Ahch-To Island Training is LEGO set 75200-1. It has a score of 79. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 13 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 42.15% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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The set is perfect. Bought it for myself and loved it to bits. Starts my obsession with Lego Star Wars. For such a low price it is amazing. Lots of detail and interesting things. Grandpa Luke and Rey figures are a huge bonus. Package arrived in excellent condition, and very quickly. Fully recommend it to everyone.
Star Wars fans have waited two years to hear Luke Skywalker's first words, whilst Lego fans have waited even longer for an old man Luke minifigure. Please note this review contains minor spoilers for The Last Jedi. It's a quick easy build of the main location from The Last Jedi but the set's details and film-references make up for it's small size. The hut looks rustically cobbled together and there's even a porg perch on the roof. The four stickers help to add exterior detail and texture to the walls. However the fabric used to represent Luke's door is inaccurate - it was actually metal and required Wookiee strength to bring down!Inside Luke's spartan existence is captured really well with a fold-away bed, cooking utensils and some food. The silver fish is a nod to the huge fish Luke catches on Ahch-To. Outside is a camp fire used by Rey during the film and a huge boulder for Rey to train against. The turntable for a minifigure to strike the boulder is a fun play-feature that replays the scene from the film quite well. The only other feature is to bring down one of the hut's walls as Rey manages with her blaster, but technically that was her own and not Luke's. The minifigures are the main attraction of this set as they're all exclusive. Old man Luke looks incredible with detailed printing on his Jedi robes, a fabric cape and his staff. He comes with a dual-sided face: one solemn, the other angry (yes, even Jedi Masters get angry). Luke also has a unique hair-piece that adds extra movie accuracy. Rey is in her costume last seen at the end of The Force Awakens. She again has detailed printing and comes with her lightsaber and staff, although it's a shame she doesn't have her blaster. Finally the porg adds cuteness and has a different colour scheme to the ones included in 75192 Millennium Falcon. This is a brilliant little set of the main location from The Last Jedi but at this price point the inclusion of more porgs or a Caretaker minifigure would have been welcome.
As a fan of the movie and a casual LEGO Star Wars fan, you simply cannot go wrong with this set, especially if you're able to snag it a discount. Kmart Australia is currently selling this set for AU$39 and is so far the best place to pick it up.
Star Wars fans will love building these sets and then recreating all their favorite Last Jedi adventures.
All in all, this is a good set. It's not perfect, but it's still pretty good. I like the minifigures the most — Luke was pretty important in TLJ so you should definitely try to get his minifigure. The porg is cute too, while Rey and the hut are not bad either. The price is reasonable in the UK and New Zealand I feel. It's a bit expensive in Australia, while U.S. looks like it's getting a price increase on the whole. Despite its faults, it's still a set you should pick up.
Overall, this is a set best described as accessible. The build won't challenge you, nor engage younger LEGO fans who want more play, but as a display piece to more challenge the imagination in part thanks to remaining impressively true to the source material, this is strong. The minifigures are appealing and accurate, and, as mentioned at the top, this is one of the cheaper sets to pick up.
Overall, the LEGO Star Wars Ahch-To Island Training (75200) is a pretty good set. I do like the selection of minifigures but I felt that LEGO should have included one of the Lanai Caretakers especially for the price of this set. $29.99 is a little much for what you get as I think $24.99 would have been a better price point. With that said, I still like how the set looks and the play features are sufficient as kids may enjoy recreating the scenes in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
It makes a change to get something other than a vehicle from the Star Wars sets, the build is quite fun and does a nice job of recreating those stone huts seen in the movie. Play features although welcomed by younger builders, do make the sets a little too breakable. Any slight movement can see the hut collapse easier than if Rey had been doing a spot of Jedi training.
I had high expectations for 75200 Ahch-To Island Training and am absolutely delighted with the final product. All three figures are magnificent, with Luke Skywalker being among the most impressive of those released in conjunction with Star Wars: The Last Jedi due to both the popularity of the character and its high level of detail. Rey and the tiny porg are brilliant too, as are Luke's hut and the few functions included.
While I'm mildly disappointed by some accuracy issues (like the cloth flap instead of a salvaged piece of Luke's X-wing), the minifig selection, play features, and price more than make up for this. With a great trio of desirable characters, including the much-anticipated Luke Skywalker and Jedi training Rey, plus a ton of fun play features for only $29.99, 75200 Ahch-To Island Training is a must-have for all fans of the new Star Wars movies.