LEGO Star Wars 75097 Advent Calendar Building Kit (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Open a window every day to reveal 24 different LEGO Star Wars themed gifts; features 5 minifigures and 2 holiday-themed Droids
- Vehicles include Jabba's Sail Barge, Sand crawler, Star Destroyer, Millennium Falcon, AT-AT, A-wing Starfighter and a sleigh
- Also features an Ewok weapon rack, catapult, gun turret, blaster rack and Hoth command post
- Play out fun LEGO Star Wars scenes on the fold-out playmat
- Makes a great festive gift for humans and Sith Lords everywhere
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Journey through the Star Wars galaxy in the countdown to Christmas! Reveal minifigures, starships, vehicles and more with the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar with 24 doors and a fold-out playmat. Take a journey through the galaxy this holiday season with the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar! Open each of the 24 doors to reveal a fun Tatooine, Endor, Hoth, Space or Christmas-themed gift. With minifigures, starships, vehicles and more to discover, as well as a great fold-out playmat, Christmas will arrive faster than you can say "May the Force be with you!"
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This is the 2015 model from Lego---they release new advent calendars every year---but it's simply designated for days 1-24 so you could use any of the sets from year to year. To re-use the calendar, make sure you carefully pop open the perforated windows so you'll be able to re-close them for next time. And be careful opening the box initially: the lid folds down to create a backdrop for setting up all the little models as you build each day.
I was disappointed enough with this year's set that I'm actually docking one star. 5 of the 24 days aren't Star Wars recognizable in any way. They are merely little stands that hold another day's character's weapons, or something that in some way supports another day's character.
Day 6 is a little stand that holds a laser gun and bow/arrow (like from a robin hood set or something).
Day 7 is a....shrubbery of some sort that literally does nothing. Really, I'm not kidding.
Day 8 is an Ewok. Awesome.
Day 9 is a catapult.
Day 12 is a glorified gun rack for Day 10's Stormtrooper.
Day 21 is a console that holds a laser gun for Day 17's Hoth Rebel Soldier.
Those five day's toys are sad fillers in my opinion.
The other 19 days are great, including assassin droid IG-88. Another plus that kept me from docking another star is that these are all Original Trilogy toys. I personally appreciate that: nothing from the prequels and no spoilers from the new movie coming out this December.
Here are all the days and their descriptions:
Day 1: Jabba's Sail Barge on a clear stand
Day 2: Sarlaac creature
Day 3: Black Imperial-looking droid (as of this typing I do not recognize it)
Day 4: Jawa (figure)
Day 5: Jawa Sandcrawler
Day 6: Stand holding a laser gun and bow/arrow (assuming goes with Day 8's Ewok)
Day 7: Ummmm...I have no idea what it is. Almost looks like a tree stand for Day 8's Ewok, except the Ewok can't fit on or under it, and this thing literally does nothing.
Day 8: Ewok (figure)
Day 9: Little catapult (assuming goes with Day 8's Ewok)
Day 10: Stormtrooper (figure)
Day 11: Star Destroyer (unsure whether Victory Class or Imperial Class, definitely not Super Class)
Day 12: Gun Rack holding Blaster Rifle, Blaster Pistol, and short Blaster Pistol (assuming goes with Day 10's Stormtrooper)
Day 13: IG-88 (figure)
Day 14: Millenium Falcoln
Day 15: Double Laser Turret, like those guarding the Death Star trench run (cleverly shoots projectiles, comes with extra ammo)
Day 16: A-Wing
Day 17: Hoth Rebel Soldier
Day 18: AT-AT
Day 19: Ion Cannon, like the one guarding the Rebel base on Hoth
Day 20: Imperial Probe Droid on a clear stand
Day 21: Console holding laser gun (asuming goes with Day 17's Hoth Rebel Soldier). This laser gun cleverly fires projectiles and comes with extra ammo
Day 22: R2D2 (figure) with antlers
Day 23: Repulsor Sled (for Day 24...)
Day 24: C3PO (figure) with santa coat, santa beard/mustache, and red bag
The pieces are small. They are random things on the box. I knew what I was getting from the photo of the figures. What I didn't know until "day 3" was there are directions on how to put together each piece behind the number piece. That really help out a lot. However, if you play with legos with your kids a lot. You can kind of figure out on your own as long you see the finish figure.
It does come with maybe two or one extra piece for each item so far. But we haven't need to use them at all so far. The price was way higher, however it was a month before Christmas, they didn't make this one anymore o thier site. So it was high, however what isn't high price at lego. Still going to last year and be build over and over again.
Anyway, my son loves it and play with the pieces he made each night. It is alot of fun to do with your children or watch them play. I am totally getting these each year.
Now as far as the calendar goes, it is probably too expensive but if you've got a kid who loves Lego and love Star Wars, the excitement they get opening a new package every day is worth the price. My nephew is 15 this year but I bet when he gets this he is going to be thrilled. Every day he will open one piece and then eat a piece of chocolate from his other calendar and life will be great. Before you know it, these little moments are gone and this is a great way to give some joy to a kid.