Maintained by Jim Lauzonis (Jimsjedi)
 

CLONE WARS MIDNIGHT MADNESS CHECKLIST
We have put together a comprehensive checklist for the Clone Wars midnight madness event that took place on July 26, 2008. Click on the banner below to download the Microsoft Word doc. We'll keep this document live for another month or so in case you'd like a copy of it. If you see something missing from this list, send an email to dustrhoATsandtroopers.com.

STAR WARS CHECKLIST
We have put together a comprehensive Star Wars checklist for everyone here to use. The checklist can be downloaded by clicking on one of the icons below. There are two formats that you can choose from. First is the Microsoft Word DOC format, which can be viewed and edited in Microsoft Word. The second is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, which can be viewed by using Adobe's free Acrobat Reader. We do hope you enjoy using this checklist, and we will try our hardest to keep it as up-to-date as humanly possible.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Below are some questions we have received regarding our Star Wars checklist.  If you have any questions regarding these checklists send an email to dustrhoATsandtroopers.com.

If there is something that is not included in this document, how can I help contribute by adding the content to it?
Well, that is simple, as all you have to do is send an email to
dustrhoATsandtroopers.com.  We will add that content if it seems necessary.

Can I see pictures of these items?
Well, to answer your question, yes and no.  We do have a large amount of images in our Images section on our website, but unfortunately it would be almost impossible to have images of every single thing that relates to Star Wars.  We also have a Review section that is run by Chris Spice (Darth Spice) that you may find interesting as well.

What are the current prices on these items?
This would be an impossible task for anyone to keep up-to-date, as prices change on a regular basis.  Of course items that are still selling on the shelves in stores would be going for “retail” pricing, but items that haven’t been sold in stores for a while will be of different value.  Most people use eBay to see what the “going rate” is for something they’re in pursuit of.

How up-to-date is this document?
You can find out when this document was last revised, as the date is visible in the upper right-hand portion of each page.  We try our hardest to keep this document as current as possible, but if you happen to see anything that may be missing please let us know about it.  Keep checking back here to see if you have the latest version or not.

DISCLAIMER
The information included in this document was made for the sole purpose to help Star Wars collectors keep track of all the different items and variations that have been made by Kenner and Hasbro over the years. This checklist is the sole property of Sandtroopers.com, and cannot be reproduced without the express written permissions of Sandtroopers.com. If you have any questions regarding this please send an email to dustrhoATsandtroopers.com.