Visit Bespin’s amazing metropolis in the sky—Cloud City!
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Relive a world of unforgettable moments from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back or add your own fun twists to the story with this LEGO® Star Wars 75222 Betrayal at Cloud City set. The amazingly detailed set is divided into 4 sections, each depicting scenes from the classic movie. There’s a landing platform complete with Boba Fett’s Slave I ship, a detailed promenade, a dining room with seating for 5 minifigures, a garbage processing room with incinerator, and a sensor balcony for epic Luke vs. Vader Lightsaber duels. There’s also a carbon freeze chamber with a function to ‘freeze’ Han in carbonite, an interrogation chamber and prison cell, a secondary landing platform for the Twin-Pod Cloud Car, and so much more. Add an astonishing 18 LEGO minifigures plus 2 droids to the mix, and you have a set that Star Wars and LEGO fans of any age would be proud to add to their collection.
Includes 18 minifigures: Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker in Bespin outfits, Chewbacca, C-3PO, Lando Calrissian, Lobot, 2 Cloud City Guards, 2 Cloud Car Pilots, Leia and Han in Hoth outfits, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, 2 Stormtroopers and an Ugnaught, plus R2-D2 and an IG-88 droid.
Section 1 features a landing platform with a sliding entrance door and Boba Fett’s Slave I ship with an opening minifigure cockpit, movable wings and space underneath to store the Han in carbonite element.
Section 2 features a dining room with a table, seats for 5 minifigures and a decorative Cloud City micro build; lounge with a transparent sculpture and 2 chairs; garbage processing room with an incinerator, conveyor belt and a deactivated IG-class droid; and a promenade with tree sculpture, mural relief and opening doorways leading to other parts of the model.
Section 3 features a sensor balcony with railing and swing-out function, plus a maintenance cabin with opening round window for epic Lightsaber duels, plus a carbon freeze chamber with lever-activated ‘freeze’ function.
Section 4 features a dark-red corridor leading to the interrogation chamber with a turning interrogation chair, plus a prison cell, hangar with a secret trapdoor and tool & weapon rack, and space for the Twin-Pod Cloud Car with opening minifigure cockpits and 2 stud shooters.
New-for-October-2018 minifigure details include Leia’s red dress, Han’s Corellian blood stripe, Luke’s dark-tan Dagobah outfit, the Ugnaught’s head decoration and the cloud car pilots.
Betrayal at Cloud City™ is rated
3.9 out of
Rated 5 out of
Betrayal by name only!Betrayal by name only!
I eagerly awaited the release of this set and I was not disappointed.
The size is amazing to recreate all the classic scenes from the Empire strikes back.
The build is self is fairly straight forward, and very sturdy. The mini figs were very appropriate to the model and the slave and cloud car are a fantastic size that compliments the overall product.
The price is a bit steep, however the use of VIP points ensured my hip pocket remained happy.
I can not to see what the next master builder sets will detail, maybe time for a Yavin 4 base?
Overall I am extremely pleased with this set, thanks Lego team and keep up the good work!
Date published: 2018-09-20
Rated 2 out of
Display Look + Price = Not a great setAs all of us are I am a huge lego fan -- in particular Star Wars sets.
It is a rare miss for lego with big Star Wars set but unfortunately, this is one of them.
First, the pros: minifigs are amazingly detailed and really good. The cloud car is pretty cool as well as Slave 1. Lastly, playability is none stop as there are many rooms to play in if you are a younger lego fan or older I guess there is not a problem with playing after all!
Now the cons: I am sorry, I know there is a premium on Star Wars branded items but this is not worth $350.00 for me. I really do not know who Lego was targeting here. It is not technically UCS but Master Builder which would justify the price I guess but with this price, I need to be able to display it. It looks horrible on display. It really is just a playset for a younger audience but with a collectors price tag. All my high-end Star Wars sets are able to be displayed and very nicely too. This set is awkward looking and I just do not like it in my opinion. The build itself was also kind of blah for me on a tech aspect, again for it being Master Builder (still not clear on this). Not super impressive but I admit the rooms and scenes are fun to build though.
Also, this may be of interest to some but my review of this set may also have something to do with the Harry Potter Hogwarts castle I just purchased. 6000+ pieces for $400.00 (Hogwarts) but when I saw 2000+ for this set at $350.00 it was a huge turn-off. Lego maybe next time space them apart so the huge price per piece ratio is not so glaring.
Anyway, this is this Lego collectors opinion and if you do enjoy the set that is awesome! For me, though I really felt like I wasted a lot of money.
1 caveat, If Lego took the Luke vs. Vader part and made that a mini set I would be all over that.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 1 out of
Way too overpriced3rd time trying to submit a review, seems that they weren't approved?? Hmmm....
This set is way overpriced, not sure what Lego was thinking with this set; most fans who were waiting for a new Cloud City are AFOLs. What did we get? A playset with a high price and low piece count.
The best parts of this set is the minifigs and the cloud car/slave 1
Other than that, it is a very disorganized and awkward design.
My biggest gripe with this is the price. You could get Ninjago City Docks for $140 CAD less, and have 700 more pieces; you could also get Ninjago City for $46 CAD less and have nearly 2x the piece count and detail than this set.
For further comparison, the UCS Sandcrawler had 3300 pieces and was still only $350 CAD
I do realize that a lot of the cost goes to the bigger pieces and the licensing, but this is just sad. I was hoping for a better, more structured set.
Date published: 2018-09-19
Rated 4 out of
Awesome but priceyI love this set for what it is, but I do wish the price wasn’t so high. If it came with plates to create an enclosed cloud city for display I would agree with the price but I will say I will be playing and displaying this set for many years and I’m glad they made a better version than the original cloud city but this is not the best. Props to the designer for making this as good as it is. Thanks for the cool sets but try to not make them all so expensive.