It LEGO Star WarsThe Ultimate Collector Series Series featured ships from Star Wars Universe. The Mandalorian is the latest addition. The Razor Crest (75331). It includes 6187 pieces. The retail price is $599.99. This set is among the most costly UCS LEGO sets ever.
The main box contains two small boxes that house artist renderings of scenes in The Mandalorian. These boxes are far more detailed than those in the UCS set.
The minifigures include The Mandalorian Grogu and The Mythrol. This is the Mandalorian’s version from the first episodes. His durasteeltan armor has been on him. The body and legs are the same as the AT-ST Raider (755254) or smaller Razor Crest (752922). There is one difference: the arm was printed with new graphics for shoulder pads and armor. He has a serious expression on his head and frowns. However, he does wear his separate hairpiece and shiny helmet. The brick-built Amban Sniper rifle is his accessory.
Grogu looks exactly like the Razor Crest. On the front, you can see some of his robe detail. His main accessory is the hover pod. It’s a brick-built accessory. The clear bottom dish simulates floating pods.
The Mythrol wears a dark brown outfit that doesn’t have much detailing on it besides the belt on the front. The sides of his head are light blue and have fin detail. I’m glad to see that the back of the head has some detailing as well. The accessory he is wearing are a pair handcuffs.
Kuiil, the Ugnaught will be our last guest. Din Djarin helped him. A brown suit is worn by him with a scarf around the collar. He looks too much like he actually has olive-green arms in his screen shot. His wrinkled forehead is attached to the dual-molded head. The wrench is his accessory.
Like other Star Wars UCS sets, this one is also available. Technic frame for the Razor Crest and surprisingly, part of the ship’s shape can already be seen.
For the next few sets of bags, you’ll start building the interior. You can cover the floor with many tiles. The way that they were laid makes it look great. Here you can also build a portion of the ship’s front.
The walls and more of ship’s frame will rise after the fourth bag. A layer of TechnicBeams provide additional support. More of the ship’s shape also can be seen with the slight curve. There’s also some accessories such as the storage area and a spot for Boba Fett’s gear.
At bag 5, more upper walls are constructed. These sections contain more beams, brackets, and supports. To provide additional support to the ship, bricks can be found here.
The rear ramp is now built. This panel, made out of tiles, is connected to the upper portion by hinges.
Cover of the first instructions booklet gives ship its curvy look.
The panels are contained in bags 10-14. These panels are joined by the exposed clips. These are also the places where landing gears can be found. The landing gears are attached to each side and covered by a clip.
Accessories are used to cover Razor Crest’s top, which includes miniature carbon-freezing chambers and weapons cabinets.
There is a small assembly for the cockpit seating and also a space for Grogu’s hover pram. There’s also some Frog-Lady’s eggs in the jar behind him as well.
Some gaps need to be filled, so additional panels are placed on the cockpit sides. There’s a slight curve to it because of the ball joints used.
Bags 18-19 are for the panel at the top of the ship’s rear. You can shape it with clips or ball joints.
Bags 20-21 cover the end of the top portion of the ship. TechnicTo create unique shapes, beams can be used in combination with tiles and plates. The set was quite surprising to me. Surprisingly, they just sit on top and don’t connect to anything else.
Bags 22-25 cover both the engines at the sides and the connection between them. This bag is quite heavy considering that the panel between it and the engine was thin.
Bags 26-33 will be used to cover the engine. The latest wheel hubs were used. Behind them, some chain links added some detail. To cover other engines, you can use curved bricks. The engines have identical construction.
Bags 34 and 35 are used to cover the entire canopy that covers the ship’s front. This look is achieved by using a lot of curved bricks. A couple of cannons are located to the sides by the cockpit windows.
Bag 35 has a structure that can be used to attach the Razor Crest to the escape pod. One minifigure can be stored in it.
The parts are available for both the Blurrg and the miniaturefigure stand. The Blurrg stands on his two feet and is supported by some arms. There is motion in his head and tail because they have ball joints. Kuiil can stand on the saddle in Kuiil’s back area.
As LEGO is soon printing plaques, this will be the final UCS set with a sticker.
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The However, LEGO Star Wars UCS (75331)The set is impressive but not all elements. Star Wars fan may find the price too steep at $599.99.
There are also a lot of stickers that you have to put on and for it to be a UCS set at this price point, I’m still not sure why LEGO hasn’t opted for printed parts. Although there are four minifigures, another one or two additional ones would’ve been great like Frog-Lady, Peli Motto, or Migs Mayfeld. LEGO may have intended to build a bigger-scale minifigure-scale vessel. But it’s far too large. This is most likely because of the ship’s interior detail.
Last thing I didn’t like about it is how fragile it is. It is simple to put the top on this ship. Except for the engine, these pieces are fragile. I didn’t think I was too rough putting the coverings on but the smaller sections literally fell apart on me.
This is a beautiful piece. It is balanced between the plates of the exterior and the metal studs. The interior does look pretty decent with the carbon-freezing chamber and the storage area for Boba Fett’s gear. The interior is big enough to hold the Blurrg. This was quite remarkable.
Ultimate Collector Series sets offer a high-end line of products. LEGO Star Wars sets. This may not work for all. Although the goal is to make the best line, compromises have occurred. This is a common trend. LEGO is catering more to adult builders in recent times.
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