Hello, ladies and gents! Time for another Rogue One review! We'll be taking a look at Krennic's Imperial Shuttle, set number "75156." This time I decided to shake things up a bit, and cover the set in a video instead of a post. Check it out right here on our YouTube channel
I have also included a bit of a write-up (with pictures!) about the building process, so if you'd like to see that, keep reading.
Ah! The front of the box.
The back of the box. Such dramatic posing!
The contents of the box. Yeah...
Hey, look - pieces! These must be from Bag 1.
Oh, yup, I was right, 'cause were now starting in the shuttle.
Good lookin' frame, am I right?
Even looks good from the bottom!
Ooh, some Imperial lights. Snazzy!
Wait, has anything even changed here? Oh yeah, some Technic stuff. Boooring!
Niiice! More pieces.
Whoa, this thing is taking shape! Do those 1x2 light bluish gray cheese slopes have one-of-a-kind stickers on them? Why yes, yes they do!
More snazzy lights, and another one-of-a-kind sticker! Woohoo!
...What am I even looking at here?
Oh, landing gear. I get it now.
I bet that'd be a rather comfortable chair. I mean, if you're a minifigure.
Interesting parts selection. Wonder what this could be for...?
What a masculine hand! But what is it holding?
Nope, I'm still confused.
Oh! The fin - of course. How silly of me!
That fits quite nicely, eh.
Lots of plates - that's a good sign!
A wing. Brilliant!
Oh, I bet that's sturdy.
The ships done! Oh no, sorry, I wrong. Just one wing is done. If Director Krennic had flown the shuttle like this up into space, the Death Star would have never been an issue.
I could be wrong, but I think this is the other wing.
To the untrained eye, this is a ship with both wings attached. But to the trained eye.it is exactly the same thing.
More black, I see. Is this Krennic's ship or Batman's?
Guns - cool.
See what I mean? Black - all black! Well, except from some very, very dark gray... Wait.
Didn't we just see this?
Ah, going for an open concept, I see.
My, my! The last bag already?
Da thingy dat make da ship go vroom vroom ..
Place perfectly per the instruction's informative pictures.
Huh, looks like someone stole part of Vader's helmet. They are so dead.
Oh, phew! It was just part the ship. Could of fooled me!
Hey, hey! The ship's done! What a beauty! And look at that build - mighty fine!
Alrighty, I hope you enjoyed that incredibly informative and not at all wandering write-up. A big thanks to The LEGO Group for making this review possible. Be sure to comment below with your thoughts. Adios, amigos!