Activating its Hyperdrive and traveling through an alternative dimension faster than the speed of light, a Mandalorian warrior together crosses the galaxy on board a new silver starfighter with his small companion. With the bounty hunter piloting and his protégé as a passenger, excitedly observing through a bubble-shaped dome behind the flight deck, they both follow their fate, ready for any situation, in their specialized transportation created to be as quick and agile as possible and duly armed for combat with blaster cannons and proton torpedo launchers. Jumping to the hyperspace, Iron Studios present the statue “Mando`s N-1 Starfighter – The Book of Boba Fett – Demi Art Scale 1/20”, the first starfighter from the universe of Star Wars released by Iron Studios.
After the destruction of his old ship Razor Crest, the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin, also known as Mando, goes to planet Tatooine after being reached by mechanic Peli Motto about a substitute spacecraft. Arriving at the Mos Eisley spaceport on the desertic planet, Motto presents a modified N-1 Starfighter, created on planet Naboo, the N-1 Starfighter is an elegant single-seat spacecraft with space for an astromech droid to mount on the top of the craft. Initially reluctant to buy it, Mando agrees to help Motto reconstruct it, with the help of droids and parts provided by two natives of the Jawa race. Including many personalized modifications projected to improve the ship with its speed and maneuverability, after reaching dizzying speeds on his first test flight, Mando started liking his new starfighter, living new adventures with his protégé Grogu, an alien from the same race as Master Yoda, but still a child, with whom Mando created paternal bonds.
The N-1 Starfighter of Din Djarin appeared for the first time in Chapter 5: Return of the Mandalorian of The Book of Boba Fett series, a Star Wars Spin-off written by Jon Favreau, available on the Disney Plus Streaming Service.
ETA Q4 2023