Lego star wars rogue one sets

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Let’s celebrate 45 years of Star Wars™!

Hey! It’s Bob here! I was so excited that all my favorite LEGO® Star Wars™ heroes and villains from a galaxy far, far away are coming together to celebrate Star Wars™ 45th anniversary at the movie theater! I want to get a selfie with Grogu 😎! Who would you like to get a selfie with?

Grogu’s brick-built gift!

Hey! It’s Bob. I 💚 Grogu, don’t you? He is sooo cute. But what will happen when he finds a load of LEGO® bricks and uses the Force to build a special gift for The Mandalorian 🎁? Watch this hilarious video to find out!

Find your angles

Here are some great tips and tricks from Suné Horn on how to add the right lighting, angles and effects to your shots. Remember that you can make your own lighting kit in your home with what you have! You can always use natural light, or if you want something more dramatic you can add a spotlight!

Making snowy scenes

How do you make a snowy scene come to life? Watch how Benedek Lampert uses ordinary things around his house like flour, cardboard and garbage bags to build a snowy mountain-scape for his amazing brick photo. You can add even more details to your photos when you get creative. Make trees out of cardboard or position your minifigures doing cool moves by using paper clips!

Learn Why Snot Rocks​

It may sound funny, but SNOT is no joke. It stands for ‘Studs Not On Top’ and it’s a great way of building with LEGO® bricks! Building the SNOT way means angling your bricks in a way that brings landscapes to life. Check out this video where David Hall takes you through how he used SNOT to build his Brickorama, and for examples of how you can do it yourself!

How to Make a Minifigure Walk

Want to learn how to make your Stormtroopers™ march? In this video, Forrest Whaley demonstrates the process of creating a minifigure walk in stop motion animation. It can help to watch how people walk to get the movements down. When you put one leg forward, swing the opposite arm of the minifigure forwards. With each movement, shift the torso just a little bit to make it look a little more realistic. Then, once you’ve created this small walking loop, you can repeat it! Check out the video for a full tutorial.

Make it move

Simple movements can make big changes to photos. Try out different ways to make your scenery move around your models or find ways to make your models move on their own! Fishing line can be a great tool to make things look like they’re floating and moving on their own.

How to Build a Background

One really cool way to add depth, light and movement into your Brick Film is to use a projection in the background. In this video, Forrest Whaley teaches you about a rear screen projection and how he uses animation and a projector to make his backgrounds move. You can do this in your own home by using a computer, tv or tablet screen in the background!

Carving Up the Competition | LEGO® STAR WARS™: Celebrate the Season

Ahsoka Tano and Darth Maul have an epic pumpkin carving duel in the Mandalore throne room. Bo Katan cheers Ahsoka on while Gar Saxon and troops root for Darth Maul. Who's going to create the winning Jack-O'-Lantern? Tune in & find out! If you want some more Halloween inspiration for what you can do with your Star Wars models, check out our other videos!

Bring your still life to life

It’s time for a little Grogu™ still life practice! Grab your minifigure and follow along as Casper teaches you how to make your minifigure drawing float. The first step is creating a base sketch out of pencil so you can make changes to the face and body shape until you get it just how you want it. Then, go over all the lines, including the details, with a thin marker. Next, go back around the outside of the drawing with a thicker marker. This will give your minifigure some weight on the page. When it comes to color, try using different hues of the same color to create depth and show off the details. And now for the final step – making it float! Use a soft color under the minifigure to shade in a little spot that kind of mimics the shape of your minifigure. Think about what your shadow would look like if you were floating!

Try a hand-drawn Hunter™

Try your skills at drawing a speedy scene from The Bad Batch™ featuring Hunter™. Get a good look at your hoverbike and minifigure, then start drawing! First you will want to draw everything down in pencil. Pay attention to any details. For this base layer it’s OK to make mistakes! Also, fill in the surrounding page with things like motion lines and dust to make it look like your bike is speeding! Next, outline everything in a thin black marker and then the outer-most line with a thicker black marker. When it comes to color, be sure to use different hues to build shadows and highlights in your drawing. It’s those details that really bring it to life. To make your bike hover, add a hoverbike-shaped shadow below your drawing. The darker the shadow, the lower it looks to the ground. Finally, push those highlights with a white paint pen or colored pencil.

Brick BIG

Creating a LEGO® diorama, or Brickorama, is a great way to show off your building skills while also telling a story captured in time. Brickoramas can be small or BIG like this Brickorama by David Hall. In his build, he’s telling the story of The Bad Batch™ being hunted down by Imperial Troops in the forests of Daro™. Desperate to find cover, the gang reaches a hillside where they meet Crosshair™ alongside a pack of Stormtroopers™. In the skies, a fierce battle between good and evil is taking place. Watch his how-to videos to get some info about how to create your own Brickorama and tell your story.

Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor™

Brave Obi-Wan Kenobi is ready to launch another daring mission in his sleek Jedi Interceptor. Jump into the cockpit and lower the Astromech Droid into position. Then arm the spring-loaded shooters, extend the wings and get ready to launch!

Assault on Hoth™

Get ready for epic battles on ice planet Hoth like never before! This fantastic LEGO® recreation of the Rebel force's Echo Base from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back has all the details you need to create your own epic ice-planet battles. Set out on scouting missions with the Snowspeeder armed with twin spring-loaded shooters, and when you spot the enemy speeder bike, get back to base and help Luke, Han and the other Rebel heroes lock down the blast doors, ready the laser cannons, man the gun turrets with dual spring-loaded shooters and power up the devastating ion cannon, also with 2 spring-loaded shooters! This amazing model has so many more features, including a service area with crane, control room area, power generator with explode function, rotating communication dish, scout post with dual stud shooters and a Tauntaun with its own stable. There's even a Wampa cave (with Wampa) for Luke to escape from! This amazingly detailed set's modular design also means that you can create your very own Rebel base configuration. Prepare for ultimate LEGO Star Wars action! Includes 14 minifigures with assorted weapons: Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Toryn Farr, Rebel Officer, Wes Janson, Wedge Antilles, K-3PO, 5 Rebel troopers and 2 Snowtroopers, plus an R3-A2, Tauntaun and a Wampa.

Luke's Landspeeder™

Help Luke and C-3PO track down Jedi legend Ben Kenobi in his fast landspeeder. Open the trunk, grab the binoculars and scan the horizon—but watch out for the dangerous Tusken Raider and hungry womp rat!

Advance on the Rebel Hoth base with the awesome LEGO® Star Wars AT-AT microfighter. This small-scale version of the real Imperial Walker features a posable head and legs, 2 flick missiles and even a mini cockpit for the AT-AT Driver to sit in. This mean microfighter is going to take some stopping! Includes an AT-AT Driver with a blaster pistol.

Naboo Starfighter™

Recreate the exciting Naboo hangar scene from Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace in which young Anakin Skywalker helps his Jedi protector, Obi-Wan Kenobi, fend off the attacking Trade Federation forces. Open the cockpit of the Naboo Starfighter, position the access ladder and load up Anakin and R2-D2. Then fire the twin spring-loaded shooters to send the Destroyer Droids and Battle Droids flying! As well as lots of authentic detailing and a cool R2-D2 ejector function, this LEGO® Star Wars model also comes with a fueling station and a rotating stand to mount the model on. Includes 3 minifigures with a weapon and accessory: Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and a Naboo Pilot, plus R2-D2, 2 Battle Droids and Battle Droid Commander with assorted weapons.

First Order Snowspeeder™

Zoom into Resistance territory with the First Order Snowspeeder. Seat the First Order Snowtrooper in the cockpit, fire up the engines and get ready to fire the shooter. This fast microfighter is ready for battle!

Death Star™ Final Duel

Reenact the epic final duel between Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine from the movie Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. This amazing LEGO® Star Wars recreation of Emperor Palpatine's throne room aboard the second Death Star features loads of great play details, like swing-out side sections for easy play, opening entrance doors, Force Jump function, collapsing stairs and bridge, reactor shaft, and detachable throne section with rotating throne and hidden Lightsaber pop-up function. Can Luke overpower the Royal Guards? Will Lord Vader rescue his son from Palpatine's deadly Force Lightning attack and send the evil Sith Lord tumbling down the reactor shaft? Only you can decide! Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons: Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine and 2 Royal Guards.

Kanan's Speeder Bike™

Help Kanan sneak past the Stormtrooper on his speeder bike and hook up the containers loaded with weapons. Can he make a quick escape before they spot him? It's up to you to decide.

Stormtrooper™ Helmet

Recreate the sinister look of a Star Wars™ Stormtrooper Helmet in LEGO® bricks with this collectible build-to-display model. Capture the iconic shape and details of the helmet with LEGO elements plus graphic stickers. You’ll need the skill level of an elite shock trooper to complete the task, then proudly display your creation at home, in the office… or wherever else you want to in the galaxy!

Who can stop the Empire's intimidating AT-AT™ – All Terrain Armored Transport – walker? Seat the AT-AT™ Driver and a Snowtrooper™ in the cockpit of this mighty war machine and move the head to aim the spring-loaded shooters. Pose the legs, trigger the trap door in the body and open up the side hatches for enhanced playability. Collect the 75049 Snowspeeder (sold separately) to play out the classic Battle of Hoth scene from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back! Includes 5 minifigures withassorted weapons and an accessory: AT-AT™ Driver, General Veers™, Snowtrooper™ Commander and 2 Snowtroopers™.


Take realism to new heights with the amazing T-47 Snowspeeder. Marvel at the intricate detailing, top and bottom opening airbrakes, rotating rear gun, and opening cockpit for the Rebel Snowspeeder Pilot and Rebel Snowspeeder Gunner. When you're done playing, mount the model on the stand with informational fact plaque and display it for all to see.

Duel on Mustafar™

Fire up your Lightsabers for a sizzling duel between Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker! Leap onto the service platform and mining droid to do battle above red-hot lava. Slide and spin into attack. But beware of lava explosions. You can fold out the Mustafarian mine for unlimited battle action with your friends. But will good or evil triumph? You decide!

“The Last Jedi” 360 Experience

Take part in a fully immersive 360-degree experience as you build the battle and take part in a unique LEGO® adventure that is set in the same time and location of Star Wars “The Last Jedi”. Create vehicles from the movie and watch them do battle as both Resistance and First Order try to seize control.

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Minifigures Making Moves

Want to add some character emotion to your set-up? Pay attention to your minifigures! With little arms that wing, tiny hands that rotate and different facial expressions you can do a lot with a minifigure. Take a look at this video to see how David Hall brings his minifigures to life!

“This is my face”

Think painting the iconic Boba Fett™ will be too difficult? Think again!

Boba Fett’s Throne Room Party

When Boba Fett and Fennec Shand step away for a mission, their underlings throw an impromptu party in the throne room that spirals out of control.

The Pumpkin Batch | LEGO® STAR WARS™: Celebrate the Season

In a scary pumpkin patch, the Bad Batch take out battle droid guards in order to retrieve pumpkins for a grateful village. All seems to be going according to plan, until an old friend shows up to spoil the fun. If you want some more Halloween inspiration for what you can do with your Star Wars models, check out our other videos!

Use the elements

Water, metal, smoke, light – Use the elements you have to your advantage to add texture and atmosphere to your brick photos. Benedek Lampert is an expert at finding new ways to use things like metal and wire to bring his photography to life. Try capturing mist or a lens flare from a reflection to bring your image to life.

Take to the skies

Bring your Brick Photos to life by taking your models into the sky! Build your scene and hang your models from above to add some drama to your story. Be sure to use lighting to create depth in your shot!​

The Race is ON!

Check out this amazing space race Brick Film. Using minifigures and builds from across the galaxy together in fun and exciting ways, LEGO® Star Wars™ fan Forrest Whaley has made his adventure real!

How to Create Flight

Want to make a Speeder fly? Bring big action to life using transparent bricks! In this video, David Hall takes you through all of the pieces and techniques he uses to make his ships appear to be flying in his Brickorama. What can you make fly in your Brickorama? Give it a try!

LEGO® Star Wars™: This is how we play!

Big shout out to all of you brilliant Brick Artists, Brick Filmmakers, Brick Photographers and Brickorama Experts! Keep playing with us and don’t forget to unlock your LEGO Star Wars Puzzle Box this Friday! Featured LEGO® Star Wars™ creators: AdmirableWinzar011 AmbitiousMorro024 Capture CleverToothpaste036 CreatorYoung011 EmperorTrainedSoup EmpressFitCamera FantabulousMinibeard032 HertogModderigeBallon KıdemliÖzelMaydanoz KollegeGesunderBulle KorpralTålmodigMejsel LordBancoFiero LordWizardy021 MajesticMartian042 MaskedBison047 MedievalMonkey046 NieszkodliwyBrygadierKrait PontosKanálÚr ReTormak020 SargentoAlbatrozDeterminado SeigneurBrainsteinPrécieux SenseiJellylikeTruck SleepyHippo049 SuperhumanDonkey032 SurprisingVardy048 WielkiPorucznikZiemniak WizardyPsyclone044 WydajnyImperatorBrainstein YoungestLuckySieve ЛейтенантЗвёздныйЛобстер

Find the way

Discover the steps of how to create epic Star Wars™ themed drawings with just pencils! Watch as Scott Anthony builds up his scene by layering details and colors over a base sketch. Try this yourself with your favorite Star Wars characters!​

Trick-or-Treat | LEGO® STAR WARS™: Celebrate the Season

As the Mandalorian searches door to door for Grogu in Moff Gideon’s light cruiser he comes across something. unusual. The Stormtroopers are celebrating and handing out candy. Will the Mandalorian be able to find Grogu despite the Halloween festivities?

How to Get Started on Your First Brick Film

It can be hard to know where to start when making your first stop motion Brick Film. In this video, Forrest Whaley talks about the importance of an animatic – or a sketch of what he is planning for his Brick Film. The first thing you want to do is decide on the story you want to tell. Then, you can make quick sketches of each scene you want to have in your film. Don’t forget to add in transition shots showing how you get from one shot to another. Watch this video to see how Forrest makes his animatics.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a subtheme released in Fall 2016 and Spring and Summer 2017 as part of the Star Wars theme, to coincide with the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in theatres. Many sets have been released, some of which are based on vehicles in the movie, and some based on minifigures based on the characters in the movie.


A rebellion built on hope!

Star Wars Rogue One As Told By LEGO Disney-0

Research scientist Galen Erso and his family are in hiding on the planet Lah'mu when Imperial weapons developer Orson Krennic arrives to press him into completing the Death Star, a space station-based superweapon capable of destroying an entire planet. Galen's wife Lyra is killed in the confrontation while their daughter Jyn escapes and is taken to safety by Rebel extremist Saw Gerrera.

Fifteen years later, cargo pilot Bodhi Rook defects from the Empire, smuggling a holographic message from Galen to Gerrera on the desert moon Jedha. Rebel intelligence officer Cassian Andor frees Jyn from an Imperial labor camp at Wobani before bringing her to the Rebel leaders, who convince her to find and rescue Galen so the Alliance can learn more about the Death Star. Unbeknownst to Jyn, Cassian is covertly ordered by General Draven, an Alliance military officer, to kill Galen rather than extract him.

Jyn, Cassian, and reprogrammed Imperial droid K-2SO travel to Jedha, where the Empire is mining kyber crystals to power the Death Star while Gerrera and his partisans are engaged in an armed insurgency against them. With the aid of blind spiritual warrior, Chirrut Îmwe and his mercenary friend Baze Malbus, Jyn makes contact with Gerrera, who has been holding Rook captive. Gerrera shows her the message, in which Galen reveals he has secretly built a vulnerability into the Death Star and directs them to retrieve the schematics from a high-security Imperial data bank on the planet Scarif.

On the Death Star, Krennic orders a low-powered shot from the superlaser to destroy Jedha's capital, causing Jyn and her group to take Rook and flee the planet, but Gerrera chooses to remain and die with the city. Grand Moff Tarkin congratulates Krennic before using Rook's defection and security leak as a pretext to take control of the project.

Rook leads the group to Galen's Imperial research facility on the planet Eadu, where Cassian chooses not to kill Galen. When Krennic directs that Galen's main team be killed for causing the security leak, Galen confesses that he is responsible, but the research team is executed anyway. Jyn makes her presence known moments before Rebel bombers attack the facility, resulting in Galen being wounded. Jyn reunites with her father, only to have him die in her arms before she escapes with her group on board a stolen Imperial cargo shuttle. Krennic visits Darth Vader, seeking his support and an audience with the Emperor, but Vader dismisses his appeal for recognition.

Jyn proposes a plan to steal the Death Star schematics using the Rebel fleet but fails to get approval from the Alliance Council. Frustrated at their inaction, Jyn's group is supported by a small squad of Rebel volunteers intent on raiding the databank themselves. Arriving at Scarif via the stolen Imperial ship, which Rook dubs "Rogue One", a disguised Jyn and Cassian enter the base with K-2SO while volunteers attack the resident Imperial garrison as a distraction. The Rebel fleet learns about the raid from intercepted Imperial communications and deploys in support. K-2SO sacrifices himself so Jyn and Cassian can retrieve the data. Îmwe is killed after activating the master switch to allow communication with the Rebel fleet. Rook is killed by a grenade just after informing the Rebel fleet that it must deactivate the shield surrounding the planet to allow the transmission of the schematics. Malbus dies in battle shortly after. Jyn and Cassian seize the schematics, but they are ambushed by Krennic, who shoots Cassian.

Krennic corners Jyn, declaring the Empire's victory, but Cassian, who has survived, shoots and wounds Krennic. Jyn transmits the schematics to the Rebel command ship. The Death Star enters Scarif's orbit, where Tarkin uses the weapon to destroy the Empire's base. Krennic dies in the resulting explosion, while Jyn and Cassian embrace on a beach before dying in the ensuing shockwave.

The Rebel fleet prepares to jump to hyperspace but is intercepted by Vader's flagship. Vader boards the command ship and kills several soldiers in his pursuit of the schematics, but a small starship escapes with them on board. Aboard the fleeing ship, Princess Leia declares that the schematics will provide hope for the Rebellion.

75172 LEGO Star Wars Rogue One Y-wing Starfighter

75172 Y-wing Starfighter was a 691 piece Star Wars set with 5 minifigs released in 2017. The set is based on the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. It was retired in April 2018 with a lifespan of 14 months. The current value for a new and sealed Y-wing Starfighter is estimated around 97,00 € today with current average yearly gain of about 16% but will level off in the next year closer to a 10% annual growth making it a solid investment. On the secondary markets the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between 85,00 € and 99,00 €. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between 75,00 € and 93,00 € depending on the condition.

  • All regions 63
  • United States 48
  • European Union 6
  • Canada 6
  • Germany 2

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Admiral Raddus - sw0816

Moroff - sw0824

Rebel Astromech Droid - sw0809

Rebel Pilot U-wing / Y-wing - sw0793

Stormtrooper - sw0585

Y-wing Starfighter Sets

75249 Resistance Y-wing Starfighter

75181 Y-wing Starfighter

9495 Gold Leader's Y-wing Starfighter

8037 Anakin's Y-wing Starfighter

Sets in Star Wars / Rogue One

75171 Battle on Scarif

75164 Rebel Trooper Battle Pack

75165 Imperial Trooper Battle Pack

30496 U-Wing Fighter

40176 Scarif Stormtrooper

40268 R3-M2

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Set Facts

  • Includes four minifigures: a Y-Wing Pilot, Admiral Raddus, Moroff and a Stormtrooper and a Rebel Astromech droid figure.

Y-wing Starfighter Reviews

“As a Star Wars set, 75172 LEGO Y-wing Starfighter is a very good investment and has been slightly outperforming a typical Star Wars set with an average annual growth hovering around 16%. However, at the current year over year annual return, this set is a investors's must have in their collection.”

“ Definitely a solid set. The build itself looks great and is very accurate. Like 70612, the box art makes the front section look oversized, but the proportions in real life (and on the back) are better. The playability works well. I think there isn't actually a whole lot but . More I find the amount and quality appropriate for the size of this set.”

“ On top of the impressive build and fun minifigs to add to your collection, the play features are enjoyable. This set has some nice parts, but if you keep it together it will also look great on display. It was a set I was eying, but had not committed to obtaining, but now, . More having it in hand, it is very impressive and holds its own against other Star Wars ships.”

“ This is a stellar Y-wing — easily the best redesigned version released since the rather awful original packaged with Darth Vader's TIE Advanced in 1999, and it might even rise to my favorite LEGO Star Wars set from Rogue One so far. With excellent details, a really fun bomb . More bay play feature, solid minifigure selection (excluding the stormtrooper), and nearly 700 pieces for only $60, I can't recommend this set highly enough.”

Subtheme Analysis

About Star Wars Rogue One

LEGO Rogue One, A Star Wars Story is a subtheme of Star Wars released 2016 to coincide with the release of the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story film.

Rogue One consists of 12 sets that ran from 2016 to 2017. As of today, 75156 Krennic's Imperial Shuttle is the most valuable Rogue One set with an estimated new/factory sealed value of 193,00 €.

Star Wars Rogue One Y-wing Starfighter set 75172 was released on February 17, 2017, retailing for 70,00 €, it has since been retired. New, unopened sets are valued at 97,00 €, while used sets sell around 77,00 €.

Expand your Rebel fleet with the iconic Y-Wing Starfighter. The unmistakable workhorse of the Rebel Alliance has been faithfully reproduced with LEGO® bricks and features many play starters, including retractable landing gear, an opening minifigure cockpit, rotating guns, dual spring-loaded shooters, and gearwheel-operated bomb-drop function.

This great model also comes with a weapons loader with turning crane and extra ammo for even more immersive play. Includes four minifigures and a droid figure. Build the iconic Y-Wing Starfighter, featuring rotating guns and weapons loader with turning crane and extra ammo

Featured in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Includes Y-Wing Pilot, Admiral Raddus, Moroff and a Stormtrooper, plus Rebel Astromech Droid LEGO Star Wars building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building Y-Wing Starfighter measures over 2" high, 16" long and 7" wide. Weapons loader measures over 3" high, 6" long and 2" wide.

LEGO Star Wars Rogue One

Forget the embargo that LEGO had on their own LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One sets as they have went ahead and officially revealed the rest of the sets over on their Facebook Page. All the sets will be available starting on Force Friday, September 30.

Sergeant Jyn Erso Buildable Figure (75119)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Sergeant Jyn Erso (75119)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Sergeant Jyn Erso (75119)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Sergeant Jyn Erso (75119)

K-2SO Buildable Figure (75120)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One K-2SO (75120)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One K-2SO (75120)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One K-2SO (75120)

Imperial Death Trooper Buildable Figure (75121)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper (75121)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper (75121)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper (75121)

Imperial Assault Hovertank (75152)

385 pieces – $29.99/£34.99/39.99€
Includes Chirrut Imwe, Imperial Hovertank Pilot x2

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Assault Hovertank (75152)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Assault Hovertank (75152)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Imperial Assault Hovertank (75152)

AT-ST Walker (75153)

449 pieces – $39.99/£39.99/49.99€
Includes: AT-ST Driver, Rebel Trooper, Baze Malbus

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One AT-ST Walker (75153)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One AT-ST Walker (75153)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One AT-ST Walker (75153)

TIE Striker (75154)

543 pieces – $69.99/£59.99/69.99€
Includes Imperial Shoretrooper, Imperial Ground Crew, TIE Pilot, Rebel Trooper

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One TIE Striker (75154)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One TIE Striker (75154)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One TIE Striker (75154)

Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155)

659 pieces – $79.99/£64.99/79.99€
Includes Bistan, Rebel Trooper, U-Wing Pilot, Cassian Andor, Jyn Erso

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155)

Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle (75156)

863 pieces – $89.99/£79.99/99.99€
Includes K-2SO, Bodhi Rook, Pao, Director Krennic, Imperial Death Trooper x2

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Krennic's Imperial Shuttle (75156)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Krennic's Imperial Shuttle (75156)

LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One Krennic's Imperial Shuttle (75156)

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Star Wars is a licensed theme introduced in 1999. The theme is based on material from the Star Wars franchise of films, cartoon series, comic books, video games, and other media. The theme covers all six films, along with The Clone Wars movie and TV series. Also, some Expanded Universe sets have been released, with at three The Old Republic sets to released in the second wave of 2012 and the first wave of 2013. The Star Wars license is scheduled to expire in 2022. [1]


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The Galactic Republic was a peaceful government that lasted for more than twenty-five thousand years. Then, in Episode I, the Trade Federation (later known as the Separatists), a trading group, has been convinced by the evil Sith Lord Darth Sidious, who was actually Senator Palpatine, to attack the world of Naboo using their Droid Army. They attacked, but Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn were called in from Coruscant, and they freed Queen Amidala and her advisors and pilots from the droids and fled to Coruscant, but had to stop at Tatooine for repairs after they broke through the Droid Navy blockade at Naboo. Later, they met Anakin Skywalker, a Force-sensitive slave on the world. After going to his house and meeting his mother, Qui-Gon Jinn realized the potential that Anakin had in himself and believed that he was the chosen one. Later on Anakin entered a podrace and won first place and enough money for the others to repair the queen's ship. Then Anakin left Tatooine to grow up and become a Jedi Knight. The queen had asked the new Supreme Chancellor (Palpatine) for help on the invasion of her planet, but she didn't get that much help from that. So the only choice she was left with was asking the Gungan army for help. This was now the Battle of Naboo. It was the Gungan Army, and the Naboo Army against the Trade Federation. Anakin had stumbled into a Naboo Starfighter and had flew off into space to destroy the Droid Control Ship, while the others had been fighting off droids. They all then stumbled into Darth Maul, so the plan was Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan fight him off while the others deal with the droids. In the battle in space, Anakin destroyed the ship and saved the Gungans from certain defeat, and possibly death. Amidala and her troops succeded in their part. So did Obi-Wan, but in order to have this happen Qui-Gon got killed by Darth Maul, which lead to the anger and sorrow that built up in himself, so he instantly flipped, grabbing his master's lightsaber, and cut Darth Maul in half. There was then celebration on Naboo.

Later in Episode II, the Trade Federation called in two assassins, Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett and Clawdite assassin Zam Wesell, to assassinate the Senator of Naboo, Padme Amidala. After the attempt was quelled by her bodyguards, Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker, Kenobi was sent to Kamino to track Jango Fett. While he was there, he discovered that a clone army was being created at the request of the now dead Jedi, Master Sifo-Dyas. Anakin was ordered to stay and guard Padme on Naboo. Obi Wan found out that the Separatist Alliance was building a droid army, so he tried to inform the Jedi Council, and then was captured, but Anakin and Padme were on Tatooine because Anakin was searching for his mother, and they picked up the message. Then, the two went to Geonosis but were also captured, but a strike team of Jedi came to rescue them. After a short skirmish, Master Yoda came with the Clone Army to rescue the Jedi. Then, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi attempted to capture Count Dooku. Count Dooku escaped after cutting off Anakin's hand. The Clone Wars had begun.

In Episode III, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and the Republic fought against a large Separatist Navy fleet in orbit of Coruscant. They boarded cyborg General Grievous's flagship,the Invisible Hand and dueled Count Dooku, and freed Chancellor Palpatine from him, who was being held prisoner. Palpatine wanted Anakin Skywalker be his personal representative of the Jedi Council. The Jedi approved, but did not grant him the title "Jedi Master". Anakin became angry at the Jedi Order for not letting him become a Master, and got even angrier that Palpatine, who was Anakin's friend, was untrusted by the Order and they wanted Anakin to spy on him. Anakin refused, and later Kenobi and the 212th Attack Battalion was sent to Utapau, a world where Grievous was spotted, and Anakin had to stay on Coruscant. Later, Yoda went to Kashyyyk in the Outer Rim to defend it from the invading Separatist forces, and then Palpatine gave the Clone troopers across the galaxy Order 66, contingency order that branded Jedi traitors to the Republic. Clones across the Galaxy turned on their Generals and killed them, and only a few survived. Anakin became a Sith named Darth Vader, and went to the volcanic world of Mustafar where he received the order to "Take care of the Seperatists". Then Padmé arrived and told him what Obi-Wan said. Obi-Wan, who was secretly aboard, looked at what happened,and Vader force-chokes Padmé. The 2 battle, and Vader lost, got his legs cut off, then fell near a lava river, but was rescued by Palpatine and a squad of Shock troopers. Padmé is taken to a hospital, where Luke and Leia are born. Padmé dies, having lost the will to live, Yoda exiles himself to Dagobah, Bail Organa adopts Leia, and Luke is brought to his Uncle and aunt, Owen and Beru on Tatooine.

In the standalone film Rogue One, the scientist Galen Erso was captured by the Galactic Empire. His daughter, Jyn, was rescued by Saw Gerrera, a veteran of the Clone Wars. Thirteen years later, Jyn joined the Rebel Alliance. She, CaptainCassian Andor, and the reprogammed Imperial droid K-2SO, travelled to the moon Jedha to convince Saw to release the Imperial defector Bodhi Rook, who had a message from Galen. In the message, Galen revealed a flaw in the secret superweapon called the Death Star, and instructed Jyn to recover the Death Star's plans. Jyn, Cassian, and K-2SO, along with Guardian of the Whills Chirrut Îmwe and former Guardian and soldier Baze Malbus, escaped Jedha just as the Death Star destroyed the city they were in, while Saw and the other inhabitants were killed. On Eadu, Director Krennic led Galen to admit to betraying the Empire by putting a flaw in the Death Star. Before Galen can be taken care of, however, Rebel Alliance members bombed the station and killed Galen shortly after he was being reunited with Jyn, much to her grief. The Alliance deemed Jyn's words as not enough proof to the flaw in the Death Star, and Jyn, Cassian, and others formed the group Rogue One. Rogue One attacked the planet Scarif and stole the plans. The plans were received by the Alliance, but Scarif was destroyed by the Empire, killing Rebel and Imperial forces alike. The rebels barely escaped an attack from Darth Vader on the ship Tantive IV.

Soon after, in Episode IV, Princess Leia, who was a member of the Rebel Alliance and owner of the Tantive IV, were being pursued by Vader's flagship, the ISD Devastator. She was captured after Stormtroopers, Imperial soldiers, boarded the ship and killed everyone onboard. She put a message for Obi-Wan Kenobi and the Death Star plans in R2-D2, an astromech droid. Him, along with a protocol droid named C-3PO, went to Tatooine in an escape pod. The two wandered in the desert but were captured by Jawa creatures, and the Empire sent troops to find them. Luke Skywalker was a teen living on the desert world of Tatooine, was Force-sensitive and wanted to go to the Imperial Academy, but his Aunt and Uncle didn't let him for another year. Later, his Uncle purchased two droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO, an Astromech and a Protocol droid, to work around the farm. When R2-D2 went missing one day, so Luke and C-3PO went after him. They found him but were attacked by Tusken Raiders, and were rescued by Obi-Wan, who called himself Ben Kenobi. Luke found out that Kenobi was a Jedi, and Kenobi told him he was Force-sensitive, and he should train to become a Jedi. The four stumbled upon a destroyed Jawa sand crawler who were the ones that sold Artoo and Threepio to Luke. He went back to the farm and saw that everything was destroyed. He left with Ben to the world of Alderaan with Han Solo and Chewbacca and the droids, but they saw that the world was destroyed by the Death Star. They were captured by it, and rescued Leia from the prison while Ben turned off the Tractor Beam, and was killed. The others escaped to the Rebel base, and after an attack on the Death Star, it was destroyed.

Later in Episode V, Luke joined the Rebellion and was patrolling around Echo Base on the frozen ice world of Hoth. The Empire was searching for the Rebel base and sent an Imperial probe droid to Hoth, and Luke was thought it was a meteor crash. He was attacked by a Wampa ice creature, but later escaped from it and was rescued by Han Solo, who stayed around the base longer then he bargained for. Later, the Empire attacked with Snowtroopers and massive All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT ) walkers, led by General Veers. Luke lead a squad of snowspeeders to take out the walkers, but failed and the base was lost. The surviving Rebel troops evacuated. Han, Leia, Threepio and Chewbacca were followed by a squad of Star Destroyers, and fled into an asteroid field hoping they would give up the chase. They landed inside and asteroid, but realized it was a space slug, and quickly left. They then headed to Cloud City, where Han's friend Lando Calrissian was located. Later, Han was betrayed by Calrissian, captured, and Luke left his training on Dagobah, a swamp world that was residence to master Yoda, and went to Cloud City. Han was taken by Jango Fett's son, Boba Fett, to the crime lord Jabba the Hutt and was frozen in carbonite. Leia, Luke, Chewie, R2, Threepio, and Lando escaped.

In Episode VI, Leia tried to rescue Han from Jabba's palace on Tatooine but was captured. Luke came to try to rescue Han, Chewbacca, Leia, Threepio, and R2, but was taken prisoner. He then was forced into a pit with a horrible rancor monster, but managed to kill the beast. Luke was to be thrown into the mouth of the Sarlacc, but managed to get to Jabba's sail barge, destroy it, and escaped with Leia, Han, Chewie, Lando, and the two droids. They made it to the Rebel fleet, where the space attack on the Death Star II battle station over the forest moon of Endor was being planned. Luke, Han, Chewie, Leia, and the droids were to go down to the moon's surface with a group of Rebel Commandos and destroy the shield generator bunker on the planet surface. They left to the world and made it past the blockade, and landed. They went to the bunker, but had to fight Scout troopers on speeder bikes and Leia was lost and captured by Ewoks. Then, the strike team waited near the bunker while the droids, Luke, Han, and Chewie searched for Leia, but were captured by Ewoks, but freed and were made part of the tribe. They then attacked the bunker, and the fleet attacked the Death Star, and Luke told Leia that she was his sister and Vader was their father, and left to Vader to turn him to the light side. The bunker was destroyed after a battle, and Luke managed to turn Vader to the light side but Vader died while killing the Emperor on the Death Star. Meanwhile, the Death Star II was destroyed. The Rebel Alliance, Ewoks, and other planets (like Tatooine, Coruscant, and Naboo) celebrated the fall of the Empire. Luke saw the spirits of Yoda, Obi-Wan, and Anakin during the celebration. After watching them, he turned back to enjoy the festivities.

Thirty years later, in Episode VII, an organization called the First Order was led by Snoke, who wanted to find Luke Skywalker and end the Jedi. Leia now led the Resistance, a force that battled the First Order. Poe Dameron, the Resistance's best pilot, gived his droid, BB-8, the map to Luke. BB-8 met the scavenger Rey, while Poe escapeed with the stormtrooper FN-2187, who he nicknameed "Finn". Rey and Finn met each other, and they escaped with BB-8 on the Millennium Falcon, which was recaptured by Han and Chewbacca, the original owners. They headed to Takodana and met Maz Kanata, who gave Finn the lightsaber that once belonged to both Anakin and Luke Skywalker when Rey is captured by Kylo Ren, Han and Leia's son, who was obsessed with following in Darth Vader's footsteps. Rey was rescued on Starkiller Base, a killer of entire planet systems, while Han was killed by Ren, who attacked Finn and Rey. Rey retrieved Finn's lightsaber and defeated Kylo Ren, and Starkiller Base was destroyed. Rey and Finn escaped on the Millennium Falcon, and Snoke sent General Hux to retrieve Ren, saying that "it is time to complete his training". Rey went to the planet Ahch-To and finally met Luke, handing him his old lightsaber.

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At its start in 1999, Star Wars was one of the first officially licensed LEGO themes released, alongside with Winnie the Pooh. The theme was originally planned to end in 2007, but was renewed and slated for discontinuation in 2011. Despite this, LEGO renewed the license yet again until 2016. After that had been announced, Lego established another contract guaranteeing the continuing of the theme at least until 2022. So far, from 1999-2011, there have been 236 LEGO Star Wars sets, including regular sets, Star Wars Mini sets, Midi-scale sets, TECHNIC, Mindstorms and Ultimate Collector Series sets. In 2005 they changed the faces from yellow to a flesh coloured which also continued when Harry Potter used the flesh colour for the brand.

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