LEGO Star Wars Ahch-To Island Training 75200
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Train with Rey at the Ahch-To Island mountainside hut. Perfect her Lightsaber skills and slice through the boulder! Sit by the bonfire to learn about the Jedi way, and then fold down the bed for a good night’s sleep before a new day of training begins!

Train in the ways of the Jedi at the Ahch-To Island mountainside, featuring a hut with removable roof, buildable bonfire, training function, 2 minifigures and a Porg figure.



Item No: 5702016109948
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Train with Rey at the Ahch-To Island mountainside hut. Perfect her Lightsaber skills and slice through the boulder! Sit by the bonfire to learn about the Jedi way, and then fold down the bed for a good night’s sleep before a new day of training begins!

Train in the ways of the Jedi at the Ahch-To Island mountainside, featuring a hut with removable roof, buildable bonfire, training function, 2 minifigures and a Porg figure.



Item No: 5702016109948
Product Description

Train with Rey at the Ahch-To Island mountainside hut. Perfect her Lightsaber skills and slice through the boulder! Sit by the bonfire to learn about the Jedi way, and then fold down the bed for a good night’s sleep before a new day of training begins!

Train in the ways of the Jedi at the Ahch-To Island mountainside, featuring a hut with removable roof, buildable bonfire, training function, 2 minifigures and a Porg figure.



Item No: 5702016109948

Features & Benefits

  • Learn the Jedi way at the Ahch-To Island mountainside hut!
  • Includes Luke Skywalker and Rey minifigures, plus a Porg figure.
  • Age Range: 7 to 12
  • Piece Count: 241

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Customer Reviews

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Better than the movie
This set was not a must for me. I got it on discount at Costco and bought it for the minifigs. I do not consider the porg as a minifigure, but it's well made. Their is a lot of cool pieces in this set, lots of plates and grey bricks, wich are always good for my Lego City.

The playability is correct but it's always difficult to make a small set that represents lots of scenes. It mixes the encounter of Luke and Rey to her training and goes to their "duel" with the removable roof. So Lego has to make some compromises to make this set as playable as possible to the lowest cost. A good exemple is the inaccuracy of the rock that Rey cuts in half: it's round! In brief, this is the only negative point for me.

Anyway, I had a better time building this set than watching the movie. It was my first set from Episode VIII and probably the last, not your fault Lego!

that's a soft 4*, would have been a solid 4.5 with an Ahch-To Nun minifigure :)

Oh, Lego, I almost forgot! Watch out, somebody has drop some black plastic in the green bin (see photo)!
April 29, 2019
Originally posted at
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Future Classic!
I sure hope this is the first step in what will end up being a series of some awesome Ahch-To sets in the future. There is just so much you can do with this. First, Luke is simply great and a future classic mini. The metal hand is a fantastic touch. A few pro/cons if considering this set:

Pro:
-LUKE LUKE LUKE
-The build is surprisingly fun for the size. Nice difference if you build a lot of ships.
-My kids LOVE playing with this. The interior is a lot of fun.

Con:
-I guess my only con is that it needs to be spread out just a bit. Tough to use the interior without removing roof.

Overall, a completely worthwhile build and purchase. Have fun!
April 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Better than the movie
This set was not a must for me. I got it on discount at Costco and bought it for the minifigs. I do not consider the porg as a minifigure, but it's well made. Their is a lot of cool pieces in this set, lots of plates and grey bricks, wich are always good for my Lego City.

The playability is correct but it's always difficult to make a small set that represents lots of scenes. It mixes the encounter of Luke and Rey to her training and goes to their "duel" with the removable roof. So Lego has to make some compromises to make this set as playable as possible to the lowest cost. A good exemple is the inaccuracy of the rock that Rey cuts in half: it's round! In brief, this is the only negative point for me.

Anyway, I had a better time building this set than watching the movie. It was my first set from Episode VIII and probably the last, not your fault Lego!

that's a soft 4*, would have been a solid 4.5 with an Ahch-To Nun minifigure :)

Oh, Lego, I almost forgot! Watch out, somebody has drop some black plastic in the green bin (see photo)!
April 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
'This is not going to go the way you think.'
Star Wars fans have waited two years to hear Luke Skywalker's first words, whilst Lego fans have waited even longer for an old man Luke minifigure. Please note this review contains minor spoilers for The Last Jedi.

It's a quick easy build of the main location from The Last Jedi but the set's details and film-references make up for it's small size.
The hut looks rustically cobbled together and there's even a porg perch on the roof. The four stickers help to add exterior detail and texture to the walls. However the fabric used to represent Luke's door is inaccurate - it was actually metal and required Wookiee strength to bring down!
Inside Luke's spartan existence is captured really well with a fold-away bed, cooking utensils and some food. The silver fish is a nod to the huge fish Luke catches on Ahch-To.
Outside is a camp fire used by Rey during the film and a huge boulder for Rey to train against. The turntable for a minifigure to strike the boulder is a fun play-feature that replays the scene from the film quite well. The only other feature is to bring down one of the hut's walls as Rey manages with her blaster, but technically that was her own and not Luke's.

The minifigures are the main attraction of this set as they're all exclusive. Old man Luke looks incredible with detailed printing on his Jedi robes, a fabric cape and his staff. He comes with a dual-sided face: one solemn, the other angry (yes, even Jedi Masters get angry). Luke also has a unique hair-piece that adds extra movie accuracy. Rey is in her costume last seen at the end of The Force Awakens. She again has detailed printing and comes with her lightsaber and staff, although it's a shame she doesn't have her blaster. Finally the porg adds cuteness and has a different colour scheme to the ones included in 75192 Millennium Falcon.

This is a brilliant little set of the main location from The Last Jedi but at this price point the inclusion of more porgs or a Caretaker minifigure would have been welcome.
April 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Future Classic!
I sure hope this is the first step in what will end up being a series of some awesome Ahch-To sets in the future. There is just so much you can do with this. First, Luke is simply great and a future classic mini. The metal hand is a fantastic touch. A few pro/cons if considering this set:

Pro:
-LUKE LUKE LUKE
-The build is surprisingly fun for the size. Nice difference if you build a lot of ships.
-My kids LOVE playing with this. The interior is a lot of fun.

Con:
-I guess my only con is that it needs to be spread out just a bit. Tough to use the interior without removing roof.

Overall, a completely worthwhile build and purchase. Have fun!
February 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
'This is not going to go the way you think.'
Star Wars fans have waited two years to hear Luke Skywalker's first words, whilst Lego fans have waited even longer for an old man Luke minifigure. Please note this review contains minor spoilers for The Last Jedi.

It's a quick easy build of the main location from The Last Jedi but the set's details and film-references make up for it's small size.
The hut looks rustically cobbled together and there's even a porg perch on the roof. The four stickers help to add exterior detail and texture to the walls. However the fabric used to represent Luke's door is inaccurate - it was actually metal and required Wookiee strength to bring down!
Inside Luke's spartan existence is captured really well with a fold-away bed, cooking utensils and some food. The silver fish is a nod to the huge fish Luke catches on Ahch-To.
Outside is a camp fire used by Rey during the film and a huge boulder for Rey to train against. The turntable for a minifigure to strike the boulder is a fun play-feature that replays the scene from the film quite well. The only other feature is to bring down one of the hut's walls as Rey manages with her blaster, but technically that was her own and not Luke's.

The minifigures are the main attraction of this set as they're all exclusive. Old man Luke looks incredible with detailed printing on his Jedi robes, a fabric cape and his staff. He comes with a dual-sided face: one solemn, the other angry (yes, even Jedi Masters get angry). Luke also has a unique hair-piece that adds extra movie accuracy. Rey is in her costume last seen at the end of The Force Awakens. She again has detailed printing and comes with her lightsaber and staff, although it's a shame she doesn't have her blaster. Finally the porg adds cuteness and has a different colour scheme to the ones included in 75192 Millennium Falcon.

This is a brilliant little set of the main location from The Last Jedi but at this price point the inclusion of more porgs or a Caretaker minifigure would have been welcome.
February 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Better than the movie
This set was not a must for me. I got it on discount at Costco and bought it for the minifigs. I do not consider the porg as a minifigure, but it's well made. Their is a lot of cool pieces in this set, lots of plates and grey bricks, wich are always good for my Lego City.

The playability is correct but it's always difficult to make a small set that represents lots of scenes. It mixes the encounter of Luke and Rey to her training and goes to their "duel" with the removable roof. So Lego has to make some compromises to make this set as playable as possible to the lowest cost. A good exemple is the inaccuracy of the rock that Rey cuts in half: it's round! In brief, this is the only negative point for me.

Anyway, I had a better time building this set than watching the movie. It was my first set from Episode VIII and probably the last, not your fault Lego!

that's a soft 4*, would have been a solid 4.5 with an Ahch-To Nun minifigure :)

Oh, Lego, I almost forgot! Watch out, somebody has drop some black plastic in the green bin (see photo)!
February 18, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Future Classic!
I sure hope this is the first step in what will end up being a series of some awesome Ahch-To sets in the future. There is just so much you can do with this. First, Luke is simply great and a future classic mini. The metal hand is a fantastic touch. A few pro/cons if considering this set:

Pro:
-LUKE LUKE LUKE
-The build is surprisingly fun for the size. Nice difference if you build a lot of ships.
-My kids LOVE playing with this. The interior is a lot of fun.

Con:
-I guess my only con is that it needs to be spread out just a bit. Tough to use the interior without removing roof.

Overall, a completely worthwhile build and purchase. Have fun!
January 13, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Ahch To Island Training!
This set is great!

The minifigs are the highlight of the set, as all of them are exclusive to this set. We finally get a Force Awakens/Last Jedi Luke and he looks AWESOME! One of my favorite figs now! The hair isn't the right color, but it still is very nice. Rey looks a little more simple, but good and appropriate. The Porg is great to get since the only other way to get one is in the UCS Falcon. (Would have been nice to get two)

The build is great as well! I love the detailed interior and the color scheme of the set. Plenty of play value and looks great on display. The stickers add a lot for the hut.

I recommend this set for kids and adults!
January 13, 2019
Originally posted at
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PORG PORG PORG!!
This set was a very fun set! the playable features are great to! love how the rock can "break" and fall down, and how their is a secret stash of cherries! and the best part is...THE PORG!!! (because the Porg was originally only in the 800.00 dollar set The UCS Mulinium Falcon witch kinda stunk)

Pros:
Luke Minifig Is neat!
PORG!!
a few good functions!

Cons:
Rey does not have her hair that was in the first order walker set );
And the function where you can "hide" Reys lightsaber under the bed... it does not even work!!
and Lukes hair is..Tan? but in the movie its grey..?

Well thats it! hope this helped you!
January 13, 2019
Originally posted at
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