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REVIEW: 4476 Jabba's Prize

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#1 Mischa07


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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:05 AM

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4476 Jabba's Prize

Name: Jabba's Prize
Theme: Star Wars Episode VI
Set Number: 4476
Pieces: 39
Year released: 2003
Minifigures: 2
Price: Can't remember, but $7.00 according to Peeron

This is a pretty neat set with some great minifigs and a nice little room.

First, as always, the instruction manual.

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The minifig page.

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And a random page.

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The minifigs; Boba Fett and a Gamorrean Guard.

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Boba Fett. This was the second set that included him (the first being #7144 Slave I).

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Without his helmet and jetpack.

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I really love the Gamorrean Guard. He is a bit different than the Gamorrean Guard from the later released #6210 Jabba's Sail Barge: (http://www.brickset....nifigs/?m=sw087)
He has a different torso and the Gamorrean Guard in this set has colour in the crotch area :tongue:
Here's a pic from a Gamorrean Guard from "Star Wars episode VI: Return of the Jedi": http://starwars.wiki...Vibro-lance.jpg

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With his big axe.

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Without his head.

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Finally, there is the 'room' in Jabba's Palace that has Han Solo frozen in carbonite in it.

Front view.

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Han is held in place by that thing on top. Also a little printed piece on the right (a non-printed piece on the left).

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Mr. Solo from the front.

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By pushing up that thing on top, Han Solo immediately falls forward.

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Han back in place.

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This technic brick with a hole is meant to connect this set to #4480 Jabba's Palace. In the review of that set, which is coming up, I'll show how that works.

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Here's the complete set with Boba Fett and the Gamorrean Guard.

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This set can also be connected to #4475 Jabba's Message if you like.

Here are the two sets separate from each other.

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They connect by this technic brick with a hole and a pin in the other set.

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And this is how it looks like when they are connected.

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Price: 8/10 - Pretty cheap for two minifigs and a nice little room.
Parts: 8/10 - Couple of neat things like the flames, Han Solo in carponite and an axe.
Playability: 6/10 - Well, the set has two villains so there is no one to fight against. Still, you can play with Han a bit.
Minifigs: 8/10 - Cheapest way to get a Gamorrean Guard and Boba Fett, who are both great figures.
Final: 8/10 - Great minifigs plus a decent room.

Edited by Mischa07, 14 January 2011 - 01:22 PM.

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#2 green dewback

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 08:25 AM

I have this set but lost the garmorean guard  :sad:  can't remember where I put it, probably given it away.
Miss that little piggyface.

#3 ILikePi


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Posted 25 March 2009 - 04:04 AM

Again, another great review from Mischa07!  :tongue:
I wish that the LEGO Star Wars license had started in 2006 or 2007, so I would have a chance at getting the sets that I want.  :sadnew:

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#4 RileyC


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Posted 25 March 2009 - 06:08 AM

I really like how this set was so cheap back in the day and it had boba which he so sought after which is really annoying. I like han solo in carbon he really well done with the classic pose

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#5 prateek


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Posted 27 March 2009 - 12:44 AM

i like this set for boba

#6 CloneMe


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Posted 27 March 2009 - 03:51 AM

This was a really nice small set. It came with 2 really neat figures. Boba and the guard(cant spell its first name).

Anyways. Nice review.

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