Celebrating 20 Years of LEGO Star Wars!

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LEGO Star Wars is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year and five sets are being released to mark this occasion. Each model takes inspiration from a previous set which is a lovely idea, although I believe some of the retired sets that were selected are surprising.

Now therefore seems like a perfect opportunity to discuss the Star Wars products which may benefit from an update. This article includes sets from the Original and Prequel Trilogies as I think they represent the twenty year history of LEGO Star Wars more effectively than models based upon the modern films or animated television series.


Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

75258 Anakin's Podracer - 20th Anniversary Edition is a reasonable selection for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Only two minifigure-scale versions of the craft have been released and the last one was in 2011 so it certainly feels worthy of an updated model. Moreover, the minifigure selection is similar to 7131 Anakin's Podracer from 1999 which is pleasing, although a Pit Droid would have been welcome.

However, previous sets have included multiple Podracers or been sold alongside sets which contain additional vehicles. I am therefore hoping that a new rendition of Sebulba's craft, or perhaps another pilot, will become available soon. Gasgano's Ord Pedrovia machine would be particularly suitable as that appeared in 7171 Mos Espa Podrace during the very first year of LEGO Star Wars.

Other vehicles are also worthy of an update. 7184 Trade Federation MTT was produced in 1999 and its successor, 7662 Trade Federation MTT, is probably among the greatest Star Wars sets to date! I would love to see a new model of the transport, incorporating modern curved slopes, but there are alternative subjects that feel more suitable for such a substantial model during this anniversary year.

A smaller product might therefore be more appropriate, in which case 7115 Gungan Patrol would be a great candidate. The enormous Gungan Grand Army has only been the focus of a single set and that was released nearly two decades ago. Perhaps an updated version would more closely resemble a traditional Battle Pack, containing four Gungans and one Kaadu. After all, the majority of Gungan troops are not mounted in the film.


Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

700 sets have been produced since the LEGO Star Wars theme began in 1999 but one stands out as being especially worthy of a remake in my opinion. 7133 Bounty Hunter Pursuit was produced in 2002 and represents an ideal subject for a LEGO set as two small vehicles are included along with a couple of important characters. Such products are usually extremely popular.

The recent unveiling of 75243 Slave I - 20th Anniversary Edition provoked some discussion about 7153 Jango Fett's Slave I and its potential for an updated model. Boba Fett's vessel is probably more famous but several models have already been released, the latest of which appears in 75222 Betrayal at Cloud City. A new version of Jango Fett's Slave I might therefore be appealing, especially if some Kaminoans were included.

I would also be interested in a new version of 4478 Geonosian Starfighter. The earliest rendition of this sleek vehicle was released in 2003 and a set based upon Star Wars: The Clone Wars followed in 2011 but I still believe there is scope for improvement. Furthermore, an updated set could provide a brilliant opportunity for army building.


Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

LEGO has produced more sets for Revenge of the Sith than any other Star Wars film, including several remakes such as 75233 Droid Gunship and 75234 AT-AP. These are superb models in my opinion but I see little desire for them as the last renditions were only retired four years ago and the subject vehicles are not particularly popular.

75261 Clone Scout Walker - 20th Anniversary Edition therefore seems more suitable for the twentieth anniversary celebration as the set which provides inspiration, 7250 Clone Scout Walker, was released in 2005. Nevertheless, I believe there are other Episode III sets more deserving of a remake, including some of the Wookiee craft which also formed part of the initial Revenge of the Sith range.

On that basis, 7258 Wookiee Attack and 7260 Wookiee Catamaran both seem perfect for an updated model. Raddaugh Gnasp fluttercraft and Oevvaor catamarans both appear more prominently than the Droid Gunship or AT-AP and could certainly take advantage of modern pieces and building techniques to improve upon the original sets from 2005. Personally, I would be inclined to reduce the size of a new Wookiee catamaran as the earlier model appears oversized when compared with the film.

7255 General Grievous Chase also offers significant room for improvement in my opinion. A modern version of the Wheel Bike was released in 2014 but Obi-Wan Kenobi's Varactyl mount, Boga, has not been updated since 2005. Moreover, updating the pursuit on Utapau would provide an opportunity for LEGO to create a Commander Cody minifigure based upon Episode III, thereby satisfying many fans.

The climactic lightsaber duel on Mustafar is pivotal to the entire Star Wars saga so its relative scarcity across the LEGO Star Wars range is surprising. 7257 Ultimate Lightsaber Duel is the only set focused entirely upon the battle while 9494 Anakin's Jedi Interceptor contains a tiny section of the duel. A new version would therefore be welcome but might not be suitable for the twentieth anniversary as I think such a model would share few features with 7257 Ultimate Lightsaber Duel.


Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Comparatively few vehicles and locations appear during the Original Trilogy so the majority of potential subjects have been represented in multiple sets. In fact, the only possibility that really stands out to me is 10198 Tantive IV. This vessel was chosen to celebrate the tenth anniversary of LEGO Star Wars and would be perfect for the twentieth anniversary too, although rumours abound that an Ultimate Collector Series model will soon be produced.

An updated version of 6211 Imperial Star Destroyer might also offer some potential. Star Destroyers are exceptionally popular and the latest model was released in 2014 so I would be delighted to see a modern design, although that seems unlikely given the continued availability of 75190 First Order Star Destroyer in certain regions. In addition, I think the majority of Star Wars fans would be more interested in an Ultimate Collector Series model than one designed to interact with minifigures.

The only other subject which might be appropriate for the twentieth anniversary is Darth Vader's TIE Advanced x1. This imposing starfighter first appeared in 7150 TIE Fighter & Y-wing from 1999 before returning ten years later in 8017 Darth Vader's TIE Fighter. On that basis, an updated set seems ideal for 2019, although the TIE Advanced x1 is found in 75150 Vader's TIE Advanced vs. A-wing Starfighter so that may reduce interest in a new model.

75262 Imperial Dropship - 20th Anniversary Edition therefore seems like an excellent celebration of the anniversary year. 7667 Imperial Dropship is a vehicle of LEGO's own creation but its box suggests that Tatooine would be an ideal environment for the craft, hence its association with Episode IV. The actual dropship is simple but creating an army of Stormtroopers remains as popular today as it was in 2009!


Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

The Empire Strikes Back is probably the most popular Star Wars movie so it is not entirely surprising that the new twentieth anniversary range includes two sets based upon the film. 75243 Slave I - 20th Anniversary Edition and 75259 Snowspeeder - 20th Anniversary Edition are both sensible choices to celebrate the anniversary, although another vehicle would be even more appealing for me.

4479 TIE Bomber was released in 2003 and there has been considerable demand for an updated set during the last few years. The twentieth anniversary celebration seems like a great opportunity to fulfil that wish and a new model could improve upon every aspect of the original set, potentially capturing a more accurate shape than the earlier TIE Bomber and correcting the colour scheme.

Otherwise, I think the coverage of The Empire Strikes Back has been very comprehensive, especially following the release of 75222 Betrayal at Cloud City in 2018. Another rendition of Echo Base has the potential to be interesting in my view, although an entirely new design would be preferable to updated versions of 7666 Hoth Rebel Base or other past sets.


Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

8038 The Battle of Endor was released in 2009 and is probably the most interesting candidate for an updated set based upon Return of the Jedi. The shield bunker is a central location within the film and would definitely warrant a new model, perhaps following the scale of its predecessor while improving the level of detail. LEGO has produced a couple of different AT-STs in recent years so that could be excluded but I would like the Ewok glider to return, paying homage to the 2009 set and 7139 Ewok Attack.

In fact, 7139 Ewok Attack could provide inspiration for a smaller set, focusing primarily on the Ewoks. That would be an excellent accompaniment for the upcoming 75238 Action Battle Endor Assault and could feature some new Ewok minifigures along with their glider, a catapult and a 74-Z speeder bike belonging to the Galactic Empire.

Jabba's Palace is another important location from the movie and has only been properly represented twice in past sets, unfortunately. A new model would certainly be welcome but I believe many LEGO Star Wars fans might favour a Master Builder Series rendition of the palace. That could contain the Rancor pit, Jabba's throne room and several other chambers, potentially representing a significant improvement over existing products.

Furthermore, there has been some discussion of a new TIE Interceptor recently, especially since the rumours about 75240 Major Vonreg's TIE Fighter began to circulate. That would be interesting as the Imperial craft has only appeared once before in 6206 TIE Interceptor from 2006. However, the current focus upon the First Order TIE Interceptor in Star Wars Resistance probably negates any possibility of an Imperial version at the moment.


My personal selection for the twentieth anniversary of LEGO Star Wars would comprise the following six sets. The proposed prices are based upon LEGO's current pricing structure.

Gungan Patrol - 20th Anniversary Edition - £12.99, $14.99, €14.99 - Gungan Warrior (3), Jar-Jar Binks

  • Defend Naboo against the Trade Federation!
  • Mount the Kaadu's saddle and prepare for battle.
  • Open the booma wagon to release the deadly boomas.
  • Includes booma wagon, Kaadu and four minifigures!
  • Special edition minifigure - Jar-Jar Binks (1999).

Bounty Hunter Pursuit - 20th Anniversary Edition - £54.99, $49.99, €59.99 - Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Zam Wesell, Jango Fett

  • Track Zam Wesell in a dangerous pursuit through the skylanes of Coruscant!
  • Deploy the assassin droid from beneath Zam's speeder and launch missiles using the hidden spring-loaded shooters.
  • Activate the exploding function on Zam's speeder.
  • Discover a concealed storage compartment inside the XJ-6 airspeeder.
  • Includes XJ-6 airspeeder, Koro-2 airspeeder, ASN-121 Assassin Droid and four minifigures!
  • Special edition minifigure - Jango Fett (2002).

Wookiee Catamaran - 20th Anniversary Edition - £44.99, $39.99, €49.99 - Wookiee Warrior (2), Kashyyyk Battle Droid, Yoda

  • Annihilate the invading Separatists aboard the Wookiee Catamaran!
  • Place the minifigures inside the Wookiee Catamaran and load the stud shooters.
  • Take cover behind the Wookiee barricade or fight back using the gun emplacement.
  • Includes Wookiee Catamaran, gun emplacement and four minifigures!
  • Special edition minifigure - Yoda (2005).

75262 Imperial Dropship - 20th Anniversary Edition - £19.99, $19.99, €19.99 - Imperial Stormtrooper (3), Imperial Shadow Trooper, Han Solo

TIE Bomber- 20th Anniversary Edition - £64.99, $69.99, €69.99 - Imperial Pilot, Imperial Stormtrooper, Admiral Ozzel, Lando Calrissian

  • Crush the Rebel Alliance with the TIE Bomber!
  • Open the loading hatch and place the bombs inside.
  • Twist the dial to launch the proton bombs individually or release them together.
  • Fire the spring-loaded shooters.
  • Includes TIE Bomber, three proton bombs and four minifigures!
  • Special edition minifigure - Lando Calrissian (2003)

The Battle of Endor- 20th Anniversary Edition - £109.99, $119.99, €119.99 - Han Solo, Princess Leia, Endor Rebel Trooper, Wicket W. Warrick, Paploo, Wunka, Imperial Stormtrooper, Imperial Scout Trooper, Darth Vader

  • Infiltrate the Imperial shield bunker on the Forest Moon of Endor!
  • Activate the exploding function to destroy the Imperial shield bunker.
  • Open the sliding blast doors.
  • Release rocks from the Ewok glider.
  • Includes Imperial shield bunker, 74-Z speeder bike, Ewok glider and nine minifigures!
  • Special edition minifigure - Darth Vader (1999).


Do you agree with my conclusions or do you think something else would be worthy of a remake for the twentieth anniversary of LEGO Star Wars? Let us know in the comments.

52 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Nice article! I agree with most of your points, but I think 7257 would’ve actually be great as one of these 20th anniversary sets. With the right pricing, it could’ve been the most popular of the wave, especially with people like me who missed out on the original. If action battle sets are continued beyond this wave, and don’t solely focus on the missile launchers, it might actually come back. That’s putting a lot of faith in TLG, though...

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By in Guatemala,

That many Episode III sets and no 501st Battle Pack...

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By in United Kingdom,

I would so totally be more interested in a 20th Anniversary Edition Bounty Hunter's Pursuit than anything in Lego's current Star Wars range, honestly. That set really appealed to me at the time, but I never ended up getting it, so a revisit would be really nice.

Plus, I'd say Zam is long overdue for a new minifigure ^^

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By in United States,

Great article! I like your six set list better than Lego’s. I would really like to see Jango’s Slave I and Boga as well

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By in Netherlands,

We desperately need more Podracers, but many of them are shaped in such ways that it is hard to replicate them. Teemto Pagalies comes to mind, as one of the most prominent racers in the movie.

Zam's Speeder chase would be my next pick for an update, almost criminal that it hasn't happened yet.

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By in United States,

I'm pretty sure that, unfortunately, a tie bomber would be at least $70 given the current prices.

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By in United States,

Also, MandRProductions hinted at an upcoming Mustafar set! I'm exited for it.

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By in United States,

I didn't have the money for the Jabba's Palace update in 2013, so a new version (especially Master Builders) would be very nice. Seems like the only Jabba-related thing Lego's done since then was the skiff update (which strangely wasn't followed by a Sailbarge update).

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By in United States,

TIE Bomber seems like the most obvious one to me. Though personally, I'm going to keep asking for a UCS A-Wing so I can complete my Alphabet Fighter collection. Come on, guys, you gave us B, X, and Y. Leaving out the A-Wing is like... it's like having a SNES controller with only B, X, and Y buttons!

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By in Germany,

I guess I'm one of those rare freaks, but the box art is somehow important to me. If they put whatever sets in a 1999 / 2009 style box, I would buy all of them, no matter the sets, just out of nostalgia, since I've been there in 1999 and started collecting. But with what I saw was their anniversary box art, I will make the same decision by case, by set, as I do since 20 years. My collection of OT sets is already a mess of colors and different box art, it doesn't matter anymore and I don't care about completing any collection.

Oh and my personal wishlist for the anniversary:
1. Anakin Podracer
2. Jangos Slave I
CW LAAT/i
3. Tusken Raider Encounter
4. Yavin 4 battle pack (soldier, mechanic, pilot, R2 unit and hangar cart)
5. Cloud Car
6. Endor speeder bikes

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By in United States,

I think that your estimate for the Battle of Endor set is a bit high considering that there was the idea of removing the AT-ST from it. It should be more like $60 - $70. Ditch one of the Ewok minifigures and it would be fine, but $120 US is excessive and would not sell.
Then again, the whole Star Wars line has become pretty overpriced as a whole. The new wave of sets definitely supports this point.

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By in United States,

The Republic Gunship would be a great add as an iconic set that many wanted and has only been made 3 times (including the enormous version with the walker). Adding Cody to that set would also work.

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By in United States,

There was a third version of Anakin's podracer in 7159 Podracing Bucket.

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By in United States,

I love articles like this! Gives me ideas for sets to make. I've already remade a couple of these on my Flickr but I've been running out of ideas as of late.

Thanks for posting! I'd love to see an MCU one.

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By in New Zealand,

Star Wars, the license that saved Lego.
Was disappointing when a year or so back Lego mentioned the major milestones and turning points throughout its history but completely ignored the fact that SW helped turn its fortunes around in a huge way. Hopefully we get to see a full year of celebrating the 20th Anniversary with some cool sets and promos.

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By in United States,

Nice article and I agree on both the Tie Bomber and the Bounty Hunter Pursuit prices but you left out the Rebel Navy Troopers Battle Pack.

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By in France,

Great article Capn!

The most exciting bit is the possibility of a UCS Tantive IV. If that is true then fantastic.

Would really like the Endor set and tie bomber personally

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By in United States,

Correction: Yoda's minifigure was released in 2002, not 2005, and that was the only version until 2009.

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By in United Kingdom,

Excellent article. I actually really like the idea of a master builder series Jabba’s Palace. It’s not something I’ve ever considered before but it seems ideal for it.

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By in United States,

Updated TIE Bomber, please.

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By in United Kingdom,

@Norikins - Yes, although I imagine the packaging for an updated rendition of the Wookiee Catamaran would give a date of 2005 for the Yoda minifigure, despite its earlier appearance in #7103-1 Jedi Duel from 2002. The figure is available in #7260-1 Wookiee Catamaran too, after all.

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By in United States,

Bounty Hunter Pursuit NEEDS a remake. It was such an excellent set and fun scene form the film I've been begging LEGO to revisit it one of these days. Hopefully we'll get an updated Zam soon...

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By in Netherlands,

Since this year is LEGO Star Wars' 20th Anniversary, we might as well celebrate it big! So my own selection of Anniversary Edition are all bigger sets that could have been spread out over this year (maybe we get more 20th Anniversary Edition sets this year, let's hope!). Don't look at my suggested prices too much, I made some guesstimations around German and Dutch pricing, you might as well just ignore them.

# Episode I: The Phantom Menace #
- Mos Espa Podrace - €129.99
Includes: Anakin's Podracer, Sebulba's Podracer and Gasgano's Ord Pedrovia
Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, Sebulba, Gasgano, Watto, Wald, Pit Droid (2x)
Reason of my choice: It has been 20 years since the original 7171 Mos Espa Podrace was released and the last time we saw any Podracers other than Anakin's and Sebulba's was in 2001. Including three different podracers from the movie would give ample play value.

# Episode II: Attack of the Clones #
- Jango Fett's Slave I - €119.99
Includes: Jango Fett's Slave I
Minifigures: Jango Fett, Boba Fett (Young), Obi-Wan Kenobi, Taun We
Reason of my choice: The fight between Boba Fett and Obi-Wan has never been depicted in a LEGO set and, personally, I think Jango Fett is a very underrated character. In addition, I would really like to see some Kaminoans in LEGO Minifigure form.

# Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #
- Battle of Coruscant - €139.99
Includes: Anakin's Jedi Interceptor, Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor, 2 Vulture Droids and a Droid Tri-Fighter
Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Buzz Droid (2x)
Reason of my choice: The opening of Episode III and the Battle of Coruscant in particular are one of my favorite events in all of Star Wars. Even though all the parts in this set have been released separately in 2014 and 2016 it would be nice to see them combined in a single product like the 7283 Ultimate Space Battle from 2005.

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By in Netherlands,

# Episode IV: A New Hope #
- Imperial Star Destroyer - €129.99
Includes: An Imperial Star Destroyer and a small escape pod
Minifigures: Darth Vader, Grand Moff Tarkin, Imperial Officer, Imperial Crew, Imperial Navy Trooper, Stromtrooper, R2-D5, Mouse Droid
Reason of my choice: At first I wanted to go for the Tantive IV, but the 2009 rendition of this set looks still very good by today's standards, so it could just be re-released with some update minifigures. But I think there would be a higher demand for an Imperial Star Destroyer and it is also a more prominent vehicle in the Star Wars saga.

# Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back #
- AT-AT Walker - €119.99
Includes: AT-AT Walker and a 1.4 FD P-Tower
Minifigures: AT-AT Driver, General Veers, Snowtrooper Commander, Snowtrooper (2x), Luke Skywalker, Hoth Rebel Trooper
Reason of my choice: The last time this vehicle was released was in 2014. Just as I mentioned with my Episode IV choice, the Tantive IV, the AT-AT could also easily be re-released with some updated or different minifigures. All major events from The Empire Strikes Back have been depicted many times and still look good, so it is quite difficult to find a set that really needs an updated version. Maybe something that hasn't been made into LEGO yet could be nice, but wouldn't really work for an anniversary in my opinion. So I think the decision LEGO has made to remake the Slave I from Episode V is a really good choice, but would obviously conflict with my own pick for the Episode II version of the Slave I.

# Episode VI: Return of the Jedi #
- Battle of Endor - €129.99
Includes: The Endor bunker, an AT-ST, 2 scout speeders, a catapult and a glider
Minifigures: Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Chief Chirpa, Paploo, Wicket, Rebel Commando (2x), Imperial Officer, Scout Trooper (2x), Stormtrooper
Reason of my choice: The Battle of Endor is one of the most famous events in Star Wars and also marks the beginning of the end of the Galactic Empire. I very much like the 8038 version from 2009, but I would have liked to see a little more on the inside of the Endor bunker. Jabba's Sail Barge would also be a notable candidate because we haven't seen one being released by LEGO since 2013.
Besides, personally I would be really, Really, REALLY pumped to see a new B-Wing being released, but it is a less notable vehicle from the Star Wars saga and not really suitable for an 20th Anniversary Edition set.

Anniversary Edition sets or not, all these sets that I suggested could be released at any time since they are all from notable moments in the Star Wars saga and probably could be put on the wish lists of many of us (I think).

EDIT: I just found out that a single post cannot hold more than a certain amount of characters, thus I had to split it in two separate posts.

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By in Sweden,

Updated Bounty Hunter Pursuit and TIE Bomber would be like a highlight of my collection if made well. Two of my favorite sets, the first since it really has colors that pops and the second because.. well, it's a bomber, unique design even for a TIE variation, which makes it truly interesting!

Just out of curiosity, are there releasing any more anniversary in the middle of 2019 as well?

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By in United States,

Nice to see Tantive IV referenced, as I'm dying to see a new version of that set on shelves.

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By in United Kingdom,

I’d definitely be keen for a UCS Tantive IV, and for a master builder’s Jabba’s palace...
but the thing I want most of all, is an orange twin-pod cloud car! 2018’s Cloud City set has got me thinking We may never see one though...

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By in United Kingdom,

Seeing the box and vehicles for 7258 Wookiee Attack just reminds me of Star Wars Battlefront 2 (the good one). I spent many hours playing as both sides and using all of the vehicles available.

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By in United States,

Great article! Bounty Hunter Pursuit, Jango Fett's Slave I, TIE Bomber, and TIE Interceptor are all at the top of my list for remakes.

Meanwhile, I'm just finishing up a TIE Interceptor MOC and will hopefully get around to designing a Bounty Hunter Pursuit soon. I've started it a couple of times but always seem to get distracted by other shiny objects in need of LEGO-fication...

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By in United States,

Please just give us an entirely new UCS Mustafar: Battle of Heroes set.

Including the entire path of the battle, green Jedi interceptor, mechanically collapsable platforms and walkways (not knockout functions, actual systems stuff), and of course, the high ground.

Minifigs would include Obi-Wan, Anakin, Padme, Bail Organa, R2, 3P0, Palpatine, 2x Coruscant Guard Clones, Nute Gunray, 2-3 other separatist members, 2x Neimoidian Warriors, 4-5 mouse droids. Plus maybe a few more exclusive figures from around that point in the movie, Fisto maybe.

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By in Singapore,

Not interested in the prequels so no comment there. Major Vonreg's TIE fighter looks nice but I'm going to wait for an updated version of the TIE Interceptor from the original trilogy. How did we go 13 years without a new TIE Interceptor set baffles me.

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By in Australia,

What id do for a remake bigger and better bounty hunter pursuit. one of my fav sets by far

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By in Hungary,

My remake wish list:

EP1:

- Gungan Patrol
- Trade Federation AAT

Ep2:

- Bounty Hunter Pursuit
- Hailfire Droid

Ep3:

- Wookiee Catamaran
- ARC-170 Starfighter

Ep4:

- Darth Vader's TIE Fighter

Ep5:

- Cloud Car
- TIE Bomber

Ep6:

- TIE Interceptor
- Endor Bunker

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By in United States,

I would love a new tie bomber, bounty hunter pursuit and something Endor or Ewok related. I think we are definitely overdue for a new tie bomber and bounty hunter pursuit.

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By in United Kingdom,

A Master Builder Series set seems the perfect choice for a new Jabba’s Palace.

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By in United States,

I'm disappointed in all of the stupid childish looking target practice sets when those set names had a great potential. Now why in the galaxy would lego make ANOTHER boba feat slave I?!?!?!?! They have now made SIX average sized including the one in cloud city. I don't mean to complain but I think it's rather stupid that they did that. A Jango Feat slave I would be much more welcome. As for the rest, I gave up on the SW theme. The only new set I want is the red tie interceptor which is amazing. But I am very disappointed in all these remake sets that are only worse than the old ones...

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By in United States,

Generally speaking Star Wars sets don't interest me too much anymore, but Anakin's Podracer looks incredible compared to the original and I'll probably pick up Slave I as well.

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By in United States,

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay a TIE Bomber! FINALLY!!!

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By in United States,

I'd personally love to see a Master Builder Series Mos Espa Podrace set, with like 6 or more podracers. And pit droids! Last time we had a pit droid was in 2000? What the heck lego?

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By in United States,

100th
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By in United States,

All of them!

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By in Romania,

Just take the opportunity to cancel the theme. Star Wars has to end at some point, and you can't deny that. 20 years it's enough. Just cancel it now and bring back classic space.

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By in Finland,

1 Endor Bunker
2 Tantive IV
3 MTT

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By in United Kingdom,

Well, i'm getting all 5 but would've wanted a different variety of sets as i missed out on the previous sets. (e.g a TIE Bomber.)

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By in United States,

How many Cantina remakes do we have to go through before we get Doctor Evazan and Ponda Baba minifigures?

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By in United Kingdom,

i think a new endor shield bunker would be great as i was quite taken by the last one.

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By in United States,

I really want Duel on Mustafar
There were actually some rumors about a new one coming out in 2019, but there's no new info on that.

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By in Canada,

I feel that a model of young Anakin's home on Tatooine would be pretty cool, considering it would be a way for Shmi Skywalker and other previously non-made minifigures to make an appearance. It could be in the form of Yoda's hut from 2018 and would be a new Episode I set, as this is a rather overlooked Episode in terms of Lego sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

No set should be remade every year for the best 4 or 5 years we've had nothing but remakes i'm sick of it. Its time the lego team start pulling ideas out of their hat and make entirely new star wars sets.

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By in United States,

A lot of these and what others are saying I agree need updates. For me personally I would love to have an updated Watto's Junkyard they could totally make it like Yoda and Luke's huts and then a disassembled podracer that can be put together.
Droid fighter: desperately needs an update from Episode I.
Jedi Defense 1&2: could be combined into one set as a part of the Trade Federation capital ship and have Nute Gunray and one of his advisers and Nemodian officer.
Naboo Swamp: They could probably turn this into Gungan City
The AAT: from Episode I or Clone Wars The size of the Clone Wars version I feel is more appropriate to size
B-wing at Rebel Control Center:
4481 Hailfire Droid or the 7662 MTT
7665 Republic Cruiser

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By in United States,

I'd love to see a Super Star Destroyer! Either re-release the big set or one in the midi scale!

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By in United States,

I think we need a new $1200, no, a $1500 version of the Millennium Falcon.

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