Exclusive sets for 2013

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Grogall has posted a list of three exclusive sets that'll be coming our way later in the year on Eurobricks:

10234 Sydney Opera House €279.99
10235 Winter Village Market €89.99
10236 Star Wars Ewok Village €249.99

It will be interesting to see how the Opera House turns out given the design of the building. The small scale Architecture one wasn't too successful, was it?

The Ewok Village must be pretty substantial for that price; lets hope it's not full of Endor models we've had before, such as speeders and AT-STs, but instead really is the village part.

101 comments on this article

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By in Sweden,

nice, so all rumoured sets are now confirmed

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By in Australia,

A market for the winter village? That sounds good, but gosh, I wish they'd do a restaurant or hotel or something. Even a train station would be nice, I mean, it hasn't been that long since the Holiday Train came out, has it? And what Christmas village *doesn't* have a train station?

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By in United Kingdom,

I would of preferred a Marvel exclusive like Stark/Avengers Tower or Asgard from Thor the Dark World, we also need a Winter Village Train Station (We love Lego trains but we already got the Horizon Express this year) I am happy with the Ewok Village set and Sydney Opera House. However my money is going to the Tower of Orthanc first.

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By in United Kingdom,

But everyone hates the Ewoks...

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By in United Kingdom,

^I love Ewoks. But won't be forking out £200 on it. Be interesting to see what they create to justify that price point!

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By in Europe,

I can't really see how they are going to make the ewok village as an exciting set. The scene is generally tall trees and a few huts scattered around. Lego have been known not to make Particularly good trees so it will be interesting to see the design for a crucial exclusive set like this.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yes but imagine TLG have come up with an innovative new way to build trees - new modular parts that will build realistic and varied trees. If that was the case, and this set was to launch/showcase the new tree system it would really appeal to MOCers. That said I expect the Ewok village will instead be a couple of brick built trees supporting walkways and huts. To adequately support it off the ground the brick built trees will have to be solid and contain a lot of bricks which may explain the price point.

Anyway - fingers crossed for new trees...

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By in Australia,

seems very expensive..cant imagine what the Opera house will cost in Australia!
But would like to see it anyhow

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By in Australia,

Probably 2x the normal inflated Lego prices, because, well it's *our* Opera House.

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By in Australia,

^ let's see if the set even appears in any Australian stores first. Exclusives here are hard enough to find as it is.

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By in United Kingdom,

The Sydney Opera House could be an excellent set, but I will await images before making any kind of move on that set.

I have collected all of the Winter Village sets so far, so I will almost certainly be purchasing the Market to go along with the rest. I like the idea of a market, although I would agree with other comments above that a restaurant or something like that would have been more welcome.

The Ewok Village though has been something which I have constantly been doubting as it seems to make for a completely illogical set. Tall trees are going to make up ninety percent of the build, and we will require at least two trees in order to get in details like rope bridges. The huts on the top will doubtless be excellent, but these trees need to be very well made and very tall in order to achieve the appearance of the village in the film. Despite the price point though, I still cannot see these trees being taller than perhaps two feet, which is quite simply not tall enough in my opinion. Nevertheless, I will almost certainly be buying this set too, and I look forward to seeing some images.

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By in United Kingdom,

Oh no! A pricey Ewok village that I'll just have to buy. I can't wait to see what it looks like (if they've even finished designing it yet), and I've needed something to check for daily since more sailbarge pics were released!

Gotta say though, I'm with the comments above, it'll be hard for Lego to make it tall enough and well connected enough without being unreasonably huge, and Lego brick built trees haven't been all that great so far. The figures are likely to be all rehashes of figures we've had already in the Endor Bunker (8038) and the mini Ewok tree set. And playability-wise, there weren't many scenes in it, certainly nothing that suits an action set.
And I'd actually quite like to see another AT-ST, the 8038 version was excellent and you only got one per bunker so another can't hurt. Speeder bikes are common as muck already though, especially with the silly white Hoth versions, they're bound to give us another 2 with maybe 2 different pieces... yawn!

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By in United States,

In the 80s there was an Ewok village for the action figures. It included three trees and a landing between them making a sort of treehouse type thing. I believe that the molds were used again in the 90s to make Robin's Sherwood Forest hideaway for the Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves movie. They were decent, and if the LEGO design could build off of them, I think that the Ewok Village could be successful with collectors.

I can't wait to see what the Winter Market includes for that price. With the size of the village, I really don't think we need more than two or three (at most) stalls especially if they are interestingly designed to fit with the rest of the theme. The stall from the Medieval Market Village will not do! But at the same time, we have the tree selling stall from the Bakery kit that I don't want to look under designed next to the new stalls. I'm excited about the set, but really wonder what it will include.

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By in United Kingdom,

Has anyone else spotted though (on the Ewok village again), the set number is in the UCS section, not the 75- numbers of the standard SW sets. Is that just because it's exclusive, or does it suggest more of a technical sculpture type build? If it is UCS there's no guarantee it'll be minifigure scale, and with the price it'll probably be huge.

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By in United Kingdom,

I have to say, if the Opera House isn't available for our friends down under, never mind costing the usual inflated rate as with most sets, then LEGO need to take a long hard look at themselves...

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By in United Kingdom,

^^ All 3 numbers are like that - it's because they're exclusive sets...

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By in United States,

I bet the Ewok trees will be huge and hollow, and will open dollhouse style (at least one of them). They will be on noted and I suspect a series of rope bridges, ladders, and pulleys, as well as. Lot of functional traps (logs swinging down nd crashing together, etc.).

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By in United Kingdom,

Ewok Village might make a good Elf Village. Just swap the minifigs.

A new tree system would indeed make this set interesting, maybe even worth getting.

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By in Australia,

^My thoughts exactly - a possible stand in for Lothlorien?

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By in United States,

As much as I love the idea of the Ewok village, I will pass because of the price and the fact that my money is going to the Revenge of the Sith sets next year.

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By in United Kingdom,

Really Excited for Ewok Village, it'd have to be really poor for me not to buy it.

In danger of repeating myself:
I suspect we will get two trees that are connected by rope bridge. Underneath the bridge, closer to the ground, is the AT-ST log trap.
Then in the actual village, probably get C3PO on the throne, the hog roast for Han etc and then the drums in the celebration.

I just hope they do justice to the trees.

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By in Europe,

Maybe the ewok village set will contain ghost minifigures, based upon jerk 14s translucent arm. That way it will have a massive appeal to mini figure collectors.

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By in China,

When and where can we get these exclusive sets? Really excited about the Ewok Village, but the price is little bit too high... hope the design won't let us down....

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By in United Kingdom,

A Ewok Village would sound like nice idea, but at that price no way. I'd rather build one from scratch with my Lego pieces!

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By in Germany,

^^^^ IF there are RotS sets next year. TLC knows since some time the movies were pulled and I believe they might overthink RotS sets. Having said that, everything sells these days with LSW on it. People are freaking out about it in the moment. (Sometimes I think this is the peak, like with everything else, once it reached the complete domination and saturation, there is only one way - down. But this is another story.) I for one would highly welcome Episode 3 clones and a better Juggernaut.

About the Ewok Village, and closing the circle with my thoughts above, it's crazy what you can sell these days for 250€ with a LSW tag on it. The Ewoks were the Gungans of the OT! The Endor playset 8038 sold so well due to its value, the AT-ST and the bunker, not for the Ewoks. The small set years later with 2 exclusive Ewoks didn't sell too well. And now a 250€ set? And it will sell, no worries. The market demand is crazy. Just look at the everyday Ebay insanities. Crazy.

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By in United Kingdom,

Gandalf the brick, translucent ghost figures, I think you're on to something.
And I hope you're right, except then I really will want it. I'm still gutted to not have the Dengar and IG-88 from the Super Star Destroyer! In time perhaps...

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By in United States,

WHOO Ewok Village!!!!! Would rather have a Death Star though............

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By in United States,

I'm super excited.

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By in United States,

WVM will be 90 pound? So whats that in dollars maybe 129.99? I suspect for a set of this size we may see some rememberance of the MMV ? A couple buildings, an outpost or two and lots of playability with mini figures, a dog or two, some snowmen and women and who knows what other 'space fillers" that LEGO loves so much. But I too will join in and buy this as I have all the previous sets of this theme, sub-theme or whatever you want to call the Xmas addicition. :)

As for the Ewok village, boy, what a price point! But being an exclusive I have to imagine that this will be top notch, only can imagine what we will get. I have dabbled with this theme somewhat but am scared to fall all the way in. We will see...

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By in United States,

Apearnetly the Ewok village will be $323.29 US dollars. Looks like just another set that i want but won't be able to get :,(

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By in United States,

Even though I won't be buying it I'm really excited to see what Ewok Village looks like. Winter Village Market sounds intriguing, maybe I'll finally pick-up a winter exclusive…

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By in United Kingdom,

Will hold judgement till we see some pics I think

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By in United States,

Why do the licensed exclusives grow more expensive? Arkham was $160, Orthanc is $200, and the Ewok Village will be around $300! I hope the Village is good, because the price will be a big buyers' deterrent. Earlier I heard that the Village would be around $200, but $300+ is ridicuous! The Star Wars sets need to cut their prices!

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By in United States,

Geez, anyone else notice that the winter sets keep getting more expensive every year? I'm sure this new one will be nice but these might hit modular prices in a couple of years.

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By in United Kingdom,

I would hazard a guess that one of these three sets will be the set which Marcos Bessa mentioned in his Flickr photostream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcosbessa/8479314328/. I initially thought he would be referring to the Tower of Orthanc for sure, but now that we have seen the designers for that and he was not among them , surely one of these must be the set he referred to.

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By in Canada,

Wow, can't wait to see these; looks like LEGO kept the really expensive stuff for the second half of 2013. Translating these into dollars (using an analog price model, not a currency converter), we can expect:

Sydney Opera House: $309.99 USD/$379.99 CAD
Ewok Village: $239.99 USD/$299.99 CAD

How magnificent must these sets be to command such prices?! :D

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By in Portugal,

Can't wait for Ewok Village. For €249 I'll get all the flick fire missiles in trees I've ever wanted -.-'

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By in United States,

By the way, the transparent plastic is generally weaker than ABS. So I'm thinking the Force ghosts would be stickers on trans-light blue bricks. Whole minifigs won't be made transparent.

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By in Germany,

These are the times that make me happy about not collecting Star Wars anymore.
Well, Orthanc will be one for me, but I'm happy I can skip the Ewok village for that price!
I will definetly continue the Winter lineup. I wonder how it will turn out to be.

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By in United States,

I can't wait to see photos of these sets. I love the Winter Village theme, I have them all, and set them up under my Christmas tree. A market will be a nice addition to the theme. I was hoping for a train station to go with my Emerald Knight that I use as my holiday train. A B&B/hotel would be cool to, so lets just hope the theme continues for several more years.

The Ewok village could be a really great set but it seem so expensive. I'm guessing that TLG will use the "Forest Maiden" hair from the Minifigures series 9 for Ewok Celebration Princess Leia.

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By in United States,

WOOHOO! Finally an Ewok Village. And for that price I'm hoping for an awesome set with fantastic new minifigures.

I can't wait to see what this set looks like.

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By in Germany,

Will buy Ew!-wok village, will evict fury monstrosities, will make happy elf village.

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By in Canada,

I wanted a giant ski lodge to be next winter themed set... hopefully Friends will have a winter line around the end of 2013 and we can get something related to skiing!

I really have no comment on the Ewok Village. It sounds like it'll be a playset, but if it's listed price hold true, I might not be a buyer even if it's good. Some sets are just too rich for my blood.

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By in United Kingdom,

The only problem with the winter sets is that if you didn't get the earlier sets, then getting the later sets seems a little pointless. And to make matters worse, they sets are very hard to get hold of on ebay.
:(

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By in United States,

@indyracer999 in years past the older "Winter Village" sets have been in the LEGO stores along with the new set. Since we're 4 sets in the first, Toy Shop, may not be available any longer. I would check with a LEGO store before paying the crazy eBay prices. I'm sure they are high, but not as high as the Holiday Train, that things goes for insane prices.

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By in Canada,

Can't wait to see the pictures of these sets!
The Winter Village add-on is a sure buy, even if the prices seems to get higher and higher each years... I'll prolly wait for 2x points and free shipping before stacking on the re-release/new castle line and the Winter Village Market. Hope it comes with hot wine!

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By in United States,

Whew, where on this earth does Grogall even find all this information? :P Cool it is, nonetheless.

The Winter Village Market sounds like it'll make a great addition, even at the higher price. I'm rather interested to see what they'll include. Maybe a Christmas tree sales lot, a building or two? I don't quite get how they're going to pull off a full "market," or even what will be in said market...

@Mickitat: Now THERE is a good idea. :P Your very own series of flets... Eh, I'd probably keep the Ewoks with it, though. Sure, they're a bit weird and obnoxious, but I've never really understood the hate toward 'em. Still, though, I sincerely doubt that I'll have anywhere near the cash necessary to actually purchase it, and furthermore I'm sure I don't have space for it.

Well, I'll certainly be keeping an eye out for any news related to these, as they all sound quite cool.

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By in United States,

The price point for the Sydney Opera House must mean this set is going to be similar in size as the Taj Mahal?

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By in France,

The prices!!
Oo
I hope sets that contains 3000/4000 parts.

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By in Canada,

The ewok village sounds cool, but a UCS sandcrawler would be better IMO :)

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By in United States,

I, personally, loved the Architecture Sydney Opera House (I don't actually own the set, though), and I hope the larger-scale one will be great as well!

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By in United Kingdom,

Not sure why people are thinking WVM is higher priced, it'll likely be priced lower than last year's Winter Village Cottage. I'm expecting that to be the only older Winter set available this year.

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By in United States,

At that price point I wonder if it will have a number of scenes from the movie like the current Death Star model does? Blowing up the shield generator, Chewbacca in the AT-ST, death of Vader, etc. For that price I expect a lot of figures.

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By in United Kingdom,

Given Jabba's Palace was retailing at £119.99 and only has about 700 bricks, I doubt the Ewok Village will be as impressive as most think.....it may have a 'forrest maiden' Leia but it'll no doubt have blocky trees and 6 of the same Ewok figure in different colours....can't wait!

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By in United Kingdom,

Ewok Village £246.00 = ~ 1230 Star Wars bricks.
Assuming about 10-16 figures in the set.
I'm not sure I'll be getting this one, unless there are a few special new Pine Leaf or Tree part in the set.

Winter Village Market = sign me up for at least 2 of those.

Sydney Opera house. No thanks.

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By in United States,

I want to see how the Ewok Billage is going to look.

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By in Netherlands,

.....and I keep waiting for 'The Flying Dutchman". My POTC theme won't be complete without it. Maybe next year...?

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By in United States,

PotC is discontinued and TLG doesn't make sets for discontinued themes. . .

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By in Iceland,

I fear mr_skinny is right, as much as most as hope to get a minifig sized ewok village, it may just be a slight down size, micro scale village? The other alterative is that there will probably only be 1-3 trees :/

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By in United States,

I'm imagining (and hoping) the Ewok village will be similar to the Kenner one.

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By in Canada,

Sydney Opera House will probably just use many inexpensive, ordinary bricks, meaning a piece count of 4000+ is reasonable. Considering the high tax of Star Wars, and the likelihood that it will be full of minifigs, Ewok Village probably won't exceed more than 1800 pieces.

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By in United States,

^ It sure looks like it could be a fan creation. Leia actually has the forest maiden hair, a real set she would have that mold in brown. Not to mention this set would not be worth the price.

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By in United Kingdom,

I'm really sad about the winter village sets. They started off as being fairly reasonable and affordable and soon escalated into something very pricey which is particularly unaffordable, especially for the time of year. I was unable to buy last year's set and felt that it didn't really fit in with the design of the others anyway. I was hoping last year's price and size was a one off and things would go back to normal but i was wrong. Another example of lego ruining something nice thanks to unreasonable pricing and ultimately, greed.

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By in United Kingdom,

^^That Ewok village is a 'fan creation'. They have said it's a MOC on their Flickr page.

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By in Netherlands,

@WasabiSnortingWalruses

I don't think so! That set is no way near worth 250 dollars and except for Leia (but her haircolour is way off), all the minifigs (even the Ewoks) are rehashes.

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By in United Kingdom,

@WasabiSnortingWalruses - I was just about to weigh in and say the hair colour might just be what TLG have done with prototypes before, and it looks TLG style and certainly fits given the price (i.e. not worth it!), but a little digging confirms it's not.
As @jimred has said, mexxbear has said it's an MOC in the comments on the original photo. And as another commented pointed out there are clues - R2 has a middle leg, and the middle tree base looks suspiciously like the Ewok tree from the other year.

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By in United Kingdom,

Aha, he first posted photos of it in September last year - very sneaky putting new ones up now... :P

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By in United Kingdom,

I've got most of the vintage Kenner Star Wars toys and avoided the Ewok Village from the early '80s as it looks terrible! - I hope Lego don't use it as a blueprint for their Ewok Village...three stumpy trees with a platform and log fire - Euuuurrrghhhhhhh!

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By in United Kingdom,

@WasabiSnortingWalruses - There are numerous indications that it is a MOC:

Firstly, Leia's hair is from the Forest Maiden, whereas in the set itself the hair will be the same mould but most likely in brown.

Also, several sections of the model are taken directly from other sets in the Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean line.

The rope bridge piece is currently out of production I believe and I would anticipate a brick built bridge in the actual set.

That model seems far too small for a set at this price point.

We are almost certain to get some new Ewok Minifigures, but the figures in that model have all been released before.

Lastly, Luke's head piece is the old version without white pupils in the eyes.

Basically, this could be an early prototype, but if the actual set ended up looking anything like that it would be very disappointing as it would be nowhere near worth the price. I would be amazed if we did not get an AT-ST in the set too as Lego seem to love placing those in every Endor set they can.

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By in United Kingdom,

Really liking the sound of the Ewok village, I hope the final model will be good. The other two sound ok as well I guess.

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By in United States,

will the ewok styles be the same as in the 2 most recent ewok sets? Does Anybody Know why I Can't add 10236 to a bricklists?I have tried to but it won't work.

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By in United States,

Someone who buys the Ewok Village who hates Ewoks should sell them to me. Surprisingly, I will be buying the Ewok Village for the minifigs.

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By in United States,

@CapnRex101: Also, just behind Leia, one can see the Ewok "Attack Tree" from a couple years ago. It looks like the builders just stripped the tree down a bit and incorporated it into the MOC...

At any rate, though, it looks nice enough, build-wise. :P Still, certainly too small for what will probably be a $300 dollar set.

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By in United Kingdom,

Can't wait for pics of the Ewok village.

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By in United States,

***crickets churping as we wait for the release***

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By in New Zealand,

That set, on first look, looks kind of ok, but on further study actually looks pretty amateurish. Lego wouldn't release something as ugly looking as that, or something with no enemy figures in it and such few play details - i.e. no ways to trap imperial troops etc

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By in United States,

I love ewoks. I'll be saving up to get the set, but it has to be good. I hate let downs.

As to the Winter Market, that will be fun. Another I'll try to get, I've been hit and miss on my ability to pick up the Winter Village sets so there's some I don't have, but I'm hoping to stay on top of the newer releases.

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By in United States,

The Winter Village Market sounds good, but I agree that a Winter Train Station is sorely needed to go with the Emerald Night Train. (Winter Village set tip - If you are near a Lego Store, wait until after Christmas and pick one up on clearance. My store had piles of Winter Village Cottage that they discounted and discounted until they were $55.)

Since I just finished Tower Bridge, Sydney Opera House sounds like a great build. At about .06 a piece 10214 ended up giving me a fine selection of pieces in a good color scheme for MOCs without breaking up the set. Went down the road of taking pieces from different sets to do a MOC then taking forever to get the pieces back in sets to rebuild the originals. Frustrating.

Hope the Sydney Opera House uses some nice finish white parts for all those curved structures. Can always use curve parts.

Ewok village might be translatable to a LOTR forest and the Ewoks work as "wild men of the hills." Will have to see and evaluate the always inflated SW theme price.

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By in United Kingdom,

Looking forward to the opera house the piece count must be through the roof at that price point. If it s as good as tower bridge I will at the lego store the second it is released. Here's hoping.

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By in Norway,

I`m so thrilled about these news! Really looking forward to see the pics and get hold of them all. WV _market_? If you arrange the sets that already out you`ll get a market? I did :)
Agree with others, hope TLG will launch a WV TranStation in near future.

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By in United States,

The Ewok Village sounds like it could be a great set, but it also could be dissapointing. If it is a decent size and has alot of exclusive figures in it then I will definately be buying it. However, if it is to small for the price and has a bunch of remake minifigures then I will have to pass. In other words, "It better be good, Lego"!

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By in United States,

@antsbull: the set to which you are referring is a MOC created last year. So far there are no pictures of the Ewok Village yet released.

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By in United Kingdom,

I spoke to a Lego shop employee the other day. He said the ewok village will replace the Death Star so I would imagine if this is the case then the set will be pitched at that level, I.e large and lots of minifigures. He also said in their catalogue for future releases there will be another large SW sets coming out - he guessed something like a large land speeder.

He said that a large SW sandcrawler will be released soon. Exciting stuff. I'm going to be bankrupt with all of the SW and LoR sets coming out. Not to mention the winter village and the modulars!!!! Argh

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By in United States,

A large SW Sandcrawler??? Maybe a version of the one from Cuusoo? If you are right, then I will be in the same boat as you, Msanders: empty bank account but a lot of SW LEGOs. LOL

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By in Canada,

Architecture Opera House = Great Pit of Carkoon. Funny that there wasn't a Boba Fett fig included, eh? The exclusive should be better.

I hope the Ewok Village will be good - I have all the other recent Endor sets.

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By in United States,

The sets probably will be great, but it's hard to comply with those prices. There are far too many LEGO sets coming out in general, let alone great models. Plus on top of that the added expense to these big sets.

Hard to come up with the funds for everything. I guess time to start cutting out other themes and only buy exclusives.

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By in United States,

How can anyone say anything about prices, till we see the models first. If the Ewok Village is 1000 pieces and 12 figures, it's over priced. If it is 2600 pieces and 18 figures, it is priced good. People will complain about anything, for any reason!! Save it till we see pics, first. Prices alone don't tell us anything.

As for the Ewok Village it self, I hope it is in the same style as the old Kenner one. I made one like that in LDD and posted it too CUUSOO a year ago, before the rumors surfaced about an Ewok Village coming soon.

http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/21668

Jamie

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By in United States,

@jamie75

people like me are saying what the prices should be like because you can change the currentciy on Google.

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By in Canada,

Interesting choice of sets I can't wait to see full size pictures!

I found this picture on the Lego Reddit. Might this be a preview of the Endor Village?

http://i.imgur.com/mvWZTWg.png

I think it looks pretty decent.

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By in Germany,

@omgbrick:
This one is way too big. The trees will be a lot smaller I guess. No way this is a preview of the coming Ewok Village...

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By in United Kingdom,

@Msanders - nice rumours! I'm a bit gutted though, I was quite happy with only having one OT set to save for this summer!

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By in United States,

omgbrick - I think that is how it SHOULD look, but as a set I don't see LEGO doing that, only because of the high piece count for the trees. But it'd be awesome to see something like that. I'm sure the trees will be shorter and maybe a few more of them to give the perception of a larger forest.

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By in Australia,

hmm wonder if its true? will know soon i guess.
omgbrick thats an older moc thats been floating around a while

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By in Indonesia,

Quoted from the Brickblogger, concerning the Ewok village:

"15 minifigures in all; 5 Ewoks, 2 clones, 2 rebels, R2-D2, C-3PO, Chewy, Luke, Han, and Leia – and yes, she has the Forest Maiden hair, but in dark brown. Luke, Han and Leia all have new outfits. There are 4 trees; 3 interconnected with a platform half-way up the tree, and the 4th connected with a bridge. I really-really like this set. It captures the Ewok Village feel well, even though the trees are not super tall. This set would also work great for Forestmen and Elves. It just has an awesome foresty feel to it. :)"

I find it believable.

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By in Europe,

The week village looks great, but costs more than orthanc and has less pieces? Probably because of the high minifigure count. Looks great but I don't think I will be buying it,

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