very much this or a Star Destroyer bridge... for the love of all... the last Star Destroyer set we got was a Vintage ESB era... event POTF2 got a DS Chasm and Detention block, Endor bunker and Carbon freezing chamber!I'd like to see some sort of scavenger playset. Some kind of interior where Rey can drop in on a rope.
Or the crashed AT-AT that she lives in. Or even just the foot sticking out of the ground.
I wouldn't be surprised to see a hallway from the freighter where the Rathtars get lose.
Yeah, and what's crazy is that carrying cases like that can also operate as insidious stealth marketing for them. Give a Star Wars-loving kid a few figures and a carrying case, and odds are, they'll feel compelled to fill it up.Ugh! Don't get me started on carrying cases! I've been carting my figures around in a vintage C3PO case! I'd strangle a hasbro executive for a Kylo Ren case
If they brought that style back, instead of cramming a playset into a vehicle. I'd be fine with it. Of course I didn't see anything in TFA that could use that format.The best playsets are the POTF2 Detention Block and the Endor Attack bunker. They both work as little diorama pieces as well as offering up play value for the kiddies.
I agree, and don't forget the Carbon Freezing chamber. Unfortunately we won't see anything like that as long ans Hasbro has the license.The best playsets are the POTF2 Detention Block and the Endor Attack bunker. They both work as little diorama pieces as well as offering up play value for the kiddies.
I think one of the more popular reasons Hasbro has given us is that it forces kids into a specific play pattern, hmm, a Starkiller Base playset which the villains launch strikes from and the heroes have to attack and destroy..nope doesn't sound like any Star Wars scenario I've ever played out as a kid.Has Hasbro ever given a specific reason why they're so vehemently against playsets?
Other than the general issue of "production costs."
I agree, Volcanic mountains probably aren't best indicator for popularity. So essentially they use pigeonhole'd data as an excuse across the board.I thought it was the perception that they don't sell. I do agree larger playsets are a big risk. I think they got a little burned on the Episode 1 playsets and decided to not touch them anymore.
I wouldn't call that a playset, you couldn't even fir one figure in there!
Haven't you seen hoe TIEs are docked? That is why you'll never see a ladder. lolHow is the pilot supposed to get in and out of that thing when its parked on the ground?
I was talking about the First Order TIEs, they seem to park on the ground more often rather than hanging from racks.Haven't you seen hoe TIEs are docked? That is why you'll never see a ladder. lol
However, it doesn't explain why you don't see one with every X-Wing. :\