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|Theme = [[Star Wars]]|Theme2 = ''[[Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones|Episode II: Attack of the Clones]]''{{si}}''[[Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith|Episode III: Revenge of the Sith]]''
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|Variations =R4-P17 {{C|''Episode II''}}<br />R4-P17 {{C|''Episode III''}}<br />{{C|''Episode II 2nd variant''}} <br />R4-P17 {{C|Large head}}
 
* See [[Astromech Droid]]
 
* See [[Astromech Droid]]
 
|Accessories =
 
|Accessories =
|Years =[[2002]], [[2005]] - [[2007]], [[2011]]
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|Years =[[2002]], [[2005]]-[[2007]], [[2010]]-[[2011]], [[2013]], [[2016]]-[[2017]]
|Appearances =[[7143 Jedi Starfighter]]<br />
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|Appearances =[[7143 Jedi Starfighter]]<br />[[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]]<br />[[10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]]<br/>[[75006 Kamino & Jedi Starfighter]]
[[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]]<br />[[75006 Kamino & Jedi Starfighter]]
 
 
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'''R4-P17''' is a figure of an [[Astromech Droid]] from the [[LEGO]] [[Star Wars]] [[list of themes|theme]].
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'''R4-P17''' is a figure of an [[Astromech Droid]] from the [[LEGO]] [[Star Wars]] [[list of themes|theme]]. It has four different variants.
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
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R4-P17 first appeared in the [[Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones|''Episode II: Attack of the Clones'']] subtheme in the [[7143 Jedi Starfighter]] set, released in [[2002]]. In this appearance, the droid used the same head piece as [[R4-D5]]: a white piece with silver, red and black printing designed to look like an astromech droid's dome. The headpiece was mounted onto the side of the Jedi Starfighter included in the set.
 
R4-P17 first appeared in the [[Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones|''Episode II: Attack of the Clones'']] subtheme in the [[7143 Jedi Starfighter]] set, released in [[2002]]. In this appearance, the droid used the same head piece as [[R4-D5]]: a white piece with silver, red and black printing designed to look like an astromech droid's dome. The headpiece was mounted onto the side of the Jedi Starfighter included in the set.
   
[[2005|Three years later]], R4 was released as a part of the set [[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]] from the [[Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith|''Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'']] subtheme. In this set, R4's head was given its own unique design - a red part with black, silver and white printing, and represented R4's appearances in the films more closely.
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[[2005|Three years later]], R4 was released as a part of the set [[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]] from the [[Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith|''Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'']] subtheme. In this set, R4's head was given its own unique design - a red part with black, silver and white printing, and represented R4's appearances in the films more closely. This variation is identical to the Q7 astromech droid seen in [[6205 V-Wing Fighter]].
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In [[2010]], a 4x4 maroon half-sphere representing R4-P17 was released. This piece was made larger than a minifigure, as the set it was released in, [[10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]], is an Ultimate Collector's Series set, and scaled larger than minifigure scale. In this variant, she has dark silver printings showing all of her head panels and sensor eye.
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R4-P17 was next released in [[2013]]. In this variant, the droid has a maroon head with printings, as well as a white body and legs, making it the first time R4-P17 has been released as more than just a head. The printings on the droid are similar to other astromech droids, but with slightly different panels and different colours, predominently in dark red.
   
 
=== In the Video Games ===
 
=== In the Video Games ===
R4-P17 has appeared in three video games to date: ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game]]'', ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga]]'', and ''[[LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars]]''. In the first two games, R4 is very similar in appearance to the red [[astromech droid]], except the head piece is the same as R2-D2's, but colored red instead of blue. The body is white and has silver, black and red printing, representing several doors and compartments typically found on astromech droids. In the game, R4 is able to open certain doors only accessible to astromech droids, and is able to jetpack across long distances.
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R4-P17 has appeared in three video games to date: ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game]]'', ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga]]'', and ''[[LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars]]''. In the first two games, R4 has the same appearance as [[R4-D5]], except the head piece is the same as R2-D2's but colored red instead of blue. The body is white and has silver, black and red printing, representing several doors and compartments typically found on astromech droids. In the game, R4 is able to open certain doors only accessible to astromech droids, and is able to jetpack across long distances.
   
 
In ''LEGO Star Wars III'', however, R4-P17's body and legs are dark red, with white panels and accents. R4 also retains all abilities seen in the previous games.
 
In ''LEGO Star Wars III'', however, R4-P17's body and legs are dark red, with white panels and accents. R4 also retains all abilities seen in the previous games.
   
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
R4-P17 was [[Obi-Wan Kenobi|Obi-Wan Kenobi's]] red astromech droid. R4 piloted Obi-Wan's Delta-7, Delta-7B and Eta-2 Jedi Starfighters. She was originally hard-wired into Obi-Wan's Delta-7; however, when Obi-Wan acquired his Delta-7B Starfighter, R4 received a standard astromech body so as to function with compatibility for the new starfighter. R4-P17 was destroyed in the Battle of Coruscant in Obi-Wan's red Eta-2 by [[Buzz Droid]]s.
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R4-P17 was [[Obi-Wan Kenobi|Obi-Wan Kenobi's]] red astromech droid. R4 piloted Obi-Wan's Delta-7, Delta-7B, and Eta-2 Jedi Starfighters. She was originally hard-wired into Obi-Wan's Delta-7; however, when Obi-Wan acquired his Delta-7B Starfighter, R4 received a standard astromech body so as to function with compatibility for the new starfighter. R4-P17 was destroyed in the Battle of Coruscant in Obi-Wan's red Eta-2 by [[Buzz Droid]]s.
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== Lego.com Description ==
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{{QuoteLEGO.com|Product page URL = https://www.lego.com/en-us/starwars/characters/r4-p17-50fa64bcaede4431bdd301fd86897b73|Description from LEGO.com = R4-P17 is an astromech droid that often assists Obi-Wan Kenobi on his missions during the Clone Wars. Like other astromechs, she is programmed to act as a starship navigator during complex hyperspace jumps, and contains a variety of hidden tools and gadgets that help her perform repairs and vehicle maintenance on Obi-Wan’s Jedi starfighter.}}
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== Notes ==
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* The head of [[R4-D5]] was used to represent R4-P17 in the [[2002]] edition of [[7143 Jedi Starfighter|Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]].
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* In ''LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game'', R4 does not appear in the ''Episode III'' segment in Obi-Wan's fighter; rather, a copy of [[R2-D2]] takes her place. This mistake was corrected in ''LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga''.
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* In the set [[10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]], a dome-shaped piece features printing to represent R4-P17's head dome. This piece is much larger than a standard Astromech Droid head, due to the scale that this [[Ultimate Collector's Series|UCS]] set is built on.
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* Although R4-P17 appeared in ''Episode II'' missions in the video games with a body, in the ''Star Wars'' universe, R4-P17 did not receive a body until after the events of ''Episode II''.
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* In ''LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy'', R4-P17 can be acquired by using the old save data option in-game.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
 
* [[7143 Jedi Starfighter]] {{C|''Episode II''}}
 
* [[7143 Jedi Starfighter]] {{C|''Episode II''}}
 
* [[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]] {{C|''Episode III''}}
 
* [[7283 Ultimate Space Battle]] {{C|''Episode III''}}
* [[75006 Jedi Starfighter & Planet Kamino]]
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* [[10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]] {{C|Large head}}
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* [[75006 Jedi Starfighter & Planet Kamino]] {{C|''Episode II 2nd Variant''}}
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* [[75135 Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor]]
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* [[75191 Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive Booster Ring]]
   
 
=== [[Video Game]] Appearances ===
 
=== [[Video Game]] Appearances ===
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== Gallery of Variants ==
 
== Gallery of Variants ==
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===Minifigure Versions===
 
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=== Other Versions ===
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== Notes ==
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==Gallery==
* The head of [[R4-D5]] was used to represent R4-P17 in the [[2002]] edition of [[7143 Jedi Starfighter|Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]].
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* In ''LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game'', R4 does not appear in the ''Episode III'' segment in Obi-Wan's fighter; rather, a copy of [[R2-D2]] takes her place. This mistake was corrected in ''LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga''.
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R4 Back.jpg|Back view of R4's second variant
* In the set [[10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter]], a dome-shaped piece features printing to represent R4-P17's head dome. This piece is much larger than a standard Astromech Droid head, due to the scale that this [[Ultimate Collector's Series|UCS]] set is built on.
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R4 Top.jpg|Top view of R4's second variant
* Although R4-P17 appeared in ''Episode II'' missions in the video games with a body, in the ''Star Wars'' universe, R4-P17 did not receive a body until after the events of ''Episode II''.
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* In ''LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy'', R4-P17 can be acquired by using the old save data option in-game.
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== External Link(s) ==
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R4-P17 is a figure of an Astromech Droid from the LEGO Star Wars theme. It has four different variants.

Description Edit

R4-P17

R4-P17 in Obi-Wan's red Eta-2 Jedi Interceptor.

R4-P17 first appeared in the Episode II: Attack of the Clones subtheme in the 7143 Jedi Starfighter set, released in 2002. In this appearance, the droid used the same head piece as R4-D5: a white piece with silver, red and black printing designed to look like an astromech droid's dome. The headpiece was mounted onto the side of the Jedi Starfighter included in the set.

Three years later, R4 was released as a part of the set 7283 Ultimate Space Battle from the Episode III: Revenge of the Sith subtheme. In this set, R4's head was given its own unique design - a red part with black, silver and white printing, and represented R4's appearances in the films more closely. This variation is identical to the Q7 astromech droid seen in 6205 V-Wing Fighter.

In 2010, a 4x4 maroon half-sphere representing R4-P17 was released. This piece was made larger than a minifigure, as the set it was released in, 10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter, is an Ultimate Collector's Series set, and scaled larger than minifigure scale. In this variant, she has dark silver printings showing all of her head panels and sensor eye.

R4-P17 was next released in 2013. In this variant, the droid has a maroon head with printings, as well as a white body and legs, making it the first time R4-P17 has been released as more than just a head. The printings on the droid are similar to other astromech droids, but with slightly different panels and different colours, predominently in dark red.

In the Video Games Edit

R4-P17 has appeared in three video games to date: LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, and LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. In the first two games, R4 has the same appearance as R4-D5, except the head piece is the same as R2-D2's but colored red instead of blue. The body is white and has silver, black and red printing, representing several doors and compartments typically found on astromech droids. In the game, R4 is able to open certain doors only accessible to astromech droids, and is able to jetpack across long distances.

In LEGO Star Wars III, however, R4-P17's body and legs are dark red, with white panels and accents. R4 also retains all abilities seen in the previous games.

Background Edit

R4-P17 was Obi-Wan Kenobi's red astromech droid. R4 piloted Obi-Wan's Delta-7, Delta-7B, and Eta-2 Jedi Starfighters. She was originally hard-wired into Obi-Wan's Delta-7; however, when Obi-Wan acquired his Delta-7B Starfighter, R4 received a standard astromech body so as to function with compatibility for the new starfighter. R4-P17 was destroyed in the Battle of Coruscant in Obi-Wan's red Eta-2 by Buzz Droids.

Lego.com Description Edit

LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

R4-P17 is an astromech droid that often assists Obi-Wan Kenobi on his missions during the Clone Wars. Like other astromechs, she is programmed to act as a starship navigator during complex hyperspace jumps, and contains a variety of hidden tools and gadgets that help her perform repairs and vehicle maintenance on Obi-Wan’s Jedi starfighter.


Notes Edit

  • The head of R4-D5 was used to represent R4-P17 in the 2002 edition of Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter.
  • In LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, R4 does not appear in the Episode III segment in Obi-Wan's fighter; rather, a copy of R2-D2 takes her place. This mistake was corrected in LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.
  • In the set 10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter, a dome-shaped piece features printing to represent R4-P17's head dome. This piece is much larger than a standard Astromech Droid head, due to the scale that this UCS set is built on.
  • Although R4-P17 appeared in Episode II missions in the video games with a body, in the Star Wars universe, R4-P17 did not receive a body until after the events of Episode II.
  • In LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, R4-P17 can be acquired by using the old save data option in-game.

Appearances Edit

Video Game Appearances Edit

Gallery of Variants Edit

Minifigure VersionsEdit

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R4 Front
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R4-75135
Episode IIEpisode IIIEpisode II Full BodyEpisode III Full Body

Other Versions Edit

R4LargeHead2
Large head

GalleryEdit

External Link(s) Edit


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Original Characters: 1137 (Clone Trooper) | 1139 (Clone Trooper) | Beach Trooper | Bene | Bobby | Ithorian Jedi Master | Jedi Bob | Jek-14 | Kordi Freemaker | Lieutenant Valeria | Lindo Calrissian | M-OC Hunter Droid | Naare | R4-G0 | Rako | Rowan Freemaker | Roger | Special Forces Clone Trooper | Special Forces Commander | Zander Freemaker
Video Game only (The Clone Wars): Acklay | Adi Gallia | Beach Trooper | Boil | Boss Nass | Captain Typho | Cato Parasitti | Cham Syndulla | Commander Bly | Commander Fil | Commander Ponds | Commander Stone | Dexter Jettster | Disguised Clone | Echo | Ewok | Fambaa | Faro Argyus | Fives | Gha Nachkt | Gor | HELIOS-3D | Hevy | Jek | Ko Sai | Lama Su | LEP Servant Droid | Lieutenant Thire | Lok Durd | Nexu | Nien Nunb | Nuvo Vindi | Peppi Bow | Pirate Ruffian | Queen Neeyutnee | R2-KT | R3-S6 | Reek | Rebel Friend | Robonino | Rys | Senator Philo | Stealth Trooper | Taun We | Wag Too | Wat Tambor | Waxer | Whorm Loathsom | Zillo Beast
Video Game only (Sequel trilogy; Part 1): Adan Mose | Admiral Statura | Athgar Heece | Bazine Netal | Blass Tyran | Bobbajo | Bollie Prindel | B-U4D | Captain Cypress | Colonel Datoo | Colonel Kaplan | Constable Zuvio | Control Room Commander | Cratinus | Crokind Shand | Croll Jenkins | Crusher Roodown | Dasha Promenti | Davan Marak | EGL-21 "Amps" | Ello Asty | Ensign Goode | FN-2112 | FN-2199 | GA-97 | Gaff Kaylek | Grummgar | GTAW-74 "Geetaw" | Harter Kalonia | Hobin Carsamba | Hoogenz | HURID-327 | Ilco Munica | Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins | Jashco Phurus | Jess "Testor" Pava | J.J. Abrams | Kathleen Kennedy | Kaydel Ko Connix | Kinn Zih | Kintan Strider | Korr Sella
Video Game only (Sequel trilogy; Part 2): Lema Eelyak | Lieutenant Bastian | Lieutenant Rodinon | Lieutenant Wright | M9-G8 | Mantellian Savrip | ME-8D9 | Mi'no Teest | Molator | Monnok | Monn Tattch | Naka Lit | Officer Sumistu | Ohn Gos | O-MR1 | Ophi Egra | Oskus Stooratt | Ottegan Acolyte | Ottegan Warrior | Ozeer Tenzer | Pamich Nerro Goode | Pranshee | Praster Barrun | Praster Ommeln | Pru Sweevant | PZ-4CO | Quiggold | Quinar | Razoo Qin-Fee | Rear Admiral Guich | Rosser Weno
Video Game only (Sequel trilogy; Part 3): Sache Skareeet | Sarco Plank | Seventh Sister | Sidon Ithano | SN-1F4 | Strono “Cookie” Tuggs | Strus Clan Leader | Strus Clan Raider | Sudswater Dilifay Glon | Tabala Zo | Taryish Juhden | Taybin Ralorsa | Thanisson | Thromba | Trentus Savay | Trinto Duaba | Ubert "Sticks" Quaril | Unamo | Varmik | Varond Jelik | Volzang Li-Thrull | Wollivan | Zylas
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