Republic Fighter Tank is LEGO set 75182-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 41.92% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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Lego cannot disappoint! My son loves all Legos regardless of what it is.
This Lego set was awesome! I really liked the Jedi, the horns on the samurai helmet were different and I thoroughly enjoyed the building of it. There are only 2 or 3 other Lego sets with clone troopers. There should be more!! I would like to see more clone troopers in future Lego sets. It has been years since they made a Captain Rex. More sets with him would be great!
Obviously if you aren't a massive Clone Wars-era fan, the set's appeal might be slightly diminished, but can you really resist the allure of the best Aayla Secura minifigure yet?
Overall, this set is a good set. I still cannot decide whether this set or 75183 Darth Vader Transformation is a better set, as this has a better build but weaker figures. The build seems a little small for the price but the inclusion of 4-ish figures helps buffer that. I honestly think you should get both; combined, their price is lower than that of the Quadjumper set and the value from both sets combined is better than the Quadjumper's value.
Like its predecessor, four small wheels barely stick out beneath the fuselage allowing the tank to roll easily along the floor at a very low profile. It is just the right height to mow down swathes of Battle Droids in the heat of battle. That speaks loudly to this set's main appeal – play. AFOLs will mostly be interested in 75182 for the blue skinned Twilek, but beyond that it has little appeal. As a display piece it is lacking – the design was clearly meant for little hands to enthusiastically roll it across a bedroom floor wreaking havoc on Separatist armies. Thankfully at this price both groups will find it an easy and worthwhile purchase.
This is one of my favourite Star Wars sets of the year so far. The vehicle is highly detailed and looks brilliant in relation to the source material, although I would have preferred to see the dorsal turret included. Furthermore, the minifigure selection is excellent and it is particularly pleasing to see Aayla Secura included given the exceptional popularity of the character and her prior exclusivity to a much larger set.