Explorien Starship Item №: Pieces: Minifigures: Explorien Explorien Nova Hunter Ann Theme: Space Exploriens Explorien Starship is an Exploriens set released in LEGO → System → Space → Exploriens. Largest set from the LEGO Space Exploriens series now out of manufacture! Includes FOUR Exploriens minifigures, including a rare droid figure! Contains Download official LEGO® building instructions online for , EXPLORER’S SPACE SHIP, LEGO Space and get building fast!.

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Front View on Stand At least the massive wingspan is reduced when the wings are down. This picture shows the Mini-rover, just hanging out back there.

Berlin Fri Jan 04, London Wed Jan 16, You do get all three Exploriens minifigs in this set.

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The Search for Fossils What would an Exploriens set be without lefo form of trans red and blue elements for viewing the fossil tiles. This isn’t terribly useful, as the assembly looks better tucked up against the wing. Thanks for the great review and walk down memory lane. But they do add a little bit to the set.

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I lsgo the set design but don’t really care fore the minifigures that much so I gave it an above average only. You’ll be repairing this area time and time again.

The front view gives you a sense of just how big this set is. When I was looking at all of the new sets I saw this one and was totally amazed at the size of this set.


Aesthetically, it completely appeals legoo me. It is tucked in so close to the hull that it is hard to use them effectively.

Yep, it’s BIG, probably the biggest ever, and nope, it does not have the sleek lines of the classics, but i loved the minifigs, the printed tiles and computers The floor of the work area can and will simply fall off of the model while swooshing. The images 6928 when you look view them through a trans red or trans blue part. The crew of 4 hopped aboard and blasted towards Nebula unaware of what might wait ahead at the cave. The front area, which is the pilot area, has the front cockpit for the chief to sit.

Chock full of play features and translucent parts and computer parts. The front view shows the arms in the down position.

But it has that one glaring flaw: Thanks for this very detailed review. So instead I leggo show the finished product laying flat on a table, and then show a series of pictures with the model on some effective though hastily built stands, so you can a good feel for how the wings and cockpit work. If you think that a mere four studs is too little to hold the cockpit, especially when it can hang down, you’d be right.

And the hologramed tile looks fantastic. I just don’t see why we need a reminder on how the set functions work once it’s built. The ship is absolutely massive. We are currently constructing 66982 center of the work area.


And here we have the completed Mini-rover. If you land the Starship when the wings are in the down position, the tires will roll along the ground, raising the wings up.

If you look closely, the reflective sticker on those deltoid clips are coming off. It’s too bad the model never held together very well for you, this was never a problem for me. The bridge walls are so open that the area looks unfinished.

As you can see, the sheath protecting the cannon in back are connected to the wings, and not to the main hull. Exploriens might not have been the most attractive theme I loved it at the time, but it seems pretty lousy in retrospectlegp it’s rare you find a theme that’s so bare-bones that every expense goes towards functionality.

LEGO SET 6982-1 – Explorien Starship

Close up and for playing with It doesn’t work very well. The slope with studs on the sloped edge is useful for some SNOT. It takes more energy to reach orbit than to maneuver while in orbit. There are three thrusters for liftoff, if that tells you anything.