LEGO Star Wars Snoke's Throne Room 75216
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Pit Supreme Leader Snoke, Rey, Kylo Ren and the highly trained Elite Praetorian Guards against each other in LEGO® Star Wars 75216 Snoke’s Throne Room! Taken from the exciting scene from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, this LEGO Star Wars set features Snoke's star destroyer throne room with rotating throne, knob-activated turning doorway and moving floor functions, plus hidden compartments to store Snoke's treasures and weapons, and 5 LEGO minifigures. Includes 5 LEGO® minifigures: Rey, Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke and 2 Elite Praetorian Guards. Features Snoke’s rotating throne with hidden compartment underneath, 2 weapon compartments, and knob-activated rotating doorway and moving floor functions. Weapons include Rey's Lightsaber, Kylo Ren's Lightsaber and the guards' double-handed bladed staff and convertible whip staff. Accessory elements include a whip attachment for the guard's rod weapon. Pull the knob to make-believe Snoke uses his dark powers to pull Rey closer to him!
Item No: 5702016110647
$79.00
Product Description:
Pit Supreme Leader Snoke, Rey, Kylo Ren and the highly trained Elite Praetorian Guards against each other in LEGO® Star Wars 75216 Snoke’s Throne Room! Taken from the exciting scene from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, this LEGO Star Wars set features Snoke's star destroyer throne room with rotating throne, knob-activated turning doorway and moving floor functions, plus hidden compartments to store Snoke's treasures and weapons, and 5 LEGO minifigures. Includes 5 LEGO® minifigures: Rey, Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke and 2 Elite Praetorian Guards. Features Snoke’s rotating throne with hidden compartment underneath, 2 weapon compartments, and knob-activated rotating doorway and moving floor functions. Weapons include Rey's Lightsaber, Kylo Ren's Lightsaber and the guards' double-handed bladed staff and convertible whip staff. Accessory elements include a whip attachment for the guard's rod weapon. Pull the knob to make-believe Snoke uses his dark powers to pull Rey closer to him!
Item No: 5702016110647
Product Description
Pit Supreme Leader Snoke, Rey, Kylo Ren and the highly trained Elite Praetorian Guards against each other in LEGO® Star Wars 75216 Snoke’s Throne Room! Taken from the exciting scene from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, this LEGO Star Wars set features Snoke's star destroyer throne room with rotating throne, knob-activated turning doorway and moving floor functions, plus hidden compartments to store Snoke's treasures and weapons, and 5 LEGO minifigures. Includes 5 LEGO® minifigures: Rey, Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke and 2 Elite Praetorian Guards. Features Snoke’s rotating throne with hidden compartment underneath, 2 weapon compartments, and knob-activated rotating doorway and moving floor functions. Weapons include Rey's Lightsaber, Kylo Ren's Lightsaber and the guards' double-handed bladed staff and convertible whip staff. Accessory elements include a whip attachment for the guard's rod weapon. Pull the knob to make-believe Snoke uses his dark powers to pull Rey closer to him!
Item No: 5702016110647

Features & Benefits

  • Battle it out in Snoke’s Throne Room!
  • Includes 5 LEGO® minifigures: Rey, Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke and 2 Elite Praetorian Guards.
  • Age Range 8-14
  • Piece Count 492

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Customer Reviews

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Not worth the money
Short and simple - The set is about $20-$30 overpriced. Set is extremely lack-luster and the new Praetorian guards don't even come close to making it worth it.
I am a huge fan of Lego, I'll always show my love, but you gotta be honest when something falls short as well.
June 7, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
'Darkness rises and light to meet it'
One of the best action sequences from The Last Jedi was Rey and Kylo Ren teaming up to battle the Praetorian Guards. 75216 has some great minifigures but the model itself is rather lacking.

The throne room has some great details like the oculus Rey looks through and Snoke's throne is amazing. However the designers have had to take artistic licence with the lift as it only fits a single minifigure, even though in the film two people can stand inside. Overall the set feels quite empty as most of the piece count goes towards detail rather than size. What's most frustrating about 75216 is it's lack of red, with only a few red bricks around the base, and not even a suggestion of the scarlet curtains surrounding the throne room in the film.

The play features aren't astounding, and the secret compartments don't add much. The best function is that Rey can be placed on a tile that you can pull towards Snoke's throne just like in the movie.

It's the minifigures that are the best part of the set, with 75216 being the cheapest way to get Snoke at the moment. Rey and Ren aren't exclusive and it would have been nice to see Rey with an updated 'angry' expression as she has during her scenes in the throne room. The Praetorian Guards are awesome with new moulded helmets and shoulder-armour, but it might be nice to see the other variants in future.

All in all 75216 doesn't really deliver in all aspects; the minifigures are the main attraction but the throne room could have been better.
May 6, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Extremely Overpriced
I'd expect this to be a 20 or 30 dollar set. The price point is a joke. Not even aesthetically pleasing either, neither is it accurate to the film.
May 1, 2019
Originally posted at
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snokes throne room
set is awesome, price is NOT. you would REALLY have to want this set for it to be worth the money. so there are three types of praetorian guards in the last jedi, and lego only does one. ridiculous! with the price, this set should have had all three variations. for me, the set was worth it, because of the great features and supreme leader snoke. since snoke is played by andy serkis who was also gullum in the lotr, i really wanted this minifigure. plus snoke is just a really cool character. also, the little viewing thingy really should have made use of the magnifiying glass piece. in my opinion, do not buy this set unless you REALLY want it. give me thumbs up if you want to see lord of the rings lego released again.
April 8, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Not worth the money
Short and simple - The set is about $20-$30 overpriced. Set is extremely lack-luster and the new Praetorian guards don't even come close to making it worth it.
I am a huge fan of Lego, I'll always show my love, but you gotta be honest when something falls short as well.
March 12, 2019
Originally posted at
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Nice set
Good set but could use one more red guy for the extra weapon but I guess Snoke could use it
February 26, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Not worth the money
Short and simple - The set is about $20-$30 overpriced. Set is extremely lack-luster and the new Praetorian guards don't even come close to making it worth it.
I am a huge fan of Lego, I'll always show my love, but you gotta be honest when something falls short as well.
February 25, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Not worth the money
Short and simple - The set is about $20-$30 overpriced. Set is extremely lack-luster and the new Praetorian guards don't even come close to making it worth it.
I am a huge fan of Lego, I'll always show my love, but you gotta be honest when something falls short as well.
February 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
'Darkness rises and light to meet it'
One of the best action sequences from The Last Jedi was Rey and Kylo Ren teaming up to battle the Praetorian Guards. 75216 has some great minifigures but the model itself is rather lacking.

The throne room has some great details like the oculus Rey looks through and Snoke's throne is amazing. However the designers have had to take artistic licence with the lift as it only fits a single minifigure, even though in the film two people can stand inside. Overall the set feels quite empty as most of the piece count goes towards detail rather than size. What's most frustrating about 75216 is it's lack of red, with only a few red bricks around the base, and not even a suggestion of the scarlet curtains surrounding the throne room in the film.

The play features aren't astounding, and the secret compartments don't add much. The best function is that Rey can be placed on a tile that you can pull towards Snoke's throne just like in the movie.

It's the minifigures that are the best part of the set, with 75216 being the cheapest way to get Snoke at the moment. Rey and Ren aren't exclusive and it would have been nice to see Rey with an updated 'angry' expression as she has during her scenes in the throne room. The Praetorian Guards are awesome with new moulded helmets and shoulder-armour, but it might be nice to see the other variants in future.

All in all 75216 doesn't really deliver in all aspects; the minifigures are the main attraction but the throne room could have been better.
February 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
snokes throne room
set is awesome, price is NOT. you would REALLY have to want this set for it to be worth the money. so there are three types of praetorian guards in the last jedi, and lego only does one. ridiculous! with the price, this set should have had all three variations. for me, the set was worth it, because of the great features and supreme leader snoke. since snoke is played by andy serkis who was also gullum in the lotr, i really wanted this minifigure. plus snoke is just a really cool character. also, the little viewing thingy really should have made use of the magnifiying glass piece. in my opinion, do not buy this set unless you REALLY want it. give me thumbs up if you want to see lord of the rings lego released again.
January 15, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO