LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)

LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)

LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)

  • Includes 2 snowtroopers, 1 Imperial officer and 1 AT-AT driver with new helmet minifigures
  • Battle station features rotating flick missile firing gun and seat for gunner
  • Relive the Battle of Hoth by adding #8083 Rebel Trooper Battle Pack
  • Opening scene of Empire Strikes Back from Episode V movie
  • This pack contains 74 pieces

Pieces: 74Defeat the Rebels with Imperial might!Build up your Imperial forces and celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back! When the Rebels’ secret base is discovered on Hoth, the Empire attacks with a force of cold-weather Snowtroop

Rating: (out of 11 reviews)

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 6.00

5 Responses to “LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)”

  • Dixie Peach:

    Review by Dixie Peach for LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)
    I purchased this for my grandson’s birthday gift. He is 14 and still loves these LEGO Star Wars kits. He can put them together in just a few minutes. He was thrilled that this was a newly introduced kit. A great gift.

  • Justin Gaines:

    Review by Justin Gaines for LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)
    My Lego-loving son has recently discovered the original Star Wars trilogy, so he used his allowance to purchase this Snowtrooper Battle Pack. This set is essentially a collection of four minifigures – an AT-AT Driver, two Snowtroopers, and an Imperial Officer – with a few accessories.

    Complexity: This was a pretty easy set to build. My son assembled the minifigures, and I put together the little battle platform and the speeder bike. Now, I’ve seen the Empire Strikes Back a LOT of times, and have never seen a speeder bike in that film. Why is it suddenly showing up in Hoth-themed playsets (both Lego and Kenner so far)?

    Playability: The sky’s the limit. Recreate scenes from the movie, or make up your own stories. My son does this, but so far his stories all involve the AT-AT Driver and Snowtroopers trading helmets…and then shooting each other.

    My son absolutely loves these figures, and usually has at least one with him at all times. He’s saving his money again, so maybe the LEGO Star Wars Rebel Trooper Battle Pack (8083) or LEGO Star Wars Echo Base (7749) playsets will be next.

  • M. D. HEALY:

    Review by M. D. HEALY for LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)
    I got this for my nephew who really loves Star Wars stuff, and it was a hit with him. May the Force be with him always!

  • carolyn:

    Review by carolyn for LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)
    Personally, I think these snow troopers are hilarious. They’re adorable as Legos and well, the boys just LOVE them! This is a super easy set to assemble, but the playtime goes on for hours on end. If you’re truly desiring to be a rock star, get all 3 sets and have a real Hoth battle. This set is quite durable and stands up very well to all the neighborhood boys’ battles on Hoth. Great, great set, highly recommend!

  • Christopher Shamburg:

    Review by Christopher Shamburg for LEGO Star Wars Snow Trooper Army Pack (8084)
    This two-piece set is from ESB and is relatively easy to assemble and fun to play with. My six-year old did it with some help from me in about 20 minutes. The two pieces are from the Empire’s Hoth attack (but I don’t remember either from the movie).

    The first piece is a small battle station with a gun and radar, manned by a trooper and an officer. The other piece is a sled speeder similar to the bike speeder from ROJ. Each piece was different to assemble, and keep our interest. Because they’re so different, they are very versatile to play with; the two pieces play well with both our finished pieces and our box of legos.

    On a related note, I would recommend introducing kids to Star Wars with ESB: less talky than NH, great beginning scenes on Hoth that catch kids’ attention, classic Vadar, the intro of Yoda, the carbonite freezing, and the list goes on. ESB will hook your kids, and they can fill in the timeline afterward. This is a great piece to extend the story. The only downside is that they will be jonesin’ for an AT-AT asap.

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