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LEGO® Star Wars™ Rancor Pit - 75005.

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LEGO® Star Wars™ Rancor Pit - 75005.

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LEGO® Star Wars™ Rancor™ Pit features opening gate, secret room and hidden compartment. Includes Rancor, skeleton and 3 minifigures.

LEGO® model number: 75005

Rancor features movable arms, jaw, hands and fingers

Accessories include bone, 2 keys, pitchfork and a bucket

Find the hidden key in the secret compartment

  • Theme: LEGO Star Wars.
  • One supplied.
  • Size H28.2, W48, D7.4cm.
  • For ages 8 years and over.
  • EAN: 5702014974876.


  • Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
  • To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

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* Please note item 1395006 has previously been on sale at 46.48.

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LEGO® Star Wars™ Rancor Pit - 75005. 4.5 5 36 36
A pitifully good set Although the vehicles and ships represent the essence of Star Wars, it is important to recognize that Star Wars embraces a host of alien species. Ever since the Lego Tauntaun was released, the macrofigures have improved substantially in detail and quality. Similar to the layout of the Hoth Wampa Cave, 75005 embraces a new macrofigure and a new play set. With a unique design, highly detailed figures, and high value, 75005 is an excellent addition to any Star Wars collection. Because the Rancor Pit is nothing like a building and ship, it is up to the designer to envision the shape of the play set. Therefore, 75005 does not accurately delineate every aspect of the rancor pit in the movies. Nevertheless, 75005 has a strong artistic appeal to due the diverse use of coloured bricks; it is clear that the scene is happening underground. What?s more, the strength in 75005?s design is the ability to converge with the Jabba?s Palace set, 9516; this greatly improves the playability of both sets. The ability to combine sets is the primary reason for the success of the modular series. While the clever design will greatly attribute to the 75005?s success, the figures are ultimately the reason why people will purchase the set. Out of the five figures here, Luke, Malakili, and the Rancor are exclusive; the Gamorrean guard is available in 1 expensive set so it is hard to obtain. By being the largest macrofigure, the Rancor has some of the smallest details worth recognizing. Furthermore, the moving jaw and fingers balances the drawback of sessile legs. The Rancor is by far the most functional macrofigure released and will likely retain this reputation throughout the future. Even in the future, 75005 will leave its mark in Lego history and the set will be highly sought after once discontinued. Nevertheless, customers will feel discouraged before they buy 75005 at an opportune time during its run. Because a 380-piece count is extremely low for sets in 75005?s price range, 75005 has a poor price-per-piece ratio. While 75005 has a deficiency in pieces, it has a proficiency in quality and size. Owing to a box size analogous to that of 9493, the larger pieces from 75005 account for an augmented set size. There is definitely a lot of value from 75005. Even though 75005 has many redeeming aspects, it is nonetheless plagued with drawbacks. One notable drawback is that the gate will be restricted when Jabba?s palace is placed above the pit. Another drawback is the lack of playability; the tight space and four pillars restricts the option of playing inside the pit. All in all, the design, figures, and value makes 75005 a better purchase than other sets in its price range..75005 is a unique set that is unlikely to be remade; this outcome alone makes 75005 a worthwhile purchase. Likewise to how a wampa is never seen outside the Hoth Wampa Cave set, the Rancor will likely never be seen outside the Rancor Pit set. 19 August 2014
Rancor Back with another review. So lets dive in. Starting with the minifigures, Luke has this really weird face. Gamorrean is excellent glad to get another one. Malakilli is cool because of his crying face and cool tool. Skeleton is basic but you can never have to many skeletons. Now to the Rancor. He is amazing and is for sure the best big figure out there. Now onto the set. The set has a hiding function. There is also dropping the gate on the rancor so now onto the final verdict. Overall I give this set an A+ 09 August 2014
EPIC SET!!!!!!! Awesome set but over priced by a lot ! PROS are the figs and the Rancor !!! The Rancor is just unbelievable Lego did an outstanding job on the mold !!and the Rancor master is cool to see in Lego !! The pit it's self is kind of small and cramped when u try to play with it and the price is to me $20 to much but not a bad set 22 June 2014
Oh, no! The Rancor! I would like to start this out by saying what an honor it is to buy and how glad I am they finally came out with a Rancor! After all this time, I did not hesitate for one minute. Bummer, I was walking out of the store when I realized how much money I'd just spent. Sixty dollars? LEGO, you guys have got to stay with the rising debt and economy in our falling country, I get it. This is a VERY new, exclusive, rare, fun set with a never-before-seen, highly coveted Star Wars creature in it. I get it! But you've got to get past all that! If you want to keep more customers, then please lower your prices, by just five-ten bucks each set since about 2012! It's not that bad. There's not a single person I know who doesn't agree with me! Anyway, sorry about that message and I hope I didn't just discourage anyone reading this, because this is a great set to get. THE PIT: The real reason why I'm disappointed in the price. I mean, all it is is a pit. It's got four columns going up to evenly connect with bricks on the new Jabba's Palace so you can recreate the whole scene. The biggest feature besides that is the working cage door, so you can unleash the Rancor and then crush him with the pull of a lever! Nothing much else to say about it, worth about twenty-five or thirty on it's own at the max. RANCOR: Awesome! This thing is twice as big as the Hulk or the Wampa and much cooler! He's brown, and has his own mold that gets him looking just right. He's a chain and cuff on one hand, and both hands have grasping fingers to hold minifigures, and his giant mouth can nearly fit a whole figure inside! Coolest thing since the T-Rex in Dino! He is the only reason anyone would pay sixty bucks for this, but I firmly believe that Amazon could sell it for fifteen bucks by itself, which doesn't really add up with the pit to equal that much bread. MINIFIGURES: -Luke Skywalker: We've all seen Mark Hamill in LEGO many times before, and he's no less greater this time. He's got his Episode VI black robes, a green lightsaber (I don't think I ever got to mention that I LOVE how LEGO switched the green in the blades a few years ago), a face with smiling or bared teeth, and sandy hair. Great Jedi, but if you want him only, get the Skiff. It's cheaper. -Gamorrean Guard: Exclusive to this set and the Palace so far. He has a great slide-on mold to have his armor and piglike head. He's armed with an ax and looks ready to go. Too bad he'll get eaten as soon as he falls through the trap door :P. -Maliki: Did I spell that name right? Anyway, my brothers and I always laughed at the movie when the fat, hairy owner came in to cry over the body of his monster pet, so it's an okay figure to have, even if he's virtually useless. He's got a fat belly printed on him, and a brown hood covering a serious or teared up face. He's armed with a clawed stick thingamajig. Funny guy. -Skeleton: Not sure why these were ever counted as minifigures save for the Ninjago stuff?? Just bones. OVERALL: This is a great set and I absolutely LOVE the Rancor. Please don't decide not to get it just because of the whole price ordeal. I've been holding that in a long time and this was the perfect example. If you've got the extra cash, go for it! To some, it may even be worth more than half a hundred, who knows? 09 June 2014
Star wars mad We bought Rancors Pit for my grandsons ( 9th birthday) we gave him a choice of Lego stars wars and he chose this to add to his collection of Lego star wars, They are expensive but worth the money and Lego is educational 05 June 2014
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