<Sith Nightspeeder Review>
The Sith Nightspeeder is the first set of it's kind, and was first seen in the Lego Club Magazine™ Star Wars™ comic. It is also my favorite set. It was one of the first sets to feature the "Star Wars™: Clone Wars™ Season 3/4" look for Anakin Skywalker and Asajj Ventress, and the first to feature Savage (suh-Vaj) Opress.
Lets take a look at Anakin. Now, while you notice that he still has the same hair, arms, and legs as version 1 Anakin, if you closely, you'll also see that, he no longer wears the two gold stripes on his belt, but now sports a shiny silver buckle.He also no longer has a shoulder/chest-plate, but instead, is entirely clothed in dark robes. He also has a thinner, more defined scar.
We now turn to Ventress. Her outfit is entirely changed. She no longer wears a dress/robe, but instead wears more of a jumpsuit (for easier mobility I suppose).
(Just as a thought/suggestion, i think that Lego really ought to make Ventress' ship.)
As i mentioned before, this is the first set to feature Savage Opress. If I had to choose a favorite Sith, it would definitely be Savage. He is is pretty much the same as the new Darth Maul, the only big difference being that he is yellow shinned, instead of red skin like Maul. His hairpiece is is not the first of its kind, but is still the newest type of hair I've seen so far this year.
- This is a very cool set.
- Easy/fun build.
- New looks for Minifigures.
- New Minifigure!
-The detachable speeders sometimes fall off during play.
Would I recommend this set to a friend?
Yes, I would and have.