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Review: Lego TIE Interceptor By TheStarScreamGuy
Bespin refugee - October 11, 2006

Item: Star Wars Lego TIE Interceptor
Reviewer: TheStarScreamGuy
Score: 4

For my first lego set I am going to review my Star Wats Lego Tie
Interceptor. The tie Interceptor is one Episode V of Star Wars.
Normally it is suppose to be called the Sith Interceptor. It comes with one little pilit guy, it is one of those Tie Fighter Pilots. It comes with a lot of pieces and it cost $40 for me, and the box is pretty much middle size.
Box: The Box at thw front os quite detailing. It has the Lego product on the front along with the space background. It has the Death Star in tge
Background as well with some explosion details. It Also has the
Interceptor Firing lasers, they are green lasers like Tie Fighters, Tie Bombers and Tie Interceptors should have. On the back of the box has some pictures, first is a picture of the real Lego thing with the cockpit opened, second is a picture of something else you can make like a copter and a jet. Third picture is another figure you can buy, it is Boba Fett's Slave 1 and last picture is the B Wing Fighter with another Rebel Ship. The top of the box is quite skinny, it has the pilot is comes with and on the other side of the top of the box is the sign the says LEGO and the work Star Wars next to it in Silver writing.
The Tie Interceptor Itself: The Tie Interceptor is a very good tpye of vehicle for the Dark Side. For Poseability, the wings fold in and out with three clicks, and on each wing on the inner side and the front has a turet that none can fire a missile, although the missile comes out, but doesn't ever fire. Just on the lower part of the cockpit has two red beeds that are there as cannons so the Vehicle has six cannons. More poaseability is the cockpit can open almost all the to the back, just to about 280 degrees up.
The Colours are Black, gray, light gray, blue, and some red accents of
the red beeds. The cockpit is pretty much see through. It has a lot of
pieces, and some pieces sometimes get loose. I thought it would come out bigger thn it should've been, but if it is the size it should be, it comes out better. On the side of the wings has a symbol of the shield from the dark side.
Book:The book for the lego has the Instructions, and the copter and jet
that you can build and some more lego and the same as we said that was on the box.
Overall: Overall, A good lego set but I will give it a 4 because the missiles don't fire when they are removable, so I give is a normal 4. The set took me quite a long time to build and it was looking hard with quite a lot of pieces indeed. and that is the end of my review.


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