Someone forgot about the Nemoidian Soldier from ROTS and the Naboo Trooper from 2006's Saga collection. Actually, over the years some Legends releases, including stormtroopers, scout troopers and clone trooper have pegwarmed, though, those were rereleases.
I guess it really comes down to your definition of army builder. Since you never see either of those types of troopers in quantities on the level you see Clonetroopers, Battledroids, Stormtroopers, etc... sure there is some small squad building potential with them, but full on army building? No way. Never mind the fact that you never really see them DOING
anything of importance in the movies.
Even the Stormtrooper in the Vintage line isn't hanging around as badly as this ROTS clone is. There is a WalMart I frequent that has two full pegs of this guy. After that, they have about 2/3 of a peg full of the AOTC Obi-Wan figure and that's it for Vintage. So unless you want Obi-Wan or this horrible looking Clonetrooper, you're S.O.L.
I have a Target near me that has SIX of the ROTS Clonetroopers on the pegs and that's it and the reason they don't get any more it seems (as others have theorized, including myself) some stores only get in another case when their stock drops below a certain point and most likely 6 figures is that threshold.
So again, this ties back into the carry-forward figures being a detriment to ANY collector focused line. If the figure wasn't a strong seller in a wave to begin with and then for some stupid reason, they continue to put that figure over and over again into follow-on assortments, the problem only compounds itself.
The Sandtrooper is another great example of this - he's a nice figure and I was VERY excited to finally get a Sandtrooper on a Vintage-style card, but he's just been in too many assortments. Figures that carry-forward more than one assortment can also end up being a problem.
All my point is really, is that Hasbro needs to start thinking a bit more on how they form these case assortments. Talk to focus groups, check out the chat boards, and above all else, if you have three guys planning assortments - one for each line - force them to sit in a room together with the mandate that says "you may not be shipping the same character at the same time" and let them fight it out as to who gets who.
A re-release of the original AOTC Obi-Wan, two re-releases of the ROTS Obi-Wan, a re-release of the S1-S2 CW Obi-wan, a re-release of the TLC AOTC Obi-Wan and the S3 Obi-Wan all within the span of a year, is just insane. I like Obi-Wan as much as the next guy, but NO ONE
likes Obi-Wan that much.