Lego Star Wars Final Duel 2

  • Luke Skywalker, Stormtrooper and Guard Minifigure Included
  • Contains 23 Pieces
  • Out-of-Production LEGO set
  • For Ages 6 – 12

Product Description
This compact 23-piece mini-set features popular Star Wars characters prepared for combat: a stormtrooper, an Imperial officer, and Luke Skywalker, complete with one gloved hand like in Return of the Jedi. Weapon ready for battle, these three small action figures will make a great addition to a collection of other Star Wars characters. Final Duel II is best used as a supplement to a larger Star Wars LEGO set since it has relatively limited potential for action on its… More >>

Lego Star Wars Final Duel 2

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  1. I just love this little set, but it’s best with final duel I – the emperor and Darth Vader make it complete. My favorite little detail is that the stormtrooper doesn’t have a face under his helmet – oh, well, they’re all clones, anyway. I also appreciated Luke’s black “glove.”
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I asked for this set for Christmas, thinking there was more to it than what you see on Amazon; I was wrong. It has only 23 pieces, and it only took me like five minutes to put together! The only upside is that it is very durable, and it wood be good for ages 5-7.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. I like this set because it has a good selection of rare minifigures. It comes with Jedi Luke Skywalker(complete with gloved hand), It has an Imperial officer(change the face because it’s only a smiley face), and a Stormtrooper(Whoopee!!). It also comes with Luke’s lightsabre, and a neat little structure that is supposed to be part of the corridor that Luke was escorted to the Emporor in. But overall, there is one fact. D’ont buy final Duel 2 without getting Final Duel 1 with Darth Vader and The Emporor. Its a very good collectible set.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. “Final Duel II” is an ok set that I, unfortunatly bought at a store going through hard times and was forced to fork over TEN BUCKS! It has a bit of a steep price, because I just don’t think 3 mini figures and a platform are worth that.
    Mini figures-Luke, an Imperial officer (who I like to say is admiral Piet) and a stormstrooper are the natives of this set. Luke isn’t anything new, but I amend that by making him Luke’s forth evil clone. Admiral Piet is A cool figure with naught but a smile on his face. (Why shouldn’t he? He get to carry Luke’s lightsaber and lead him to his death!) The stormtrooper is REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, COOL! I lost my first one that came with the Tie, and have wanted one ever since. He/She is a white mini figure with NO face. (Face Off II: Stormy’s Revenge) His helmet is by far the coolest part of the set, with its to-the-last-detail features.
    The platform isn’t much, but I’ve found uses for it. Sometime I pretend the Emperor is doing paperwork, on vacation, playing vidio games, or is just too lazy to deal with Luke and orders Piet and his chum to push Luke off a plank (the platform) into an abyss. Not by far worth it’s…price,(By LEGO!) but nevertheless, a cool set.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Finally, a Stormtrooper of my very own. This set is great if you are at all interested in collecting all of your favorite Star Wars figures in LEGO form. You can do just about anything with them. Personally, I decided to create my own chess set out of them. LEGO really has sold out in a way continuing to make less of the sets that used to make them great and instead showering us with imitative corporate syndication. But hey, I love Star Wars, so I’m buying them. Anyway, if you like LEGO and love Star Wars this is definitely for you.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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