Yoda Light FX Series


Yoda is one of the characters from Disney Infinity 3.0 Star Wars franchise.

This is the Light FX version of Yoda which means his lightsaber will light up (LED) when he is placed on the Disney Infinity base.

Release Date: 8th December 2015

Special Skills: Force Adept, Super Jump (Trainable), Lightsaber Mastery

Playset Compatibility: Twilight of the Republic (native), Rise Against the Empire (crossover coin), The Force Awakens (crossover coin)

Star Wars Rebels characters: Sabine Wren, Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger & Zeb Orrelios

Star Wars Twilight of the Republic characters: Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Darth Maul

Star Wars Rise against the Empire characters: Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia & Yoda

Character History: Yoda was first introduced in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and has appeared in all three prequels, The Return of the Jedi, and in both the Clone Wars and Rebels television shows (only as a cameo in the latter).   In all of his appearances he is portrayed as an old mentor figure who is willing and capable to go toe-to-toe with the worst the galaxy has to offer.

Yoda is a close-range fighter who deals quick, strong attacks and can jump between targets easily.  He has taught some of the most famous  and powerful Jedi in the galaxy, most notably Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Anakin’s son, Luke Skywalker.  He has also fought Emperor Palpatine, perhaps the most powerful Sith Lord there ever was, in single combat, and managed to earn a stalemate.  Following that fight, however, he fled to Dagobah where he remained in self-imposed exile until Luke Skywalker sought him out for training.

Judge him not by his size, for he is one of the most powerful beings in the galaxy.

Yoda’s powers are built around close-range combat and closing to close range.  His primary attack can be chained for rapid lightsaber attacks against a single target, however when paired with his secondary attack, a dash, he can strike between multiple targets at lightning speed.  He also can push enemies away if needed to give himself some room.

After executing a combo Yoda can summon a force whirlwind to gather up nearby foes and spin them around until they are defeated.  His special attack will get him to close the distance between him and his opponent quickly, before dealing a heavy lightsaber hit.  This can be chained with itself by pressing the special attack button repeatedly, so long as he has the special charges to spend.

Read more about the Disney Infinity characters here & Star Wars characters here.

You can also see Yoda in action below with our gameplay and review videos.

Yoda Gameplay

Yoda Character Review

Yoda Light FX Series COMES WITH