support it." (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

"It's actually surprising that haven't gotten this figure yet. Nute was a big player in The Phantom Menace, and his evil plans continued throughout the prequel trilogy until he finally got his on Mustafar. But since he's gotten figures from Episode I and II already, surely it's time for an Episode III version?" (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

"It's amazing that Hasbro hasn't made an Episode III figure of Viceroy Gunray yet. If you have seen the prequel trilogy, I don't need to explain to you how important Nute is to the movies and to the Confederacy of Independent Systems. I'm not sure what kind of accessory this figure could come with, but just the figure alone would be a nice addition to an Episode III collection." (Jim Cole, Droids & Ewoks)

Veedaz Awmetth

"I probably can't come up with a good reason that I want to see this character made into an action figure. He's just cool and I love the shiny red head how he has a Sith-like familiarity. If my memory serves me right, I believe he was rumored to be the "helpful alien" that ended up becoming Tion Medon in Episode III. At any rate, Awmetth is one distinct alien and while he wasn't prominently featured in the film, there are great shots of him in The Visual Dictionary of Episode III." (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

Padme Amidala (Buns Hairdo)
"Who doesn't want to see Princess Leia's mother don a hairdo like her daughter? If you say "not you" then you are a liar. How cool is it when we see little bits of homage-paying in the Prequel Trilogy towards the Original Trilogy. Like many other characters, I think Hasbro missed a boat of opportunity with this figure and it's quite a shame that we still don't have her after more than five years since Episode III came out. If they "forward think" this figure, they may be able to knock out a few other similar dark blue outfits Padme wore in Episode III, so we hope they do it right. But a half a decade is long enough! Let's see her already!" (Paul Harrison, Jedi Temple Archives)

Padme Amidala (Peacock Dress)
"Out of all the Padme dresses left to make in Episode III, this one is probably the most ornate and would be great to see turned into an action figure. Again, not the most exciting "action" figure, but as we have seen with the recent Padme figures in the past few years, Hasbro can really knock these out of the park! I think this one would be a good challenge for them!" (Dan Curto, Rebelscum)

We'd like to thank our contributors for their insight! Any of the choices listed above would certainly be welcome additions to the line. We hope you've enjoyed this very special report, and come back next Friday when we'll be taking a look at Revenge of the Sith!

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