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The set is composed of two main models- a speeder and a gun turret.
The speeder is made up a blue, dark grey and light grey pieces, and is based upon a Balutar-class swoop, a speeder used by Mandalorians during the Clone Wars. The speeder has enough room for a minifigure with a jetpack to sit in, and has handlebars for the minifigure to hang on to. A transparent round brick is used on the bottom of the speeder to hold it up and attempts to make it appear that it is hovering.
The turret has a similar colour scheme to the speeder, and is at an appropriate height for a minifigure to fire a mounted gun from. The gun is black with a transparent red stud. It is composed of several pieces, and can swivel from side to side.
The set includes a total of four identical Mandalorian minifigures with helmets and jetpacks. The only difference between the minifigures are the weapons they carry- one has two blaster pistols, another has a blaster, a third with a blaster rifle, and the final figure has a tripod-mounted sniper rifle, which is built out of several pieces.
The Death Watch was a splinter faction of Mandalorians whose goal was to return all Mandalorians to their ancient roots as savage warriors. During the Clone Wars, the Death Watch was led by Pre Vizsla, and the group targeted New Mandalorians, and made several unsuccessful attempts on the life of the leader of the New Mandalorians, Duchess Satine. The Death Watch employed several vehicles and weapons, including swoop bikes, sniper rifles and blasters. The group would later be reborn as Darth Maul's Mandalorian Super Commandos, and later as Imperial Super Commandos after the fall of the Republic.
- In some instances, the Mandalorian with the sniper rifle is officially referred to as a "Mandalorian Assassin", while in others he is simply known as a "Mandalorian" like the others.
- This set also appears in the 66378 Super Pack 3 in 1,66377 Super Pack 3 in 1 and 66431 Star Wars Super Pack 3 in 1 value packs.
- The set is featured in Watch out for the Death Watch! in the LEGO Club Magazine Issue 1 2011.