I love the Lego Star Wars Rancor Pit! It's from the Jabba the Hut scene in Return of the Jedi. On the back of the box it says you can combine it with Jabba's palace. There's a gate that you can drop on Rancor. There's even a hidden compartment where you can put bones and a place where Luke can hide. There is a door that opens and if you wish the set was bigger, there's a little thing where the set opens up. Rancor can walk around and he can go Da da da da. I'm 6 years old and I put it together myself. The set came out this year. I recommend it to anyone who loves legos and star wars.
The new clones are AWESOME!!!!!! The new AT-RT is way better then the old one!!!!! You get one of the commando driod!!!!! I would recomend this set for anyone who is a star wars fan and likes the old republic.
When I was little I had the Ultimate Lightsaber Duel (The one where if you pressed their heads, their lightsabers lit up) and the Jedi Starfighter & Vulture Droid and I loved them so much. And while this set doesn't have illuminating lightsabers it has a great set of minifigs, Anakin in his Sith Apprentice state, Obi-Wan Jedi Master, The first non-clone wars Nute Gunray, a security Battle Droid and R2-D2. I have to say these are just great. This Anakin has to be one of my favorite so far. The brand new Obi-Wan is just great. The security battle droid and R2 are regular but they had to be included. Lastly Nute Gunray is Brand-new and I really like how detailed he is. Now with the set, it's the first Jedi Interceptor in a while and I like this one as it is Anakin's last Jedi ship. R2-D2 fits in the wing nicely, and the cannons and weapons are quite nice. Overall it’s great, except for the stickers. Now to the rest. The platform and mining droid have clear bricks below them to give them a "floating" effect, and they are accurate compared to the movie.
Pros & Cons
R2 fits in ship
Brand new minifigures
Anakin's Mining Droid is higher the Obi-Wan's platform
Could've had more (honestly I wouldn't mind pay an extra $10 for a land piece and defeated Anakin)
Overall this is a great set and it's hard to find so I recommend that you buy it right away!
this set is awesome minfigures are great so is the ship and the two other things mini figures: battle droid only good if you want to build up an army nute gunrey good for playing with r2-d2 good if you dont have one anakin just awesome really cool new design and obi-wan he is by far my favourite so mini figures 5/5 and the ship 4/5 the wings always fall off it is so annoying other than that really good the other things 5/5 they never break and good for putting minifigures on and make them fight with each other the
cons anakin's black hand always tips to the left it's probebly just mine though and the ships wings
overall rating 5/5
This set is probably my third favorite LEGO Star Wars set that I have. BARC Speeder with Sidecar being second and X-Wing Fighter being first. (ALL MOST CURRENT VERSIONS). I would recommend this to any LEGO Fan or Star Wars Fan!
The set is great. I think the lego group have done an outstanding job on this set in all aspects.
The minifigures are awesome,I like the mix of separatist and republic and this set does not disappoint. The new jango is amazing and I like the fact that he is available in such a cheap set. Everything about him is perfect, to say we haven't seen him for over 10 years. The only thing is the guns, these could do with some improvement !!!
The set itself is brilliant and looks really nice on display as well as having plenty of play opportunity, what child wouldn't love zooming around the house with a tank ?
All in all another triumph for Lego, they have done a good job and I cannot fault them. Keep up the great sets Lego :):):) !!!
Finally a 20 buck lego star wars set. I was shocked at the piece price count of this set, 271 pieces AND 3 minifigures! What a sweet deal!
The only thing I didn't like about it though was the treads on the tank. If you put the amount of treads shown in the instructions (60), there a little lose, sag slightly and come off when driving sometimes. But if you minus one tread it becomes too tight and doesn't roll well either.
Jango Fett features the same head as the new Boba Fett.
Two of my buddies (and my sister) who saw the clone trooper's head were both a little surprised and thought it looked a little weird. I was kinda surprised too. Its just not a head you would expect to see on a clone.
I just received this set for my birthday. I had been eyeing it before, because of the great minifigures, the fact that it's an Episode II set, and the OUTSTANDING price per brick (PPB), which is only 7.3 cents per brick in the U.S. That is about as good as it comes with LEGOs! I know this is due to the 60 identical pieces used for the tread, but even if the tread was a single piece, the PPB would only be about 9 cents, which is still fabulous. It took me about 25 minutes to build this set, at your average pace.
The minifigures are the highlight of this set. A Phase I clone trooper with completely new printing, a red-orange battle droid from Geonosis, and (drumroll) JANGO FETT! Jango is actually entirely unnecessary for this set, but he is a welcome and beloved addition. I'll bet Lego has sold thousands of these sets to people who only want Jango. After all, this is only the second set this minifigure has ever appeared in (the first was Jango's Slave I starship in 2002), and until now we have been left to our own devices to make custom Jango Fetts.
The Corporate Alliance tank droid is very well designed and looks very cool. The construction was easy and sturdy. BUILDING TIP: to attach the treads I found it helpful to stretch out the tread inside-up and place the tank on top and towards the rear of it, so that when you bring the ends of the treads together it is easier to snap them in place. Several unique pieces are included here, such as translucent orange 1x2 plates, and the large circles.
In review, this set has great value for the minifigures and construction, as well as the price tag. My only legitimate complaint about the set is that the laser cannons do not elevate, and are fixed forward and stationary. However given the method of construction, I don't see how this could have been accomplished.
Received this set as a Christmas gift probably as a goof. After a few months I decided to build it. Once I started I didn't want to stop, but I did so the build would last longer. Now I'm completely hooked on lego again (had a ton when I was a kid). A fun and challenging build, and looks great when finished. Any Star Wars fan should have this. Hope more detailed Star Wars sets like this are on the way.
I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of building this set.
The detail is unbelievable, from the swivelling head to the drop down third leg, this little beauty of a build has everything a lego fan and a star wars fan needs.
I would recommend this to any one.
I love to see Lego star wars jabba sets be released like this.
Luke (jedi knight)
The skiff itself
Go out and buy you one before they go discontinued, its worth it all the way!
Fantastic set. Kithaba is a nice figure. LEGO added some printing to Boba Fett's legs, but otherwise he is just his usual awesome self. Lando is a nice figure with a fantastic helmet design. The only problem I see with the minifigures is that Han Solo is not included. Of course, if he were, then the fight would be uneven, but LEGO could have included a Gamorrean Guard as well. The Sarlacc can actually fit a minifigure in its tongue! The skiff itself has a nice storage area for blasters and just looks pretty cool. I'd say the highlight of this set is the Sarlacc, and I recommend you buy it to compliment Jabba's Sail Barge.