A front view, the box is pretty big, just slightly less thicker than the bridge and about as wide as the front of the transporter box. In addition to the picture dead centre, bottom right is the collector number, and on the far left, information about what you get.
A back view. No strange images back here like on Jake-O and Vedek Bareil, so I'm improvising. Various images of the whole set up are present, most of the Generations line in the bottom, lots of the various features are present and explained, and a "bio", information on Engineering. Of note is the fact they used a TNG Geordi with a DS9 tool for a Generations toy. Perhaps this was destined for the design dump until it was salvaged and used due to Engineering's importance in Generations?
The "bio". A "fully functional Engineering Playset" that has a warp core that "really PULSATES and surges with power"? Obviously a Star Trek with a dirty mind was involved in the design of this (or I've got an over active imagination)
Engineering playset, devalued by £25! A brown cardboard container, with a small plastic slip that contains instructions, stickers, some unexpected blueprints of the articulation frame, and a Generations poster.
Laser bypass probe, stool, and mini Dilithium. The laser bypass probe is essentially the same tool that has come with many a figure, a number of Geordi's, Barclay, a Data or two, Relics Scotty, a few Voyager folk I believe, and a few others. The only difference, as demonstrated in a minute, is the tip is slightly smaller and refined than the others. The stool is unique to this playset, though the Traveler came with an earlier TNG version that is completely different in design. Though I'm sure this stool turns up in Generations, I know it was frequently used in Voyager, particularly Sickbay. The dilithium (or as I call it, the abstract hand), finally, is a lot smaller than the giveaway stuff that came in what felt like every TNG figure. Everything you see above is pretty much essential to the playset, that is, if you play with it, or display it.
Geordi's office. The table is extremely accurate, take a look at this screencap: http://tng.trekcore....ound_hd_239.jpg
The two buttons and the hole come into use later with the electronics, so I'll leave that at the moment. The stickers are stunning, every sticker where there should be writing, there is, even the tiny, tiny stickers that are a pain in the rear to align right. All the colours are correct, and the detail, just like the Vorgon, is seeping from every sticker.
Talking of stickers....
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