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LEGO 9526 Star wars - Palpatines Arrest

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The very compact nose has been emphasised on the figure which looks accurate, but slightly odd in my opinion, however the incredible detail more than makes up for this minor drawback in my opinion. The legs and hips are plain dark red, some printing would have been nice to continue his long robe, but this looks fine in my opinion. The head piece is printed with two alternative faces, one of which is simple with a slight smile (an odd choice in my opinion as he did not do any smiling in this scene), some black eyebrows, and several wrinkles and lines on his face, as well as his many scars which are very accurate to the film. Like Mace Windu, this torso lacks back printing, but again it would only be covered up by the cape anyway. On one of these it is possible to see the Naboo Royal Starship (I think we are all hoping for a Lego version of that one day).

Palpatine’s Arrest was a set which I was very excited about prior to the release of images, due to the incredible scene from the movie, and also the fantastic characters who might feature in such a set.

The torso and hair is the same as the Anakin from his Jedi Interceptor that came out back in January, but the head is the new part.

I believe it's been used in the Ninjago line too, but this is the first time it's been used for Star Wars!The pieces used to make the tops of both Agen Kolar’s and Saesee Tiin’s heads are both amazing and are printed with incredible detail.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure and the brick and knob configurations are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site. At this point the figures may sound a little bit underwhelming, but do not worry, as they start to improve from here on in beginning with Saesee Tiin. The Palpatine's Arrest has 649 pieces and is ranked 1388 on the list of biggest LEGO sets ever made. You want to add the Lego set 9526 Palpatine's Arrest to your Lego Star Wars collection or to make a gift to your child without spending all your money? While it's nice to finally have a movie version of Palpatine, I do wish that he would have had a normal face.With five new incredibly designed figs, and one old one, they are definitely the highlight of the set.

In 2008, Toys'R'Us asked Lego fans which Lego Star Wars set they would like to bre released in 2009. The torso printing is brand new and looks wonderful featuring some dark brown creased Jedi robes with a dark tan undershirt. EGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies.His torso is printed on only the front sadly, but the cape is present which would obscure the printing anyway. Of course the golden lightsaber hilt is very nice indeed, albeit totally inaccurate to Darth Sidious’ Lightsaber in the film and the piece does in fact appear in a couple of Ninjago sets which are far cheaper than this one. Great selection of figures although I would have liked the normal side of Palpatine's face not to be sneering as it would have been easier for animating etc.

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