I wasn’t expecting much from today’s polybag, 30006 Clone Walker, but it’s actually kinda neat.

Previous polybags of a trooper + vehicle have not fared well. And just by looking at the picture on the bag, I thought I’d be in for more of the same. But it’s actually a pretty nice little walker.

Two legs, a seat, and a crotch gun is all you really need.

The crotch gun rotates on one axis. It cleverly uses a signal paddle to mount onto the spacer under a 1×4 plate to center the gun.

And thanks to the clips and bar handles, the feet and hip joins are pretty stiff, stiff enough to allow a couple of varied poses. Honestly, not bad for a cheap polybag.

The one thing I don’t like is that the clone trooper is from the Clone Wars cartoon era. I assembled this thing without really paying attention to the head. When I pulled the helmet off, I had a very Triumph the Insult Comic Dog moment. Cracks me up every time but yeah, those Clone Wars cartoon era minifigs are such an eyesore.

Does It Suck or Does It Rock?


This set rocks! I went in with low expectations so that might have helped. But in the end, it’s a nice little set. I can imagine a person hoarding tons of these and actually seeing these on a battle field MOC.


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