Throw me the Idol! An Indy Relic Checklist
April 28, 2008

One of the neat features in the new Hasbro Indiana Jones 3 3/4" figures are the little fictional and historial relics that come packed with each figure. Below is a checklist of which relic comes with what figure.

Here’s the current list of the relics (provided by Hasbro)- not all of them have figures accounted for them however.

Relics that are in the film, and have historical reference
Shankara Stone – German Soldier (w1)
Ankh of Osiris – Russian Soldier (w2)
Crystal Skull – Irina Spalko (w2)
Holy Grail – Dr. Henry Jones (w3)
Eye of Horus  – TBD
Anubis Statue – TBD
Aztec Sun Dial – TBD
Fertility idol – Belloq (w1)

Relics featured in the films, and have no historical reference
Headpiece of the staff of Ra – Marion Ravenwood (w1)
Grail Tablet – Indiana Jones (whip cracking) (w1)
Chachapoyan Temple Carving- Indiana Jones (w1)
Temple of Doom Medallion  – TBD
Cross of Coronado – Young Indy (w3)
Chalice of Kali – Colonel Dovchenko (w2)
False Grail – Dr. Elsa Schneider (w3)
Knight’s Shield – Grail Knight (w3)
Nurhache’s Urn – Monkey Man (w1)

Relics not featured in the films, and have historical reference
Easter Island Head  – TBD
Terracotta Warrior Statue – Cario Swordsman (w1)
Terracotta Horse – Sallah (w1)
Spear of Destiny – Mutt Williams (w/Jacket) (w2)
Battle axe of Leif Ericson – Colonel Vogel (w3)

Relics not featured in the films, and have no historical reference
Ancient Arrowhead – Ugha Warrior (w2)
Dagger of Atreus – Indiana Jones (RPG) (w2)
Peacock Diamond – Indiana Jones (Crystal Skull) (w2)
Grecian Funerary Mask – Cemetary Warrior (w2)
Chinese Lion  – TBD
Chinese Dragon  – TBD
Spartan Helmet – TBD
African Mask – Indiana Jones (Castle Brunwald) (w3)

Scott Rogers
Soctt "Boneyard" Rogers has been collecting toys, making custom action figures and reading comic books since before many of you were a twinkle in yore daddy's eye. Needless to say, he knows a fair bit about all of this stuff and definitely has some opinions about it. He also makes video games when he's not looking for toys, making custom action figures and reading comics books.
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