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  1. Punisher16

    REVIEW: 75014 Battle of Hoth

    Set Name: Battle of Hoth Set #: 75014 Theme: Star Wars Pieces: 426 Minifigures: 6 (General Rieekan, Luke Skywalker, Hoth Rebel Trooper x2, Snowtrooper x2) Year of Release: 2013 Price: 64.99 CAD INTRODUCTION Hello Eurobricks! Today durring the «rush for Christmas» at Toy’s R Us, I’ve found and purchased the 75014 Battle of Hoth, and I decided to bringing you a review of this set (My first one!). BOX The 2013 boxes are dark and green and I’m love it! It was a big sept beyound 2012 an older boxes concerns the graphic design. At the front of the box, we see the content of this set, and the minifigs. Close up on the minifigs... Top of the box show us the actual size of the General Rieekan with his cap. Back of the box After carefully opening the box, good suprise the box is almost full! CONTENTS Inside, we are greeted by 3 big empty bags of parts, a bag for the tauntaun, 2 instruction manuals, and a stickers sheet. Close up on the stickers sheet... On this stickers sheet; 9 stickers in total, 8 for the snowspeeder; control screens (pilot and harpon), engines and outside decals. The other one for the control screen of General Rieekan desk. INSTRUCTIONS The front of the 2 manuals shows us the front of the box. The first pages of the first one show us a new "don't open all bags" visual, and a "how to use the Brickseparator" with a QR code for an how-to I supposed (I haven’t try it). After that, we have the bag repartition. Bags repartition. Here, the pages showing the brick list. THE BUILD In the first bag, we get to build Luke new minifigure, and the Snowspeeder; One step of construction: Under the ship, we have that type of parts... (First time I see that!) The snowspeeder finished: Harpoon improvement Other Minifigs: Nice printed heads for Snowtroopers General Rieekan in the bag n°3 The probe droid: The Echo base trench: Overall of the set Spare parts... RATINGS Functions: Not too many but the flick-fire is well placed in the canon and the trench offer a good playability. 8/10 Parts: Nothing too exciting, but the General Rieekan fig. 8/10 Price: At $64.99 CAD for 426 parts it's not very good. But it's a Star Wars set... 5/10 Accuracy: The best Snowspeeder, probe droid and canon yet. 9/10 Overall: Buy for complete your Hoth setting... 8/10