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Star Wars Saga 2008 The Legacy Collection Exclusive Boxed Set Battle At The Sarlacc Pit


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  • Re-create your favorite adventures from the Star Wars stories with this detailed play set with actio
  • Includes 5 action figures with accessories and Sarlacc Pit scene: Boba Fett, Han Solo, Luke Skywalke
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001F0L55I
  • Item model number: 87798
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,114 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Star Wars: The Legacy Collection Ultimate Battle Pack - Jabbas Skiff

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Customer Reviews

It's a bit too pricey, so I didn't buy it myself.
Xenos
Frankly, I am surprised Hasbro lets anything made like this get stamped with their name.
no name
This is a nice detail that I actually don't care about.
R. Mocan

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Mocan on September 24, 2009
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I got this Battle Pack in order to get a second skiff and the Sarlacc Pit for my collection.

What you get is a big box with basically a lot of repackaged figures (including the skiff vehicle) and a new, exclusive desert section with Sarlacc, so you can re-enact the battle scene above the Sarlacc

THE FIGURES:
The figures themselves are repaints or just repackages of previously released figures of Jedi Luke, Lando, Han, Boba Fett and a skiff guard, so I won't comment on them. The only thing to note here is that some figures lack the quality of the original releases, being badly painted (Luke's got crossed eyes) or cast in a lower quality material (plastic is rubbery and different color form the original figure)

THE VEHICLE:
Basically, the most value of this pack is the skiff. It hasn't been released alone lately, but the older versions can still be found at several stores including Amazon. Nothing new, if you have seen the original ROTJ version or the later one (POTF2), except that the plastic color will be different and is more rubbery and less prone to breakage.
It still has the deployable feet to stand on its own, and an extendable plank on the side (both operated via levers on the pilot's control console). The vanes on the back move with a lever, and another "breaks" the rails and drops the figures down.

THE SARLACC:
The Sarlacc and desert section is the only new, exclusive item of the pack. It's composed of several parts:
- The desert portion, which is made of a very thin sheet of formed plastic.
- The sarlacc, which is a couple of rubber cup-shaped parts comprising the teeth, tentacles and beak. These parts have pegs to align the pieces, but don't fit correctly, as a reviewer posted.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By no name on December 25, 2009
This set was made in a ridiculously cheap manner. Frankly, I am surprised Hasbro lets anything made like this get stamped with their name. I am returning it to Target to attempt a refund on the 26th.
The light saber cannot go into Luke's had without slipping out. Boba Fett's arms are not posable but instead flop around without any resistance.
Secondly, the quality of plastic is very poor. We took the figures out of the packaging and the weapons were warped/mishapen where the rubber bands held them to the figures' hands. The moving parts of the skiff have that feel like they are going to break at any moment.
We paid [...] for this set on clearance at Target, but this was far, far too much money when taking all this into consideration. Further, it was unbelievable to me that the *original* price for this set was [...] C'mon, Target...this price is clearly not set because of quality, but merely because the box has "Star Wars" stamped on the side.
This is the kind of poor workmanship and quality I would expect if this were a knock-off brand...but Hasbro? I'm very disappointed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Johnston on February 13, 2009
The $55 price tag on this toy is way too much. The toy, while a great concept, is not made well. The monster in the sand comes apart way too easily and does not connect to the sand as it was meant to. While my 5 year son loves the toy, he is often frustrated by it because it falls apart and the light sabers do not stay in the hands of the figures. We have to rubber band them on.
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The first Sarlacc toy made for Star Wars action figures! I bought this to go with my Kenner 80's figures, and it's perfect. Thanks for making this toy, Hasbro!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Xenos on April 29, 2009
I've seen this toy in person. It's a bit too pricey, so I didn't buy it myself. Maybe someday if I find it on sale. It is a classic scene. Of course the most hilarious thing that makes this quite a novelty for me is the sarlacc pit itself. It.. well.. it looks like a scary fanged version of.. a certain female body part. I've shown photos to friends and they too were amazed. Poor Boba Fett. What a way to go (in the films at least).
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