Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14
Rated 4 out of 5 by veryblocky Great product!
I recently purchased this set to accompany my AT-ST walker, and I can say that I'm very pleased with the way that it looks. The 4 mini figures have different clothing (although it is quite similar) and there are 5 stud shooters that come with it, 2 of which are on the bike itself.
However much I like this product, I can't say it's value for money. £11,99 doesn't seen to cover the reletaviely small set. I'd much prefer it is was a bit cheaper. I do know that the other battle packs are also the same price, but this one just feels much smaller.
23 November 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tbolt16 Rebel Alliance Battle Pack
I love this set, as it has fabulous minifigures and an awesome vehicle. I've made a custom Cad Bane using the Duros head and a fedora hat as well as a breathing apparatus that Crossbones has. I also pretend the Rodian is Jakoli who was a bounty hunter during the Clone Wars.
31 October 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by SteveRogers Great Gift
I got this present as a gift for my 15th birthday and I really like it. at first I did not realize that it was a battle pack because all of the minifigures were so diverse plus I have not caught up on all of the latest star wars going-ons so at first I was a little wary of it but I built it and really enjoyed it. the minifigures are quite diversew and so the playability is pretty great
first let's do an overview of all of them, two of them have jetpacks and two do not. the jetpacks look really cool and add a lot of displayability and playability to the set. I also noticed however, that all of the minifigures are built out of two types of torsos and two types of pants which if you do the math gives you exactly four different combinations. coincidence? I think Not! I was simply stating this though and it in no way detracts from the set. now let's go over each minifigure
Cad bane: he is one of the jetpacked minifigures and he has a gun. his face printing is very well done and I have only one complaint. No hat? I always remember cad bane as the blue alien in the fedora and that is probably the main disappointment of the set. oh well.
Greedo: yes, I know that this is not Greedo and that he was shot by Han Solo in episode 4 but his head is the same it looks very nice
The People: they are vey well printed and they look perfect like they belong in the set. not much else to say.
The hover bike:
The hover bike is really well built and quite sturdy it is certainly made to be played with as it is not overly displayable however it looks very good with the minifigures mounted on it firing away with the two guns on it. also I am very happy about the total lack of stickers on this set. yay!
very nice minifigures
Cad Bane has no hat
only two jetpacks
this is a very nice set I enjoyed building it and I enjoy playing with it. by the way if you need extra guns this is the set you want! it is loaded! it has three guns for the minifigures, one mounted on the back of the Bike and a brick attachable one mounted on the side.
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30 June 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by ImperialCadet The Empire better watch out!
This battle pack is one of the best Lego has released in recent years. It comes with 4 cool, new minifigures but the speeder is super oversized and clunky looking.
The 4 Rebel soldiers this set comes with are definitely the winning factor. It comes with 1 Duros Rebel, 1 Rodian Rebel, and 2 Human Rebels. I've never had a Lego Duros or Rodian so these are very nice figures to have. The 2 Human Rebels are also cool, I especially like the brown and white helmet that comes with one of them, it looks very true to the game this set was based on. One gripe I have for this set is the same as for any Battle Pack Lego has sold in the past 2 years. Stud shooters! I can't stand these fat blasters! They look so fake and unrealistic :(
The speeder bike that comes in this battle pack looks like it's really only loosely based off of the speeder bikes seen in the Original Trilogy. The speeder is way too big for the minifigures and shouldn't seat 2 people. It's a nice feature but the speeders this is based off of are clearly 1 seaters.
Overall, this is a great set for Original Trilogy fans, Rebellion fans or fans of the game this Battle Pack is based off. It comes with 4 great minifigures and a lot of nice pieces.
17 June 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbo Finally, a satisfying battle pack!
First of all, I'd like to say that the old 'clone walker battle pack' (if anyone remembers that) was by far my favorite battle pack Lego has made. None of the new ones come close as far as army building goes. Now, with few really attracting my attention, I was very surprised to find such a unique set including two non-human species, and different uniforms. In my own opinion, Lego seems very cautious about putting minifigs (other than humans) in small sets, and avoids more than one in larger sets, as well. Also, it seems very rare to find a 12 dollar battle pack that includes specifically one kind of minifig (in this case, rebel soldier). This set is different.
PROs: 4 epic rebel troopers with one new duros and one rodian face. Two types of new uniforms. Speeder bike that actually stays together well and is really fun to mess around with. Low price with pretty good piece count.
CONs: Another different set is required to be bought for battles. Speeder bike is a little clunky, would've been kinda cool if sized down a bit and had little weapon crate or something added.
I was pleasantly surprised with this set's release and would completely recommend it for anyone wanting to increase their rebel army or simply have a cool double seat-er speeder bike and awesome rebel troops to add their collection. Hope this was helpful!
01 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by starwarsfan101 Nice Job Lego
This set is very well done, the finished product is very substantial feeling. The speeder is pretty great, and is surprisingly heavy. The minifigures are great, especially the Rodian. The jet-packs are great, and the helmets are good. Unfortunately The minifigures all carry stud-shooters, which are great when built onto a vehicle or building, but detract from the overall realism of the set.
29 April 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by miniFIGman101 What does this mean???
This is a great battle pack to say the least. I really enjoy seeing the diversity of each rebel fighter! I have to ask, is this set, along with the Galactic Empire Battle Pack, a prelude to new Star Wars Battlefront sets? Even better, is this just a glimpse at new sets coming out for the Star Wars Rogue One movie? I think that this battle pack along with the Empire one are GREAT sets and should be accompanied with others to come. (Personally, I think that these sets should be continued. We need some more rebel v.s empire sets such as these in the near future!)
04 April 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by WampaHunter Great but for one thing...
Here's the deal, this is the only new army builder with everything to scale and that gives you the bang for your buck that the army builders are known for... BUT we're stuck with these new blasters, the ones that don't match the awesome blaster we get in the regular sets. I'm not against the new blaster, but we should get the scale molded ones as well. These blaster don't work in models, and look funky. Instead we have to buy the real blaster online (and the prices are going up since lego isn't putting them in these kits anymore).
Now for the set themselves, it's disappointing they don't have Battlefront packaging, since we all know these are from the game, but the MFs look great, the bike is the right scale, the value is on par with the other army sets from the last gen. We just need Lego to care about the blaster issue before we loose the goods ones in the bigger sets because they don't hear us collectors complain about these ones.
Bottom Line: Great set, just stupid blasters! Best of the new army blasters.
26 March 2016