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Elite Praetorian Guard

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Product rating. 4.63 out 5 stars
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Protect the First Order with the Elite Praetorian Guard!

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Engage in elite combat with this buildable and highly posable Elite Praetorian Guard figure, featuring red armor, textile skirt, lever-activated moving arms and a bladed staff.

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Defend the upper echelon of the First Order with this buildable and highly posable Elite Praetorian Guard figure. This imposing figure features red-armor detailing with textile skirt, unique helmet design, and chest and arm decoration. It also has a lever on the back to send the arms swinging, plus a double-handed bladed staff that splits in two for furious single-handed weapon combat. Fans of the First Order will love running into battle with this expert fighter.

  • Buildable and highly posable Elite Praetorian Guard figure features red armor with chest and arm decoration, textile skirt, lever-activated moving arms and a double-handed bladed staff that splits into 2 single-handed weapons.
  • Move the limbs into any battle pose.
  • Features a sturdy and durable design for intense action play.
  • Play out epic adventures from the blockbuster Star Wars: Episode VIII movie.
  • Stands over 9” (25cm) high.
Elite Praetorian Guard is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snoke's Elite Praetorian Guard These guards are clearly inspired by the Emperor's Royal Guards, but as stated in an interview with the costume designer, are also influenced by Samurai. This has to be one of my favourite build-able figures. It's very movie accurate when compared to official images and has a great design. The build isn't complicated and is very pose-able. The shoulder plates nor the tunic limit the pose-ability. The helmet has been moulded to a perfect likeness and there's even detailing on the back. The weapon can either be one long staff or split into two. The play feature works quite well, especially when using the weapon as a staff. It doesn't work very well when they're separate blades. Also, the play feature means that the figure can't be displayed from the back as it looks messy due to the technic pieces. I think this is the best figure from The Last Jedi range and a perfect addition to any collection. I'd just like to see them in action now in the film!
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Star Wars constraction at its best. I bought this set on Force Friday for myself to review and possibly use its pieces in future MOCs. I was not disappointed in what I received. Pros: Size. I was honestly surprised when I realized how large this set is in comparison to other constraction sets like the 2016 Uniters, or Umarak the Destroyer. It is about a head taller then the Uniters and a little bit shorter then Umarak. Pieces. The piece selection in this set is great. Good colored and printed pieces, along with a new armor add-on. Price. For 25 US dollars, this set comes with a good ratio of parts, with new prints, molds, colors, and a new cloth piece. Appearance. This set looks great. Tall and intimidating, this almost Samurai-like character looks awesome on my display shelf, mainly because it's size and color make it stand out compared to most gray/silver styled constraction figures. Cons: Posing. They way the shoulders are designed cause some poses to be hard to accomplish, and the skirt may get in the way of play. (I haven't play tested the model) Design. This is very minor, but the back area has exposed technic used for the play feature, which doesn't look all that good in some places. Play feature. The play feature in this set works fine when the staff weapon is together, but when you make the staff into two smaller weapons, the arms lack the friction they need for some poses. In the end, this con doesn't come into play very often. To conclude, this set is great. If you are a Star Wars fan, buy it. If you are a MOCist, buy it. And if you know a kid who might like it, buy it. :P It's great, so as I have already said, buy it.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good-looking set! I’ve been a fan of constraction since the early 2000s, so I decided to buy this awesome-looking set (definitely the highlight and probably the best set of this current wave). The torso build is interesting, however this vertical swing gimmick looks a bit awkward to pose unless his weapon is added for a perfect but average playability. Overall, the design/build is pretty solid aesthetically, and I’d highly recommend if you are a kid or AFOL (I’m an AFOL btw).
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good but hard to customise... I really like this figure. it has a great design and the weapon pieces, helmet and shoulder pieces and the cape are my favourite parts. the one problem i had is that the back with the action feature really lets the figure down and was really hard to customise to look better with the pieces i had, but it turned out okay in the end. but i would definitely recommend the figure, just not to a collector who likes movie accuracy.
Date published: 2017-10-11
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