Lego star wars 10030 imperial star destroyer

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The Imperial Navy was the largest and most destructive military in the Star Wars Universe. At its peak, it was known to have over 25,000 Star Destroyers and over two billion personnel.

Imperial Star Destroyers have always been highly appraised by fans both in the movies and in the form of LEGO Star Wars sets. Since 1999, Star Destroyer sets have been relatively rare but all have become fan favorites. Therefore, our mission today is to compare them all and see which one is the best LEGO Star Destroyer.

10030 Imperial Star Destroyer

Although the LEGO Star Wars UCS line officially began in 2007, we can easily include the 10030 Imperial Star Destroyer from 2002 in the UCS group of sets. Needless to say, it was the first set of this scale with 3104 pieces. Although it was released almost two decades ago, it has remained as one of the most loved Lego Star Wars sets out there.

The UCS Star Destroyer we will see in October will be a remake of this 2002 version. The details included in this monstrous ship are wonderful even after all these years. Few sets can give you that feeling of completeness, not even the majority of newer UCS models.

Overall, if you get your hands on this set, you will be a lucky man. There are no minifigures included but a LEGO set of this scale was intended for adults anyway, and is impressive enough on its own.

Piece Count: 3104

Original Retail Price: $299

10030 Imperial Star Destroyer

6211 Imperial Star Destroyer

While this set was remade and significantly improved in 2014, the original edition had some positive aspects that we will now discuss. The newer version had an excellent minifigure selection but this version from 2006 had a unique selection even for today’s standards.

Darth Vader is the most obvious minifigure to be included in every Star Destroyer set but this set also had Grand Moff Tarkin and two Royal Guards which continue to be relatively rare. In addition, there were a couple of interesting droids included.

There weren’t many playability features included but at the price point of $99.99, this was an incredibly worthy set.

Piece Count: 1366

Minifigures: Darth Vader, Grand Moff Tarkin, R2-Q5, Stormtrooper x2, Royal Guard x2, Imperial Officer, MSE-6 Droid

Original Retail Price: $99.99

6211 LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer

8039 Venator-class Republic Attack Cruiser

It is only natural that we include the Republic Attack Cruiser that the Empire used to construct their Star Destroyers. It is easy to notice the similarities between the two ships the main one being their similar structure. Star Destroyers, however, were significantly larger and with more destructive power.

This Venator set has always been a fan favorite. Even today, people search for a way to add it to their collection. The prices you will see today, however, are significantly higher.

The set itself does not include too many playability features. On the other hand, it does make a really beautiful display set and the minifigure selection is great. It is a great collection piece that is worth the extra cash.

Piece Count: 1170

Minifigures: Clone Gunner, Chancellor Palpatine, Senate Commando x2, Clone Pilot

Original Retail Price: $119.99

8039 Venator-class Republic Attack Cruiser

8099 Midi-Scale Imperial Star Destroyer

Midi-Scale sets have always been widely unappreciated by fans. They are small, they have no minifigures included, and they come at a very high price point for a set so small.

However, once you get your hands on one of these, you realize that they have a lot more potential. Not everyone can afford the massive UCS sets or even the regular large sets from the seasonal lines. Midi-Scale sets allowed fans to have their favorite ships in a smaller scale but with a lot of details.

Overall, the Midi-Scale Imperial Star Destroyer has a great design and is a great display set. In terms of playability, you should not expect anything. Honestly, the creators could have thrown a minifigure in the set just to justify the price and also satisfy the collectors.

Piece Count: 423

Original Retail Price: $39.99

8099 Midi-Scale Imperial Star Destroyer

10221 Super Star Destroyer

Following the impressive Imperial Star Destroyer from 2011, we have another exceptional UCS set known for its size and details – 10221 Super Star Destroyer.

This set came out in 2011 and quickly became a hit in the LEGO Star Wars community. Unlike many other UCS models, this one has an incredible minifigure selection. Overall, this is a LEGO set that stands out in basically every possible category. It is extremely large standing at 4 feet in length, it has a unique shape, and the details on the upper section are unique.

Needless to say, this is one of those LEGO sets that will attract the attention of even the most uninterested person.

Piece Count: 3152

Minifigures: Darth Vader, Admiral Firmus Piett, Bossk, Dengar, IG-88

Original Retail Price: $399

LEGO Star Wars 10221 Super Star Destroyer

75055 Imperial Star Destroyer

This is the newer edition that I mentioned earlier and we will now discuss why it is altogether a better version. To begin with, this newer model is smaller than the original one while also placed at a significantly higher price point.

However, it has a lot more features both inside and outside and is overall a far sturdier build. Compared to the older version, it does not feel like it can break while you carry it around. Unfortunately, the small size doesn’t really fit this set. Honestly, knowing the real size of this ship in the movies, something so small does not feel right.

The minifigures selection is excellent as I already mentioned. It does, however, lack the diversity that we saw in the original edition. After all, it had Grand Moff Tarkin and two Royal Guards. Honestly, for this higher price point, we should have seen at least one or two more minifigures as seven simply feels too few.

Piece Count: 1359

Minifigures: Darth Vader, Stormtrooper x2, Mouse Droid, Palpatine (Hologram), Imperial Navy Trooper, Imperial Crew, Imperial Officer

Original Retail Price: $129.99

75055 Imperial Star Destroyer

75190 First Order Star Destroyer

The First Order is the successor state of the Galactic Empire, therefore, it is fair to add the most recent Star Destroyer set from 2017. As you most likely already know from the new Trilogy, the First Order Star Destroyers are very different from the ones we knew in the Imperial Navy.

Overall, this set has an incredible build and a variety of playability features. The minifigures are quite straightforward and the only interesting one has to be Supreme Leader Snoke. Otherwise, you get a variety of First Order soldiers which you can add to your collection of minifigures.

Still, these figures are all available in smaller and cheaper sets, including battle packs. Maybe the creators should have included something more exclusive instead.

Piece Count: 1416

Minifigures: Supreme Leader Snoke, BB-9E, First Order Shuttle Pilot, First Order Officer, First Order Stormtrooper, First Order Stormtrooper Sergeant

Original Retail Price: $159.99

75190 First Order Star Destroyer

75252 Ultimate Collector Series Imperial Star Destroyer

In 2019 LEGO released the all new UCS Imperial Star Destroyer which eclipsed the original Ultimate Collector Series Star Destroyer in every way. Improved detail, better building techniques and over all screen accuracy are are just some of the areas where the 17 year gap between models shines through.

There is a huge difference in price too with the new model costing an extra 400 dollars. Of course inflation has much to do with that along with extra quality. This UCS Star Destroyer is no doubt an amazing display piece which would instantly be a talking point of any display. Similar to the original, the set also includes a mini Tantive IV build to recreate the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope.

Unlike the original, this Star Destroyer includes two minifigures. A Junior Imperial Officer and Imperial Crew Member. Not the greatest selection of minifigures but this is a UCS set and they often do not.

Piece Count: 4784

Minifigures: Imperial Officer (Junior), Imperial Crew Member

Original Retail Price: $699 / £649

75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer box front

Final Thoughts

Now that you have seen all Star Destroyers that LEGO has released, which one is your favorite? Are you a fan of the regular Star Destroyer or do you prefer the new First Order version?

5 thoughts on “Comparison of Lego Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer Sets”

You forgot 4492 Mini Star Destroyer from 2004! One of the oldest sets I own.

Thanks Geoff, I was only really including sets over a certain size, so keychains, microfighters and minis were left out. Thanks

I personally like things that are large and detailed, but I also like playable features, so I really don’t know which one I like the most. Probably the very first one or the new UCS one because I just really like size and detail most out of anything.

I have Set 75055 and set 6211, and 75055 is by far the better built set. the older one is cool with the escape pod that works, and it’s a little bigger with more mini figures I think, but it’s incredibly fragile just holding it the bottom caves in. but the newer one is very solid, it even has a hook that comes out of the top so you can hang it or use it as a Cary handle. But both are very cool.

I have 750055 right now in my room and it is very cool. It has a lot of minifigs and a full interior and exterior. Really cool set.



10221 Super Star Destroyer is a classic Star Wars Ultimate Collector's Series set released on September 1, 2011. It contains 3,152 pieces. The set also includes a mini-scale Imperial Star Destroyer made to scale in comparison to the Super Star Destroyer. It was designed by Kurt Kristiansen.

Contents

Description

The Super Star Destroyer measures 124.4 cm (50 inches) long and is made of 3152 pieces. This set includes a redesigned IG-88 and Dengar and a new minifigure, Admiral Piett, along with a Darth Vader minifigure. The set features a smaller representation of the bridge featuring the walkway for Darth Vader, the computer panels on either side of the walkway down below where Admiral Piett takes command and the bounty hunters standing by the exit of the bridge.


Bossk makes his second appearance to date but his variation remains identical to the one from 8097 Slave I released in 2010. Dengar makes his second appearance to date with his first being in 6209 Slave I. Dengar has been re-designed with extra details. Admiral Piett makes his first and only appearance in this set featuring the same face used for Professor Snape in the 2010 Harry Potter sets. Darth Vader appears in his latest variation for the second time with his first being in 10212 Imperial Shuttle. This variation of Darth Vader features a cartoon like face featuring white pupils and added detail.

The set also includes a new Palpatine hologram piece which also appears in one other set, 7964 Republic Frigate.

Background

The Executor was Darth Vader's personal flagship, serving in the Battle of Hoth, and the subsequent asteroid chase with the Millennium Falcon. The battle over Endor saw the destruction of the massive 19 km ship when Arvel Crynyd, Green Leader, rammed into its bridge in a kamikaze attack when he was hit. The Super Star Destroyer plummeted into the unfinished Death Star, causing enormous damage and killing most of the Galactic Empire's best officers.

Notes

  • This is the longest Star Wars set in measurement to date. and Dengar (Variant Two) are exclusive to this set.

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The Super Star Destroyer Executor has arrived! This jaw-dropping vessel is the personal flagship of Darth Vader, and serves as command ship at both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor. With its classic dagger-shaped design, the Executor is among the largest and most powerful vessels in the Star Wars galaxy. With over 3,000 pieces, measuring nearly 50"" (124.5 cm) long and weighing nearly 8 pounds (3.5 kg), every aspect of this fantastic LEGO® Star Wars™ model impresses. Includes 5 minifigures: Darth Vader, Admiral Piett, Dengar, Bossk and IG-88.

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Перво-наперво стоит отметить, что это последний коллекционный набор этого года, о котором ходили хоть какие-то слухи, обо всех остальных грядущих наборах конструктора нет совершенно никакой информации.

Внешний вид коробки (не забудьте пролистать галерею вправо) не вызывает никаких сомнений о том, на кого равняется этот набор. Точно такая же форма коробки была у Сокола Тысячелетия (№75192, я напоминаю, что в Соколе 7541 деталь и это до сих пор самый большой серийный набор Лего в истории). На коробке изображена самая первая сцена самого первого фильма о Звездных Войнах – Эпизод IV «Новая надежда». Весь набор является крайне детализированной копией именно того устрашающего корабля, что гонится за Республиканским Тантивом IV.

Что касается задней стороны коробки, то она не менее красивая, чем передняя, хотя и вызывает у меня несколько вопросов, ну что за дорога, на которой стоит крейсер, и море сзади? Верфи, на которых производятся корабли такого класса, находятся в космосе, а не на поверхности планет.

Так же стоит отметить, что данный набор является реинкарнацией классического коллекционного ультимэйт набора №10030 (третье фото в галерее), однако новый набор существенно больше прародителя 3104 детали, против 4784 детали у нового набора. Таким образом он больше звезд смерти, но меньше двух соколов и занимает почетное третье место среди наборов Лего Star Wars по величине.

Ничего не имею против , не побоюсь этого слова, настоящего символа Звездных Войн, крейсера, который наводит страх на жителей всех уголков Галактики, но невозможно не заметить, то, что The Lego Group идут по пути «успешных» компаний (читай Disney) выпуская ремейк за ремейком. Из того что мне приходит в голову в "Ultimate Collection Series" нет культового шагохода АТ-АТ или звездолётов из новых эпизодов, и много чего еще, но мы получаем еще один Разрушитель (спасибо, что не Сокол). Хотя, если быть честным, то я бы гордился этим набором, будь он в моей коллекции.

Данный гигантский набор представляет собой полую модель. На этот раз панели не открываются, и не скрывают внутри отсеков, кают и рубок управления. Нет тут и Дарта Вейдера и других видных лиц Галактической Империи. Но две минифигурки все же есть. На подставке (которая в высоту поднимает разрушитель на 7 см) имеется памятная табличка с краткими характеристиками крейсера. Обратите внимание на размер двигателей, они действительно огромные!

10030 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer

10030 Imperial Star Destroyer was a 3,096 piece Star Wars set released in 2002. Its initial production featured light gray elements but subsequent production runs have contained mixtures of light gray and light bluish gray elements. It measures 37" by 23".

It was retired in February 2008 with a lifespan of 65 months. The current value for a new and sealed Imperial Star Destroyer is estimated at 1 694,00 € with an average yearly gain of about 9%. On the secondary markets the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between 1 282,00 € and 1 804,00 €. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between 522,00 € and 768,00 € depending on the condition.

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  • At the time of release it was the largest set (in size) ever created until 10143 Death Star II.
  • The Rebel Blockade Runner and Star Destroyer can be used to recreate the opening scenes to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • This was the first set to have over 3000 pieces.
  • It contains a mini Rebel Blockade Runner.
  • Instructions for this set came in a glued spine version or a spiral bound version.
  • Its initial production featured light gray elements but subsequent production runs have contained mixtures of light gray and light bluish gray elements.

Imperial Star Destroyer Reviews

“The release of the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer confirmed that TLC was serious about providing very large, very detailed, and very expensive sets that AFOLs would crave. Overnight the greeble technique would also become standard practice on sets.”

“ Although the LEGO Star Wars UCS line officially began in 2007, we can easily include the 10030 Imperial Star Destroyer from 2002 in the UCS group of sets. Needless to say, it was the first set of this scale with 3104 pieces. Although it was released almost two decades ago, . More it has remained as one of the most loved Lego Star Wars sets out there.”

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About Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series

The Ultimate Collector's Series, or UCS, is a LEGO subtheme of Star Wars introduced in 2000 and was meant to be more detailed and aimed at older builders. These Ultimate Collector's Series sets tend to be larger, and more expensive than typical sets.

Ultimate Collector Series was introduced in 2000 and currently consists of 35 sets. As of today, 10018 Darth Maul is the most valuable Ultimate Collector Series set with an estimated new/factory sealed value of 2 624,00 €.

Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Imperial Star Destroyer set 10030 was released in September 2002, retailing for 300,00 €, but has since been retired. New, unopened Imperial Star Destroyer sets are valued at 1 694,00 €, while used sets can be found for 625,00 € in good condition.

This is the most awesome ship in the Star Wars universe. The Imperial Star Destroyer is the massively huge, incredibly powerful heart of the Emperor's fleet. Manned by the top crew in the Imperial Navy, the Star Destroyer was heavily armored and bristling with turbo lasers and tractor beam projectors. One Star Destroyer alone was enough to strike fear into an entire star system. Now you can add the Imperial Navy's best-known and most powerful ship to your LEGO Star Wars collection. Measuring an impressive 37" by 23", this model dwarfs any LEGO Star Wars ship ever produced. This beautifully designed and one-of-a-kind collector's item comes with a special display stand and collectors card. Also includes an exclusive Rebel Blockade Runner Mini-Model, so you can recreate the opening scenes of Star Wars IV: A New Hope.

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