It's Monday and time another playset from Kenner as me and my buddy @starwars.collector.cave are covering the history of the Star Wars playset's each Monday and for those of you who saw his earlier post today this is the set for today . #thehistoryofstarwarsplaysets . we have come to the last playset from The Empire Strikes Back . The Rebel Command Center Adventure Set (1981): This was the third playset, exclusive to retailers, sold by Sears to sell action figures (the others were the Cantina Adventure Set and Cloud City). The box shows the play options of the set, which are few. The Rebel Command Center is the last playset to use the plastic base of the Land of the Jawas Playset. Once again, there is a little cave and an action feature, used to “launch” figures. The new element in this set is a nice carton background, showing the North Hangar 7 of the Echo Base with the Millennium Falcon. The artwork also shows a tauntaun with a rider, several T-47 Snowspeeders, a Rebel base transport and X-wing Starfighters. On the bottom of the small cave you can now also see a small amount of weapons and accessories, which are part of the cardboard backdrop, folded underneath the playset. The three figures included in this set were Luke Hoth Gear, R2-D2 with Sensorscope and the AT-AT Commander. The Rebel Command Center may be a simple playset, but it’s not that easy to find complete these days . #vintagestarwarstoys #vintagestarwars #starwars #kenner #thehistoryofstarwarsplaysets make sure you follow @starwars.collector.cave also for great vintage Star Wars posts and trivia ! And also more details regarding this set !