LEGO has just revealed a brand-new model based on Star Wars: The Bad Batch, allowing children aged 9 and up to recreate bounty hunter Cad Bane’s starship, The Justifier (75323). LEGO and Star Wars have had a long partnership, resulting in all manner of collectibles for fans worldwide in addition to ultra popular videogames, such as the recently released LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.
Now fans and families can enjoy the realistic features that harken back to The Bad Batch, such as the rear engine that folds up and down for flight and landing. There is also a detailed cockpit, spring-loaded shooters on the wingtips and a laser jail cell in which to imprison Omega. 4 LEGO Star Wars minifigures are included: Cad Bane, Omega, Fennec Shand and Hunter, who come with cool weapons, accessories, and a Todo 360 LEGO droid figure to inspire imaginative play.
In order to foster youthful imaginations, this construction toy comes with step-by-step instructions so even Star Wars fans with little to no LEGO experience can confidently build their Justifier set. Check out some photos below to get a better idea of what’s in store:
Here are some additional key points, as described by LEGO:
Buildable LEGO Star Wars model of The Justifier (75323) – Fans can role-play Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 scenes with this authentically detailed, brick-built starship and popular characters.
Fun gift idea for ages 9 and up – Give this 1,022-piece buildable playset as a birthday present, holiday gift or surprise treat to trendsetting kids who are into Star Wars: The Bad Batch.
For play and display – The Justifier starship measures over 5 in. (12 cm) high, 15 in. (38 cm) long and 19.5 in. (50 cm) wide and can be displayed between playtime missions.
Premium quality – LEGO bricks and pieces satisfy rigorous quality standards, ensuring that they connect simply and securely for robust builds.
Safety first – LEGO components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and carefully analyzed to make sure that they meet stringent global safety standards.
For those who love to mix Star Wars and LEGO, there is also the AT-TE Walker (75337) set from Star Wars: Revenge of The Sith. However parents, children, and LEGO fans at large choose to spend their free time, it’s time well spent when Star Wars scenes are being recreated.
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