LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series 75313 AT-AT — The Empire truly strikes back [Review]

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LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series 75313 AT-AT — The Empire truly strikes back [Review]

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LEGO’s tremendously popular Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) models have been the flagships of the Star Wars theme since they were first introduced back in 2000. Most of the models have been large-scale interpretations of various ships, such as the 75275 UCS A-wing. However, a small handful have been closer to minifigure-scale versions of larger vehicles, notably the 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon and 75060 UCS Slave I. LEGO’s latest UCS model follows in the latter vein, bringing fans a proper minifigure-scale model of the Empire’s fearsome beast, the AT-AT. 75313 AT-AT is the second-largest Star Wars set to date, with 6,785 pieces, falling short by fewer than 800 pieces of the UCS Millennium Falcon. It features nine minifigures, including Luke Skywalker, General Veers, two AT-AT pilots, and five Snowtroopers, and will be available starting Nov. 26 for US $799.99 | CAN $TBD | UK £749.99.
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Unboxing the parts, instructions, and sticker sheet

As you’d expect from a set with almost 7,000 pieces, it comes in one of the largest LEGO boxes. The box is similar in size to that of other top-tier sets like 10294 Titanic and 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer, though it’s a bit less wide, which gives it the impression of being a little taller.
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The front of the box has all the usual hallmarks of the LEGO for Adults packaging with a black background, greebly stripe, and simple text. LEGO had a bit of fun with the other sides, though, and decided to show the AT-AT from every side. Much to my surprise, that includes the underside of the box, which shows the rarely-seen bottoms of the AT-AT’s feet.
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Upon opening the box, you’re greeted with some cool non-LEGO Star Wars art. The outer flap has an Imperial crest and Hoth illustrations, while the inner flaps share an electrobinoculars view of the approaching AT-ATs.

Like other sets of this scale, the parts are not simply loose inside, but are split among smaller boxes. LEGO seems to have finally gotten a handle on splitting these boxes up in a logical way, and so the four inner boxes are numbered 1-4 and contain their own instruction manual and the parts you need for that step. The boxes together form a larger illustration of the AT-ATs on Hoth.

With the recent 10294 Titanic, we found that it was easy to split that set’s three boxes among three builders working simultaneously. That would be more difficult here, though, because the AT-AT isn’t divided into quite so discrete of sections. Box I contains the parts for the chassis and upper legs, box II has the lower legs, box III has the body, and box IIII has the outer shell and head. Some division of labor would be possible, as the body is largely independent from the chassis, so two builders could work in tandem with some coordination.

Each box is packaged with its own instructions. LEGO continues to use a cardboard envelope for the instructions, which ensures the manual arrives flat and pristine. While parts are fairly evenly divided among the four sections, the booklets vary considerably in size, with book III topping out at 268 pages, while book II has just 60, since it consists of building four of the same lower leg sections.

The first pages of the manuals contain an introduction to the AT-AT, the LEGO model, and its design features, along with an introduction to the set’s designer Henrik Andersen. These special pages are spread among the four booklets so you’ll have something interesting to read at various stages throughout the build. The final spread features a timeline of the standalone, regular-release LEGO AT-AT models (it doesn’t include AT-AT sets like the exclusive magazine sets and the Advent calendar micro models).

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A caixa parece ter as mesmas dimensões que a caixa da UCS MF! 🤨
Vai ser preciso um carrínho, daqueles dos do Lidl para transporte o "Bicharôco" e uma mala para transportar o valor, em moedas de 20 cêntimos. . . 😵
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Estive a ver a Review deste set gigantesco, na página do Brothers Brick e reparei que esta máquina de quatro patas consome gasóleo ou gasolina, da "Octan" 😵

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Aqui está o set que tanto esperava, obrigado pela partilha

Agora é só juntar uns trocos para perder a cabeça no próximo natal.

O monstro é lindo, estou muito interessado em ver a técnica usada naquelas pernas.
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Bananas da Madeira nos tornozelos, ainda por cima numa cor neutra! :jump: A ver que outras utilizações aparecem para elas.
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