The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Uruk-hai Berserker Premium Format Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: Switch-out left hand with severed head
The Uruk-Hai Berserker Premium Format figure is a stunning 1:4 scale museum quality piece. Sword in hand and riddled with arrows, the Uruk-Hai Berserker stands 23 inches tall atop the display base, captured in the heat of battle. Each figure is cast in high-quality polystone, hand-finished and hand-painted. Each base is then individually hand-numbered for authenticity. This stunning figure is an outstanding addition to any The Lord of the Rings collection.
Product Specifications License: The Lord of the Rings Product Type: Premium Format Figure Product Size: 23" H (584.2mm) x 12" W (304.8mm) x 16" D (406.4mm)* Product Weight: 12.00 lbs (5.44 kg)* Box Size: 25.00" H (635mm) x 14.00" W (355.6mm) x 18.00" L (457.2mm)* Est. Shipping Weight: 12.00 lbs (5.44 kg)*
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Artist: The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
A new, fearless breed of Orc born in the Third Age of Middle-earth, the Uruk-Hai were created by the wizard Saruman and dispatched under their captain, Lurtz, to scout out and lay hold of the One Ring. The Uruk-Hai are larger, stronger and even more fearsome than the Orcs bred before them.
Of all the divisions of Saruman's vast Uruk-Hai army to lay siege to Helm's Deep, the Berserkers were perhaps the most terrifying. Painted with the emblem of their lord, shaved bald and blood-smeared, these crazed warriors, largest of the Uruk-Hai, wore minimal covering and simple tight-fitting helmets smeared with the White Hand of their master Saruman. Expendable in their numbers and not expected to live, their main purpose was to break through the enemy lines and strike terror into their foes, buying time for their armored comrades to gain the walls of the fortress.