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LEGO Star Wars 9516: Jabba's Palace

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Price: £119.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Includes 9 minifigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk.
  • Features sliding throne with trap door and hidden treasure, entrance gate with movable guns, flick missile on detachable roof and detachable watchtower.
  • Also includes Han Solo in carbonite, handcuffs and Jabba's water pipe.
  • Weapons include medium blaster, blaster pistol, blaster rifle, thermal detonator, axe and Boushh's lance bladeJabba the Hutt features posable head, body and arms.
  • Avoid the trap door and release Han from his carbonite prison.
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions58.2 x 37.8 x 8.7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:9 - 14 years
Item model number9516
Main Language(s)German, German translation
Assembly RequiredYes
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0074566JS
Best Sellers Rank 22,537 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
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Date First Available9 May 2012
  
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
  • Warning: Only for domestic use

Product Description

At Jabba’s Palace™ on Tatooine, Princess Leia is disguised as Boushh as she tries to rescue Chewbacca and carbonite-frozen Han Solo. Can she get past the roof-mounted missiles, defense guns and surveillance equipment to reach them? Or will Jabba and his motley band of followers capture the princess and entrap her beneath Jabba’s sliding throne? Includes 9 minifigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk.

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By East Hull Jedi on 28 Dec. 2012
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This set is EPIC!!!!!!! and awesome!!!!!

Got this for Xmas from my wife and I love it, the best set for 2012 for def!!!!!

The detail of the set is great and the minifigures sell the set straight away as there are excellent. The detail on the palace it's self very neat and well done by Lego. The palace splits into two pieces one piece being the palace and the other piece being the watch tower/palace entrance. You also get small accessories under Jabba's throne which is cool, in there is gold coins, a frog and blaster gun. The Jabba figure is really well and finely detailed he has a small tattoo on his right forearm which looks really good. Princess Leia in Boushh bounty hunter outfit is really well detailed just like in ROTJ film, she also comes equipped with her weapon and a thermal detonator (you get a spare in the set too). Oola the dancer fig really nice green colour and has a double sided face, the head piece is rubber. Han Solo in Carbonite is more a less the same as the one in the 2010 Bobba Fetts's Slave 1 set, however one side of his face is different. Bib Fortuna fig is excellent with alot of detail, better than the previous version of him. Chewbacca is more a less the same as other Chewbacca figs already in the Star Wars Lego sets. B'Omara Monk and Salacious Crumb are really nice as well. The best mini fig has the be the Gamorrean Guard as he looks awesome, his detail just like in the film and his mould is really well done.

Overall a pricey set however it is well worth the money due to all the excellent detail in this set, would recommend to any Lego Star Wars fan. Looking forward the the Rancor Pit to add to the set next month.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Nov. 2012
Oh Lego, it really has become a love-hate relationship. The company has had its fair share of flawed Star Wars products, but Jabba's Palace was, in many ways, something that I expected for quite some time. It merely proves that for all the wonderful values of the toy, the business heads are willing to squeeze every penny they can out of poor parents and adults who, realistically, have better things to spend their hard earned money on.

Unless you're entitled to discounts or lounge around in Starbucks, Jabba's Palace won't make it to the shopping list.

But let's first discuss just how wonderful this product is, because it would appear that The Lego Group have really hit a cornerstone with this release. The choice of detail in this palace is remarkable, and helps to recreate the dingy atmosphere within Jabba's home.

The 'lounge' area (if you can call it that) can actually be removed from the 'watch tower', as the two are separate models that may be connected via Technics pins. This means you can choose to either place the watch tower at a more convenient location, or keep it close to the lounge for tighter playability.

One aspect of the tower that's interesting is that Jabba's front door can be found on it, along with the one-eyed creature that greets C-3PO and R2-D2. In the original version of the movie, the door was not much bigger than what is seen in this set, yet in the latest Special Edition, the door is suddenly akin to an aircraft hanger. It's good to see the designers were faithful to the original design.

In the upper levels of the tower, the Gamorian Guard can watch over the vast desert and possibly defend the palace if need be.
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By peter on 29 Aug. 2014
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This set is perfect in every way, the minifigures fit perfectly inside the palace & you are able to make quite memorable scenes form Return of the Jedi. It's price is questionable, but as I got it when there was a deal, it was money well spent. This set is perfect when you attach the rancor's pit underneath it. Quite superb!
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The above title translated from Huttese means "Let them marvel at our splendour!" - thanks to Wookiepedia.
The first Lego creation of Jabba's Palace was released in 2003 and it was a tidy building where you could add on a smaller pocket-money set on each side. This current set has increased in size and ambition and it also features a potential add-on.
Jabba is a vile gangster who exemplifies lust, greed and gluttony. So how do you portray that in a Lego set? Without difficulty in this case - the lardacious one is protected by an eyeball droid and a Gamorean guard at his gate so he feels at ease. His grossness can take his leisure eating frog things and being entertained by Oola, a dancing girl and Salacious Crumb, his hysterical monkey-lizard jester. When the mood takes him he can admire Han Solo frozen in carbonite adorning his palace wall. His obesity enjoys terrifying his friends and enemies and so he keeps everyone on their toes with a trapdoor in the floor.
This is where this set comes into its own because you can attach the Rancor Pit set below and the Palace scene will fit above it if you remove the tower. Neat!
Anyway, playability is still good without the Pit as the Palace wall pivots open and the roof is removable so you can get your hands in there. Another plus, for us, was no stickers. The minifigs are also really excellent, especially so if you compare them with the 2003 set. Although I don't suppose you could call his immensity a "mini" anything.....
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