Brute Chieftain Charge
Establish your army, build and expand your units with the Halo Brute Chieftain Charge by Mega Bloks! Wielding a mighty Gravity Hammer, the Brute Chieftain fearlessly leads the Covenant into battle on a modified Brute Chopper. With twin pairs of 35mm Autocannons, huge front driving Wheel and ramming Targe, the Chopper is a dangerous assault vehicle.
Ideal for children ages 8 and up!
- Buildable custom Brute Chopper
- Covenant Brute Chieftain
- Covenant weapon: Gravity hammer
$11.99 USD (MSRP)
- Building instructionspdf
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Time to Play reviewed this toy. Check out the video on timetoplaymag.com.
Great set the chief is worth getting it for really great figure
This set comes with two good weapons and a mini figure but I'm not a big fan of the chopper
very good little set, don't have any complaints.
This set, despite it's simple nature, is great. The Chopper is a quick and fun build, but for me, the Brute takes the cake. The Chieftain looks awesome and the Gravity Hammer is such a nice part of this set. I definitely recommend this set to anyone looking to either get into the Halo series or just as an addition to your collection. The only weird thing about the set is the two wheels feel weirdly independent and don't roll in unison. However, this is a small grip in comparison to all the features this set has going for it.
The Gravity Hammer makes its debut in the Mega Bloks Halo line as any Brute materiel ought: fast, hard, and adorned with pointy bits. (OK, maybe not that last one - it still manages to conform to ASTM toy standards.) The Brute Chopper remains a welcome light vehicle addition to a collector's Brute armory (or general Covenant armory - Ghost smallpack re-release when, Mega?), and is now capped off with the quite imposing Brute Chieftain. The Chopper wheel rolls surprisingly fluidly despite an indirectly-connected two-piece construction, and the autocannons are a novel use of pieces aligned askew.
A great set all on its own, or even if you've just needed three or four of that last missing piece of your Grifball diorama.
great to finally have a Brute Chieftain in the series!
Beaucoup plus beau que les brute mineur