Best of battle sets

Best of battle sets

The Star Wars attributes of the decisive conflicts and the 40362 Battle of Endor illustrate a complete element. The model looks beautiful from the 40333 Battle of Hoth – 20th Anniversary Edition. Coming with its predecessor, this Endor environment is currently available with qualifying purchases at LEGO.com or LEGO retail stores. The earliest model was very enjoyable, so I had a great interest in this unique collection of key sites from the Star Wars universe.

40333 Battle of Hoth – Packaging the 20th Anniversary in an impressive box with an open flap and 40362 is a similar premium packaging in the Battle of Endor. However, this example does not have any twentieth-year branding on the outside. There are three bags available within the instruction manual but no sticker is required. Endor’s famous Forest Moon features dense foliage where the larger ranking of this location struggles to replicate. This model looks more attractive though, including many large trees next to shield bunkers and two AT-ST miniatures. I like the uneven surface and the dark green color scheme, which creates an attractive contrast to the brighter green plants.

The whole structure is assembled laterally, although the bricks are positioned in opposite directions which are interesting. However, they look good together and their size is reasonably consistent, especially between AT-STs and AT-ATs.The dark green slope represents the mounds above and the important shield bunker generator is located between two such slopes. The angle of this shape appears to be accurate and I love the hollow area around the door that matches the film exactly. However, this building would be more attractive if the near dark blue 2×2 inverted slope was dark green instead.LEGO created some great promotional items during 2019 and the 40362 Battle of Endor is another great example. Endor’s forest setting looks great and I like the missing characters from the 40333 Battle of Hoth – 20th Anniversary Edition. In addition, the AT-STs look extremely precise, given their small scale.