LEGO Star Wars Captain Rex’s AT-TE

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The Imperial Inquisitor Fifth Brother and his Stormtrooper accomplice are trying to board Captain Rex’s modified AT-TE and take control! This old AT-TE might not be much to look at, but it’s got cranes, ladders and a top-mounted gun! Help Rex and his clone friends, Commander Gregor and Commander Wolffe, keep their Imperial foes at bay for as long as it takes.
• Includes 5 minifigures: Captain Rex, Commander Gregor, Commander Wolffe, Imperial Inquisitor Fifth Brother and a Stormtrooper.
• Features a rotating top-mounted gun with spring-loaded shooter and extra ammo, 2 cranes, 4 ladders, movable legs, opening cockpit with space for a minifigure, opening rear top section, opening rear access door with 3 clones, and a built-in lifting handle.
• Rotate the gun and fire the spring-loaded shooter to send Fifth Brother and Stormtrooper running!
• Lower the rear door to access the inside.
• Weapons include 2 blasters, 2 blaster rifles and Fifth Brother’s Lightsaber.
• This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 9-14.
• Play out your own Star Wars Rebels animated TV series adventures.
• Captain Rex’s AT-TE measures over 7” (20cm) high, 12” (33cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide.


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LEGO® Star Wars TM - Captain Rex’s AT-TE (75157) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pure Awesomeness! I love Lego Star Wars, but every often a set comes along which completely blows my expectations and delivers something really special. This is one of those sets. Like the Republic Gunship or Imperial Shuttle Tydirium this set combines great playability with excellent display quality and fantastic minifigures. To start with the quality, as always with Lego, is excellent and provides an enjoyable building experience. Perhaps not quite as much fun as the Imperial Shuttle or the Rogue Shadow, owing to the slightly repetitive build process, but still fun. The finished model itself is breathtaking, combining all the best traits of the AT-TE walker with a very unique look which makes it stand out when on diplay. the addition of the landing pad at the rear and the various platforms and gantry's make for an interesting design just as this vehicle had in the show, but also provides a fun way of displaying multiple minifigures in on place. The design of this thing is just mad, with random pieces hodge-podged together but the overall look works great. If I had one gripe it would be the many stickers but it is only a small gripe as they really do help enhance the set. As with the previous AT-TE the interior is cramped and nothing special, but the outer hull more than makes up for that. For the price of the set I would have liked to see a couple more minfigures, but for what we get I am very happy. Another stormtrooper is always welcome and the Fifth Brother's armour is pretty cool, reminiscent of Darth Malgus's armour. But the main reason most people will buy this set is for Rex, Wolffe and Gregor. Seeing these three together in the show was amazing for so many fans so it makes perfect sense to have them all here. The designs are detailed and represent the characters perfectly, it is really cool to see them in their battle-scarred armour. However, this brings me to the only disappointing aspect of this set: NO HELMETS! Come on Lego, what were you thinking? Why didn't we get a battle-scarred version of the clones helmets. Ugh, I was so annoyed that these weren't included, as I'm sure many other fans will be. That aside, this is still a brilliant set with many cool features to interest both adult fans and kids looking for a cool play set. My recommendation: buy this if you haven't already!
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome set I asked for this set for Christmas and was lucky to get it. I had a fun build in about 5 hours. The only thing that could be better was if the room was bigger! Other than that it's an awesome set! Thanks lego!
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 'You Must Trust Him.' I absolutely loved The Lost Commanders episode of Rebels, and it was amazing to see the return of Captain Rex. This set is a fantastic portrayal of the AT-TE that the clones call home. It's easy to see how Dave Filoni was inspired by Howl's Moving Castle when designing the look of this AT-TE. In a world of grey, this colourful Lego set really stands out. The use of yellow, azure blue, and sky blue along with rusty browns all make this walker look old yet personalised plus accurate to the source material. The build is very interesting with plenty of detail both outside and the interior. The only repetitive parts are the legs which are pose-able and sturdy. There are quite a few stickers, some of which are large but they are necessary to add even more detail. The finished model looks amazing on display but has plenty of fun play features including a spring shooter. The model also has it's own Technic carry handle (just like the Imperial Star Destroyer a while back), so is easy to move around. The Phantom will sit on the back of the walker just as it does in Rebels. The minifigures included are excellent and incredibly detailed. All three of the clones look like their characters and even have the scars printed on their heads where they removed their chips (the ones that made them carry out Order 66). However it is a shame that they didn't come with their helmets. The Fifth Brother is a standout minifigure with his unique helmet and quintessential lightsaber. Why he was included is a little odd since he was on the Star Destroyer and Agent Kallus was the one after the clones. To round things off is an Imperial Stormtrooper who is also accurate with detailed printing. Instead of the Fifth Brother and the Stormtrooper it would have been nicer to see Zeb or Kanan. I think this is one of the best Rebels Lego sets released and is a must have for any Star Wars Rebels collection. It's very different from other sets and is a colourful addition to the Lego Star Wars line.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Set This is an amazing set. Pros: Amazing Minifigs Great improvement over previous AT-TE Great detailing (rusted leg especially) Cons: No seventh sister inquisitor! The spare spring loaded shooters for the cannon are in an inconvenient place; right underneath the cannon. Overall, it's a great set!
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Playset I've been a LEGO Fan for the past 3 years and a Star Wars Fan since the beginning of it all (1977). I started watching Star Wars Rebels during the first season and when the AT-TE was featured in the beginning of the second, I had hoped it would be put in LEGO format! I must say that this is just a plain great set. The use of the different colors and various elements made for an enjoyable building experience. The build itself was not as difficult as I thought it would be so it went much faster than I expected. That made it better as I got to enjoy checking out the play features of the set. I'll start with the cons which are minor as far as I'm concerned. It would have been nice for Rex and Wolffe to come with helmets as seen in the episodes of the show. Also since a Probe Droid was also featured in the show, one of those would've been better than the Stormtrooper minifig it came with. Aside from those minor things I really enjoyed the set. I've heard others gripe about the lack of poseability of the legs but to me that was ok. The middle legs can be posed to make it look like its walking. On to the Pros... I'm glad the 3 man crew were all included in the set. I would've been bummed if all three hadn't been included. The scale of the AT-TE was perfect as you can "land" the Phantom on it's back plate like in the show. I actually have the Phantom sitting on it's back along with the characters in the show. It looks just right too. Although he doesn't make an appearance until the very end of the second episode, the 5th Brother Inquisitor is an awesome figure. I hope he and The 7th Sister Inquisitor will be featured in future sets. I would definitely recommend this set to fans of the show because of all the sets so far from Rebels, I like this one the best. In closing the price point was a little high but not enough to stop me from getting it. The sheer size and scale make it an impressive set...
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT BUT MISSING ACCURACY Pros: The design of the old rusty AT-TE. Brilliantly detailed 5th brother minifig!!! Plenty of play function & the landing platform is large enough to land the phantom shuttle on like in the episode. Bright & colorful. The use of certain colors really brings out a used/worn rustic look. The Gregor minifig. Cons:For he price more minifigs & bricks should be included like 3 storm troopers instead of 1. Captain Rex should have a white beard piece instead of having his beard poorly printed on like the Santa minifig. An he could have a bald cap piece like the grandpa minifig in the collectible minifig series. The skin tone for he old clones should be darker/tanned more. Commander Wolf should have a hairpiece like the Ninjago Zane minifig but in Grey. His Tash is fine printed on. A new Zeb minifig could've been included with a green jumpsuit instead of the previous yellow inaccurate one cos Zeb is an important part of the episode. An imperial probe droid could've been included. For the price a build able Joopa beast which is like a spider worm could've been included and features in the episode.
Date published: 2016-08-20
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