LEGO 75299 Star Wars The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine Set

LEGO 75299 Star Wars The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine Set


LEGO 75299 Star Wars: The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine Building Set with Baby Yoda The Child Figure, Season 2 Playset, Stocking Filler Idea


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Features

  • Features a speeder model with a LEGO minifigure seat and saddlebag for the Child to sit in, from Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 series
  • The set also features a buildable Tusken semi-round hinged hut hideout and spring-loaded, missile-shooting ballista for the Tusken Raider
  • Includes The Mandalorian and Tusken Raider LEGO minifigures, each with weapons for roleplay battles, plus a camp fire, pan and a bone!
  • Also includes a cute LEGO figure of The Child - the fan-favorite popular character affectionately known as Baby Yoda
  • This Star Wars building toy for kids 7+ years old makes a creative Christmas gift or stocking filler present idea that will entertain for hours
  • It comes with illustrated, step-by-step instructions so even LEGO newcomers can build with confidence

Reviews

  1. I wan’t too impressed with the release of this 276-piece set. I mean a Tusken sandpeople camp is nice, but the set only gets you only half a tent. Moreover the tent is poorly executed if you ask me, it looks looks like weak brick derivative of the lumpy cloth piled tent we see in the movies and series. Not only would I have appreciated a few more more tents, also the figure selection is a bit disappointing. Only one tusken raider is included. We already had a Grogu and Djin Djarin from the fantastic Razor Crest set. Though the latter was in his former Mandalorian outfit, this version in his full beskar armour was the main attract of this set. Nevertheless I can see that this set offers popular and key figures from the Mandalorian series at a relatively low price point to children. But this set is not cheap, and why didn’t they just offer the speeder with Djin and Grogu only at a lower priced set?
    A ballista is included as well, this offers some play value. But what should they shoot at? Are we supposed to create a Krayt dragon ourselves from Lego bricks? Why is there no Bantha included? The speeder is of a nice new detailed design but mostly because it can hold Grogu on the side. Though I’m always a bit bored by Star Wars toy speeders. Even so, the set offers decent play value and has quite few adventures in it. Yet the built is very undemanding, my 7-year old put it all together in no time.
    I still wonder why, as a set related to one of the most successful Star Wars productions ever, this scene from the 2nd seasons of the Mandalorian was chosen. I would have preferred a bar scene with Cobb Vanth, a space spider chase that goes nicely with the Razor crest, a conformation between Djin and Moff Gideon and some Dark troopers, or an hero vs stormtrooper set w Djin, Boba and Fennec Shand.. keeping my fingers crossed 
  2. Having watched The Mandalorain on Disney+ I really enjoyed the show. So when Lego came out with set Trouble on Tattoine (based on season 2) I instantly wanted the set. The set comes with The Mandalorain (with his Beskar armour printed on the figure) The Child and a Tusken raider. It also comes with a speeder bike, Tusken raider’s hut and ballista. Overall, if like Lego and The Mandalorain, then this a must have set!  
  3. Great product. But as with all LEGO, it's well over priced for what you get. All because it has a name attached to it! If this was made by an unknown company, it would cost at least half the price I paid! For anyone wanting to purchase LEGO products, try Ali-Express! Fully LEGO compatible and far cheaper. That's where I get my lego sets now for my kids, and they are none the wiser for it. 

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