Play out a daring LEGO® Star Wars mission to make off with the partially constructed First Order AT-ST walker. This exciting LEGO Star Wars toy features an under-construction walker with posable legs, a wheel at the back for rotating the turret, and dual spring-loaded shooters for intense action play. The set also includes a buildable hangar lift, so your Resistance fighter can enjoy recreating exciting scenes with Finn, Rose, BB-8 and Captain Phasma from the blockbuster Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie.
Includes 3 minifigures: Finn and Rose in First Order disguise and Captain Phasma, plus a BB-8 figure.
Features a partially constructed First Order AT-ST with posable legs, rotating turret function and 2 spring-loaded shooters.
Also includes a buildable hangar lift with space for a minifigure.
Weapons include Finn’s blaster pistol and baton, Rose’s blaster pistol and Captain Phasma’s blaster and spear.
Use the lift to help the heroes board the walker.
Recreate your own scenes from the blockbuster Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie.
This LEGO® Star Wars toy is suitable for ages 8-14.
AT-ST measures over 8” (22cm) high, 7” (20cm) long and 5” (13cm) wide.
Hangar lift measures over 6” (17cm) high, 1” (4cm) wide and 3” (8cm) deep.
Rated 1 out of
One of the worst Lego Starwars sets ever made...I am extremely disappointed with this set. Not sure what went wrong when the designers were making this set, but it is just terrible. As we all know by now, in the movie BB-8 hijacks and dismantles a COMPLETE First Order AT-ST and wrecks havoc upon the First Order, saving Finn and Rose. While this set is technically accurate to the film, it was poorly made because its an incomplete AT-ST with an elevator side-build that just doesn't make sense...
This set would have been so much better if we got a complete AT-ST with a Play-Feature that allows you to dismantle the head, revealing BB-8 - making it more accurate to the film. I would have gladly paid $50-55 for this set if they got rid of the elevator side build, and upped the piece count to 500-600 and add in a First Order Executioner Mini Figure. The way it is now, is just terrible. The only redeeming quality in this set are the mini-figures. The Finn, Rose and Captain Phasma mini figures look fantastic. But I cant justify anyone paying $40 for 3 good mini-figures. To break it down:
- 3 really nice mini-figures, 2 of them being exclusive to this set.
- $40 for an Incomplete AT-ST. You can get a complete Imperial AT-ST for $40 (The Rogue One set)
- Useless side build. I really don't see the point of including the elevator build.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of
What a waste...This set is so bad. It's a near identical to the 75153 AT-ST Walker, but without the head. The Captain Phasma and the Rose minifigure is the only reason to get this set. The little side build was very short and easy and was only in there to raise the piece count that could've been raised with the head there. With only 370 pieces this is not worth the 40$ price tag and is worth 30$ at the most.
Date published: 2018-01-24
Rated 2 out of
At least we have half a ship.This set depicts a scene from the Last Jedi in which BB8 steals an AT-ST. In this respect the model is fairly accurate.
The AT-ST is almost identical to the Rogue One version released in 2016, with one obvious difference, the head. It is well built and is very sturdy. However I find it ridiculous that the pieces to build the head fully weren't included and even better there should've been a function designed to remove the head as happened in the film.
The included platform is also useful and we'll built and offers a way to better play with the model.
Good choice of minifigures.
Well designed legs and good function for moving the head.
Accurately represents the scene from the film.
Lack of head function.
Lots of stickers.
Overall I wouldn't recommend this set unless you wish to reanact the scene from the film.
Additionally the price of this set is outrageous. £54.99 for 370 pieces and only half of an 'AT-ST' walker in comparison to £45 for the Rogue One version is bordering on a con. Had I not had VIP points available I wouldn't have bought this set.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 1 out of
Not worth the moneyThis is a very poor effort from LEGO. I'm not sure if it is really Disneys fault for passing scene details or if LEGO decided to build a scene but if you haven't seen "The Last Jedi" movie you will be left thinking half the peices are missing because this is an incomplete AT-ST as shown in a scene in the movie.
I'm sure that in the movie the AT-ST is in a construction area and has it's head to start with but because it is under construction the top of the head falls off to reveal BB8 driving it. You can't even recreate that because all you get is the base of the head and no top and at £55 this is not worth the money as it is limited to one scene.
I hope Lego see sense and offer an add on to make a complete AT-ST because this would be a great piece of kit with good articulation, great features and reproduction and worth the money.