"On it's own, the Throne Room isn't great value at £65. There are some neat features, like the curving columns and the detail on Snoke's throne, as well as the moving floor that lets you pull Rey towards Snoke. But it's also very expensive considering the amount of pieces, and there are all sorts of little niggles, like you can't fit both Rey and Kylo in the lift, a gap opens up when you pull the floor forward, and there are only two Elite Praetorian Guards, when in the film there were eight.
But. BUT. I picked up both the Throne Room and two Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Packs in the sale for a total of £65, and when combined together, they make this set great. I used the pieces from the Battle Packs to extend the floor of the throne room and add spinning discs so the guards can fight with Rey and Kylo (see pic), and I also added weapon racks to the sides. With a bit of tinkering like this, the set is brilliant fun - and my son loves flipping the guards into the air using the little flip switch that's included near to the throne.
So on its own I probably wouldn't recommend the Throne Room, but if you can take the time to work out how to combine it with the Battle Packs - and you can buy them all at a discounted price - then it's definitely a great set to add to your collection."
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Snoke's Throne Room combined with two Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Packs