Play out your own LEGO® Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures encounters with this impressive tri-wing Tracker I model, featuring spring-loaded shooters on each wing and side hatches that reveal a weapon store, access ladder and a prison cell with space for a minifigure. Open the 3 windows of the minifigure cockpit and attach the M-OC Hunter Droid using the special shoulder armor element, before swiveling it into position for flight mode. This great set includes 3 minifigures plus a buildable probe droid figure.
Includes 3 minifigures: Rowan, Emperor Palpatine and an M-OC Hunter Droid, plus a buildable Probe Droid figure.
Features tri-wing design with a spring-loaded shooter on each wing, opening side hatches revealing a weapon store, access ladder and prison cell with space for a minifigure, and an opening 3-window cockpit with swiveling pilot function.
Weapons include Palpatine’s Force Lightning elements, a blaster, 2 red Lightsabers and a blue Lightsaber.
Also includes a handcuff element.
Hold Rowan or other minifigure in the prison cell.
Open out the 3 cockpit windows and attach the Hunter Droid.
Shoulder armor element required to attach to the cockpit.
Play out your own exciting adventures from the LEGO® Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures animated TV series.
Measures over 6” (17cm) high, 13” (34cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide.
Rated 4 out of
Really cool setThe Tracker 1 is probably my favorite ship from the Freemaker Adventures, so when the sets came out I was like "I have to buy this set!" It took about two hours to build, but it's pretty simple and straightforward. Here are the pros and cons.
Pros: Cool design, spring shooters work good, the prison cell function is fun. The minifigures are great, I like the details on Palpatine and Rowan, but the M-OC Hunter droid is definitely the best, I really like his helmet.
Cons: the only thing I don't care for in this set is Rowan's short legs. I know that they are trying to make him look like a kid, but I think it would be cooler just to make him have normal sized legs.
Overall, this is a great set for anyone, it's worth the money, and the M-OC Hunter droid is insanely cool.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 4 out of
Buy It For The Parts If Nothing ElsePROS: I like this visual of this ship a lot because it reminds me of the TIE Phantom from the Legends/Extended Universe. It is swooshable and well built for play. The set is worth getting just for the parts...it has 3 canopy parts alone and several rare and valuable components to adult and expert builders. The figures are also fun and I believe completely unique to the set. I have always liked the probe droid and this version I think is my favorite. It may not be a canon vehicle but I actually recommend picking it up especially if it goes on sale.
Date published: 2018-05-21
Rated 4 out of
Really fun to play with while looking coolThis set was super cool as soon as I got it and was a super fun build. It uses a good balance of technic and brick pieces which is good because I always get a bit sick of all technic and this helped me out. I didn't really need to do any modifications onto this model even though I usually do them because this set was cool enough on it's own.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 5 out of
Very Pleased with this BuildBuilding everything in 3s to build the symmetrical wings got a little bit repetitive, but this was a very satisfying build and my very first flyer so I am very pleased at how everything came out. I can't wait for my next build.