Monster Wampa Funko POP, Funko POPS & Star Wars Funko POPS, Monster Wampa from Star Wars Battle at Echo Base

Monster Wampa Funko POP, Funko POPS & Star Wars Funko POPS, Monster Wampa from Star Wars Battle at Echo Base

Monster Wampa from Star Wars Battle at Echo Base Funko POP

From Star Wars: Battle at Echo Base, Monster Wampa, as a stylized vinyl Funko POP. Wampas are a horned, clawed, white-furred, carnivorous species of snow monsters native to the frozen world of Hoth. They are a semi-sentient race of predators standing over 2 m (6.6 ft) in height, subsisting in the cold climate by hunting tauntauns, their primary prey. Wampas are usually solitary creatures, but are known to occasionally hunt in packs. Their white fur allows wampas to blend-in with Hoth’s blinding blizzards, enabling them to catch their prey completely unaware. Once they have made their kill, wampas drag the carcasses back to their icy lair, where they suspend them from the ceiling until ready to eat them. Due to the extreme temperatures of Hoth and the cold-blooded nature of the wampa, the creatures are difficult to track on radar.

A similar species is believed to inhabit the planet Gall, in the Outer Rim. The wampa made its first appearance in The Empire Strikes Back (1980), as a predator that attacks Luke and eats his tauntaun. Several other wampa sequences were planned for The Empire Strikes Back, but were ultimately cut. The wampa also made an appearance in the Family Guy special “Something, Something, Something, Dark Side” (2009), being depicted as Cookie Monster from Sesame Street. Standing at a height of 2.5 to 3 meters and with an average mass of 150 kilograms, the wampa was one of Hoth’s top carnivorous predators. The mammals sported a pair of small cranial horns and lived in caves. Wampas also demonstrated a form of sentience and cared greatly about their clans.


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