LEGO 75314 Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle Set

LEGO 75314 Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle Set


LEGO 75314 Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle Building Toy for Kids Age 9 , Set with 5 Clones Minifigures & Gonk Droid Figure


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Features

  • This detailed, Star Wars buildable toy is a LEGO brick version of an Attack Shuttle with adjustable wings, from Star Wars: The Bad Batch
  • Features 2 spring-loaded shooters and a dorsal fin that lifts for easy access to the dual LEGO minifigure cockpit and detailed cabin
  • The buildable shuttle toy's adjustable wings move for landing/flight action and the cabin has space for 2 minifigures and a weapons storage
  • The set also includes a speeder with 2 stud shooters and another speeder with a clip for a blaster to add to the play possibilities
  • Includes 5 new-for-August-2021 LEGO Star Wars minifigures of Bad Batch clones Tech, Echo, Hunter, Wrecker & Crosshair with assorted weapons

Reviews

  1. I was excited to get this shuttle for our son’s birthday, he is a big fan of the the Bad Batch series and I must admit I enjoyed watching it with him. We are very pleased with the set, as it is always great to have a ship other than an x-wing or tie fighter in our collection. But I also have some points of criticism.
    The shuttle, that has rapidly become an iconic ship, looks very nice given its pleasing somewhat unique blue/grey colour scheme, the unusual wing position and overall size. The set comes with quite a few mini-figures and two speeders. Therefore it also offers much play value given the folding wings and the fact that it can be opened to hold four of the figures. Unfortunately Lego continues to include these abominable spring loaded missiles that always shoot when you don’t want them to and that we keep finding around our house - even our children don’t like them. Personally I am less of an enthusiast for speeders, we have plenty of them and I find it strange that even one of them was included in this set. I would have rather have had a slightly larger shuttle with even more inside space.
    The build o the 969 piece set was enjoyable, it took us about 2.5 hours over a couple of sessions, with me picking the parts and my young padawan putting everything together (even though he is 2 years below the recommended set age). There weren’t any stages that proved tricky for him as a fairly experienced builder. I only stepped in to put the stockers in place, of which there are quite a few. One thing about the completed set I would say is that I’m very much looking forward to Lego to start using ‘reverse’ tiles and plates - most of the spaceship models look stunning these days in particular since they have limited amounts of studs on the outside. However the reverse sides of the wings invariably look ugly and archaic, merely showing the underside or interconnected Lego plates. This is a particular eyesore with this shuttle when its wings are folded up.
    The figure selection is extremely good with all new figures. There is even a Gonk droid included for Wrecker so that he can waste some time weight lifting it. The likeness of the figures is great but it remains a bit odd that Echo has his hand rather than an electronic tool/hook. However the big, big omission is that there is no Omega figure!! - she plays such an important role in the series, often taking the lead that it seems strange she wasn’t included. Perhaps it was because there was no more space on board or, which I hope, because she will be released in a later Batch Bad set. Hopefully we don’t have to wait until season 2 for that.
    Also while it is nice to have this set with most of the Batch complete - the first season of the show is well behind us, and the Bad Batch did already appear in the Clone Wars series, several years before. Did Lego really think young children would wait for this set to get such interesting popular character as minifigures? - the young Star Wars fans we know already ordered their unofficial Bad Batch figures ages ago for a very friendly price and those actually look quite good.
    To summarise, great quality set again that each Star Wars or Bad Batch fan will appreciate. Very pleased that it was made in the first place. But four stars only because of the two speeders and lack of Omega. 
  2. After completing The Clone Wars it was great to have The Bad Batch series continue the story of these unique clone warriors.
    Naturally we wanted to add them to our growing Lego Star Wars collection, so this set was ideal for that.
    The addition of the speeders is a nice touch for this set as the ship itself is not as big as you might have wanted it to be.
    The blue/grey body of the ship is a little bit of an interesting choice, which hints at the shimmering hull in the Disney+ series - and in a way, it’s nice not to have a uniformly grey brick construction for this ship. At the end of the day, it’s going to be a question of taste by the Lego Star Wars master builders out there whether they are a fan of it or not.
    You’ll probably all be relieved to hear that the cockpit windows are already on the specific pieces and you wont need to gingerly position stickers for such a stand out part of the build - I know I was, anyway!
    It’s a shame not to have Omega in the line up, but the other clone troopers are great (particularly Tech) and to finally have a Gonk droid is very pleasing - I’m sure Omega will appear at some point in a future release…!
    It’s a nice build to work through, and with the folding wings it’s good for different display options - and can save some shelf space if needed. 

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