LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle Review

LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle Review

Why We Love It

  • highly detailed ship
  • includes six minifigures
  • expandable and retractable wings

ages   10 - 15 years

let the power of the Dark Side guide you…

The Supreme Leader needs a menacing ship to help him conquer the galaxy, and the LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle is just what darksiders need to destroy anything that stands in their way. This detailed model, based on Kylo Ren’s personal starship from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, has lots of cool minifigures and features that Star Wars and LEGO fans will love to build and play with. The set includes six minifigures: Supreme Leader Kylo Ren, General Pryde, a Sith Trooper, a First Order Stormtrooper, and two Knights of Ren. Each minifigure has its own weapon accessories, too. Use the 1,005 pieces to build the Shuttle, complete with moving wings. Tilt them out for takeoff and flight or straighten them for landing. The wings will also retract just like in the movie.

There’s space for three minifigures to sit in the cockpit and Kylo Ren can make an entrance walking down the lowering access ramp. Two spring-loaded shooters underneath the Shuttle are ready to take aim at the Resistance. This set has so many movie-realistic features that will really inspire Star Wars roleplay. It looks very cool on display as part of a Star Wars collection but young fans will definitely want to play out adventures from the dark side with this cool ship.

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based on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Kylo Ren’s Shuttle is a great recreation of the model as seen in the movie, from the retractable wings and opening access ramp to a slew of minifigures ready to help lead the Supreme Leader to galactic victory.
extends to two feet by three feet

spring-loaded shooters

Flying some unfriendly skies? No worries! Just use the two spring-loaded shooters to destroy anything that stands in the way. Kylo Ren’s Shuttle is equipped to handle the Rebel Alliance or any pesky do-gooder who doesn’t want to see his galactic vision come to life.