|Naboo Fighter Pilot|
- 2007 Variant
The 2007 variant of the Naboo Fighter Pilot has brown legs, and a dark grey belt. He has a tan printed torso and brown hands. His torso depicts a tan coat with a dark grey belt and breeches with a black bag at the left. The Naboo Fighter Pilot has a light flesh head with two eyes and a mouth. He has a brown pilot helmet with dark grey goggles.
- 2011 Variant
The 2011 Variant of the Naboo Fighter Pilot has red legs, torso, and maroon arms. This depicts a red jumpsuit over a jacket with a belt, breeches, and pouch like that of the 2007 variant. This variant has brown hands and helmet, and dark grey goggles. His face is light flesh, and has black eyes with white printings, black eyebrows, a frowning mouth, and a light tan coloured line below his mouth. This variant is equipped with a blaster and some handcuffs.
The 2015 Variant of the Naboo Fighter Pilot is based in the Ric Olie character, the pilot from the Naboo Royal Strar Ship. He has dark red legs, and orange arms. This has the orenge jacket and brown hands. This includes in the set 75092 Naboo Starfighter.
In Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace and Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, The Naboo Fighter Pilot were the fighter pilots of the Naboo army. In Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, some of them went with the queen to Coruscant while others stayed home at Naboo. When Padmé Amidala attacked Theed Palace, Obi-Wan Kenobi rescued several Naboo Fighter Pilots who then attacked the Droid Control Ship in Naboo N-1 Starfighters. In Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, some pilots went with Padmé to Coruscant.
They are the pilots of the Naboo N-1 Starfighters. They help protect the planet of Naboo in space and above cities.
- One of the actors who appeared in The Phantom Menace as Naboo Starfighter Pilot, Richard Armitage would go to play Thorin in The Hobbit films.
- 7660 Naboo N-1 Starfighter and Vulture Droid
- 7877 Naboo Starfighter
- 9674 Naboo Starfighter & Naboo
- 75092 Naboo Starfighter
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