Yoda first appeared Im 1980's Star Wars movie "The Empire Strikes Back". In the original films he trained Luke Skywalker to fight the Galactic Empire. In the Prequel films, he serves as the Grand Master of the Jedi Order and as a high-ranking general of Clone Troopers in the clone wars. After his death in "Return of the Jedi" at an unknown age, which exceeded 900 years, Yoda was the oldest living character in the Star Wars franchise in the canon, until the introduction of Maz Kanata in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
Grand Jedi Master Yoda is one of the oldest and most powerful known Jedi Masters in the Star Wars universe. Series creator George Lucas decided to have many details of the character's life story. Yida's race and homeworld have not been named in any media, canonical or otherwise, and he is only supposed to be of a "species unknown" from Star Wars Databank. Yoda's speech syntax was analyzed and discussed by academic syntactics who found it somewhat contradictory, but it could extrapolate that it has object-subject verb-word order.
After I got the Bandai 1/6 digit Star Wars Stormtrooper Model Kit, which proved to be very impressive with full articulation (19459010) HERE and HERE as well as comparative pictures with Hot Toys 12-inch Stormtrooper HERE ), I decided (see the full Actionfigur review on my toy blog My hand to try Bandai Star Wars 1 / 6. Scale Yoda Model Kit
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There are two sizes, the 1/6 scale version and a 1/12 scale.
There are two sizes, the 1/6 scale version and a 1/12 scale -Version. The 1/12 scale Yoda is pretty much a statue when it is assembled, but the 1/6. Scale version has some articulation.
  
Model kits do not work in the same way as 1/6 scale with outfits. 12 inch figures have basic naked bodies and are dressed as a real person with layers of clothing to see the part. Model kits consist of parts that contain their outfits and are simply connected together to form the whole, as in this case. The joint lines or seams can be covered by adding mastic and then paint over them for a seamless look. The seams of the Bandai Stormtroopers are less obvious and their design and assembly conceals the articulation lines cunningly. Not so for 1 / 6th Yoda.