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Disguise your voice with this Star Wars Death Trooper mask

Frighten your friends and creep out the neighbors by altering your voice and looking like an Imperial Death Trooper straight from "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."


Everyone can be an Imperial Death Trooper with this electronic voice changing mask.


Prank calls will never be the same again when you can impersonate an intimidating Imperial Death Trooper from "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."

This electronic mask changes your voice when you push a button, so you can pretend to go to battle -- or just order a pizza -- as a Death Trooper. The mask requires three 1.5-volt AA batteries, which are included.

Death troopers are considered to be the elite variant of the Galactic Empire's Stormtrooper forces and part of the Empire's Military Intelligence. They are easily recognized by their all-black armor.

In "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," Director Orson Krennic (played by Ben Mendelsohn) has a squad of Death Troopers under his command.

The voice changer mask from Hasbro is for anyone ages 5 and up (so adults can have fun wearing the mask too.) You might not be as famous as Chewbacca Mask Mom, but the Death Trooper voice changer mask still sounds like fun.

The mask retails for $35 (about £26 in the UK and AU$46 in Australia) and will be available at most major retailers and on in fall 2016, just in time to wear it for the movie's premiere.

Directed by Gareth Edwards, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is scheduled to hit theaters December 15 in Australia, and December 16 in the US and UK.