Posted by Jeremy on November 23, 2018 at 12:22 AM CST
Though these leaked images have been circulating for a couple of days, Recognised LEGO Fan Media (RLFM) sites were asked not to share them until they had been officially released. In a rare move by LEGO standard operating procedure concerning leaks was waived and the green light was given to share what is probably the best paring of battlepacks that LEGO has ever created.

75225 Elite Praetorian Guard - $14.99


This 109-piece LEGO Star Wars building toy features a training platform with 2 spinning turntables, plus a weapon rack and includes four LEGO Star Wars minifigures: 3 Elite Praetorian Guards and a First Order Stormtrooper, plus a training droid LEGO figure, with vibro-axe, electro-staff, twin vibro blades and a stud blaster for the Stormtrooper.

Also includes
Spin the turntables and engage in exciting combat training!
Two of the guards also feature a new-for-January-2019 helmet.
Train for amazing action scenes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi!
Training platform measures over 4 (11cm) wide and 2 (7cm) deep.

75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack - $14.99


This 118-piece set is comprised of the quartet of Imperial counter-intelligence commando unit that stem from the Battlefront II: Inferno Squad novel and Battlefront II video game in 2017. It includes four LEGO Star Wars minifigures: Iden Versio and three Inferno Squad Agents armed with two stud blasters, a stud blaster rifle and a stud rocket launcher.

With the TIE fighter inspired speeder - which measures over 1 (4cm) high, 4 (11cm) long and 3 (9cm) wide - you can play out exciting scenes as you help the Imperial troopers track down the Rebels.


These will be available from the full range of online and offline retailers from early January.
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