The paintjob on the Battle droid is extremely sparse. The recessed “eyes” are painted in a very dark brown color and drybrushed silver was applied to the body to represent weathering, although they left head and backpack pretty much untouched which does look odd even though it is not something one would notice right away.
The inclusion of this last accessory shows some deviousness on Hasbro’s part, as if they were enticing you to get more than one of these Battle Droids in order to have them displayed both ways, which brings us to my main point of contention regarding this figure: Why would I pay the going price on Vintage Collection figures when there are still loads of the Saga Legends 2-packs out there which cost less even without discounts?
It is said that one Jedi is equal to the power of one hundred standard battle droids. Most Battle Droids are woefully underprepared fo fight Jedi, seeing as how there is no real real defense against their weapons and Force abilities, with the exception of this unnamed super battle droid the player encounters in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. This strange model of B2 super Battle Droid has arm claws capable of blocking lightsabers.