Let kids play out exciting adventures with this LEGO Star Wars Imperial Dropship - 20th Anniversary Edition construction toy. An updated version of the original Imperial Dropship model from 2008, it features an opening cockpit for the Shadow Trooper and a detachable Stormtrooper transport platform at the back with weapons storage ready for battle action. This 125-piece set is part of a series commemorating 20 years of collaboration between LEGO and Star Wars. And the collectible, bonus reproduction Han Solo minifigure from 2000 (with his original blaster) on a commemorative display stand is sure to delight fans of LEGO and the Star Wars saga.
This Item is very cheap here. at lego, it cost twenty dollars, and at walmart it cost 30! I got it for the minifigs and I am not really happy with the new stormtrooper mould for the head, but I can't blame target for that; they aren't the manufacturer. There was a little fiasco about ordering it, as it was due to arrive on April 30th, 2020, but it was sorted out. thank you to Target for such an amazingly low price!
It’s a Christmas gift for my son but I’m sure he will love it. My only complaint is I purposely bought over 50$ in lego sets to get the 10$ target gift card promotion that was going on at the time and never received it. I’m disappointed about that, hopefully I can reconcile that issue in store. I wouldn’t have bought as much if I knew the promo gift card was going to be an issue, since that is what drove me to get 3 sets instead 1.
I think it was an improved build from 2007 and the mini-figs were steller but I feel like the build was lacking and wish it was a bit bigger and and had guns on it and stud shooters stink and there could have been a little side build in it. But overall was a good battle back.
Pros: Nice details on the stormtroopers and you get an impressive amount of minifigures. Cons: The back end is wobbly and falls off easily. You can't turn the stormtrooper's head. It's difficult to fit the characters into the ship.
This is a great play set with all the figures and ship design. But the new helmet design looks too long and stretched out. The dual molding looks great as well as the printing on the back of the head but the lack of a underbrow line looses out some of the detail. LEGO should have stuck with gen 3 and just done that design as dual molding with printing on the back