Today I would like to write a review about this new Lego Set in my arsenal. This is the Millennium Falcon from the Star Wars Microfighters Lego Set (Set Number 75030). For those who don’t know what a Millennium Falcon is (seriously!?), I advise you to stop humiliate yourself and conduct immediate research about this iconic starship.
Let’s start off with the box-art
I always judge a Lego Set by its cover and this one is found guilty for leaving an empty space in my wallet. The picture of Han Solo riding a mini Millennium Falcon is just hard to resist. I’m a sucker when it comes to deformed things. In the back of the box, they show that there are more Microfighters to collect and therefore leaves you with this incomplete feeling if you don’t collect them all.
Moving on to the Minifigure.
The Millennium Falcon Microfighters include 1 minifigure. It’s the pilot, Han Solo. There are two expressions, the smiling one and the serious face. You’ll also get one blaster for Han Solo. The Millennium Falcon Microfighter is better in terms of minifigures if you compare it with the other Microfighters. This one supplies you with a main character while the others only provide you with grunts.
Even though it’s small and cute, the details of Millennium Falcon is still incredibly represented. It somehow still looks very complex, while it is very easy to build. Several clear blue bricks are used to show the Millennium Falcon’s jet in the rear. There are no stickers involved in this set, and that is a great news.
There are a total of 94 pieces to build it. The building process was a real walk in the park if I must say. It was done in about ten minutes and I don’t even enter my hyperdrive mode. I guess that’s what happen if you built a small Lego set using the instruction booklet. I would really like to try some of the bigger Lego Set like the modular buildings to have more fun in the process.
That is all for today’s review, thanks for reading :D