LEGO Star Wars Inferno Squad Battle Pack 75226
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Add iconic Star Wars™ characters to your collection with the LEGO® Star Wars 75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack. Featuring a TIE fighter style speeder with stud shooters and space for a minifigure, plus 3 Inferno Squad Agents and brave heroine Iden Versio, any fan will love to expand their LEGO Star Wars universe with this collectible construction toy.
Item No: 5702016370126
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Add iconic Star Wars™ characters to your collection with the LEGO® Star Wars 75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack. Featuring a TIE fighter style speeder with stud shooters and space for a minifigure, plus 3 Inferno Squad Agents and brave heroine Iden Versio, any fan will love to expand their LEGO Star Wars universe with this collectible construction toy.
Item No: 5702016370126
Product Description
Add iconic Star Wars™ characters to your collection with the LEGO® Star Wars 75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack. Featuring a TIE fighter style speeder with stud shooters and space for a minifigure, plus 3 Inferno Squad Agents and brave heroine Iden Versio, any fan will love to expand their LEGO Star Wars universe with this collectible construction toy.
Item No: 5702016370126

Features & Benefits

  • Collect a unique Star Wars™ TIE fighter inspired collectible toy and 4 great minifigures.
  • Includes 4 LEGO® Star Wars™ minifigures: Iden Versio and 3 Inferno Squad Agents.
  • Features a TIE fighter inspired speeder with 2 stud shooters and space for a minifigure.
  • Weapons include 2 stud blasters, a stud blaster rifle and a stud rocket launcher.
  • Speeder building toy measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (11cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide.
  • Piece Count 118
  • Ages 6+

Customer Reviews

3.9 / 5.0
27 Reviews
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Smaller pack than expected
Bought to give as a gift, smaller than expected, hence only 3 stars - hard to determine size online
July 2, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
A Great Buy for Battlefront 2 Fans!
As a Battlefront fan I was sad that there was no Battlefront 2 sets like there were when the 2015 game came out. (Rebel and Imperial Battle Packs) I am very thankful that Lego has decided to give us an Inferno Squad battle pack. Having Iden, Del and Hask as Lego minifigures is amazing.

Pros:
*Great Minifigures
*New Helmets
*Iden's Hair Piece (first time since Padme had it)
*Different Faces to represent each character
from the game/book

Cons:
*The angry clone face for the 4th inferno squad
member (the female from the Novel, a
Storm trooper or Shriv
minifigure would have been better)
*The build is not for collectors but works well as a
play feature
*Stud shooters
*No Helmet for Iden
June 16, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun but not accurate.
Pros:
The set is easy to build and quite fun. I like that most of the weapons are different. It is a good value and you can even get several of this set, change which character isn't wearing a helmet, and you can have a small army!

Cons: (Warning, nerd rage ahead, lol)
Each character should have a helmet, hair, and different facial expressions. It would also be better if each character could fit on the vehicle, especially since it is, as far as I can tell, a vehicle LEGO invented for this set. With some modification you can have each character standing on the vehicle (pictured below).
As for the nerd rage: the video game and book go into detail about each character, so it's disappointing the set doesn't specify which character is represented by each figure. The leader, Iden Versio, is supposed to have a droid and many even consider the droid to be part of the squad. I made one out of spare parts from this and other builds; it's not great but it is pictured below. The other characters, one of whom is supposed to be female, remove their helmets frequently during the game, making hair and different facial expressions an even more sensible option. Another disappointing detail: one of the LEGO heads is actually just a Jango Fett clone head.

Conclusion:
A solid buy, but a little more thought and detail would have made this much more enjoyable to people familiar with the game and book; those are the people I assume are the targeted customers. My build, which includes some modifications, is pictured below.
June 13, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A Great Buy for Battlefront 2 Fans!
As a Battlefront fan I was sad that there was no Battlefront 2 sets like there were when the 2015 game came out. (Rebel and Imperial Battle Packs) I am very thankful that Lego has decided to give us an Inferno Squad battle pack. Having Iden, Del and Hask as Lego minifigures is amazing.

Pros:
*Great Minifigures
*New Helmets
*Iden's Hair Piece (first time since Padme had it)
*Different Faces to represent each character
from the game/book

Cons:
*The angry clone face for the 4th inferno squad
member (the female from the Novel, a
Storm trooper or Shriv
minifigure would have been better)
*The build is not for collectors but works well as a
play feature
*Stud shooters
*No Helmet for Iden
May 26, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Dang good set
This set surprised me with a quality build up and awesome figures
May 24, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun but not accurate.
Pros:
The set is easy to build and quite fun. I like that most of the weapons are different. It is a good value and you can even get several of this set, change which character isn't wearing a helmet, and you can have a small army!

Cons: (Warning, nerd rage ahead, lol)
Each character should have a helmet, hair, and different facial expressions. It would also be better if each character could fit on the vehicle, especially since it is, as far as I can tell, a vehicle LEGO invented for this set. With some modification you can have each character standing on the vehicle (pictured below).
As for the nerd rage: the video game and book go into detail about each character, so it's disappointing the set doesn't specify which character is represented by each figure. The leader, Iden Versio, is supposed to have a droid and many even consider the droid to be part of the squad. I made one out of spare parts from this and other builds; it's not great but it is pictured below. The other characters, one of whom is supposed to be female, remove their helmets frequently during the game, making hair and different facial expressions an even more sensible option. Another disappointing detail: one of the LEGO heads is actually just a Jango Fett clone head.

Conclusion:
A solid buy, but a little more thought and detail would have made this much more enjoyable to people familiar with the game and book; those are the people I assume are the targeted customers. My build, which includes some modifications, is pictured below.
May 22, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Good, but could be better
It would be nice if the other agents were the actual characters, but whatever
May 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Not Quite Perfect
Don't get me wrong, this a brilliant set for any Star Wars fan, but I have some issues with it. Many may wonder "who is the fourth guy?". Well, there is a Battlefront 2 novel that includes a fourth agent, Seyn Marana. Spoiler alert, she dies on an undercover mission taking out rebel extremists, the Partisans. However, the figure in the set has a male head rather than a female one, not that you will take the helmet off... This leads to my first problem. There is no hair for the inferno squad agents and no helmet for Iden. This is a huge playability flaw. WEAR IS IDEN'S DROID. A droid was included in the Praetorian Guards set, why not this one? The other thing that really annoys me is the fact that the helmets do not cover the head at the back. This means skin tone is showing at the back and looks really stupid for displays with an agent facing away from the viewer. I also find the little ship irrelevant and not realistic. Otherwise the figure designs are flawless and have good detail. This is a nice but flawed set.
May 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Iconic.
The inferno squad is by far the only good thing that came from battlefront 2. Their story is captivating and shows not every imperial soldier believed in the cause. This set is exactly what you think. Its every member of that elite squad of stormtrooper special forces. The minifigures have great detail and they set themselves apart from the rest of the imperial army with their red markings. The speeder bike is also another great inclusion that can be used for display or play very easily. The only minor complaint i have for this set is that Iden has no helmet to wear and the others dont have their hair for when you take their helmets off. I know Iden is the main character in the game but the others were just as important and they all had completely different identities from the others. It just wouldve been nice to have helmets and hair for all of them. Other than that one minor gripe. This is one of the best battlepacks ive seen since the clone wars.
May 6, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun but not accurate.
Pros:
The set is easy to build and quite fun. I like that most of the weapons are different. It is a good value and you can even get several of this set, change which character isn't wearing a helmet, and you can have a small army!

Cons: (Warning, nerd rage ahead, lol)
Each character should have a helmet, hair, and different facial expressions. It would also be better if each character could fit on the vehicle, especially since it is, as far as I can tell, a vehicle LEGO invented for this set. With some modification you can have each character standing on the vehicle (pictured below).
As for the nerd rage: the video game and book go into detail about each character, so it's disappointing the set doesn't specify which character is represented by each figure. The leader, Iden Versio, is supposed to have a droid and many even consider the droid to be part of the squad. I made one out of spare parts from this and other builds; it's not great but it is pictured below. The other characters, one of whom is supposed to be female, remove their helmets frequently during the game, making hair and different facial expressions an even more sensible option. Another disappointing detail: one of the LEGO heads is actually just a Jango Fett clone head.

Conclusion:
A solid buy, but a little more thought and detail would have made this much more enjoyable to people familiar with the game and book; those are the people I assume are the targeted customers. My build, which includes some modifications, is pictured below.
April 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO