Best LEGO Star Wars Sets TechnoBuffalo 2020
Star Wars is beloved by fans the world over. LEGO is beloved by fans the world over. Combine the two, and you have nirvana, the perfect combination of pop culture and entertainment. Lucky for you there are several LEGO Star Wars sets out there just waiting to be built, from sets that are several hundred pieces to sets that can be made in under an hour. Here is our favourite LEGO Star Wars sets that you can check out.
- Smuggler's run: LEGO Millennium Falcon
- Oppress the Resistance: LEGO First Order Star Destroyer
- Ultimate super weapon: LEGO Death Star
- They're so cute: LEGO Ewok Village
- Who shot first?: LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina
- Use the Force: LEGO Ahch-To Jedi Training
- Hotshot pilot: LEGO Poe's X-Wing Fighter
- Imperial muscle: LEGO AT-ST Walker
- Hunting bounties: LEGO Boba Fett
- Empire's death machine: LEGO TIE Fighter
- Riding in style: LEGO Rey's Speeder
- Noooooooo!: LEGO Darth Vader Transformation
Diehard Star Wars fans need to have this LEGO Millennium Falcon in their collection. Comprised of 7,541 pieces, it's the ultimate replica of the franchise's most famous ship. It features removable hull panels, interchangeable sensor dishes, seating area in the main hull, and four classic minifigs, including Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and C-3PO.
This behemoth of a LEGO set is modelled after the First Order Star Destroyer and features Snoke's chamber, the bridge with seating for a crew, and a passageway leading to the control room. With five minifigs and over 1,400 pieces, this LEGO set will keep you building for hours.
No Star Wars collection is complete without a Death Star. This LEGO set, which features over 4,000 pieces, provides fans with an interior look at the infamous Imperial battle station, complete with 23 minifigs and critical locations so that you can recreate some of the franchise's most iconic scenes.
There's no party like an Ewok party. In this LEGO set, fans can re-live the village from Return of the Jedi with a tree-trunk hideout, secret Lightsaber stash, and traps galore. Don't be fooled by how cutesy the Ewoks look, because these hunter-gatherers are fearsome warriors, too.
Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy will tell you that Greedo shot first, but we all know the real truth. This Mos Eisley Cantina LEGO set replicates the famous location and features a bar, land speeder, Bith cantina band, and the Rodian bounty hunter Greedo. At 615 pieces, this is a part of Star Wars history modelled after one of the franchise's best scenes.
Every padawan goes through gruelling training. Luke Skywalker did it, and now Rey needs to do it, too. Train to become a Jedi in this Ahch-To Jedi Training set, which features 241 pieces, Rey and Luke Skywalker figures, and a hut that measures 4 inches high. Oh, the set also comes with an adorable porg figure, too.
Assemble Poe's X-Wing as the hotshot Resistance pilot takes to the skies in one of the cooler designs in recent memory. The orange and black design translates beautifully to the LEGO environment, complete with BB-8 and a minifig for Poe. At 717 pieces, this one is worth the challenge.
With poseable legs and opening cockpit, the AT-ST walker hails from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The 449 piece set includes an AT-ST driver, Baze Malbus, and a Rebel Trooper. It features a deceivingly intricate design that will challenge even the most experienced LEGO builders.
It's hard to believe that Boba Fett, one of the coolest characters in all of science fiction, barely factored into Star Wars at all. That being said, this Boba Fett building kit looks terrific and features the bounty hunter's iconic Mandalorian armour, complete with a spring-loaded shooter and flick missile.
You all know the TIE Fighter from the original and new trilogies. But the coolest TIE Fighter design showed up in Solo: A Star Wars Story. This 519 piece set assembles to reveal an Imperial TIE Fighter that features an Imperial pilot, Tobias Beckett, Mimban Stormtrooper, and young Han Solo.
Rey's speeder was her go-to vehicle on Jakku when she was collecting parts to get by. The 193-piece set features a storage hatch for spare parts, a detachable sled, and a Rey minifig with her cool Jakku outfit.
After being left for dead by Obi-Wan, Anakin Skywalker was transformed into Darth Vader. This medical bay is comprised of 282 pieces and includes some of the franchises most infamous characters, including Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, and a turning table with helmet applicator.
Use the Force to build these sets
What's cool about many of these sets is that they can easily be combined for expanded creative building, giving you the power to blend scenes and characters for the ultimate Star Wars experience. Out of the many sets highlighted here, there's no beating the Millennium Falcon set, because it offers a fantastic recreation of the franchise's coolest vehicle.
If you want a set that doesn't contain quite as many pieces, check out the LEGO Boba Fett. The stylish building set is only 144 pieces, and when completed, features a fantastic likeness of the famous bounty hunter. It'll make an excellent prop for a desk or bookshelf.
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