LEGO 75314 Star Wars La Navette d'Attaque du Bad Batch, Jouet pour Enfants de 9 ans et Plus avec 5 Figurines LEGO Star Wars

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LEGO 75314 Star Wars La Navette d'Attaque du Bad Batch, Jouet pour Enfants de 9 ans et Plus avec 5 Figurines LEGO Star Wars

LEGO 75314 Star Wars La Navette d'Attaque du Bad Batch, Jouet pour Enfants de 9 ans et Plus avec 5 Figurines LEGO Star Wars

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The BARC speeder has essentially been recoloured from the 501st squadron set, and as such feels a little uninspired. Personally I feel like it feels like more of a warship instead of a personal ship for Cad Bane, but that’s more an issue with Lucasfilm’s design than LEGO. The Justifier becomes even longer (though loses some of its height) when placed into landing mode – rotating the entire engine pod subassembly into a horizontal pose.

Many fans will probably buy this set for Cad Bane, but I still think the minifigure selection could have been improved. While Hunter and Fennec are both very relevant to the scene, the fact that they’re both reused figures is kind of disappointing for a set at this price point. I also like how the Justifier looks in its landed mode from the front – the landing gear looks pretty neat below each wing, like some sort of Star Wars airplane.

Cad Bane comes with his two blaster pistols, and is just a great figure all around. His exclusivity to this set will undoubtedly be a huge draw. Considering the set already has a low piece count, I would’ve appreciated some more pieces being used for texturing on the ship.

Overall, the minifigure selection in this set is probably one of its stronger assets, and LEGO likely knows that. The exclusive Cad Bane and Omega are going to be huge draws, but with Hunter and Fennec Shand being reused minifigures, the number of exclusive figures in this set is lower than smaller sets like 75336 Inquisitor Transport Scythe. While it’s not reasonable to expect a UCS-style vehicle that’s “properly” minifig-scale (as variable as the definition for that may also be), the minifigs that accompany this set dwarf the shuttle itself. Spring-loaded shooters are cleverly concealed beneath the fuselage, providing welcome play value without affecting the appearance of the shuttle. They can be accidentally activated quite easily though and the absence of landing gear is frustrating because there is definitely enough space for simple landing struts, even if they were removable instead of folding.


Hunter's helmet is shared with standard Phase II Clone Troopers, albeit incorporating unique decoration. Even though an exclusive element would have been ideal, I think this component works nicely and the printing looks impressive. Tech does feature his own specialised helmet which includes lovely moulded detail, corresponding with the original character and exhibiting accurate accents. Todo 360, Cad Bane’s droid, also makes an appearance. He’s a single-mold figure so has no articulation, but does have some nice printed details. And … that’s all the minifigs. If you’re caught up on The Clone Wars enough to be watching The Bad Batch as it airs, a key character is clearly missing from the minifig assortment: Omega. Five minifigs make sense for the price point, and of course, we would want all members of the original Clone Force 99, but the set feels incomplete without this new character. Conclusions & recommendation Innovation [3] – Some fun play features and the engine pod looks unique thanks to a cool build technique, but overall nothing super innovative.

He has a double-sided head with stern and angry expressions, and a hairpiece which is a reasonable approximation but not perfect, as his headband is printed on his head instead of being moulded into his hair. Minifigures [4] – Cad Bane and Omega are excellent figures, but could have had a couple more figures given the reused Hunter and Fennec Shand minifigs. Our build starts with the Speeder bikes: Bags 3-4 Bags 5&6: completing the wing assemblies, and cowling. Bag 7:Dorsal fin and cabin roof/detail. The two speeders are included because we wanted to add some extra value to the set. We know that the speeders will be seen in the show, however, we do not know exactly in which context they will be seen. I guess we will have to wait and see like everybody else. We also love Gonk droids, so we are excited too, and happy that we were able to include one here." The Justifier is the most expensive set of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars summer wave, and features the highly anticipated return of the Cad Bane minifigure.A closer look at the engine pod features a building technique that LEGO has started to use more often recently – 2×2 triangle tiles are inserted between studs to create this grilled effect that looks awesome! Senior Graphic Designer Madison O'Neil on creating those amazing new minifigures -- including a revealing look at Crosshair. The wings are also able to pivot up and down. After attaching them, we build some cowling over the engines.

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