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We offer different conditions of our Minifigures, ranging from Like New to Used. Please read the product description below and select the correct condition before making a purchase. Note: Pictures are generic to the listing and may not reflect the condition you have selected

Year released: 2018

Appears in set 75212-1, Kessel Run Millennium Falcon

LEGO(R)

DD-BD was a masculine-programmed WDD adminmech droid that operated within the control hub of mining operations on Kessel. Before being sold into slavery, DD-BD served on a Morseerian pirate ship. However, when the ship was impounded by the Empire, he was found there and sold at auction to the Pyke Syndicate for just a fraction of his worth. From there, he was put to work as a slave in the mining operation center on the planet Kessel. In 10 BBY, DD-BD was freed from slavery when his restraining bolt was removed during a slave revolt in the mines started by the droid L3-37. As the first of many droids freed, DD-BD helped spark a rebellion on Kessel.

Looking for more LEGO(R) Star Wars sets, minifigures, animals and accessories? Call the store to find out what is in stock, 470-414-2208. Thank you!

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We offer different conditions of our Minifigures, ranging from Like New to Used. Please read the product description below and select the correct condition before making a purchase. Note: Pictures are generic to the listing and may not reflect the condition you have selected

Year released: 2018

Appears in set 75212-1, Kessel Run Millennium Falcon

LEGO(R)

DD-BD was a masculine-programmed WDD adminmech droid that operated within the control hub of mining operations on Kessel. Before being sold into slavery, DD-BD served on a Morseerian pirate ship. However, when the ship was impounded by the Empire, he was found there and sold at auction to the Pyke Syndicate for just a fraction of his worth. From there, he was put to work as a slave in the mining operation center on the planet Kessel. In 10 BBY, DD-BD was freed from slavery when his restraining bolt was removed during a slave revolt in the mines started by the droid L3-37. As the first of many droids freed, DD-BD helped spark a rebellion on Kessel.

Looking for more LEGO(R) Star Wars sets, minifigures, animals and accessories? Call the store to find out what is in stock, 470-414-2208. Thank you!

About our Minifigures

We love LEGO® Minifigures and we take great care in inspecting them so that our customers are getting what they expect. We only sell real LEGO® Minifigures and custom made Minifigures using real LEGO®, custom molded or 3D printed parts. Custom Minifigures are clearly marked as custom minifigures. We do not sell fake or knock-off minifigures. Unless otherwise noted, our Minifigures are all in very good, collector's quality condition. For some Minifigures we offer different condition variants which are clearly described. Here are descriptions of some conditions:

We offer LEGO® Minifigures in 3 condition variants: 1) Good/Like New, 2) Slightly Used, and 3) Used. Here are descriptions for each condition variant:

1) Good/Like New - Our Minifigure Experts perform a double 7-point inspection to make sure the Minifigure is in good, collector's quality condition as you would expect to receive it in a LEGO® set. There should not be any visible signs of damage or wear.

2) Slightly Used - The Minifigure may have a slight crack or nick in it or may have slight playwear or micro-scratches but still displays well and retain part of its collectors value.

3) Used - The Minifigure was played with and may show cracks, nicks, scratches, print wear, etc.

To see how we perform our 7-point condition check on Minifigures, check out our blog post on how we check condition of Minifigures. If you have any questions, just call and ask, 470-414-2208, Thank you!