Snoke's Throne Room is LEGO set 75216-1. It has a score of 76. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 31.05% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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This is one a lot of people have been waiting a while for. Snoke's throne room scene was one of the most iconic scenes from Last Jedi, and it's awesome that LEGO gave the people what they wanted. The set was a fun build and the new Praetorian Guards are outstanding! The Praetorian Guards basically make this set, but this is also a more affordable way to get Snoke and this particular version of Rey without having to buy the more expensive First Order Star Destroyer and First Order Assault Walker sets. Additionally, the playability is good with the elevator, Snoke's rotatable throne, and the sliding floor piece to mimic Snoke pulling Rey towards him with the force. The problems with this set? Not many. But the most noticeable is the price. $69.99 seems a bit expensive for a set under 500 pieces which means the price per part is around $0.14. Despite the fact you get some great minifigures, it does seem a bit too pricey. Lastly, though I love the Praetorian Guards there are three different helmet variations they appear with in the movie. This set only provides one helmet variation. It would have been nice if the second guard had one of the other two helmet variations. My verdict: it's a great set with awesome minifigures and a fair amount of playability but that $69.99 price tag is hard to ignore. I'd only recommend getting this set if you were a huge fan of Last Jedi or if you just feel you can't pass up these awesome Praetorian Guard minifigures.
LEGO and Star Wars fans will enjoy building this set, and recreating scenes from The Last Jedi.
Beyond the price, I do think this is a good set; not just too good or great -- just good.
All in all, I think this is not a very good set. The figure selection is good but other than that there's not a lot of things that stand out, and I would have liked more Praetorian Guards. The build itself looks okay and is a decent scaled-down version of the throne room in the movie, but is missing the red backdrop that is a striking feature of the movie throne room (though LEGO did sneak in red below the floor). The playability is quite limited as the floor space is quite small – it feels like 75169 Duel on Naboo where the floor plan limits playability and you're better off taking the figures to play somewhere else.
Considering that this set represents what is probably the most memorable, or at least second most memorable, scene from The Last Jedi, it is lacklustre in design and execution. As a complete set, 75216 Snoke's Throne Room is a wallet-stretching disappointment that rather than capturing the movie magic, offers another slab of grey.
While I certainly don't hate Snoke's Throne Room, the basic building techniques, repeated minifigures, and inaccuracies definitely detract from what could be a much better set. In spite of these flaws, 75216 Snoke's Throne Room does have a number of great play features, and it's rather fun to reenact Kylo Ren's inevitable betrayal of his Dark Side master.
Supreme Leader Snoke's impressive throne room hosts a pivotal scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and I had high expectations for this set. Unfortunately, it is a little disappointing. Most of its functions work well and the minifigures are excellent but certain areas of the model lack detail. Furthermore, I think the designer has focused upon the wrong areas of the throne room as the walls occupy many pieces but serve little purpose. The crimson curtains are of much greater visual importance.