The set is composed of two snow-covered sections of Starkiller Base that hinge apart to depict the cataclysmic forces ripping the First Order base asunder. Each part is appropriately adorned with trees and rocks, comes with a Rey and Kylo Ren minifigures and has action features which include rotating bases and a falling tree.
There’s little information available on this set of 191 pieces, but we do know it will be priced US$19.99/€19.99 and is expected to be available at general retail from April 1st.
This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 13th of February, 2019.
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