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5.0 out of 5 stars Good battle of Endor character builder, 1 Feb 2012
= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: LEGO Star Wars 9489: Endor Rebel Trooper and Imperial Trooper (Toy)
This is a great way of increasing your characters for Battle of Endor role play. Nice detailing on the scout troopers - I like the more realistic grinning 'beardy guy' (some of the troopers in the big 'Battle of Endor' set have generic smiley lego faces). Not many pieces tho' (77 bits if your counting) - as with many 'battle packs' you are mostly paying for the 4 Lego figures. Includes a scout-bike & stormtrooper (black heads rather than faces). Also includes a rebel gun enplacement, with a wee bit of tree - which is quite neat. The recommended build age is 6-12, so makes a good value small gift or treat for an rrp 11.99. My 6 year old was quite happy making most of it on his own.

It is a great kit to get if you cannot afford the full-on 'Battle of Endor' set - which is also becoming inceasingly difficult to find. Buy with 'Ewok Attack' for more Endor characters.
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Initial post: 10 Feb 2012 01:02:34 GMT
Funkypeace says:
Battle packs were 9.99 last year and I thought they were expensive enough at that, so, personally, I find Lego's 20% price hike this year for battle packs a complete rip-off - we can already see much the same sort of price inflations across all Lego ranges too.

Previously I thought Lego was dear but worth the money, now I'm starting to think it is too dear and I will be buying less for my kids, nephews, nieces etc as a result, not because I cannot afford it but because I object to being ripped off.
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