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Jedi™ and Clone Troopers™ Battle Pack

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Product rating. 4.25 out 5 stars
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Take on the Separatists with the Jedi and Clone Troopers!

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Join the conflict with the LEGO® Star Wars Jedi & Clone Troopers Battle Pack, featuring a speeder with stud shooters and 4 minifigures, each with their own weapon.

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Command your own LEGO® Star Wars 75206 Jedi & Clone Trooper battle pack with this fun building set, featuring 2 Lightsaber-wielding Jedi Masters, 2 Clone Troopers with stud blasters and a speeder with stud shooters and rotating wingtip guns.

  • Includes 4 minifigures: Ki-Adi Mundi, Barriss Offee and 2 Clone Troopers.
  • Features a speeder with opening canopy and space for a Clone Trooper inside, 2 stud shooters and rotating guns on the wingtips.
  • Weapons include 2 stud blasters for the Clone Troopers and 2 Lightsabers.
  • Speeder measures over 1” (5cm) high, 3” (10cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Jedi™ and Clone Troopers™ Battle Pack is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More Clone Battle Packs!!! I'm SO excited that there is another clone trooper battle pack. Not excited about the TWO jedi. Ordinarily, I'd be pleased to get Barriss and Ki-adi-Mundi in a set, but not in a battle pack. These are designed to be bought in bulk, and if not, at least more than one. But with two named minifigs (one of which used to be exclusive to the 2011 Geonosian Starfighter), I'm a little disappointed that you only get two clones per battle pack. Three would have made it much better, if not three and a commander or lieutenant or something. Other than the minifigures (which are exceptional with printing and detail and such), the build is nice, not exactly a picturesque vehicle (especially from the back) and never seen in the CW or Episodes II or III, but it's a ncie build. The stud shooters on the vehicle don't look very nice, and they would have done better with a different style gun, but overall not bad. (not a fan of the wing-cannons being on top of the wing, instead of underneath, either.) Overall the battle pack is good, I'm just excited to get more clones (I already bought two). The build is pretty easy, and the wings fold almost all the way up (if you remove the white 2x2 tiles they would). Overall, this battle pack is worth getting one - maybe two - of, but not more than that unless you're desperate for clones.
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Republic battle pack While it is great to get access to figure like Ki-Adi Mundi and Barris Offee for a cheap price, I still find it rather annoying that they are in battle packs. Like the Bounty Hunters battle pack from last year, it's a cheap way to get rare minifigures, but battle packs are supposed to greatly expand your army. You don't need multiple Ki-Adi's or Barris' on the battlefield, one of each is fine enough. Despite this, the textures on them are great though, as they don't have their goofy Clone Wars art style as they did with previous sets. Barris' slanted brick piece that acts as her legs is an interesting addition, however I would have prefered her to have actual legs. A minor note, I would have prefered that the Clones had solid white Phase 2 armor, like they did in preliminary images, as solid white phase 2's are hard to come by. A similar issue I have with the Imperial Patrol battle pack is the the driver of the craft has nowhere to put their weapon while flying the craft, which seems like an odd oversight.
Date published: 2018-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 'Begun the Clone War has...' As with all battle packs fans just want the minifigures and 75206 doesn't disappoint. Ki Adi Mundi has only appeared once before and that was as a Clone Wars minifigure with very big eyes. This version is based on Attack of the Clones and looks brilliant, with exceptional torso printing. Jedi Padawan Barriss Offee is brilliant, especially the new skirt piece. There's great face printing to represent her markings and a realistic pale green is used. The Clone Troopers are probably what will attract fans most as they aren't given a specific rank so are perfect for army building. The mini-build speeder isn't particularly interesting and as so few pieces are devoted to it feels as if it has voids. It doesn't even have handlebars to pose a minifigure controlling it. This is a great battle pack including some of the most obscure Jedi, although it would be nice to see a Separatist battle pack to go with this one.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The More, The Better When I initially purchased this set, I did it for the minifigures, which battlepacks are really meant to be for. The figures are excellent by the way; the clones can be massed and have nice updated printing on the legs. The inclusion of two Jedi, on the other hand, seems a bit off to me because the Jedi are supposed to be unique and one of a kind characters that aren't meant to be. With that being said though, I do love the detail on both Ki-Adi Mundi and Barriss Offee. It's a major upgrade from the previous Clone Wars style figures. One downside I see though is in Barriss Offee. The actual figure is fine but I've found that the new "skirt" piece is made with a really light plastic and has a tendency to fall over quite easily, much more than in the past when the regular brick slope pieces were used. All in all, I feel like this is a good set to purchase once, maybe twice. Maybe some people might even want an entire army of Ki-Adi Mundi and Barriss Offee and make many purchases. I wish this were an all clone trooper battlepack, and although the Jedi are great inclusions, I feel they could've been added to other future sets. A battlepack with just clone troopers would be extremely massable, and more successful in my opinion.
Date published: 2018-06-14
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