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4. Sabine Wren: I've never seen Rebels. I have no nostalgia for any of its characters. I also generally cringe over how movies or TV shows portray graffiti artists. Somehow Sabine Wren avoids the clichés and doesn't come off as a transparent attempt at creating a "cool" character. Her figure's stance is probably the best in the line, with her defiantly standing on the helmet of a fallen Stormtrooper, and her dual blaster and paint bomb attack style is the most varied and satisfying of the non-Jedi characters.
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3. Darth Vader: Maybe the biggest film villain of all time should have a more active pose, but this is actually more threatening than if he was pointing his light saber at us. Whether Vader is Force-choking somebody out or merely beckoning towards us with the promise of our own destruction, the end result of that outstretched arm is frightening. And of course he's a formidable fighter in the game, even if playing as a bad guy in the play sets still feels weird.
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2. Yoda: The action hero Yoda of the prequels might be controversial, but he's undeniably one of the most fun characters to play in Disney Infinity. That speed he revealed in Attack of the Clones is fully present here, with the tiny master pinwheeling around clusters of enemies and slicing them down to size. His figure is also excellent, with that grim gaze and ready light saber only hinting at the destructive power he's prepared to unleashed.
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1. Ahsoka Tano: This is probably the most shocking thing in all of Disney Infinity. Again, I have little familiarity with this character, and absolutely no nostalgia. I have never spent time with the Clone Wars cartoon. Ahsoka is easily my favorite character to play, though, because of her speed and her twin light sabers. As fun as it is to cannonball around the screen as Yoda, Ahsoka's more controlled fury is superior both to play and to watch. The pose of her figure could be a bit more dynamic, but there's something to be said for her calm resolve.