LEGO’s summer 2021 wave of Star Wars Sets have been taking us back in time to the Clone Wars and early Empire eras, with sets like 75314 Bad Batch Attack Shuttle from the new animated series and the set we’re reviewing today, 75310 Duel on Mandalore The final season of The Clone Wars Released on Last year, Disney+. This set includes 147 pieces and two minifigs. It will be available in stores on UK PS17.99| CAN $24.99 | UK £17.99.
ThePackaging, instructions, and sticker sheet
It is not surprising that a low number of parts results in a small box and a thin instruction book. TheFront of the box featuresAn Ahsoka trooper like last year’s AAT set, although there is no such trooper in this particular set. TheThe play’s back highlights features, which we’ll look at in depth later in this review.
There are only two bags in the set, and they aren’t numbered — just dump out all the parts and get building!
Five stickers in a set that contains less than 150 pieces is unusual. Also, the sticker sheet is quite large for such small sets. But the Mandalorian design aesthetic, somewhat reminiscent of the angles and lines of Art Deco, can’t really be built from bricks at this scale and part count, so it’s not much of a surprise.
At under a hundred and fifty pieces, there isn’t really much to the actual build for this set, particularly since the build is split between Maul’s throne and the Mandalorian vault he’s imprisoned in. I think I spent more time applying stickers to bricks than attaching bricks.
The finished model & play features
Despite the small size of the build, it’s actually packed with play features. The throne itself, which is substantial, has decorative elements on The walls match the transparent windows behind him.
A secret compartment slides out from the throne, which contains a blaster — not that Maul To defend himself, he needs a blaster.
The Trans-orange window flips in the back for a “breakaway” Play feature.
In order to imprison force-wielders, Mandalorians used vaults that looked like sarcophaguses throughout history. The Galactic Republic, in its final days, used the last vault to contain. Maul So that he could travel to Coruscant. The LEGO Version of this vault is a simple container on With a silver sticker placed over a trans-clear panel, hinges Maul’s minifig fits comfortably inside, with his eyes peeking through the opening.
This small set inevitably focuses. on the minifigs, and this set doesn’t disappoint. The Ahsoka Tano minifigs are the same as those released in the 75283 Armored Assault Tank last year. They feature her look from Season 5. The Clone Wars, but it’s great to get this version of the fig in a lower-cost set.
The Maul Minifig is a new, innovative product. He is the leader of Crimson Dawn and makes an appearance in the series.
Both minifigs have detailed back printing. Maul doesn’t have headgear (other than his crown-like Zabrak horns), he only has a single facial expression.
Conclusions & recommendation
It’s hard to go wrong with a fun little build and two excellent minifigures for just $20. Even though it is a small build, the Ahsoka Although minifig isn’t new, it is now available in a set that costs half of the $40 AAT. Maul This is certainly a welcome thing.