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Mega Bloks 96824U Halo Consejo de Seguridad Dropship Pelican
- Dropship militar edificable VTOL con aproximadamente 920 piezas
- Cuatro propulsores rotatorios para la acción VTOL y real puerta del compartimento trasero de trabajo
- Cabina delantera de trabajo real con espacio para 2 mini-higos
- 2 pilotos UNSC Pelican con pistolas M6D
- Bahía Tropa tiene capacidad para 4 mini-higos
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As with all the megablok Halo sets, it's done very well and looks great. I used to dislike the way things were packaged, unlike Lego kits that have bags numbered and used for specific parts of the build... But I found that ultimately I like the lack of organization since now I've showed my 9 year old how to get all the bags open and start sorting out all the parts into piles so everything is organized and easy to find. I think that, for me, is now a bonus since he's getting really good at sorting things, analyzing different parts that have something in common (such as angled pieces of different sizes and shapes going in separate piles but all together so when he needs some angled piece, he knows what part of the floor to look for) and planning how to space them out so the ones he has to get the most often are within arms reach. That to me was like a lightbulb going off, since I was able to turn the negative into a great teaching tool. Especially with the large sets like the Elephant (almost 1300 pieces to sort and organize) and the new Forward Unto Dawn we have (that is almost 2900 pieces).
For a 9 year old, having the colored dots showing exactly where each piece fits is great. It helps for the larger sets since it makes it easy to get each section done. He starts out intimidated by the sheer number of pieces, but as he starts he just focuses on a step at a time and has learned that large things are comprised of smaller things, and that if you take big things in small sections, it's not so overwhelming. Always an important lesson for kids to learn.
No missing pieces in our set - but they have a great automated system online where you don't even have to talk to anyone to get the piece shipped out, so it couldn't be any easier to get any missing pieces. Everything fit fine - which is something I've had issue with Mega Bloks a few times, where the raised bumps weren't quite formed right and I had to pull out a knife and trim a bit for a piece to snap right.
All in all was a steal considering what the prices and availability were by the end of 2012, and we're very happy with this kit. It looks awesome, and he really enjoys flying his guys around to different "battle locations" in our house.
This was a challenging kit to build. The colors are all the same (camouflage), so you really have to know what shape piece you need. The first step was to sort everything; this took quite a long time. But it was worth it when the time came to build the kit because it was easier to pick out the correct pieces. (A side note: I didn't notice the ages on this kit, but I would guess that it's at least 10+ just based on the level of difficulty.) My son-in-law says that Lego kits are a bit more precise in their construction - every Lego piece is exactly cut - but he's impressed with the overall durability of the Mega Blocks construction. That is, once built, this kit seems less likely to come apart than many Lego sets my grandson has. He's been playing with it a lot, and his father has yet to rebuild any part of it. (This is a pretty good recommendation since my grandson can demolish his toys pretty easily.)
Based on my son-in-law's comments, I think the kit may be short on educational value for a young kid, but my grandson is certainly having fun playing with it. Hence, my 4-star overall rating.