R2-D2 and C-3PO have been dumped by their smuggler master on the desert planet of Ingo. As luck would have it, they meet the racing team of Thall Joben and Jord Dusat, who are desperate to find an Astromech droid to use in their 'White Witch' speeder. Unfortunately, the racers get too close to Tig Fromm's secret base and are set upon by the infamous gang leader's private army of war-droids. Unexpected help comes from the female freedom fighter Kea Moll.
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Did You Know?
Product placement: three A-Wings, first seen in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
(1983) but not released as a toy until the Droids line in 1985, can be spotted during the opening scene. A smaller vehicle released in the Droid line, the ATL INterceptor, can briefly be spotted facing the Triggon One after it lifts off. See more
Vlix has three nostrils, but the one in the middle disappears or is not colored in for few frames during several of his close-ups. See more
What a perilous chain of events. We're lost in a game of chance to a new master, who turns out to be a smuggler. Then we're tossed overboard with the stolen goods whilst he gets himself arrested. Now this wretched salt storm...