What's missing? Revenge of the Sith

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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith concludes the Prequel Trilogy by documenting the final days of the Clone Wars and the rise of the Empire. This linchpin of the entire Star Wars saga contains a huge amount of material with the potential to become LEGO sets and it is therefore unsurprising that more sets have been released based on Revenge of the Sith than on any other film!

However, there are still plenty of possible models which are absent from this extensive roster and I aim to uncover them in this article before pitching descriptions of the three sets which I think would best complete the Revenge of the Sith range and the Prequel Trilogy.

We are immediately dropped into the action as Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi navigate the chaotic Battle of Coruscant in a pair of Eta-2 Actis-class interceptors, on their way to rescue the captive Chancellor Palpatine. These Jedi starfighters have been recreated in LEGO on numerous occasions along with many of the other small fighters which take part in the battle, most recently with 75135 Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor.

However, many of the other vessels which participate are still absent, most notable of which is General Grievous' flagship, the Invisible Hand. This Providence-class Destroyer is pivotal to the battle but its enormous size and the many rooms which we see inside might make it a difficult set to design, even at a high price point. Nevertheless, there would be enormous potential to pack such a model with play features including ray shields, pop-up flames in the hangar bay and perhaps even a function which would replicate the moment the ship breaks in two as it enters the Coruscanti atmosphere.

I also think a large scale model of a Venator-class Star Destroyer, preferably Guarlara given its prominence in the film, would be interesting. With a size akin to 10030 Star Destroyer it would be possible to include removable hull panels to reveal the tiny details inside or you could construct some environments for minifigures a bit like the bridge hidden within 10221 Super Star Destroyer. 8039 Venator-class Republic Attack Cruiser was an excellent set in my opinion and the popularity of the vessel warrants a UCS model in my opinion, although others may disagree based on the relatively poor sales of 10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor, the last UCS model based on the Prequel Trilogy.

Following a crash landing on Coruscant Anakin is reunited with Padmé Amidala after several months of fighting in the Outer Rim Sieges far from the Galactic capital. Padmé reveals that she is pregnant and Anakin later experiences a prophetic dream which purports to show the imminent death of his wife. Meanwhile, General Grievous retreats to Utapau and seeks assurances from Darth Sidious, who confirms that the war will soon be over. This section of the movie is not at all conducive to LEGO sets as there is very little action, although several scenes take place in the Jedi Temple which will be discussed at length later. The most notable of these concerns Anakin's admission to the Jedi Council, although he is not granted the rank of Jedi Master as is traditional.

The scene in which Palpatine discusses the nature of the Jedi and the Sith with Anakin is widely considered one of the best in the entire Prequel Trilogy. Nevertheless, an official set is not necessary as the required minifigures already exist and there would be little potential for play given the static source material.

The Republic is finally gaining the upper hand in the war and to ensure continued success Yoda is dispatched to defend the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk. The Battle of Kashyyyk has been represented fairly comprehensively in fifteen sets but I would welcome an updated model of the Wookiee Ornithopter or the Oevvaor jet catamaran as it is over ten years since the last model of each one was released.

The Battle of Utapau, on the other hand, has only been seen in four sets. This is arguably the more important of the two as it eventually results in the death of General Grievous, an event which sets Darth Sidious' ascension to absolute power in motion. I have wanted a Commander Cody minifigure based on his appearance in Revenge of the Sith ever since the movie was released and I think a small set containing Commander Cody and a 212th Attack Battalion Clone Trooper alongside a Crab Droid and a pair of Battle Droids would be very appealing as a result.

The lightsaber duel between General Grievous and Obi-Wan Kenobi has already appeared in two sets but I would appreciate an updated Boga so would not be adverse to a third at some point in the future. Perhaps a medium-sized Utapau set containing Boga, General Grievous' Wheel Bike, a Crab Droid and a selection of minifigures would be the most effective way to represent these important scenes. A new IG-100 MagnaGuard is also an exciting prospect and this might be a perfect opportunity to include one.

Anakin reports to Chancellor Palpatine with the news that Obi-Wan has engaged General Grievous, expecting the General's death to conclude the war. However, Palpatine reveals his true identity as the Sith Lord who has been in control of the Separatists and begs Anakin to join him, reminding him that only he can provide the secret required to save Padmé's life.

Anakin initially remains loyal to the Jedi and returns to the temple to inform Mace Windu of this discovery. Windu leaves to confront Palpatine with a small group of Jedi while Anakin ponders his future in the Jedi Council Chamber. The duel between Palpatine and the four Jedi was represented in 2012 by 9526 Palpatine's Arrest and this set also provides a backdrop for many of the events of the Prequel Trilogy which take place in the Chancellor's office.

Palpatine is defeated and Windu threatens to execute him. However, before he can do so Anakin arrives and disarms him, allowing the now-deformed Palpatine to hurl the Jedi out of a window with a blast of Force Lightning. Reeling at this, Anakin pledges himself to the Dark Side and is dubbed Darth Vader. I would not be surprised to see a small set costing around £19.99 or $24.99 based on this scene appear in future but 9526 Palpatine's Arrest certainly recreated the action adequately in my opinion.

The subsequent enaction of Order 66, on the other hand, has hardly been represented at all and few of the characters who appear have been recreated as minifigures based on the film. Aayla Secura and Ki-Adi Mundi are particularly pressing while Clone officers such as Bly, Bacara and Appo would also make wonderful additions to the popular range of Clone Trooper minifigures.

I have often wondered whether a large set containing minifigures from several different moments in the Order 66 montage would be possible as this would allow LEGO to produce a number of exciting new minifigures as well as environments from planets which have not been seen in any other LEGO sets. I cannot imagine how the box artwork might be designed and the subject matter might go beyond LEGO's remit but I would love to see such a set, unlikely though it is.

One aspect of Order 66 which has yet to be replicated is the Jedi Temple. If I had to choose only one vehicle or location from the entire trilogy to become a set, this would be it. The sheer range of possible play scenarios is a match for any other Star Wars set currently available as events and characters from across the Prequels could be included, just as they were for the Original Trilogy in 10188 Death Star. This would also be an ideal opportunity to provide us with some desirable Jedi and 501st Legion Clone Troopers in minifigure form.

The argument will always exist that large sets based on the Prequel Trilogy do not sell very well as adult collectors favour the Original Trilogy and in some respects I suspect that is probably true. However, children who grew up with the Prequels are now young adults and the market for larger models based on these movies is therefore expanding quickly. I can absolutely guarantee that I would purchase a UCS model of the Jedi Temple and expect many others would do the same, particularly if such a set encompassed all three films.

While the Jedi Temple is ravaged on Coruscant and the majority of Jedi are gunned down across the galaxy, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda meet on board the Sundered Heart, a Corellian Corvette in service of Bail Organa. All three have witnessed the carnage unfolding but have escaped and decide that they should be return to Coruscant and ensure that any surviving Jedi are rescued. Bail Organa is an important character in the live action films, The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels so it is unfortunate that he has yet to be seen as a minifigure. He might slot nicely into a Jedi Temple set but would perhaps be an even better fit for a future Rebels offering. I also have another idea for him which will be discussed later in this article.

Yoda and Obi-Wan head for the Jedi Temple and fight their way through waves of Clone Troopers, finding Jedi who were killed by someone wielding a lightsaber as they go. The identity of this attacker is soon revealed to be Anakin, now Darth Vader, in a security hologram and the Jedi resolve that they must destroy the Sith to avoid further loss of life. Meanwhile, Darth Vader is dispatched to Mustafar where the Separatist leaders are ensconsed with instructions to execute them all. The dark green fighter which he uses appears in 9494 Anakin's Jedi Interceptor along with a Security Battle Droid and one of those Separatist leaders, Nute Gunray.

Obi-Wan asks for Padmé's help in tracking Anakin down, revealing that he knows of their romantic attachment. He is refused but stows away on Padmé's J-type Star Skiff as she leaves for Mustafar in search of her husband. This is the fourth chrome Naboo diplomatic vessel to appear in the Prequel Trilogy and I would be interested in a model of the craft but anticipate that its appeal would be limited among younger fans.

Padmé attempts to reason with Anakin on Mustafar but only succeeds in angering him, especially when he sees Obi-Wan emerge from the ship. A lightsaber duel begins between the former friends and they fight across the entire lava collection facility, damaging its shielding in the process Meanwhile, Yoda confronts Darth Sidious on Coruscant and engages him in the Senate Building. This is an ideal setting for a playset as it offers an opportunity to combine locations with vehicles. Bail Organa's airspeeder could be included alongside a Senate pod which, depending on how you use it, may qualify as a vehicle.

Yoda is initially a match for Sidious but is eventually defeated and flees to Polis Massa. Obi-Wan is in equally dire straights until Anakin's overconfidence proves his undoing and he is critically wounded at the edge of a lava river. His body is set alight by the rising lava and Obi-Wan leaves the planet with an unconcious Padmé, R2-D2 and C-3PO, assuming his fallen apprentice to be dead. The duel on Mustafar was first represented in 7257 Ultimate Lightsaber Duel but has since appeared in 9494 Anakin's Jedi Interceptor as well.

Palpatine senses Darth Vader's pain and rescues him from the lava, bringing him back to Coruscant where the former hero of the Republic is permanently encased in a black armoured suit, becoming the Darth Vader we recognise from the Original Trilogy. I was very surprised when 8096 Emperor Palpatine's Shuttle was released in 2010 but impressed as this is a relatively obscure vehicle.

As Darth Vader is born, so are Luke and Leia. Obi-Wan has travelled to Polis Massa and Padmé gives birth to twins while there, dying moments after naming her children. It would be wonderful to see a set which includes the baby Luke and Leia, particularly given the existence of the baby in 60134 Fun in the Park - City People Pack, but I suspect such a set could only be released as an event exclusive given its limited appeal.

The film ends with Bail Organa taking Leia home with him to Alderaan while Obi-Wan delivers Luke to Owen and Beru Lars on Tatooine. There our heroes watch the twin suns set and wonder what the future holds for them under the rule of the newly founded Galactic Empire.


As usual I am going to conclude by pitching set descriptions for three sets which I think would adequately complete the Revenge of the Sith range. I have used some artistic license where necessary to create what I believe to be plausible sets and tried to spread them across various price points.

75209 Battle of Utapau - £19.99, $24.99, €24.99 - Commander Cody, 212th Battalion Clone Trooper, Tion Medon, Battle Droid.

  • Bring the Clone War to an end on Utapau!
  • Sweep into battle on board a BARC Speeder.
  • Pose the Crab Droid's articulated legs and rotate the blaster cannons.
  • Fire the deadly stud shooters at the Clone Troopers.
  • Includes Crab Droid, BARC Speeder and four minifigures!

75210 Senate Duel - £49.99, $59.99, €59.99 - Yoda, Bail Organa, Darth Sidious, Mas Amedda, Commander Thire.

  • Defeat Darth Sidious in the Senate Building!
  • Leap into action and hurl the floating Senate pod at the enemy.
  • Turn the dial to raise the Chancellor's podium.
  • Launch a minifigure off the Chancellor's podium with the hidden catapult function.
  • Reveal the hidden blasters on Bail Organa's airpseeder.
  • Includes Chancellor's podium, Senate pod, Bail Organa's airspeeder and five minifigures!

75211 The Jedi Temple - £219.99, $249.99, €249.99 - Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Mace Windu, Ki-Adi Mundi, Aayla Secura, Plo Koon, Shaak Ti, Yarael Poof, Cin Drallig, Jocasta Nu, Jedi Youngling (x2), Commander Appo, 501st Clone Trooper (x2).

  • Explore the halls of the Jedi Temple!
  • Hinge open the model and remove each floor to access the interior or close it up for display.
  • Hold a meeting in the Jedi Council Chamber and seat the minifigures inside.
  • Search for information in the holobook library.
  • View holograms in the communication room.
  • Explore the mysteries of the Force with Yoda in the meditation chamber.
  • Hone your lightsaber skills in the training room.
  • March into the temple with the Clone Troopers and destroy the collapsible columns.
  • Includes characters and scenes from The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.
  • Includes Jedi Temple with detailed interior and sixteen minifigures!


Let me know whether you agree or disagree with my suggestions in the comments below and post your own ideas.

Also, if you have not taken a look the three previous installments then you can do so by following these links:

Would there be interest in a short article looking at Star Wars Rebels? Let me know in the comments or by liking this article.

This series of articles will continue to be published on the last Sunday of each month until the Rogue One range is released on the 30th of September, so stay tuned! Look out for more reviews of the new Star Wars sets over the next few weeks as well.

60 comments on this article

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By in United States,

I cannot thank you enough for the great, compelling articles, Im looking for Star Wars ideas to submit to lego ideas and this gets my creative thoughts flowing.

(I wont copy any of the stuff here though as I dont want to take your ideas and turn them into gain for me because I did not come up with them myself.)

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By in United States,

Somehow, I doubt an "Order 66" set is coming anytime soon. A montage that results in a massacre of Jedi, including children? Maybe it's best if they avoid that one for a while...

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By in Belgium,

The price for the jedi temple? 249,99 you give it? I think easy 420€ as the death star

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By in United States,

Good article. I can't think that the choice not to make a set depicting Order 66 is deliberate considering it's, ya know, a mass murder. LEGO might not have misgivings about depicting a typical battle scene, but Order 66 might be crossing the line.

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By in United States,

Great article. However this triology is over 10 years ago and a new triology and do n offs is now here. Therefore I cannot see LEGO making any new episode 1-3 sets. Although I agree a UCS Temple would be great.

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By in Russian Federation,

I think you'll need at least two Senate pods in 75179

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By in United Kingdom,

I certainly wouldn't mind some order 66 sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

Awesome article, and I think a small article for Rebels would be great as well! (A battle on Malachor set would be the best!)

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By in United States,

Given the recent increase in pricing for Star Wars sets and the hopes for a set on par with 10188 Death Star, a Jedi Temple set would likely be $299US or more.

And I think you're making the same mistakes with your minifigure choice that continuously plagues most large LEGO conflict sets - not enough adversaries. 4x clone troopers would be a better balance. For all the complaints about this with how Assault on Hoth was lacking in the 'assault' side, I'm surprised you mimicked the same shortcomings as TLG.

Intriguing articles. Thanks!

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By in United States,

75180 The Jedi Temple needs more than two younglings - for more youngling carnage as seen in the film!

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By in United States,

Mostly I would buy a Crab Droid with Phase II Cody... but those other sets sound like good ideas too. :P

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By in United Kingdom,

Great article, as usual. I always did wonder why the crab droid has never appeared in a set before, it would be perfect for play functions (articulated legs, opportunity for spring-loaded/stud shooters), that would be the one I would buy. All of these would make for good sets though. On the other hand, I was surprised you didn't pick up on the duel on Mustafar. Unless I've counted wrong, there have only been 2 sets based on the duel and an additional 2 with a burned Anakin, so 4 in total. Seems unusally low for such an iconic battle. Still, the other battles (and the temple) are much more in need of a new/first set, so I can understand why you chose them.

Loving the series so far, can't wait for A New Hope!

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By in United States,

Another great entry in this series of articles!

I agree 100% on the necessity of a Jedi Temple set. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that if Lego simply produced this and an Arena Battle set from AOTC, I could die one very happy AFOL. :-)

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By in United Kingdom,

Great articles. I'd be interested to read one on Rebels, although I confess ot wouldn't be my priority over the classics.

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By in Norway,

If you own a 100% complete Star Wars collection, the only things still missing to make Order 66 is a proper Aayla Secura, Commander Cody and a Mygeeto scene featuring Ki-Adi-Mundi and clone snowtroopers. Plo Koon's starfighter was released alongside the last ARC Starfighter, and with a couple of the set "Battle of Saleucami" and the Stass Allie fig from Ep. II, you have two complete Order 66 scenes. A new OT-AT walker with Aayla Secura and her troop could be another nice Order 66 set in disguise. "Battle of Mygeeto" too.

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By in Puerto Rico,

I like your Battle of Utapau but I would also add an UT-AT (from the Mygeeto scene) with Ki-Adi and a couple of his forces againts a Tri-Droid.

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By in Finland,

@darkstonegrey yea, but this isn't assault on jedi temple, it's just jedi temple. the assault isn't the main focus in it, it's just a side feature. of course it would still be nice to get more clones

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By in United States,

Personally I'd like a 501st battle pack and/or a new ARC-170 starfighter

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By in United States,

While I don't expect lego to release anymore order 66 sets (besides the well priced 2014 battle on Salucami), It would be nice to get some more episode 3 jedi. I will admit a UCS jedi temple has been a dream of mine for quite some time, as well as a duel in the senate chambers. While I like your depiction of the senate chambers, I think two pods should be included instead of one. I'm honestly surprised lego hasn't made a crab droid yet with all its appearances in the Clone wars and episode 3, and I expect one to eventually be made as it offers a good potential build. Maybe as a battle pack? Besides these, I'd like to see a larger Battle on Mustafar with an episode 3 Padme and some more separatists, or even a Padme's shuttle with a small build of the facility on Mustafar to accompany it. At this point I'd even settle for it being built with light blueish-grey pieces. Either these as a set, or a cruiser class ship such as an episode 3 venator or even an invisible hand. Also, yes please to a Rebels article.

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By in Netherlands,

Has the Brickset article and comment font changed?

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By in Sweden,

In the seante duel set, two coruscant- clones would be cool to see!

The Jedi temple is such wellknown buildning so if it hits the market some day (either as a UCS- set or not), I would absolutly buy it!

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By in United States,

@swedishbrick you mean shock troopers?

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By in United States,

I'm still holding firm that the world NEEDS a 501st battle pack. perhaps with some kind of blast barrier and a Jedi minifigure. I'd also love to see them make a battle droids pack with three droids and one spider droid and some rubble.

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By in Netherlands,

I'd hand over that kind of money to Lego any time if it meant we would get a Jedi Temple set. Too bad a 250 dollar/euro UCS or huge playset slot was already wasted on Assault on Hoth.

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By in United States,

Great ideas. I enjoy reading these!

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By in Italy,

I've to say that all three ideas are excellent, but in the analysis of what's missing I would have mentioned some Grand Army of the Republic vehicles:
– ISP Speeder was released last time in 2010 (as Republic Swamp Speeder);
– AT-OT was released only one time, in 2009, together with a LAAT carrier (and the set was very expensive);
– ARC-170 was released in 2010, but it's pretty relevant in the first sequence, and it also appears in The Clone Wars.

It would be nice to see an Octuparra Droid and an AT-UT too, as we see them on Mygeeto, though they haven't ever been released. Octuparras also appear in The Clone Wars movie, so they are quite important.

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By in United States,

I have no qualms with your set choices, but reading through this reminded me just how bad Episode 3 is. I think Episode 1 suffered from a few fatal flaws, but other than that it was alright. Episode 2's plot was generally okay, but the acting was insufferable. Episode 3 had better acting and had a much higher production quality, but had way too much CGI and the plot took a total dump. I think the negative reactions to Episode 1 caused some negative influence on Episodes 2 and 3, and I wonder what it would have been like had George Lucas made them entirely as he'd originally intended.

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By in United States,

Great article! And yes please do one on Rebels!

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By in Canada,

They should make the fire ships that extinguish the Invisible Hand. They're cool ships and it would be the perfect place for blue stud shooters.

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By in United Kingdom,

Why don't you make these sets yourselves?

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By in United States,

@Nurudo I did not say there wasn't a recent ARC-170 I just feel that we need a new one that is based off the movie.

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By in United States,

I'm glad Ferus Olin mentioned it, and I was disappointed it didn't appear in the article.
I've spent over a decade alternately waiting for it, and then being shocked by the lack of a Coruscant emergency firespeeder set with the appropriate Coruscant Rescue Ops Minifigs. You'd think with LEGO's penchant for firefighting vehicles we'd have had five of these by now.

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By in Australia,

Those three sets sound amazing! I would absolutely buy them.

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By in Australia,

Well like all previous What's Missing? articles this one does not disappoint! I certainly think that Lego needs to give us another Wookie Ornithopter & Catamaran, I mean its been 11 years. Then again it only took them 10 to give us a new Interceptor for Obi-Wan! Even though I would like to see them make Order 66 sets I understand why not cause of the Mass Murder!
However I do have one idea for a set.
Jedi Temple Rescue? (working title!)
Mini-figs: Bail Organa, Zett Jukassa, Commander Appo, 501st Legion Clone Trooper x2
Main features: Bail's Airspeeder, Landing pad & walkway

This is what I would like as a set, because this is one of the best temple attack scenes & were seriously overdue for a Bail Organa minifigure! Plus Commander Appo & the troopers will be nice additions to my clone collection! Not to menton the exclusive Zett figure!

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By in United States,

As a huge Star Wars fan, I look forward to these articles! This one doesn't disappoint! I can't wait to see what you put together for the OT! I have agreed with your set recommendations and I hope TLG is in the same camp. I'd love to see some of the sets brought to life that have not yet been produced. Please give us a Jedi Temple instead of another Hoth set!

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By in United States,

@Nuruodo, TLG Star Wars designed a concept UT-AT, but it never made it into production sadly. You can see a picture of it in The Star Wars Visual Dictionary updated and expanded edition.
I fully agree with the article, we need some more prequel sets. Not saying that they are better that the original trilogy, but think about how many Clone Wars sets were released. 65 out of roughly 184 sets based off of the six movies, the Clone Wars, and Expanded U released between 2008 to 2014 were based of of the Clone Wars. If Lego thinks they can financially work that way, I'm sure they can take a risk on some prequel sets....

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By in United States,

Good job, Capn, on this article! I enjoy your series of articles covering the Star Wars LEGO sets and the films. You said there are more sets from Revenge of the Sith than any other SW movie. I didn't realize this, but reading now I see indeed it is true. In fact, I own more Ep 3 sets than Ep1 or Ep2. One of my favorite LEGO sets I have is 9526 Palpatine's Arrest, from this movie.

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By in Australia,

I feel like the relatively poor sales of 10215 might have had more to do with its ridiculously high price/piece than anything. I definitely would've picked it up if it were priced like the 700 piece set it is

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By in United States,

I love these articles, they've been lots of fun to read. Also appreciate the very appropriate use of "disarm" ;)

Disagree with you on Jedi Temple--it's just not an iconic location like the Death Star, though yes, lots of plot happened there. On the other hand, I would love to see Padme's starship but chrome is extremely unlikely. Still, if they made it, I'd be willing to pay a premium for it. Even if just for parts (though I do like the ship).

It's tough, though, balancing what adult collectors would buy with what kids actually want.

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By in Australia,

Once again, great article. As to chrome ships, TLG is unlikely to ever have chrome plated elements again due to environmental concerns, but pearl silver would be a good compromise IMO. Yes to Rebels article.

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By in Canada,

I love these articles... and you haven't even gotten to OT and Rebels yet! You're saving the best for last.

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By in United States,

I've said it once and I'll say it again it would be amazing to have a 501st legion battle pack. I also have to say that a Jedi temple would be great....... But not completely needed as I feel most children will not want to have a set so devoid of action,I mean what play features could the put in a mostly peaceful temple?

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By in United Kingdom,

"a function which would replicate the moment the ship breaks in two as it enters the Coruscant atmosphere"

Just snap it over your knee.

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By in United States,

These articles are brilliant, fun, and well-researched! I would love to see a Rebels article--as it is considered cannon and is the part of Star Wars I know the least about!

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By in Luxembourg,

We need an UCS Venator-class. We already have gotten the Imperial-class and the Superstardestroyer. So why not?

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By in United States,

Thanks for yet again another great What's Missing? article Captain! Please do bring on Rebels as well as the OT, the more of these articles the better. I'm deninately on board w/buying a massive Jedi Temple, and would also buy your other two suggestions for sets. I'd absolutely love to see a 1000+ piece set of the Invisible Hand, and some pearl silver Naboo ships. As for minifigures please TLG can we finally have Bail Organa, a few more Clone Commanders (like Bly and Thire) and some Seperatist leadership, like a Wat Tambor!?

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By in United States,

I like all of these except the massive Senate Duel, but I really like the idea of having an Order 66 Pack.

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By in United States,

@Wookiesmasher: I know right, an order 66 pack with some 501st legion troopers would be perfect.

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By in United States,

I love these set ideas. I love all the minifigs selected. I would also like to see an Oppo Rancisis figure.

The Jedi Temple is iconic as it is in all 3 prequels and constantly in the clone wars. How about it is done UCS with the Jedi and a battle pack of 501st clones comes out at the same time? Lego did this with the Hoth sets this year.

I know this was shown briefly in ep. 3, but I would like to see a Planet Felucia set with the neon color scheme. It was shown a lot in the clone wars.

@ maffyd, Thanks for gut-busting laugh.

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By in {Unknown country},

For those who might be interresting by the invisible hand, there is a french MOC instruction available here : http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&u=www.techlug.fr/review-lego-star-wars/st07/invisible-hand-st07-curtis-black-2011

It's based on the one made by Curtis Black. But there is instruction available. You can send them an email. Usually the instruction are around 5€. They also have some other really interresting MOC instruction like the venator in UCS... http://www.techlug.fr/review-lego-star-wars

Enjoy

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By in United States,

Would you consider a LotR/Hobbit set of these "what's missing?" articles? I just acquired Bag End off ebay and I'm really getting an appreciation of this underrated theme.

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By in United States,

Great article as usual! I'd definitely be interested in your thoughts on Rebels! Prototype B[lade]-Wing anyone? The Jedi temple from Ideas is something I've always thought would be great; same with Invisible Hand. I agree that could be done fairly well at a smaller scale, a la Malevolence.

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By in Denmark,

Are there any "What's missing: The Lord of the Rings" articles in the pipeline? (I know that might turn in to quite long articles, but still...)

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By in Denmark,

@craxican Ha, just saw you'd written the same. :-)

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By in United States,

It would be awesome if they made an accurate Commander Cody and a Bail Organa! Good job this article! Don't forget there is a Jedi Temple in review at Lego Ideas. It isn't the full thing but it's cool! https://ideas.lego.com/blogs/1-blog/post/64
I have no interest for a Rebels article, but it doesn't really matter!

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By in United States,

In my opinion, an Order 66 set should be avoided. What would it say on the box, "March into the Jedi Temple! Take no prisoners! Slaughter children!" I think that instead of that, a $250 Mustafar duel, one with rock terraces and an orange baseplate? Maybe a Separatist council room with battle droids? Also I think a Mustafarian minifigure would be interesting, as well as two Anakin minifigures. (One normal, one burned)

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By in United States,

Holy crap, I have some 1x2 trans-blue plates that would fantastic for stocking some shelves in Jedi Temple Archive diorama! I know what I'm building after I finish my current project!

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By in Ireland,

I'd love a lego set representing aayla secura's death scene because i love commander bly and the lego clone wars aayla is worth like 50 euro and i hate the clone wars style.

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By in United Kingdom,

I wanted LEGO to make a senate duel set for ages!

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