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Set Review: 75526 Elite TIE Fighter Pilot (Star Wars)


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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Oct 30 2017 - 09:02 PM


Today we have another set review from the buildable figures based on The Last Jedi for you to check out. BZPower Blog Assistant Ta-metru_defender is taking a look at 75526 Elite TIE Fighter Pilot, the modern version of the iconic aces that Wedge Antilles loves shooting down. To see if this set soars high through the vastness of space or if it crashes into the bridge of a Star Destroyer, read on!

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#2 Offline Aanchir

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Posted Nov 05 2017 - 11:31 AM

I'm not particularly drawn to trooper-style buildable figures with monochrome color schemes and full armor and helmets. It is interesting though that this one is priced at just $20 rather than $25 like Rey or the Elite Praetorian Guard. His piece count is higher than either of those so I guess the lack of a textile element is the determining factor there — something similar happened with the Obi-Wan figure in the first wave, who was priced at $25 despite having more or less the same piece count as the $20 sets from the same wave.

It's a shame the life support system isn't more attractive. It's really one of the most unique aspects of this figure, but you're right that from any angle but the front it looks clunky.

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