The starter set from series one contained one random common battle figure, along with a preset lineup. Also in the starter set was an instructional CD-ROM, and a checklist for series one. A "Battle Case" was released with Series one, and included a limited edition Clone Sergeant, along with a new set of rules for "Capture the Flag." Also released were larger figures called Battle Masters, with a greater point value. Series one consisted of Boga and an AT-RT; Boga had a "Striking Tail" while the AT-RT fired four small missiles.
Series 2 had two starter sets, each containing one random common battle figure from series two, along with a preset mix of figures, an instructional CD-ROM (version 2), and a checklist for series two. Series Two's mega Republic Gunship introduced a special "tether" function where the Gunship could be detached from the base and 'fly' up to an 8-inch limit from the base. This feature allowed the player attack distant targets while keeping the base out of range of opponents, and also appeared in a later Boba Fett figure.
Series 3's release date was January 2006. This series introduced a new type of attack with the Tusken Warlord's "Prodder" or "Poker" attack. The weapon jumps out of the barrel, just far enough to make contact, but never leaves the figure.
Series 4 saw the figure list drop to 18 figures, and eliminated the Common rarity, packing 1 of 6 Rares and 1 of 12 Super Rare figures in each booster. Preview images of a Series 4 starter set showed a set containing Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Tusken Warlord, Luke Skywalker, and Darth Vader. However, the final version included Han Solo, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, and Greedo. Series 4 also had a repainted Republic Gunship. There was also an "Intergalactic Showdown" pack which included the AT-RT, Luke, and Darth Vader alongside Transformers figures Omega Sentinel, Optimus Prime and Megatron.
Pictures of upcoming Series 3 figures have also been shown at Star Wars Celebration IV. Hasbro has officially announced that they are taking a break from making Attacktix for a while.
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