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  1. Pchan1983

    REVIEW: 75361 Spider Tank

    Here is my review on 75361 Spider Tank: THE GOOD: Cool looking tank, love the bouncy movements. A more show accurate Bo-Katan minifigure. Better looking Dark saber. THE NOT SO GOOD: EXPENSIVE! Not widely available since it's a retailer exclusive. (Also hampers your chance to get a discount depending on your region) From the hit show The Mandalorian, this set caught my eyes when it first announced. Always appreciate something new from Star Wars when its not a remake or upgrade of previously released set. This set does not disappoint, the spider tank looks great and require a bit of patience in building. The legs can be troublesome to build but just enough to keep the fun. I'm also surprised on the bouncy movements/suspension like action on the legs. There is also a space for you to lie a minifigure inside the tank. I wish LEGO includes a printed or sticker piece to represent the pilot the tank. The minifigures selection is great too, having Mando, Grogu and Bo-Katan in one single is very generous to be honest. And this new Bo-Katan is good with a much more accurate hair piece. However, this set is not cheap (even thought still better priced than the Andor set release earlier this year). With a retail price of $95 NZD, just feel too much. And because this is a retailer exclusive sets, it's very difficult to find a place selling this with a 20% off discount. If you are a fan of the Mandalorian show, then this is a must have and I will totally recommend this but if you just a casual fan of LEGO, then you might want to wait for a better discount. Anyway, I'm very satisfied with the end result =)
  2. INTRODUCTION The Mandalorian Season 3 has finished and Lego has started releasing sets based on its content. I ordered this on May 1st during Lego's May the 4th promo period. I got it today, 10 days later. Not too bad for shipping times. And let's be honest, if you were going to get this during May the 4th as like me then you had already made up your mind . So for the rest of you who were still wondering if this set was worth picking up let me share my thoughts. And let me add, I'm in the middle of moving/unpacking so I don't have my Lego or photo area set up yet. So this review is taken on a standard IKEA desk against a pleasant eggshell white painted wall I purchased this set with my own money. All opinions in this review are my own. If you want to see more reviews like this drop a comment and share this review with someone else! SET INFORMATION Number: 75346 Title: Pirate Snub Fighter Theme: Star Wars Released: 2023 Part Count: 282 Box Dimensions: 26.2 x 19.1 x 6.1 cm Weight: 2304 gram Set Price (RRP): £29.99 / $34.99 / 34.99€ Price per Part: 10.5p / 12.3c / 12.3c Links: Brickset, Bricklink THE BOX The front of the box shows the Snub Fighter in an asteroid field. The back shows the ship landed on Nevarro. CONTENTS OF THE BOX Inside are 2 numbered bags and a small sticker sheet. I chose to apply all stickers but those on the cockpit canopy. THE BUILD The build is very standard. A lot of laying plates. An expected amount of SNOT. Nothing fancy. As I was building what's probably meant to be fuel tanks I was struck (not for the first time) by the jarring change from round bricks to the SNOT brackets. With all of the new molds Lego has been making every year I won't be surprised if the make a bracket with rounded edges soon. And the completed build gives you the grey snub fighter and two minifigures. It's a sleek little fighter that looks good from every angle. The only minor exception is when looking at it straight on. Here you can see the gap between the hinged tile and the roof slope. But it's not a huge gap and you can pretend it's part of the greebling. Speaking of greebling, behind the cockpit the set designer added some nice bits. Though I was disappointed that it was the exact same pattern on both the right and left sides. Greebling should have some variety to it. There are two storage compartments hidden in the ship. The first is in front of the control computer. And the second is behind the pilot. The cockpit canopy is a new color, trans-black. And it looks so good! Here it is compared with some actual black parts. This would make for great tinted windows in City vehicles. And overall it just looks very menacing. The figures include a Nikto pilot for the Snub Fighter and Vane, also a Nikto. The pilot is wearing a beehive pattern on a gun-metal torso and Chima-orange pants. His helmet is pearl gold and looks great. Vane is wearing an outfit that could work for a regular pirate and suits him well. However I wish the head-piece for Vane had a more accurate color match-up between his skin tone and the printed skin on top. Seems like another one of those areas Lego is willing to say "good enough" on. But it doesn't seem like it'd be that hard to find what you needed to print on top of the black to get it to match. Both figs use the exact same head. I like that they have ridges printed on the back. But I wish they would have given us two different expressions on the front of the faces. OVERALL At $35 for only 282 pieces and two minifgures this set feels overpriced. It's a solid build, a sleek fighter, and the figs have nice prints. But it feels like a $25 set, $30 if I'm being generous. I highly recommend the set if you can find it on sale. SCORE How do I rate this set? DESIGN 7 BUILDING EXPERIENCE 5 FEATURES 5 PLAYABILITY 9 PARTS 8 VALUE FOR MONEY 4 FINAL SCORE: 6
  3. This ship is an old favourite of mine, along with Anakin's Podracer they represent the geeky peak of my youth! Having a go at this in midi-scale was a lot of fun, the ship came together really quickly and going bigger than micro meant being able to explore lots of ways to do the curvy body. It's turned out to be a simple little build that is about 2/3 the length of the last set by Lego and hopefully just as sturdy. I started this one with the cockpit and droid socket area, a pilot can sit inside but it's a tight fit, their arms will have to be touching the controls at exactly the right angle and their hands need to be upside down. I've managed to squeeze in controls and a single instrument along with some seat padding, the pilot will be sitting on the floor which is the plate running along the bottom of the ship. The sides of the ship were the most interesting part of putting this together, getting them connected so they rest in position and don't move was tricky. I have to admit that I stole the engine construction from the 2015 Naboo Starfighter set 75092, the designers have definitely come up with the best method there is and it's a very strong and cheap solution too. Finally, there's a simple and cheap stand to display the starfighter, at a bookshelf-friendly angle. I had the idea for this on the 1st of May and hammered away at it for two days to get it finished for the 4th, there's nothing like leaving your homework until the last minute, right? I am working on a Mandalorian version, making slow progress but I'll have it done at some point. The N-1 is a compact 27.2cm long, 20.8cm wide and weighs about 200g, overall its about 2/3 the size of the 2015 N-1 set. Free instructions are on Rebrickable, I used the most common parts I could to keep the cost down, for the 259 pieces it will cost about £25 but adding a printed droid head will be extra. I finished this one a little while ago and have made a few minor updates to more closely match the build of my Mando version (posted later). Thanks for looking! The Mandalorian's N-1 is ready too! More info on a later reply, here's a couple of pictures...
  4. mcphatty

    Din’s New N1 Starfighter

    Morning all. Yesterday a lot of people got very excited about Mando’s new ride, I’ve never seen so many MOCs of a new ship pop up so fast. Its an extremely cool little fighter and I’ve really enjoyed seeing the different ideas and techniques that have gone into the MOCs so I thought I’d start a thread for us to share our favourites or our own attempts. My favourite so far is by @azanderk. It’s a reworking of LLep’s version of the N1, the details are brilliant. Here’s my micro version, using a few less pieces.
  5. JackJonespaw

    [REVIEW] 75299 Trouble on Tatooine

    Yeehaw, folks. We’re out here in the desert. It’s hot, and it’s sandy. You could probably guess those two, but did you know I’m also dehydrated? I’m running out of time here, but I decided to use these last minutes to type up this review. Don’t say I never do anything for you. I put LEGO before my own life. So the Mandalorian! I’ll be honest, my memory of the show’s a bit fuzzy, like most memories out in this desert heat. Even so, it’s not like I could pay $9.99 / month to Disney Plus, the exclusive home for your favorite movies and TV shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic. Start streaming today at Help: Trouble on Tatooine I’m: 75299 Stuck: 276 pieces In: $29.99 | 29.99€ The: 3, The Mandalorian, The Child, and The Tusken Raider Desert: Star Wars This box stars my friends: Mr. Mandalorian, Mr. Child, and Mr. Raider. Mr. Raider also has his little hut, and what I thought was a desert dragonfly before seeing that it’s actually a ballista. Huh, who knew? Probably could’ve used one of those for Anakin 30 or so years earlier. Mr. Mandalorian has managed to sit Mr. Raider down, and is now about to execute him in front of a child. How cute, I love Star Wars! Here’s what’s inside. I was really hoping for water. These plastic bags could hold water, perhaps, but there’s not much I can do with that information other than type it out. Here he is, the guy. Mr. Dark Brown and Silver. He’s got enough printing to put a Kinkos out of business. He also has two guns, one for shooting, and the other one probably just to look cool with. Again, I do not remember what happens in the show. I don’t even remember the name of the desert I’m trapped in. “Awwwww!” Everyone said, until they learned his name was Gorgu. Then they all said “ehhhhhhhhh!” Still, he’s a cutie, but man, he is small. Like, I’m afraid my dog might eat him. That’s not a joke; that’s a serious concern. I don’t have a dog, though. And here’s the Raider. I really do not like these molded heads. I know this might be beating a dead horse (it probably died of dehydration, too), but I miss the old printed heads. These new ones are too...action figure-y. So, build completed, and tongue drier than the wine my wife made me drink on Thanksgiving, we have a speeder. It’s a pretty nice speeder, and definitely something I wish I had right now in the desert. The colors are not great, though. Like, not only is it not accurate to the speeder in the show, it just looks ugly. Occasionally Star Wars’ beaten-up, ugly ship aesthetic just doesn’t translate into LEGO well. But you can put Gorgu in the speeder, which is pretty cute. He fits really snugly, and can be a complete pain to get out. My strategy is kinda flicking the bottom of his legs out of the satchel, because pulling from the arms will do absolutely nothing. Does this count as a play feature? The speeder also fits the two guns of the Mandalorian. Sure, I guess that’s as good a place as any to put them. Usually your legs would go right in front of the barrel, which is maybe not the safest position for a gun, but minifigs don’t have to worry about that problem. See? He can comfortably sit without worrying about shooting his calf. Must be nice. Although if you flip it the other way, it’s pointing at a baby. So, kinda lose-lose for us folks with legs. Now this? This I’m jealous. I’ve not seen so much as a dent in a hill for me to shade. Well that’s not strictly true - I saw one, dived down in it to get out of this hot sun, and you know what happened? A rattlesnake was in there. So if I go into the shadows, I’ll get poisoned. Although, that might be better dehydration... Anyway, this little hut has all the fixings a Tusken Raider could need. A fire, a pot with one (1) bone, and some shaded seats. It’s not fancy, but out here in the desert, I’m realizing it doesn’t have to be. It can also do this if you’ve got company over. Set up a project screen where the campfire is, and you can watch some of the great Disney Plus films! It also folds up for...easy storage? I have no clue what or why this is. If anything, it just puts the the fire closer to flammable objects. I’m no firefighter (a firefighter wouldn’t get stuck out in a desert), but that seems like a bad move. To reiterate: I am very jealous. The dragonfly gun, however, isn’t all that bad. It’s a weird looking thing, but hey, who am I to judge? Maybe I look worse, no one really knows, thanks to the anonymity of the Internet and the sun scarring on my face. I guess it kinda looks like a big, buggy crossbow from this angle. I can definitely see how people could say it’s a ballista, and also how I could say it’s a dragonfly. And that’s it. A set like this, unlike a lot of these Star Wars ships, is very much a case of “you see what you get”. A hut, a speeder, and a ballista. Nothing here is mind-blowing, nor do I think it’s a particularly good build to be shown off. The best fate I can see for this set, for a lot of children, is being disassembled into their larger collection, while saving the minifigs. Generally I like to categorize LEGO Star Wars sets into one of two categories: either a vehicle or a playset. And while Trouble on Tatooine undoubtedly falls into that latter category, calling it a playset is like calling a great spotted kiwi a bird. It is that thing, but it falls quite short. This set has one play feature - a dart on top of the ballista, and three completely separate builds. I’m having trouble seeing the appeal of the set itself. Of course, we all know the real pull here are the minifigs. A $30 set with a really nice, new Mandalorian fig and Baby Grogu? It’s a pretty good deal. It’s one of those sets that fits the obligation of a $30 price tag while having to throw an appropriate amount of pieces in there to make it different from a battle pack. And the Tusken Raider, strange as it might seem, has an important purpose. If there were a more exclusive figure, or more prominent villain from the series, I doubt the price tag would have stayed at $30. Unless it was another generic figure. You could probably switch out the Tatooine aesthetic with some other random planet with a random enemy. An Oba Diah set with a Pyke, a Srilurr set with a Weequay, an Alzoc III set with a Talz - take your pick. Maybe Tatooine was chosen because of recognizability? Who can say. All in all, it’s a set that’s exactly what you’d expect. A simple build with the minifigs being the main draw. Pretty much the only reason for a $30 set to exist. So I’ll give this set a score of 3/5. Let me know what you think! Is this set more than the minifigs it includes? Why would you pick up this set? Do you think the ballista looks more like a dragonfly? Let me know below, and make sure you vote on the poll! Thanks to LEGO for giving me the set for review, and thanks to Eurobricks for being the fine community that it is. And thank you to this desert for killing me slowly and with a great deal of heat. I hate you.
  6. For those who haven't watched it yet, spoiler alert! Anyways I thought I'd start a topic for those who have watched it to discuss. Only 2 episodes have been released but I'm quite excited for the next few. What did you guys think about it?
  7. Veynom

    [MOC] Porax-42 Gunship

    And here lands my latest MOC ship: the Porax-42 Gunship. On-screen version: Porax-42c Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr Concept art version: Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr This gunship is based on The Mandalorian serie, and particularly episode 6 where it can been seen in a hangar at the end of the episode. It also appears among the concept arts. Note that the on-screen version is a bit different from the concept art, specifically the reactor pods front. Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr I decided to change the color code because I had a bit enough of the usual 50 shades of grey. I would have like trying a black and (dark) red color scheme but I lack the necessary curved slopes. Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr The resulting ship is quite compact and relies on extensive use of SNOT. Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr Porax-42 Gunship by Veynom, on Flickr Hope you like it. Comments welcome.
  8. thenightman89

    [MOC] "The Mandalorian" Skyline

    "This is the way." This build is done in the style of the Architecture skyline series and features the most iconic locations from the first season of "The Mandalorian." - Unidentified Ice Planet - Arvala-7 - Navarro - Sorgan - Tatooine Step-by-step instructions for this build can be accessed here and on If you love "Indiana Jones," I'd love your support on Lego Ideas! Please share this link to help spread the word!