What's Missing? Ultimate Collector Series - The Prequel Trilogy

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31 Ultimate Collector Series sets have been released since 2000 and just four of those are based upon the Prequel Trilogy. This is perhaps unsurprising given the greater popularity of the Original Trilogy and I think most Star Wars fans would agree that many Original Trilogy vehicles are more immediately recognisable than those from the Prequels.

However, that does not negate the possibility of further UCS sets which take inspiration from the Prequel Trilogy. I believe there are several vehicles and locations that may be suitable for such sets and we are going to discuss a selection of those potential future models today.


Sebulba's Podracer

Military craft are particularly prominent within the Star Wars universe and they have dominated the Ultimate Collector Series range thus far, as one might expect. An Ultimate Collector Series Podracer would therefore make a welcome change and has the potential to be a thoroughly impressive display model in my opinion, perhaps including some of Sebulba's hidden weaponry as well as adjustable air brakes.

Anakin Skywalker's racer occupies a lot more screen time than that piloted by Sebulba and would look magnificent at UCS scale but I think the orange and black vehicle is better known so may be a more appealing prospect on the whole. Alternatively, we could see a twin pack containing both vehicles which would be interesting, although a set of that size might be prohibitively expensive.

It is difficult to assess the likelihood of any Prequel Trilogy Ultimate Collector Series set as we have few examples on which to base speculation. However, I do think that a UCS version of Sebulba's Podracer is a reasonably strong possibility as it is immediately recognisable and would be a perfect set to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace next year.

Naboo N-1 Starfighter

10026 Special Edition Naboo Starfighter is the only previous Ultimate Collector Series set based upon The Phantom Menace but is a notable outlier within the range, being designed at minifigure scale and containing just 187 pieces! Interesting though that smaller model might be, I think this elegant craft is worthy of a much larger set, perhaps akin to 10240 Red Five X-wing Starfighter in size.

Constructing an N-1 Starfighter at that scale would allow the designer to make significant improvements over recent minifigure-scale renditions, none of which have precisely captured the vehicle's unique shape. In addition, a bright yellow Ultimate Collector Series model would really stand out on display beside existing UCS sets and it could be released in 2019 to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Episode I, much like Sebulba's Podracer.

Even so, I doubt that we will ever see an Ultimate Collector Series Naboo N-1 Starfighter. It is certainly a popular craft from the Prequel Trilogy but would probably cost around £169.99 or $199.99 if designed at a similar scale to 10240 Red Five X-wing Starfighter. I find it difficult to believe that very many people would be willing to spend that much on a model of the N-1, although a slightly smaller set is possible.

Geonosis Arena

Whether or not one believes this should be the case, recent examples have demonstrated that not all Ultimate Collector Series sets are large scale models of popular vehicles. Some instead depict famed locations from across the saga. The vast Petranaki Arena on Geonosis forms an integral part of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones but has not yet appeared in an official set and might be best represented by a UCS model.

We know that LEGO has considered producing a set based upon the Petranaki Arena in the past as sketch models of the Reek and the Acklay were on display at a Star Wars Weekend event in 2005. It therefore seems highly likely that we will see an official Petranaki Arena set at some point in the future and an Ultimate Collector Series model could capture the sheer scale of the arena far more effectively than a standard retail set. It could also include all the minifigures necessary rather than compromising by omitting certain characters.

However, I think a set based upon the Petranaki Arena is more likely to appeal to younger Star Wars fans than adults and an expensive UCS model might not be appropriate for that audience. Sets such as 75098 Assault on Hoth have demonstrated that LEGO is sometimes willing to produce prodigious play sets which demand a high price but I expect they would be reluctant to repeat that in the near future, particularly with a subject from the Prequel Trilogy.

Venator-class Star Destroyer

Many fans have been requesting an updated rendition of 10030 Imperial Star Destroyer in recent years. This is unsurprising as more than a decade has passed since the original set was released and the Imperial vessel remains as popular today as it was in 2002. Its predecessor from the Clone Wars era has also become very well known and I wonder whether a Venator-class Star Destroyer might be worthy of an Ultimate Collector Series model, much like the Imperial-class capital ship.

Such a set could include far greater detail than 8039 Venator-class Republic Attack Cruiser as well as removable hull panels for accessing the interior, following the example of 10221 Super Star Destroyer. Unfortunately, such impressive detail would certainly come with a matching price and I doubt that many LEGO Star Wars fans would be willing to pay as much for a UCS Venator-class Star Destroyer as they might for the Original Trilogy craft.

I believe the likelihood of a UCS Venator-class Star Destroyer is low at the moment. The set may be prohibitively expensive and would almost certainly not be released while an Imperial-class Star Destroyer was available at a similar scale. That seems like a strong possibility within the next few years, greatly reducing the chances of a Venator-class model.

Eta-2 Actis-class Light Interceptor

10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter is based upon the Delta-7 Aethersprite-class Light Interceptor from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Unfortunately, the set did not perform well at retail when it was released in 2010, despite being an impressive rendition of the vehicle and costing less than most other Ultimate Collector Series products. Such a poor performance may preclude the possibility of another Jedi Starfighter.

That having been said, I still believe a UCS Eta-2 Actis-class Light Interceptor would have considerable potential. Not only is the Eta-2 more attractive than its predecessor, in my opinion, but Anakin's yellow starfighter would stand out beautifully on display, much like the Naboo N-1 Starfighter. The adjustable radiator wings could be a lot of fun too.

Ultimately, the chances of an Ultimate Collector Series Eta-2 Actis-class Light Interceptor appear slim following 10215 Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter. Even so, I think this vehicle would be perfectly suited to a detailed UCS model and a relatively inexpensive set, costing around £89.99 or $99.99, might exceed expectations.

Invisible Hand

Several different kinds of capital ship make up the Separatist fleet and each one includes a number of unique design features that would be ideal for an interesting Ultimate Collector Series model. However, General Grievous' Providence-class Dreadnought, the Invisible Hand, is by far the most prominent of those vessels in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith so seems more worthy of a UCS model than other Separatist craft.

A great deal of action takes place on board the Invisible Hand during the opening scenes of Revenge of the Sith. An Ultimate Collector Series model could therefore combine features of 10030 Imperial Star Destroyer with those of 75159 Death Star, presenting an attractive exterior for display while also including some interior space where one could place minifigures.

Excellent though such a set may be, I am sceptical that the Providence-class Dreadnought is sufficiently popular to justify a model of an appropriate size. It occupies significant screen time during Episode III but would probably necessitate a higher price than most people would be willing to pay if designed to the standard of 10030 Imperial Star Destroyer.

Jedi Temple

The Jedi Temple on Coruscant appears throughout the entire Prequel Trilogy and would be very well-suited to an Ultimate Collector Series model in my opinion. A large UCS set based upon the temple could feature many of the rooms seen in the films along with an array of appealing minifigures, not unlike 75159 Death Star.

However, this similarity to 75159 Death Star also presents an issue as it may be difficult to design an Ultimate Collector Series rendition of the Jedi Temple which could be sold at a realistic price. The Death Star is incredibly well known so has proven popular, even at a price of £409.99 or $499.99. The Jedi Temple does not enjoy such renown and I cannot imagine that many people would be interested in a model costing anything like that much.

Nevertheless, the Jedi Temple is extremely prominent within the Prequel Trilogy and I think it would be difficult to adequately capture its splendour in anything other than a UCS model. It therefore seems quite likely that an Ultimate Collector Series model of the Jedi Temple will be released at some point, although it is difficult to envisage how such a set might be designed in order to avoid an exceptionally high price.

Clone Turbo Tank

Repulsorlift craft and walkers dominate ground combat within the Star Wars universe so the wheeled HAVw A6 Juggernaut, more commonly known as the Clone Turbo Tank, really stands out as unique! This intimidating vehicle has already been the subject of three large LEGO sets but I believe LEGO could improve upon those models quite significantly with an Ultimate Collector Series version of the Juggernaut.

Not only could an Ultimate Collector Series Clone Turbo Tank capture the size of the vehicle in the movie but it might also include Power Functions, allowing you to drive the model around via remote control! That has the potential to be absolutely wonderful for play and would make a welcome change from other recent UCS sets.

Price is always a significant factor though and adding Power Functions to a set is frequently expensive. It therefore seems very unlikely that a remote control UCS Clone Turbo Tank could ever be released, especially given its limited screen time in the film.


What Prequel Trilogy vehicles and locations would you be most excited to see in an Ultimate Collector's Series set? Let us know in the comments.

This article series will continue with 'What's Missing? Ultimate Collector's Series - The Sequel Trilogy' in the next couple of weeks.

 

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90 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Maybe that naboo ship that breaks in tpm

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By in United Kingdom,

We need a UCS Republic Gunship.

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By in United States,

Either of the Royal Naboo ships, The Nubian J-327 from TPM or the Diplomatic barge from AoTC and RoTS.

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By in United States,

I definitely agree that the podracers should be a UCS model! The jedi temple doesn't seem too unlikely - a while back, a jedi temple was submitted to Lego Ideas, and reached 10K votes before being shot down by Lego (likely due to it being an in-use ip). This shows that there must be at least SOME audience, if 10,000 people are willing to vote for it.

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By in United States,

I strongly support the thought of a UCS Jedi Temple. I also think another cool idea would be a UCS Spider Droid or Padmé Amidala’s Silver Cruser seen in episode I.

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By in Germany,

Personally, I believe that we will see a UCS version of something like Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle before we see anything from the Prequel Trilogy.

At the moment, Lego seems to be pretty occupied producing regular sets for the Star Wars films hitting cinemas. If they really do something new (instead of updating old UCS models), I can't imagine them spending resources on the Prequel Trilogy which, all in all, has not been received well by many fans.

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By in United Kingdom,

UCS Malevolence! I was not old enough to get the 2011 edition and I reckon it would look cool alongside a Venator-Class Star Destroyer.

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By in Norway,

I want more clone wars era stuff!

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By in United States,

UCS Republic Gunship would be perfect!

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By in United States,

I’d like to see an ARC-170 Starfighter really tricked out. Ala the X-wing, Y-wing, etc.

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By in United States,

If we include The Clone Wars (and we should), then I think the Republic gunship, the Separatist armored assault tank, and the Coruscant police gunship are good candidates.

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By in United States,

As an fan in the middle of older and younger, I’d buy a lot of these. A Venator would be amazing, a Geonosian Arena, Invisibke Hand, Jedi Temple, Jedi Starfighter, I’d buy all of them. Though I’m probably not a typical fan.

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By in France,

Venator or Podracer for me. That said I still prefer the original trilogy as source materiel ;-)

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By in United States,

The republic gunship, Venator Star Destroyer, Turbo Tank, or even the Hailfire Droid would make good UCSs

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By in United Kingdom,

I did consider including the Republic Gunship as it is probably one of the most popular vehicles from the Prequel Trilogy. However, I think it would be very difficult to significantly improve upon 75021 Republic Gunship from 2013 without designing a much larger set that would be prohibitively expensive. After all, 75021 is minifigure-scale and I think the ability to interact with minifigures would be integral to a troop carrier.

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By in United States,

UCS pod racers
UCS medical capsule with burnt Anakin

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By in Netherlands,

An UCS AT-TE or an UCS ARC-170 Starfighter would be my ultimate dream.

Besides that, The Invisible Hand, The Malevolence or a more generec Venator-Class Star Destroyer or a Munificent-Class Star Frigate would also be high on my list.

As for TPM, a J-Type Diplomatic Barge or a Lucrehulk-class Droid Control Ship would be cool.

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By in Canada,

This isn’t a prequel ship but I’d like a UCS A-Wing

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By in Canada,

I'd be so pumped if TLG made these as UCS!!

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By in United States,

The previous clone turbo tanks have been good, but as a big clone wars fan, they’re a little lack-luster. A mini-figure scale UCS Juggernaut would be amazing, especially if it introduced new phase 2 ARF troopers and Wookiee minifigs other than Chewie and Tarfful.

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By in United States,

A UCS Invisible Hand! That would be cool.

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By in Ireland,

Out of this list the only set I might buy is the podracer, but only if Anakin's is included...
But how about a large scale Destroyer Droid?

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By in United States,

CLOUD CITY!!!

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By in Ukraine,

Corporate Alliance control ship - please please please

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By in United States,

Yes, I like the idea of a UCS Sebulba's Podracer! It would make a unique edition to the UCS line.

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By in United States,

I would love a UCS Venator and Invisible Hand. Unfortunetly, I don't think that a UCS Jedi Temple is a very viable choice, but luckily there's a lot of excellent MOCs out there.

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By in France,

I have all your UCS wishes in my UCS MOC collection. :-P

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By in United States,

Could you make a “What’s missing” article for UCS Marvel sets since the UCS Hulkbuster came out a few months ago and there should definitely be more UCS Lego Marvel sets in my opinion?

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By in United States,

Geonosis Arena is my dream UCS playset. I've wanted this as a LEGO set since I was a kid.

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By in Belgium,

I would go for the jedi temple. The jedi temple appears in all films of the prequel trilogy and is probably very suitable for a UCS. It could be very beautiful with a library, the Jedi council, the attack on the temple, ... It could be very good with the attack on the temple. Some pillars and walls where damage can be made. I would also like to see some things from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. For example jedi temple guards ...

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By in United States,

Maybe for the Jedi Temple, the LEGO Grouo coul maybe only create a quarter of the temple, as it is very symmetrical, with plenty of display rooms inside, and you can optionally purchase a total of four of the set to create the full model.

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By in Canada,

Anything to get Lego from stopping with the remakes would suffice for me whether its a prequel, clone wars, episode VII/VIII or something from the cartoons, . The only exception is AT-AT

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By in France,

I was not a big fan of the Prequel when it came out. But I eventually found something to appreciate in it once I fell into The Clone Wars animated serie which I really love now. For me, Naboo N1 starfighter, Venator class, Republic Gunship (one of the best IMO) and Jedi Temple would be the ones that deserve a UCS set.

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By in Germany,

I would love to see a UCS Republic Gunship and I honestly think the last model could be much improved and be a great set with 2.000 pieces. I'm just afraid Lego is doing the math right, aiming UCS sets mainly at fans 30+, who grew up with the OT. The fans who grew up with the PT or CW are still below 30 and of course there are many who could afford such sets (especially around here reading this), but it might not be enough in the entire market to justify a set for the moment. I'm sure the time for the Gunship will come, but for the moment Lego seems to be playing it safe in re-releasing the X, Y, Snowspeeder, Death Star and Falcon. They're clearly aiming UCS at 30+ fans and giving us only OT currently.

Edit: I'm pretty sure we'll see an OT Star Destroyer next year and will be surprised if not.

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By in Canada,

I agree with the Clone Turbo Tank, Petrenaki arena (my favorite part of the whole prequel trilogy), and the Actis-class light interceptor. The Jedi Temple would work as a UCS, though I would not be interested in it. Personally I would rather have the Podracers and N-1 starfighter as regular sets.
Also, a UCS Republic Gunship would be awesome, a UCS AT-TE would be awesomer, and a UCS Naboo Royal Starship would be awesomest!

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By in United Kingdom,

I always thought 7962 Podracer was a great set, not sure a non minifigure-scale set would be any better. I don't think we will see a Prequel UCS any time soon.

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By in United States,

Personally I'd prefer to see Anakin's podracer as a UCS set than Sebulba's, since the curves of his pod might be easier to approximate at a larger scale than we've seen before in playsets, whereas Sebulba's podracer and engines are easier to replicate even at a smaller scale.

Any Naboo ships would probably be a tough sell since to really get them screen-accurate you'd need to have chrome, which would drive the cost to size ratio way up. I really loved #10026-1 as a kid — but in hindsight, it was $40 for less than 200 pieces! I suppose pearl or lacquered bricks could be alright (we've seen LEGO do a few sets that use either of those colors extensively), but I don't know if that would be authentic enough for a collector-targeted display item.

Vulture droids could be fun to see at a UCS scale especially if they had more accurate transformations. One of the things that's especially cool about the X-Wing is its transformation function, and the Vulture Droids take that up a notch further. That said, them being mass-produced drones with no pilot makes them feel expendable in a way that kind of detracts from their appeal.

For some reason or another, despite liking the prequels, I never really developed much affection for Clone Wars era ships. Maybe because by Episode II I had stopped playing Star Wars video games so much? Or maybe just because most (besides the Jedi Starfighters) don't have a direct association with the series' most beloved and iconic characters the way the X-Wing and Snowspeeder and TIE Advanced do, instead being piloted by common soldiers.

But one subject that I think would be great to see at a larger scale, or just see again in general, are the airspeeders from the Coruscant chase scene in Episode II! Their flashy colors, sleek curves, and association with really distinctive characters makes me wonder why we haven't seen any sets of them since 2002.

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By in New Zealand,

Sith Infiltrator!

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By in United States,

Enough with Star Wars! I want a UCS Enterprise, NCC 1701-D!

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By in United States,

I would love to see the Invisible Hand!

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By in United States,

AAT or Trade Federation Homeship

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By in United Kingdom,

Turbo tank or At-At walker

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By in Australia,

I would say 4481 is fairly close to what a "UCS" hailfire droid might look like, I doubt it would make sense to go much bigger than that.
And would a UCS destroyer droid be able to do better than the 8002 Destroyer Droid?

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By in United Kingdom,

Dare I mention the ‘A’ word?

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By in United Kingdom,

I'd love a Gungan Sub UCS - it would likely be wide and lengthy but a good display model and everyone can remember it well. Maybe even a UCS AAT. Zam's cruiser would be nice too. It's just a shame that Lego/Disney seem to have forgotten that the Prequels exist to some degree recently. A small combat speeder with General Grievous isn't exactly the set everyone wanted. However - Solo A Star Wars Story is still essentially classified as a Prequel so every cloud...

I agree with the proposition that a Sequel Trilogy UCS might come next year. I don't want it to happen but I feel like it might. Hopefully not something boring like a TIE or X-Wing though.

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By in United States,

A minifigure scale LEGO Geonosis Arena would require 10,000s of pieces, so that would not be made, but one with just a few thousand pieces would look awkward. Therefore it would be very difficult to execute a UCS Geonosis Arena.

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By in United States,

I can't see them doing Sebulba's racer unless Anakin's was with it (which isn't a bad idea). But Anakin is the main character, I just can't see them skipping him and doing Sebulba. Love the idea of revamped Naboo fighter (say what you will about ep 1, but I've always loved that ship). Problem with -that- one is I doubt they'd make chromed pieces for it as they did with 10026, and without the chrome, it simply wouldn't have the punch.

Arguments are dead on for the Eta-2 fighter. It's a neat enough ship, but I don't think it's any more likely to succeed than the Aethersprite. Still, done right, it could work. I honestly believe one of the problems with the Aethersprite is that it just wasn't a very good model. I have it, and much as I want to love it (I loved that ship from the movie), it's got flaws. It's blocky in places, and the entire underside is almost completely ignored.

The others I don't have strong feelings about either way. So tl;dr - I'd like to see an N-1 and an Eta-2. I don't think either is likely.

@Kry$ - surprised I didn't see the Sith Infiltrator on the list here. I don't really care for it, but it's definitely got some screen time.

@RonnyN - that other building block company has the license to Star Trek, so don't expect any Lego Trek any time soon.

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By in United States,

A UCS Republic Gunship pleeeease!

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By in United Kingdom,

I would love to see a range of buildings in a similar vein to the creator modular buildings of Corruscant. Which possibly could be connected laterally and vertically plus each one includes a speeder.

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By in United States,

None. Trying to forget the prequels.

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By in United States,

The color would be a pain to get right but I would love UCS Naboo Royal Ship.

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By in Netherlands,

A Droid Control ship would be pretty cool. Perhaps something with different opening sections, each depicting a different scene.

If Lego really has balls, for the 20th anniversairy they would release a bust a la Darth Maul, only this time depicting Jar Jar.
(Hey, if a rumored UCS Porg is gonna happen, one can dream)

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By in United States,

UCS PT sets are an interesting topic. UCS seems to be a brand heavily dominated by the OT because OT fans are older and have more disposable income. Obviously they are going to be the ones interested in buying big, expensive sets that are more for display than play. I think the Jedi Starfighter was a testbed for a potential line of real UCS PT sets, but it kinda flopped sales-wise so they abandoned the idea of making more.

BUT, that was 8 years ago and I think we're at a turning point for the PT. Most people who grew up on those movies are adults now, and prequel nostalgia is on the rise. And clearly we're at a point where LEGO is running a bit thin on viable new OT UCS sets since remakes of already-made sets are on the rise. That's why I think they should take a shot at a UCS Venator. It's a naturally big set, it's a great design, it's one of the more iconic vehicles from the PT, and it would look great next to the UCS Star Destroyer. I think it would do quite well. After that they could maybe take a look at some of the other iconic designs from the PT.

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By in United Kingdom,

I would love them to release the Trade Federation Control Ship with mini naboo fighters and Droid Starfighters

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By in Canada,

Still waiting for an A-wing.

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By in Singapore,

@Aanchir I beg to differ. The biggest part of the prequels was the clones, and the Venator was a symbol of the clone army. The Venator, LAAT Gunship and AT-TE were symbols of the might of the clone armies and despite not having as much screen time as the Jedi starfighters, these are among the most worthy sets to have.

And the Venator is one of the more sought after UCS-level MOCs, easily on par or even surpasses the Nebulon-B frigates.

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By in Hungary,

We badly need an UCS PORG! :)

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By in United States,

I’m surprised you didn’t suggest an UCS royal Naboo starship. Granted, the chrome would make it pretty expensive. But it would be a beautiful display piece.

@HUN_Sector: I somehow get the feeling that is in the works.

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By in Puerto Rico,

Hailfire Droid, Clone Turbo Tank, Venator Cruiser and AT-TE.

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By in United States,

What about Luke's Land Speeder? That would be AWESOME!

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By in Belgium,

I would love to see them tackle the curviness of the Geonosian Fighter or Dooku's Solar Sailer in all their necessary UCS glory.

Otherwise, I find the ARC-170 much more interesting in its details than the ETA-2.
And of course, a Repbublic Gunship would be awesome.

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By in United States,

How about a UCS Slave I? In Jango's colors, that is. Based on screen time, this would make far more sense than Boba's version!

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By in United States,

I want the Naboo palace with the throne room, darth maul fight room (I dunno what it's called exactly) and the starfighter garage.

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By in United States,

^ This. I am flabbergasted no one else has thought of a UCS Theed Palace! Seems unlikely with another big tan castle, the Harry Potter D2C Hogwarts coming, but maybe eventually it will happen.

There definitely is demand for a UCS Invisible Hand, as a Lego Ideas project got 10,000 supporters and made it to the LEGO review a couple years ago.

Also I was surprised to learn the General Grievous statue was UCS. I want one.

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By in United States,

Jango's Slave. Agreed.

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By in Australia,

When I saw your suggestion for Jedi Temple my first thought was “LEGO Architecture: Star Wars Collection”. Would be great to see some Star Wars buildings and ships in the Architecture set style such as
Yavin Base
Jabbas Palace
Cloud City
Mos Eisley
Nabbo Palace
Death Star 1 and 2
Endor shield generator
And could do Skyline style with multiples buildings from the same planet

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By in United States,

I love the idea of the power function clone turbo tank and would buy it in a heatbeat. Sebulba’s podracer would be amazing. I would be interested in Genisis arena and Venator class star destroyer. I think a UCS senate room thing set would be really neat or a UCS battle droid factory has potential but would be very expensive.

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By in United States,

Dooku’s solar sailor would also be really good, be reasonably priced. It does have very limited screen time.

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By in Hungary,

Delta-7 is a boring, schematic ship, it was a mistake to releasing an ucs set based on it. Eta-2 is more cool but suffering by the same course as the other prequel ships: not enough screen time/appears in only one episode. I mean we saw Luke's x-wing, Millenium Falcon, Star deatroyers for a whole trilogy.

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By in United States,

We need UCS' of The Sequel Trilogy and the Standalone Movies like SOLO and Rogue One.

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By in United States,

I'd like a UCS U-wing! With a cabin big enough for the crew, and side-by-side pilots' seats.

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By in United States,

For sure the Jedi Interceptor, it is my favorite vehicle from Star Wars and that opening battle scene from RotS is my favorite moment from any Star Wars movie.

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By in Canada,

I own only one set from The Trilogy That Shall Not Be Named, and that only because it was a gift from my wife.

I do not feel the lack.

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By in United Kingdom,

I only need a lifesize, UCS accurate Natalie Portman please :)

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By in Netherlands,

Buste of Jango Fett or Boba Fett
AAT !
Hammerhead class cruiser

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By in South Korea,

ARC-170 for sure

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By in France,

MTT, Republic gunship, ATTE, Arc 170, general grievous' wheel bike(maybe), U wing.

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By in Australia,

UCS rathar or ranchor? even scarlacc??

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By in United States,

Really have to disagree on including the Geonosis arena in your list. It's an open pit with some pillars. Maybe you can include one wall section with Poggle's viewing stand, but realistically you're only looking at a playset with brick-built creatures. Try to go UCS and you're going to have a bigger debacle than Insult on Hoth.

The Juggernaut and the Pod Racer could be troublesome because of stability issues. However, the Juggernaut also gets a boost because it also appears in Rogue One.

As for good options not on the list, I'd say the AT-TE is tops, followed by the LAAT and the ARC-170. Maybe an AAT Amidala's ship would be cool if they'd be willing to commit to chrome pieces, but that seems unlikely.

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By in United States,

Oh, and don't forget a true minifig scale MTT, with 560 pieces devoted to Battle Droids! XD

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By in United Kingdom,

I would really love it if they made x3 Kit's -inc:- a UCS Version of the Twilight ,a Version of Jek-14 Stealth Fighter or a version of the General Grievous Wheel Bike ,I know these aren't from the Prequel's (apart from the wheel Bike) but they would make excellent UCS Kits(or even updated versions for plp who missed out on the originals).

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By in United Kingdom,

Rays speeder

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By in Italy,

Munificient Frigate

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By in United States,

UCS Otah Gunga

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By in United States,

What about a What's Missing: Lego Marvel Super Heroes? It always seemed odd that Lego never went back like with Star Wars to cover previous MCU films.

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By in United States,

Its my understanding that 10178 is a UCS set, why isn't it on your list?

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By in United States,

A minifigure scale AT-TE would honestly make a great UCS, and I imagine it would be pretty successful considering its prominence within the PT and Clone Wars.

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