LEGO Star Wars AT-RT Walker

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LEGO Star Wars AT-RT Walker is rated 4.382 out of 5 by 89.
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The 501st Clone Trooper is on patrol with Star Wars™: The Clone Wars™ edition Yoda and the powerful AT-RT™ walker when he spots a Commando Droid captain and Sniper Droid. Use the AT-RT’s swiveling laser cannon to attack the Droid! Take your blasters out of the AT-RT’s weapon storage compartment and open fire! Recreate your favorite scenes from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated TV series! Includes 3 minifigures with assorted weapons: Clone Wars edition Yoda, 501st Clone Trooper and Commando Droid captain.

Dimensions: 7.5" H × 0.3" W × 10.2" L

Shipping weight: 0.63 lbs.

UPC: 673419191555

Sub-brand: LEGO® Star Wars
Found in: Bricks and Blocks
Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from An amazing ATRT the best one yet The set itself is a little out of whack when it comes to scale and minifigs, but makes a great model. Grand Master Yoda: looks much better then all of the older Yoda variants but is still not as good as the episode II Yoda from the Yoda VS Dooku 2013 set. he does not belong with an ATRT. 501st Legion Clone Trooper: very authentic and uses the phase II mask(way cooler then the original clone trooper phase II mask) Commando Droid Captain: finally a commando droid officer! looks pretty good, but does not belong in any set from this 2013 wave. The Sniper Droid: looks terrible, and if this was based on the scene with them why is the ATRT set on umbara? has more value if you wanted to turn him into a better droidka then the ones featured in the clones VS droidkas set. The ATRT: is not flexible enough, and a little too big, but all around a great model.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from AT-RT Pretty good value buck-for-brick, mediocre playability. My only relevant concern is YODA ????? i have seen every episode of the clone wars and know well that Yoda was not there with general Krell and the 501rst. PROS Yoda comes in a cheap set good value nice clone trooper from 501 CONS sniper droid (as much as it looks like it does)can't roll into a ball AT-RT is not scale size to a minifig personally after getting it i would spend my money elsewhere
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very nice I love this set to the moon its awsome pros commando droid 501st clone trooper nice to get another yoda good price set is very size accurate to clone wars show cons sniper droid does not roll all in all I think its a great army builder and very fun to play around with as the legs are posable and you can have many fun scenarios with the at rt and sniper.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DECENT STAR WARS SET!!!!! It is an ok set but YODA and the turret destroyer droid is not accurate to the clone wars scene and the Walker is a little over sized !! PROS are the figs but not accurate and the Walker The CONS are Walker to over sized but over nice set!!!!
Date published: 2014-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from pretty good set i bought this set a couple hours ago and it isn't as good as it seemed but i still don't regret buying it. if you're a lego starwars fan i would recommend it
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OK Walker When I saw this in the store I decided to get it, and wasn't disappointed. The walker is cool and the instructions are straightforward, the only setback is the limited potability, it's hard to pose it any other way that is on the box. The Sniper droid is OK though I would have preferred some Umbrians as well. The Commando Droid captain is cool and makes the number of Commando Droids I have 3. The 501st Clone is cool. Yoda was the second setback to the set in the fact that his head is RUBBER! I mean come on, legos are PLASTIC not RUBBER, Rubber heads fall of too easily, I learned this from another set with a rubber-headed figure. Now to the pros and cons. Pros: -Comando Droid captan -501st clone -Sniper Droid -Good Walker Cons -It's hard to pose the walker in any other position that what is on the box -rubber Yoda head -no Umbrians Over all I am very pleased with this set and would recommend it to any Lego Star Wars fan.
Date published: 2014-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lego 501st Troopers? YES. This set was one of the best lego sets i have bought in a long time, and possibly the one with the best value for my money. The AT-RT looks magnificent, painted in the 501st colors and fitting in very well with the Umbara storyline. The sniper droid was very interesting, with a good design and build. Yoda being included in a smaller Lego set was very nice and he was done very well, with a notably darker blade for his lightsaber that is, in my opinion, more pleasing to the eye. The Commando Droid Captain looks superb as well and goes well with the ARC trooper battle pack previously released. the major highlight of the set, however, was the 501st Clone Trooper. Having a 501st trooper in a reasonably priced set that is already worth money for its value is explosive for me, and I will most certainly buy more to collect more 501st troopers in the future. (Heres hoping on a 501st battle pack?) Pros: Well designed AT-RT Great figures Sniper Droid built well 501st Clone trooper Very affordable Cons: AT-RT is slightly delicate
Date published: 2014-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from mediocre set i bough this set expecting a realy cool set, and i wasnt too dissapointed. this was a very easy build, but the 501st trooper and the sniper droideka ware very cool. unfortunetly this set did come with some annoying-to-apply stickers and the legs are not very flexible, limiting its play potential. for display purposes however, it is very good, in addition it gives us a full sized at-rt, which we have not seen since the one in 2005. and now to the pros and cons. Pros: nice for display cool minifigs Cons: stickers ease of assembly unflexible legs
Date published: 2014-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT Review This is a great set for its value. The minifigures are great especially the droideka and it is a cool set to add to any collection. My only concern is that the legs on the walker do not work very well and could have been better designed. I am a lego collector with many sets and hundreds of minifigures so please take my review seriously.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Set and BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This set is awesome. I totally recommend it. You are totally getting your money worths out of it. When you buy this set, you are collecting your clone, jedi, and droid army. I especially love the new 501st troopers. They really are awesome. This set has 222 pieces and it only cost $20!!!!!!!! the price is less than 10 cents per piece which is great. Pros: Everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cons: NONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2014-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great The last AT-RT was in 2005.Now to remake,just awesome.Their are a lot of things I like about this set. PROS:the clone is just cool.the 501st troop design is just cool. CONS:The droidaka could have been more like in the Star Wars movies. Overall,5/5 stars!
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Love It! This set was really fun to get because it came with good characters and was really fun to play with. The characters where Master Yoda, A clone trooper, A destroyer droid and a Special Droid. This set was quite easy to build but it was really fun to play with and a nice clone wars collectors item if you're into the clone wars lego sets. I liked this set because it was fun to play with, with it's flick-fire missiles and movable legs and I would recommend it to a friend . All up this set was pretty fun and a nice addition to my clone wars collection. See you all later
Date published: 2014-01-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Enough This set was good, I mean I like it, but it would have been better if it had flick-fire missiles at least. Then I would've given this a 4.
Date published: 2013-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect :D This set was great to add with my clones :D The minifigs were very detailed :D Yoda looked like he was extremly happy to me XD This walker is great with a cool place to hold the blaster :D
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What is it? It's not a bad little set but it dwarfs a Lego Scout walker. Which movie did this thing come from?
Date published: 2013-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Value I bought this set a few months ago, and I still love it! I am a big fan of Episode III sets, and this one doesn't disappoint. The detail on the Captain Droid and Yoda is awesome, and the way they look is great. The AR-RT itself was fun to build, and works great. The value behind LEGO Star Wars sets are usually pretty low, since they charge more than other sets per brick, but the AT-RT is something around 220 pieces for 20 bucks, which is above the ideal price of $1/10bricks. The only thing I don't like about this set, is the Droideka. The original sets from Episode I, like with Qui Gon and Obi-Wan, made the Droideka's better looking, more accurate, and better designed for children usage. These new Droideka designs make them flimsy, and not really true to the movie. Other than that, this set is excellent, and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested. Five stars!
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lego Star Wars AT-RT Review The Lego Star Wars AT-RT was a great set. The cannon and legs of the walker were moveable and there was space to store a blaster. It included Yoda, a 501st clone trooper, a commando battle droid, and a sniper droid. Pros: -The walker's legs and cannon are moveable -There was storage space for a blaster -It looked like the real walker (especially front design) with details -The 501st minifigure had nice printing and looked like the ones from the movie and Clone Wars -The set included Yoda -The Sniper droid looked nice -Set was fun to play with Cons: -The legs of the walker were limited to movement (could only move to a limit) and they would break easily -The cannon could only move from side to side, not up or down -The sniper droid couldn't roll up -The set should include more figures - The sniper droid would sometimes break Overall the set was fun to play with!
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Set. I really found this set fun to put together. I was impressed with how close the makers have managed to get the AT-RT looking to it's Clone Wars TV show equivalent. The Minifigs, I think are a good selection of easily recognizable characters and the Sniper Droid makes a really good addition to the set. Great set for kids and adults, not to mention Star Wars collectors like myself.
Date published: 2013-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from better than I was expecting. To tell you the truth I was rather iffy about getting this set, I enjoy making lego things more like what they are supposed to look like; and this is actually to big, the actual AT-RT is about the same size (minifigure scale) as the one that came in the Clone Turbo Tank. but i really wanted the 501st phase 2 clone so i got the set. Anyway, on to the set. it is a pretty easy build, it takes about.. 15 minutes, maybe less. it comes with yoda who, to my surprise was newer (and in my opinion better) then the yoda that came in the Republic Frigate. he has a rubber head still but it is alot firmer than the other. and he has back printing which the other did not have. The set also comes with a commando droid captain, which other than the head is the same as regular commando droids. The 501st phase 2 clone is pretty cool, he of course has the new phase 2 helmet and he has leg printing as well. the sniper droidika is nice but the part that they have as the back should actually be in the front, with the gun sticking through, but so far i have not been able to fix that. but it is a nice droid to have. the AT-RT as i said before, is too big. but i think they made it to big so that they could put alot more detail into it, which they did. it looks really nice. it was fun to build and see how it all came together. the gun moves to the sides, which i haven't figured out if it does that in the TV show or not. the legs cannot be bent forward so as to make the gun point down a little; but over all i think it is a pretty good set. it could have used another 501st clone and a regular commando droid, and they could have even taken out yoda, seeing as he is not in the episodes that they have the 501st AT-RT shown, but those episodes dont have commando or sniper droids either. on to the pros and cons pros: phase2 501st trooper commando droid captain new yoda nice look to the AT-RT cons: could have used another 501st trooper sniper droids front shield is on its back. God bless i hope this helped
Date published: 2013-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great set for any clone wars fan Normally I don't like clone wars sets but after seeing this one, I had to buy it. I already owned two at-rts from 2006 and thought this would look good with them and my clone turbo tank. I was not disappointed. But my greatest motivation to buy the set was the droideka, I had always wanted one since I started collecting legos in 2006. Thanks to this set I have a sweet phase II series although this set is not intended for that purpose. All I need is the wookie catarmareen and wookie attack! Pros: awesome droideka classic yoda great price cool droid commando nice at-rt Cons: wished they were printed bricks, not stickers I hope lego makes more of the phase II clone sets, we haven't seen them in awhile!
Date published: 2013-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from its awsome its awesomer then awesomer then awsomer
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT This is a relatively small set based on the 'Battle for Umbara' arc of the clone wars tv series. It has a newly redesigned clone walker, three minifigures and a new sniper droideka. The walker is awesome, with the distinct blue colouring and markings of the legendary 501st legion. There is just one small problem with the walker, and that is that it is massively oversized, the one in the 2010 clone turbo tank was more accurate in scale (allthough nowhere near as detailed). Minifigures 501st clone- probably my favourite minifigure in the set, he features the distinctive blue markings of his legion and is armed with a blaster. Commando droid captain- basicly the same as the ones in the elite clones vs commando droids battlepack, but with white markings on the headpiece. A good minifigure to have to build your seperatist army. Yoda- Although he may look the same as his previous variants, he is not as he has white hair and slightly different printing with detail on his back. Droideka- A cool addition to this set, the sniper droideka is a new design and utilises a few rare pieces. Because of it's long blaster barrel, it can not fold up like the droidekas do in star wars. AT-RT- Although about three times bigger than they are supposed to be, this version of the AT-RT is by far the best yet. The armour at the front looks almost exacly the same as the original from the show and the blue colour blends well in this model. The blaster gun at the front is simple yet effective and looks very accurate when compared with the tv show. Pros - new minifigures, especially the 501st clone and the Yoda - Accurate design - Cool sniper droid - pretty good value for money for $40 Cons - These minifigures, apart from the 501st trooper don't relly belong in this scene. - droideka can't roll into a ball Overall an excellent set that i would reccommend to a friend.
Date published: 2013-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great LEGO set I bought this for my 9 year old son and he adored it. The AT-RT was very easy to build and has moving parts. There is one thing my son didn't like though. He said the droideka can't fold up and roll. Other than a great set. It is worth the amount of money, I recommend this set to LEGO Star Wars fans.
Date published: 2013-09-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from super easy to break It is awesome but very easy to break. The legs don't stay on. The people are cool though. If you are looking for good people and parts this is your set only if you like star wars.
Date published: 2013-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really easy. The new AT-RT comes with new carachters and functions. The new minifigures : Yoda with rubber head and green lightsaber, 501st Clone Trooper with new suit and a gun and Command Droid Captain with new paiting and a red dot in the chest piece. The AT-RT comes in blue with movable legs, a 180º cannon, some movable doors and some stickers. The AT-RT also comes with an awsome Droideka that has a cannon and three legs.
Date published: 2013-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fairly Nice AT-RT This AT-RT is a good set, but way too tall. It is about as tall as my 7673 Gunship. This set comes with some cool minifigs and features. Pros: Minifigs, new yoda and phase two trooper Nice droideka Good moveable legs Cons: Price, should have been $15 instead of $20 And way too big for what it actually is
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Satisfying New AT-RT This set (for those who don't know) is based of the "Battle of Umbara" story arc in the Clone Wars. 501st legion AT-RT's were deployed to subjugate the uprising Umbaran population, who had sided with the Separatists. Now for the review: I have a few issues with the minifigures in this set. This set is based on the Battle of Umbara, so why are Yoda, a commando captain, and a sniper droideka in there? To be more accurate, and to be a better set in my opinion, they could have had 2 501st clones, Rex, and an Umbaran soldier or two. The vehicle itself is very nice though. It is pretty accurate to the show, with very detailed feet, and a front armor section far better than the previous version, released in '05 or '06 I believe. Good detail throughout the vehicle, the legs are pleasing and accurate, though they lack some pose-ability the other one had. I usually hate stickers, but on this set they look good. These stickers are clear and easy to apply. The cannon is simple, yet accurate and good looking. PROS: 501st Legion Clone! Detailed feet and legs Well-designed front section Blaster can be held behind the seat Stickers add necessary detail/accuracy CONS: Inaccurate minifig assortment Legs lack pose-ability Overall, a nice set. If you like the 501st legion, get it while it lasts. (I bought the last one at my store, they won't be re-stocking it.)
Date published: 2013-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool but..... hard to play with! My little brother has this set and the legs are always breaking! I said that it was average because I'm doing this from little brothers view.So if the kid is below the age of 9 or so this could be a little difficult.
Date published: 2013-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from attack of the at rt! this set is a must have for any lego star wars collector! the price is 20 dollars for 222 pieces which is a amazing deal, and definitley worth the $ the minifigures are so cool but i think the should have added a few umbaran solider instead of the droideka. master yoda is a bit different than the 2011 yoda, but i like him better because his head is sturdyer than the 2011 yoda. the droideka is slightlly different then the drodikas in the clones vs drodikas battle pack, but i like it better because its larger, and it just looks cooler! the at rt itself looks just like it did in the clone wars series, and is pretty sturdy. however, it is easy for it to fall over, but thats just 1 downside. i like the movable cannon, but it cant point up or down. the walker looks awsome, and can fit 1 minifigure and 1 gun. i like how you can move the armored parts up and down. now for pros and cons. pros minifigures are all cool walker is very strong the cannon can move around minifigures fit perfectly in the walker walker looks awsome great price cons no umbaran soldiers cannon cant move up and down falls over pretty easily
Date published: 2013-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sweet set! Hey guys! This set is so fun to build! But first, MINIFIGS!! Minifigures: Yoda; cool, but same old clone wars one. Next is the 501st clone; cool printing, and I love the helmet!! Now the commander battle droid; sorry if that's the wrong name!!! He has the same piece as the super battle droid! The droidika is a bit fragile, but awesome! Set pros: posable legs, spinning turret and gun storage. Cons: breakable and a bit over priced. DO DO DO DO DO DO PLEASE LIKE!
Date published: 2013-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lego AT-RT This is a very amazing set! Props to the designer for this! 3 figs, 2 new to 2013, 1 exclusive, and the cheapest way to get yoda and the 501'st phase II clone trooper. Plus you get a freaking sniper drodika! the ONLY 2 cons to this set is that the legs do NOT move forward and the AT-RT is about three times the size than it should be, but I don't really care about that. But other than that its an amazing set to get. I'm even planning on getting 2 more of them! Also the stickers are clear stickers so that means you can make this a 212'th AT-RT just by replacing the blue bricks, which is flipping awesome.
Date published: 2013-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Incomplete set My set came with everything needed except for the 501st clone trooper that caught my eye in the first place and was the reason I bought this set. All in all it's a good set but mine did not have the clone trooper.
Date published: 2013-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Set! This is one of the best sets in this wave. Why? I think it is because of the great value for the price. You get the walker, a droideka, yoda, a droid, and a 501st clone trooper. Lets start with the figures. -Droideka- built much better than most the previous but cannot role very well (I still think the droidekas from 2002 are the best) -yoda- same as the one in previous sets, looks funny to me because he's based off the clone wars -commando droid-same one as the battle packs, good to get another one i guess -501st clone-By far the best figure in the set, great printing; has a new helmet mold, I don't like it as much as the old helmets but it looks ok...there are some great custom 501st helmets you can order from other places to go with this clone...now on to the vehicle -Vechicle- This vehicle is much larger and cooler than I was expecting. I really like how well protected the clone trooper is on top. Also, there is a nice slot for gun storage and the antennas on the back are nicely-added details. It is also quite a bit taller than the clone walker from episode 3 (although that one is better in some ways too). Overall, I think this is a great set and I really like how much you get for only $20
Date published: 2013-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "Sniper! Keep your heads down!" Hi guys! This is my first review so don't be too hard on me alright? Ok! Now let's get right into it! The AT-RT is a nice little walker with lots of pose-ability and some cool features. The turret on the front of the cockpit can swivel from side side to side freely, but cannot move up or down. The cockpit features a small seating area for your clone trooper and you can place his blaster behind him in a little compartment. The legs of the walker are quite unstable and breakable so take caution when placing pressure down on top of the AT-RT, as they will break. Other than that, the walker is pretty cool and I like it very much. Now, the minifigures. Starting with the commando droid captain, he is exactly the same as the commando droids that come with the Elite Clone Trooper & Commando Droid Battle Pack, but with some blue printing on its head. The 501st legion clone trooper(The blue and white guy) is AWESOME and sports the new Phase II armor which in my opinion looks pretty sweet. Yoda is pretty much unchanged from all the other Clone Wars Yoda's, so yeah. For some reason, the sniper droideka isn't counted as a minifigure, but it (He?) is essentially a normal droideka with a big pole sticking out of it. Well, that concludes my review on the 75002 AT-RT. Have a nice day!
Date published: 2013-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Republic AT-RT The Republic AT-RT was a good set. All the minifigs were great, so were all the details and functions put into the set. Now let's get to the review. -Minifigures: In this set you get the minifig that everyone has been waiting for the Phase II Clone Trooper. I love the new Phase II Clones except for the fact that they don't have holes in the sides of their helmets anymore for antennas, flashlights, or binoculars. Either than that the new Clones are a must have, if you haven't already bought a set with a Phase II Clone Trooper then this is your set! Now to rest of the awesome minifigs. One con about the Captain Commando Droid, Sniper Droideka, and Yoda is that they aren't part of the Umbara storyline. Yoda is a little newer than the previous versions of him, he has back printing and his hair is white not gray. The Commando Droid just has some more printing to indicate that he is a Captain. The Sniper Droideka is a bit weird because the the shield is supposed to be in the front where his sniper is. But they all are a great addition to this set. I'd give the minifigures a 9/10 -AT-RT: The Republic AT-RT was a easy but fun build. There were about 4 stickers total. There are a few cons about the AT-RT. One is that the legs can only stand in one or two positions either than that it will fall. Second the AT-RT is a little too tall it should be the same size it was in the previous sets of the AT-RT, for example it is much taller than the Umbaran MHC when it is a small scout vehicle. Don't get me wrong though this is a good set. I'd give the AT-RT a 9/10 This set is one of my favorites because of the new minifigs, they're great to add to your collection or to build your army. I would recommend this set to anyone who watches Star Wars The Clone Wars and wants a new vehicle for their army. The rating I'd give this entire set is a 9/10 because of the over sized height of the vehicle and the lack of movement in the legs. Even though this set had some flaws I would definitely recommend this set. Well that's it for now I hope you found my review helpful.
Date published: 2013-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set! This is a very nice set with some nice minifigures! I suggest you pick this up! Hope this helps!
Date published: 2013-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Set!!! This set was very good. The mini figures are great, especially the 501st clone trooper. I thought that the AT-RT was awesome. It was very sturdy and I like the details of it. I thought it was a great idea to put the clones blaster in that little compartment. Here are my Pros and Cons: Pros: Mini-figs, AT-RT, the playability in this set, and the details of this whole set. Cons: The Sniper destroyer droid was a little breakable. Other than that this set was great!
Date published: 2013-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy and Fun This is my first review as a lego builder. (Just as a general info.) This set is easy to build and fun to play with, especially if you already have other droid and clone sets. It can break in two or three places but is easily repareble. The minifigs are all pretty neet. Yoda is not to different from the older models, except that he has more hair. The Clone, whom I nicknamed 'Appo' after Anakin's lieutenant, is very well designed and colored just like the AT-RT. The Commando Droid Commander is good, being what he is, but the Sentinel Droid exceeded my expectations. All in all, fun, playable set, particularly for younger builders!
Date published: 2013-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great kids set A great set for kids to play with the build is not too challenging and the mini figs are excellent.
Date published: 2013-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from hhhhhmmmm I saw this set and saw it was a good deal so i bought it ,but then i put it together and i was disappointed because first of all the at-rt legs were not designed very well.Second what is the point of a sniper drodika?I thought drodikas were ment for destroying large numbers of clones not to be a sniper.anyway my pros and cons now Pros:the price was good for the amount of pieces. yoda and the commando droid was a cool minifig Cons:the bad design of at-rt legs idea of the sniper drodika
Date published: 2013-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i don`t have the whole set this set looks very good but i only have the minifigures yoda the 501st legison clone and the commando droid captian.
Date published: 2013-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT Now I am missing words for this set, but I mean just WOW. This set is simply amazing. Now you're probably getting bored so I'll hurry up to the pros and cons. PROS: -New Yoda design (I think) -501st Clone Trooper -Sniper Droid -Commando Droid Captain -Really cool AT-RT Cons: These are really cons there more like suggestions towards future models. Anyway, -Little bit more move ability for the AT-RT -Maybe a speeder or so for the Droid Captain, or at least a hideout like a rock or a cannon or command centre. Overall this set is worth your money, so I encourage you to buy it! :)
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Set With Great Value! First of all this is a good set for what you pay for it, and you may want to buy multiples of it. So I will tell you what I think about the contents: Yoda: I love Yoda! This the cheapest set that you can get him in. Although the box info doesn't say he is new he really is because the hair is whiter than previous versions. Their is also back printing and slightly different torso colouring. Commando Droid Captain: This was a figure I was looking forward to collecting! Although it is pretty much the same as the other Commando Droids, it has a light grey ensign on its head. Unfortunately no vibro-sword. 501st Trooper: This is a very good minifigure. I love the blue printing. This would be perfect for a Jedi Temple March scene! AT-RT: This walker has lots of great detailing, but doesn't have much playability. I'm not complaining though. It is worth collecting. Sniper Droideka: Cool variation to the other droidekas. Useful for mocs with high buildings. Overall, this is a awesome set!
Date published: 2013-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought three! These are great fun and easy to build. I bought three for myself and my 5 year old! It's fun having extra droids and clone troopers for fierce battles with the other sets we have. The AT-RT tends to be top-heavy and falls over. I suggest a Lego base plate if you have one to assist it in standing. Reminds me of the Great Devourer snake in the Ninjago set # 9450, which is also top heavy. Lego engineers, more weight at the base would be helpful. Perhaps you could make some special heavier/weighted blocks for this purpose?
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the good set? no not just good AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!i love this set it is amazing the sniper droid is awsome and others so yah u need this (srry i have not written review in while) i would recomend this to a friend!
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice! This set is one of my new favorites. I bought it for £19.99, and I have to say it is the best value for money ever! Let us start with the minifigures, shall we? Yoda: Now this is my first Yoda figure, and I'm very pleased with his detailed printing and head made of rubber which also has his white hair on the back. Yoda also comes with his green Lightsabre. 501st Clone Trooper: I enjoyed this minifigure alot. His helmet is the main reason as it is a brand-new version with blue printing also featured on his armor. A blaster is also included in the set. (Just in case he gets knocked off his AT-RT) Commando droid: This droid is a great figure. It has a nice molded head and some printing on the chest to show it is a droid commander. The colour of it is unique, which makes me enjoy the droid even more. Now onto the actual set. The Droideika (I think I spelled that right) has nice detail to it and it has good play ability because it is more sturdy than the other droideika's making it better for younger LEGO fans. The AT-RT is without a doubt the coolest walker in the LEGO Star Wars collection, the bricks are the exact same colour of the actual walker, the legs are fully posable, very sturdy model etc. The best part about building it is that once the front is complete, it all folds in and forms the front of the walker and it looks really detailed. One last thing, behind the seat for the pilot, there is a place to store the blaster. It's quite handy :) Thank you for reading, and I advise you BUY THIS SET! For yourself or for somebody else, it doesn't matter, just buy it, you won't regret it at all! -Althric
Date published: 2013-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Umbaran Series is finally here! Hello Everyone! I'm back doing another review, and I'm sorry I haven't posted one for a while, I've been very busy at school. But anyway here it is! -QUICK SUMMARY- The AT-RT set has a Great unique build to it. It is much like the 2006 Episode 3 one but has a bigger sculpt and a clone wars look to it. I'm Very pleased with the veichle and its Features. -FEATURES- The AT-RT's legs can moves fluently and is good for a stop-animation. It also has a turret that can rotate around like in the clone wars seiers. -MINFIGURES- This set includes 4 spectacular NEW minifgures; Yoda is the very much the smae as the old clonewars yoda only his torso has changed and his grey hair is now white. Lego have also changed the look of green lightsabers, because before they were a lime yellow and now the look alot more realistic with a Transparent green colour. It also comes with an Elite commando droid, which is the same as a commando droid but with a silver plate ingraved into its head. This set includes a 501ST trooper ( a much wanted minifigure for a long time now) which has incredible decals and scultping to it. Lego have outdone themselves with this minifigure. (He also is available in the Z-95 Headhunter) And finaly this set comes with the ONLY Sniper-Droideka (so far), it is much bigger thana normal droideka avaialble in the Clonewars battle pack. And has a bigger shooting turret. -RATING- Overall it's a great set that I would reccomend buying, its worth the money and Is an incredible set. It has good features for playing experience, and the value for money is good too so I will rate this set a 5 star!. -IMPORTANT NOTE FOR FANS- I purchased this set, with the 7-95 Headhunter, both battlepacks, and the BARC SPeeder with side car, so I will be submitting reviews about them too. Thank you for your time and if this was helpful don't forget to click the helpfulness button, I really appreciate it. Lego-Dude100
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First set in three years It had been a while since I last bought a set but when I got into lego animating it was about time. This set is very detailed and very much worth the money since you get more than 220 pieces for 20 bucks! but it has some tech issues in the fact that it does not walk very good and it cant turn around... But it has some cooll figs and it did what I wanted it to.
Date published: 2013-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great buy this set is awesome and worth every penny the tier 2 clone looks awesome and the new yoda is cool. the droideka is pretty detailed. the actual walker is really good and looks just like the one from the show. a great edition to anyones clone army
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The 501st would be proud This set is amazing! 501st clone trooper rocks and has an awesome walker. Could be cheaper. Including yoda is overkill. Love the clone. This is a awesome set, get it now! minifigs are epic. Bye
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice set! The AT-RT has delicate legs but is a good set. The minifigs are great except the 501st helmet accessories. Now to the pros and cons. pros: Minifigs(Including the sniper droid.) Walker Cons: walker's delicacy That's all for now!
Date published: 2013-03-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Walking Terror First off, I must admit this set was a let-down. I was excited and thrilled for the new Lego Star Wars sets. The Headhunter was a great buy but this AT-RT set was not. The figures were epic except for the commando droid. Lego should have included an Umbaran soldier. The unique clone provided really blew me away, the details on the chest were great and the Yoda figure was a pleasent bonus. The actual walker itself was pretty good in the sense that it had cool color design and sturdy legs that do not easily break apart. The walker cockpit was nice and the whole set overall was mediocre. That is my review guys, hope everyone enjoys it.
Date published: 2013-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Set! This is one of the best sets yet, like ever. First off, the minifigs. Sniper Droideka The Sniper droideka is pretty awesome, probably the 2nd best droideka yet, after the ones from the Jedi Defense sets. It is an easy build and is stable enough to be played with. Great feature to the set. Yoda The new Yoda isn't that new per say, the only changes are his hair is white rather than gray and his head is plastic rather than rubber. Overall he is a great minfig, although I don't really know why he is in this set when Lego could have put someone like an Umbaran in here. Yoda wasn't in the Umbara series, but he is still a great fig. Commando Droid The commando droid is just like the others, except he is a more elite version. Nothing too special, still pretty cool though. 501st Clone What can I say besides Awesome, Epic, and Boss? This is by far the best minifigure in the set, and this is the reason that I will probably buy 2 or 3 more of it. If this set didn't have the clone, I would only have 1, or maybe none. He is a great new print, and I hope to see many more when the expected episode 3 wave comes out, since there was an Episode 1 wave and in June there will be an episode 2 wave (AWESOME NEW GUNSHIP!) This fig is just great. No flaws at all!
Date published: 2013-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool Set, But one problem... This is a very cool set, and most of all, I LOVE the minifigures. My favorite one is the 501st Legion Clone Trooper. It comes with a great new helmet, legs, a torso. The Yoda minifig is great to. Yoda may come in many sets, but I don't have many Yodas. He comes with a new double sided torso, and finally a solid plastic head, but when I turn his head, it squeeks for some reason, but great minifig! The other one is a new, never before seen commando droid captain! And I have to say, it is pretty cool. And the set also features a new sniper droid (not destroyer!). The AT-RT itself is really cool, with a 180 degree rotating laser cannon, and a place to store the trooper's gun. The only problem with the set is the legs. The legs are kinda flimsey, and the feet break really easily. But to fix that put two 4x6s on the bottom of the feet, then use 6-8 sliders on the bottom of the 4x6s. Then the AT-Rt can slide instead of walk, which is so much easier. So overall, great set, but not very good playability.
Date published: 2013-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small,but AWESOME! I love this! Once I learned about the new Lego Star Wars sets, I couldn't wait! Now let's talk about pros and cons: Pros: Captain Droid Clone Yoda Cons: Destroyer droid can't roll AT-RT too small It's still 5 stars though!
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome! first thing, the sniper droid is AWESOME. I like the 501st AT-RT. it fits in with other sets nicely. pros: -mini figures/sniper droid -authentic -rare bricks -moving turret cons: -legs not poseable -easily broken This is very cool and fun, you should definitely get this set
Date published: 2013-03-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks cool, ... is not great I thought this was going to be an EPIC set when I first saw it. As it turns out, I am not thrilled. On the box it looks like it has great detail and neat minifigures. Well... kinda Minifigures Comes with a 501st clone trooper, Yoda, and Commando Droid captain. The 501st clone is great. He has fantastic printing on torso and legs, the new helmet mold is awesome, and he has a generic clone face. No cons for this minifig. Yoda, well, again? I have many, many, many, Yodas. Yoda was not even on Umbarra! sigh. Commando Captain is okay, all that is different from the standerd Commando droid is that he has face printing. Cool I guess. Sniper Droideka Looks kinda junky. It does not roll up at all, like some droidekas do, and it does not ressemble the Sniper droideka from the Clone Wars at all. Mine breaks very easily. Rather poor in my opinion. AT-RT Is way too big. A clone should be able to get up on it by stepping on top of the leg from the ground. In all it should be twice as tall as a clone, and the legs should fold. I give it a 0 out of 5 for scale accuracy. Also it has poor poseability. The legs do not bend forward at all,, so it can't fold down in "park" position and it cant really walk. Lego has failed at the AT-RT a few times in the past, and this changes nothing. Lego you must make these smaller! The only good A-RT came with the recent Turbo Tank. The good thing about it is that it has suberb detail. The armor looks nice and is accurate. Stickers are okay and look good when applied. If it were half as big as it is, It would be 2 times as good. Overall this is not great. It is not an army builder set as it is $20 for 1 clone. It is way too big and the Sniper Droideka and Yoda are failures. The pros are the 501st trooper and the fact that it is well worth the money peice wise. 222 peices for $20 is not bad. The cons are just about everything else. Not a great addition to my collection for sure. For those of you who would love a 501st trooper battlepack ( myself included :P ) this is not it. Hopefully Lego will make one in the future.
Date published: 2013-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice! This set is nice in that it packs quite a nice punch with 222 pieces! I got it marked down at $18.00 dollars too! SUHWEET! It comes with some decent minifigures Like Yoda, 501st Batallion trooper. The Commando droid is okay, but he just has a bit of different head printing than others. But hey, now I have a captain to lead my other Commando Droids against the Arc trooper and his friend. But moving on, the set has a couple of features. The cannon on the lower end of the vehicles body can swivel around a bit, and the legs are positional, but to a point. The front windshield thing for the AT-RT has about five positional pieces. Also, the set comes with a litte sniper droideka, which is a nice touch, and is nicer to have than another minifig droid. I was surprised in the fact that the gears you see behind the legs don't attach to any piece on the base, leaving them just for show, but I don't really care. The cons don't really exist in my opinion. I'm sure other reviewers will find them for me. So until next time...BYE!
Date published: 2013-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Force is Strong in this Set The new lego AT-RT was truly an amazing build. The price is great, as you're looking at less than ten cents per brick, which is an amazing value. The set features four mini-figures. We receive a 501st Legion Clone Trooper, Commando Droid, both of which are new to the Star Wars theme. Master Yoda is also included in this set, which is all the more reason to pick up this awesome build. A nice looking droideka is also featured. The vehicle in this set is an awesome feature. The movable legs enhance the play-ability. The gun in the center of the AT-RT can rotate from side to side, and help create the perfect battle scene. Several nice looking decals are placed symmetrically, which makes for a nice looking set. I'd recommend this set to anyone looking for a cheap and easy set to build, or to expand on your Star Wars collection. Overall, this set was very well designed.
Date published: 2013-03-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from to mattk i aggree w/ the neck covering but how can you not know that the set is from the animated series NOT the movie!!! ps: NOT a destroyer droid it's a SNIPER DROID sheesh reed the caption once in a while. rdhking to mattk
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only for the Yoda The best part of this set is the Yoda - now w/a solid plastic head and double-sided torso. The price is right for a vehicle this size. Maybe add an extra trooper ? The bad... the walker's legs don't flex at any of the flex points, not enough to allow any kind of action - that's just lazy engineering. The only improvement over the previous AT-RT is the turret swivel. The 501st clone comes w/ yet another flesh-toned head. Lego can at least give them neck covering. We get yet another commando droid, which we can do without. What happened to the regular battle droids? And the destroyer droid is some odd configuration that doesn't make sense. Overall, if you're looking for a Yoda w/o a rubber head, this is a great set. If you're looking for a fun set, pass.
Date published: 2013-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another AT-RT This set is excellent. The new AT-RT design looks just like it did in the clone wars. The new version of yoda is cool, and the sniper droid is good to have, but it doesn't have the armor from the show. The commando droid captain has a good face print. The 501st trooper is the best, because he looks like he did in episode 3 and the tv show. His helmet can turn all the way around.
Date published: 2013-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Army Builder I really enjoyed picking up this set because it was a reasonable price and the minifigs were superb. I say that this is a great army builder because the 501st trooper is in this set. You don't have to spend a whole lot of money to build an army of these clone troopers; twenty dollars per set is fantastic. The AT-RT is great with the detail but the legs aren't fully posable and if you want to make it look like it's moving in action, it will tip over. Also, the sniper droideka and yoda weren't even on Umbara so I guess Lego just put them in to make the set more "playable." Pros: -501st trooper -sniper droideka -blue 501st AT-RT (finally, I've been waiting for another one since 2006) -Great army builder for set, figs (besides 10000000000 yodas), and the price is great also Cons: -AT-RT legs aren't exactly posable -sticker are annoying and hard to place on perfectly - 501st trooper helmet doesn't have holes for floodlights and antenna Overall a great set!!!!
Date published: 2013-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Set! I bought this set the day after it came out, eager to see what it was like. It was fun to build even though it only took 10 minutes, it was a non-repetative build using lots of different parts to get the shape just perfect. Unfortunatley after the build I realised the AT-RT's legs do not go any further forward than in the picture, meaning that if you pose the legs any differently to how it is there, it falls over. Also, the sniper droideka included doesn't roll up any more than you see in the picture, and any star wars fan will know that droidekas are meant to curl up in a ball and roll for fast travel, but if you try and roll this it slides. PROS: Everything looks great New Yoda New 501st Trooper New commando droid captain Fun to build CONS: AT-RT falls over Droideka doesn't roll I give this set a 4.5 out of 5.
Date published: 2013-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The AT-RT is finally here! I just bought this set and I love it! The 501st trooper has amazing detail, and the sniper droideka is way cool. For the commando droid commander (haha) I added a ninja sword because they had swords when they were introduced in the clone wars series. But anyway, lets do the pros and cons. Pros Cons 501st trooper Only one clone trooper sniper droid legs aren't very sturdy yoda (new design) should come with more clones
Date published: 2013-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from AT-RT This is a great set the only things i don't like about it is that the AT-RT is much to big and the 501 helmit dose not have holes for range finder, light or vizor. the sniper droid it EPIC way better than the droicas from the new battle pack and the commando droid captain gose great with the rest of my commando droids. My dad got this set for my birthday because of the cool minifigs but i was suprised with the AT-RT even though it was so big it is just plain awsome the detail is amazing and very acurate and one of the best parts is the stickers are clear through so you can change the color. I made a custome AT-RT which is an acurate size that i play with more i use the 501st AT-RT as a modle but still a great set for all ages. the yoda is cool as well with new whie hair. This is the best valued lego clone wars set this year I think for $20 this thing is a steal.
Date published: 2013-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Look out, the AT-RT is here. I like this set because you get a sniper droid as well as a commando droid captain and a 501st clone trooper and they are new and you do get a third mini figure, but that is Yoda who they have done before. All and all I think this is a good set.
Date published: 2013-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Z95 Headhunter I think that the Z95 Headhunter should get rewarded of people saying," Hey! I know this set!" and maybe they'll buy it!
Date published: 2013-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT SET FOR £20 I got 2x of these sets with my Christmas money and I only got it for the 501st trooper and at rt.I would recommend it 8/10 because it should have came with rex,501st trooper,212th trooper and pong krell then made this set £25 because droids,droidekas and yoda werent in Umbara at this time.PROS 501st sturdy army builder great for what you get all new figures. CONS not all figures in this planet legs on at rt are not that good no hole for ARC armour on 501st trooper. hope this helped :D
Date published: 2013-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Look Out Sniper Droideka First of I want to say this is a great set. It's price is awesome, figures are awesome, droideka 's awesome, AT-RT's awesome, you get the point. Figures: The 501st trooper is the best figure out of the set, mostly just because he's a 501st trooper and we've never had them before(excluding Captain Rex). The only flaw is that there is no hole(s) on the side of his helmet, which really stinks. Yoda is the same one as the one in the Republic Frigate and AAT except that in this set he has some back printing and his hair is white. Other than that he is the same but a good figure nonetheless. Commando Droid Captain is new because he has more face printing, but other than that he is the same one as the others in the Elite Clone Battle Pack. The Set: The AT-RT is a great looking vehicle. The size is way too big for the figures but I don't really care. It has nice detailing and a good amount of play ability. The legs are adjustable but you really have to put it on a mat in order to have it stay standing(in normal position it can stand by itself). Sniper Droideka: It's actually a really cool droid. I liked a lot more than I thought I would. Definitely cool. Price: 222 pieces for $20 bucks(as of now 2/6/13) is a awesome price. There is nothing wrong with this set. I think I might even buy another. You should go pick up. Thanks for reading!
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! Excellent Set! I completely loved it! Yoda was an excellent minifigure, and the 501st legion clone was brilliant! The Sniper Droid was awsome, I have a really tall building in my LEGO city so I put it on top and it could shoot at clone troopers PROS Yoda Commando Droid Commander 501st Legion Clone AT-RT Sniper Droid CONS AT-RT feet did not move that well, and did not balance.
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Doesn't make sense OK I am confused about this set. 1st thing what the heck is a sniper droidekar? I mean it makes no sense and goes against it's entire purpose. It lays down heavy fire to protect droids behind and to stay protected itself. A sniper puts down cover fire or kills high up targets stealthy like. They don't combine and I guess it's a Clone Wars thing. Not a fan. Another thing is that I don't care for the 501st trooper. They should have just made it a normal trooper because this is just an awkward cross between a Phase One clone and a Stormtrooper. I wish it was a normal clone and then i could just print out a 501st decal online. (If you don't know what i'm talking about just google image search Lego clone decals and you get hundreds of designs,or get a template and put it on MS Paint ,which is on every windows computer, and make your own adjust size print it out and stick. Really nice thing to have I would recommend it) If this was a normal clone then I can increase my army size too. The AT-RT itself. Nifty remake, but I prefer the 2005 one. I don't care for the color scheme and I am fairly confident that the vehicles were universal colors not confined to the legions' colors. A symbol or emblem tops. I do like the Elite droid because he can go with my other elite droids from my ARC trooper set. Yoda. He's just another Clone Wars thing, wish they'd stop with it and make normalish looking characters. I would recommend this only for the AT-RT and elite droid.
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT first of all im gonna say i always wanted a walker and finally ive got one!!! Pros awesome walker yoda sniper droid commando droid captain 501st trooper (finally) cons none apart from they could have made a energy shield for the sniper droid(like halo mega blocks) but that dosnt really matter
Date published: 2013-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The perfect gift I didnt had the 2005 AT-RT, so I just had to have this one, and I did the rigth thing. On to the set itself: -veichle is really nice (I dont care about the size) -Its so good to finnaly have a 501º clone trooper, and he looks awsome -The only bad thing is that this set is from the Umbaran episodes of the Clone Wars TV show, and in those episodes neither does the commado droid , neither does the sniper droideka and neither does Yoda appear in those episodes, so thats the only thing that I didnt get the point of. overall: 7/10.
Date published: 2013-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT Overall this is a great kit. Advantages are the mini figs that come with it. Downfalls (if downfalls at all) are the lack of movement of the AT-RT's legs. The kit is an easy build and the price is fair for what you get.
Date published: 2013-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 501st AT-RT This set is a very good set. The minifigures are great, but not all of them go along with the story line for the Battle of Umbara. It doesn't really matter since we get an improved Clone Wars Yoda, and we get s sniper droideka. The commando droid captain is an okay bonus. I would have liked to have seen another clone instead of yoda, and it would have been nice to get an Umbaran soldier instead of the commando droid captian. The AT-RT itself is very well structured and it looks amazing, but it has two flaws. The size is way off. The AT-RT should be much smaller, and the legs aren't bendable to the front because of tiles and a few other pieces. The set overall is good, but not great. This set allows you to get a long anticipated 501st trooper. The set like I said is great with a few flaws.
Date published: 2013-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from epic walker I've been waiting since 2005 for a new AT-RT and this is the best one yet. It includes a Commander Commando Droid a Sniper Droideka a 501st clone trooper (phase 2 armor) and a new Yoda. All the commando droid lacks is a vibro sword. Use a ninja sword or an Urik Hai sword from Lord of the Rings. The sniper droideka is a nice addition and is very neat. Yoda is not much different from older ones. The 501st trooper is awesome! He has printing on his legs and the the rest of the printing is amazing. His helmet is extremely big. Its the size of his upper body! now onto the AT-RT. It is awesome. It has 501st markings all over. I think the legs move a good amount. I don't mind that the legs don't move forwards. The only part that bugs me is that the gun moves but the rest of the body doesn't. It looks weird to have the AT-RT walking forward and the gun shooting sideways. It is definitely worth the money to buy it.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best pricing of the 2013 winter wave! First I'd like to say that this is a great set overall, and the best of the new collection if you look at the value for money. Now, onto the review: You get the blue AT-RT from the Clone Wars Season 4, a Sniper Droideka and 3 minifigs: Yoda, a 501st Clone Trooper and a Commando Droid Captain. Minifigs: Yoda is a CW version, but it is a new one: the head is the same mould, but his hair is now white instead of grey. The printing on the front of the torso is slightly different and he now has back printing (a little hood). He has short legs and comes with a green lightsaber. This version is great! The 501st Clone Trooper is a new phase 2 clone trooper from CW season 4. He has a new helmet mould and a new clone armor print. He has blue markings (501st) all over his armor and he even has leg printing. His cheeks are a little bit thicker, so the head is kinda new. He comes with a blaster. It's a very cool minifig! The Commando Droid Captain is the same as the other Commando Droids, except for the head: it has new grey markings, indicating that he is a captain. He is armed with a blaster. He's nice to have. The set: The Sniper Droideka is brick built and looks very cool. The new droidekas don't look cool, but are accurately sized and can roll up. The sniper droideka in fact looks cool but is way too big and can't roll up, which is a downer, but it's amazing nonetheless. The AT-RT is blue this time around, because it's from the Umbara arc. This is an AT-RT from the 501st, that's why it's blue. It looks very good. The front plating is angled and looks awesome. There are some stickers to put there, indicating '501' and other details. The gun at the front can rotate 180 degrees and looks accurate. There is a black seat for the clone to sit, there are handlebars for him to hold and there is storage space for his blaster behind him. There is also a couple of antennae there. The legs can move, some folks are complaining that you can't put it in any other position without it falling over, but that's not true: it can stand in other positions, as if it were running. The detailing is pretty accurate. There is just one problem: the walker is WAY TOO BIG! It kinda looks strange with the clone on it, but it's size made it possible to add some great detailing, so it's not really a problem, is it? Now onto the pro's and cons: Pro's: -AWESOME minifigures (especially the clone) -Sniper Droideka is pretty nice as well and adds play value -AT-RT is, despite it's size, very accurate and has great detailing -Features -It's a season 4 set (finally there are s4 sets!) -It's very nice and unique in blue Cons: -Sniper Droideka can't fold up -It's too big, but it adds detailing, so it isn't that bad For only 29,99 euros, at 222 pieces, this set has a great price. There are good guys and bad guys, so you can play battles with just this set alone if you want to! I would highly recommend it!
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really?!? OK, let me preface this by saying that I am an avid Star Wars fan. Thus said, this model is extremely disproportionate. Don't get me wrong, this is a GREAT model-the detailing and look is superb-but it is about twice the size it should be. With all of the walkers Lego has ever made, only the one with the newer turbo tank was to scale. I would NOT recommend this set because the play value with other sets and minifigures just isn't there. The value is pretty good, but this IS NOT and army builder. Not only would you be paying for multiple Yoda's, but at $20 and having only one clone trooper, it isn't worth it. Hopefully Lego comes out with a battle pack with the new clone troopers for this purpose. Overall, nice set; really only a buy-once set, and I don't personally recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2013-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best walker ever, really!! I have the walker from 2005, and since them I'm a great fan of them. This set i really amazing! it is like a re-edition of the 2005 set, but better, this one comes with Yoda and the sniper-droideka from season 4, and a commando droid. the set value is amazing, since many years, SW has been overpriced, so this set is the best in 7 years!
Date published: 2013-01-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good set An amazing set except for the fact that the clones helmet is the size of his body. Is it just me or do the helmets get bigger and bigger. The biggest downfall is the legs of the at-rt not very move able. The figs for the most part are awesome. A well rounded set good job lego i will give you this one.
Date published: 2013-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First Yoda, Droideka, and Walker! Saw this in TRU right before Christmas and picked this one up for my son as I knew he would like it. This was one of the new sets coming out, which is a nice surprise, and especially with Yoda in it. Now we have a good guy Jedi leader to battle the evil Darth Malgus. The new clone trooper figure is nice along with the sniper Droideka. The AT-RT walker is cool as it also has a hidden storage compartment to hide the clone trooper's gun. Overall, nice set and lots of good playability.
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT RT!!!! This set is great!You receive a blue At Rt in 501st markings, and a blue clone in phase 2 armor. pros:new clone new yoda. cons:feet of walker break off easilly
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT Finally lego has finally made an AT-RT after all these years, this set is really cool because it is a 501st AT-RT which is really cool, it comes with a 501st trooper phase 2 which is awsome and yoda, commando driod captian and a sniper driodeka all these people are awsome, the set was a lot bigger then i imagend. the only bad thing was that the legs dont move forward which i dont like. that is the only bad thing about this set i would recomend this set to anyone and it is a must have for any star wars lego colecter
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great deal This is a very good set because of its many good quality. The set is easy to build and the set overall has great minifigs with great printing. The At-rt is amazing and is a great sets for MOC and for playing.
Date published: 2012-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Blue Horse This set does not have much into it. What you see is what you get. The blue color and design of the walker are great, but mobility on the legs is very, very limited unless you pull the legs backwards. Great display set, might need some modifications to be able to play with it. The minifigures are great, except the droideka, which has a very odd, kind of shapeless design and falls apart easily. The walkier is very accurate to the one in the star wars universe, and therefore lets you play with another sets of different themes or scales.
Date published: 2012-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome New Yoda! I just bought this set, and its awesome! :D I love the new yoda (my first). Now Pros /Cons! Pros: Cheap!!! 3 cool minifigs! Cool droideka (Spider droid) Awesome At-Rt! Cons: No Cons! :D Overall this is a cool set, When it has 222 pieces and it cost 20 dollar that means it SUPER cheap!!!!! :D
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Definite Buy Pros: - Great minifigures (especially the 501st Clone Trooper). - Well designed set -- very accurate in looks. Cons: - Wish it came in different colors since many units within the Republic utilized the AT-RT. Each unit had it painted with different colors. - The AT-RT is too big. The AT-RT's in Episode III were smaller. - The legs do not move forward. - The "head" part does not rotate. Not sure if it rotates since I do not recall seeing it do so in the movies, but it makes sense that it would.
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT-RT This is a great set. $20 for a 222 piece set is a very good deal. The minifigures are also great. Though Yoda may look the same as his minifigure from the 2011 Republic Frigate, he isn't. In the AT-RT, Yoda has white hair and his torso printing has changed (check out my pictures to see the comparison). The 501st legion clone trooper looks very cool with the new helmet and the blue printing. Now, on to the droids. The sniper droideka looks cool, but the only problem is that it can't fold up like other droidekas. The commando droid captain also looks cool with its new head printing. It is also a good addition if you are trying to create an army of commando droids. However, I wish that Lego would've included a vibro-sword with the droid. In the Clone Wars TV series the commando droid captains always carry vibro-swords. If you want to add a sword, I suggest using a Lord of the Rings Uruk-Hai sword (see my picture). Now, on to the set itself. I think it looks very realistic with the brick-built feet and the armor. I also like the back piece (see picture), which was used in the 1999 Lightsaber Dual set, but in tan. Overall, this is a very good set and I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2012-12-29

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LEGO Star Wars AT-RT Walker

by LEGO®

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

Dimensions: 7.5" H × 0.3" W × 10.2" L

Shipping weight: 0.63 lbs.

UPC: 673419191555

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