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|LEGO® → System → Galaxy Squad|
- Armoured Car
The vehicle included consists of two parts: A moon rover and a detachable jet with dual blasters that connect to the engines. The rover rolls on four wheels, and features a semi-open cockpit, with the front covered and the sides exposed. This front includes a decal with letters and scopes included. Unlike its counterpart, the jet has a completely open cockpit. Both have two levers for controls near the feet.
The Moon Rover contains 41 pieces (45 pieces with the blasters attatched).
The Jet contains 32 pieces.
The complete Armoured Car contains 73 pieces (77 pieces with the blasters attached).
- Star Slicer
The Star Slicer is a large robotic bug whose desigh is based off of the Praying Mantis. It features six legs, two of which are claws. Small purple balls can be shot out of its mouth.
The Star Slicer contains 212 pieces.
The Star Slicer was a large and powerful bug vehicle that participated in the War for the Planet Selva Galaxy. With its sharp claws and cocoon blaster, it proved to be more difficult than even the Warp Stinger. But eventually, several Galaxy Squad vehicles destroyed the Star Slicer.
|This is a quote taken from LEGO.com. Do not modify it.|
Stop the alien Star Slicer with the blue team heroes!
The Star Slicer is creeping along on its locust legs out to capture the blue Galaxy Squad team. Stop the alien's Star Slicer before he gets Solomon Blaze’s sidekick with his stinging claws! Split the Galaxy Squad vehicle into an armored car and agile flyer to take the fight to the aliens! Stay away from the Star Slicer's shooting function and its sticky cocoon! Includes 3 minifigures: Solomon Blaze, robot sidekick and an exclusive red alien buggoid.
- The Alien Buggoid's variation is exclusive to this set.
- Excluding the LEGO Shop, this set was not mentioned on lego.com.
- The Star Slicer's appearance bears a resemblance to the Warrior Bug from the 1997 film Starship Troopers.