10 LEGO sets that have never been made (so far)
The year 1999 was a big one for Star wars Fans. There was the release of The phantom menace, the first entry in George Lucas’ prequel trilogy. And it also marked LEGO’s first adventure in a galaxy far, far away.
Toy makers released a variety of different sets to celebrate TPM in theaters, and in the years since, have launched many new recreations. However, not all is Star wars The films came to life in shiny plastic form, with a few potential sets still missing in 2021.
ten Naboo Throne Room
Naboo is a Star Wars planet that has become iconic since its first appearance. It’s a beautiful place ruled by Queen Padme Amidala and features in all three prequels, albeit to varying degrees. While it’s pretty, it’s also, unfortunately, associated with Anakin Skywalker’s infamous quote “ I don’t like sand. ”
Still, the throne room is majestic and certainly deserves the LEGO treatment. This is where Padme conducts many negotiations with the Trade Federation and is a popular battleground on the Star Wars: Battlefront 2 video game. If that were to be done, it would allow obsessives to recreate epic scenes from the previous first film – and they would definitely be a winner.
9 The Senate
When The phantom menace came out for the first time, some have complained about the amount of political speech crammed into the blockbuster. But no one had a problem with the Senate chamber itself which, thanks to the use of advanced technology, still stands up to the special effects that occur in Hollywood today.
It is a grandiose building containing hundreds of small capsules. This would obviously be a complicated set for the LEGO team to put together, but it would definitely be worth it, especially since it’s the setting for the epic lightsaber duel between Palpatine and Yoda in Revenge of the Sith.
8 The Jedi temple
Also introduced in The phantom menace, and reappearing in Attack of the clones and Revenge of the Sith, is the Jedi temple. And of all the sets on this list, this one has arguably the best potential of the bunch.
It could contain the Jedi Chamber where the council meets, putting Anakin Skywalker in place several times in the process. Another feature may include the library where Darth Vader sets out on a murderous rampage in Revenge of the Sith. And it would definitely be worth including the training room where Yoda puts the young Jedi to the test. All in all, it is certainly a surprise that this has not already been done.
While Attack of the clones Released in 2002, finishing fourth at the box office that year, LEGO still hasn’t done anything with the planet Kamino. It’s an important place, being the setting where Jango Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi fight while also being the birthplace of all the clone troopers who, in time, would become stormtroopers for the loathsome Imperial Empire.
So it is another that deserves the treatment of the brick. Putting together the aforementioned scenes would be a lot of fun and could contain rare minifigures like Jango, young Boba Fett, and even Lama Su, who makes the introduction between Kenobi and the Bounty Hunter.
6 Petranaki arena
When it comes to great battle sequences, Star Wars is never stingy with action. And Attack of the clones produced a memorable final fight at the Petranaki Arena on Geonosis, with Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Padme Amidala all on death row by Count Dooku having already been captured.
All three face certain death but, luckily, they are able to fight their way to survival. LEGO has produced small Geonosis sets over the years, but not the Arena itself, which is expected to include figures of the Monsters, Dooku, and other Jedi as well. Fans have tried it out over the years, but something official would definitely go well.
5 Lars farm
Of all the locations in Star Wars, the planet Tatooine is perhaps the most memorable. Yet despite this, there still hasn’t been a Lars Homestead LEGO set. This is where Obi-Wan leaves Luke Skywalker at the end of Revenge of the Sith, with the Jedi shown growing up there with Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru during the events of New hope.
There are rumors that could indeed come out in 2021 but, until there is clarification, this is only speculation at the moment. If that’s true, the Luke, Owen, Beru, and Kenobi minifigures should all be considered essential, given their association with the location.
4 Yavin temple
LEGO has released massive sets in recent years, especially when it comes to Star Wars. Full-scale versions of Endor, Bespin, and Tatooine have all been shown at large receptions. And another that deserves the same treatment is the Yavin Temple, which appears in New hope and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Given New hope is arguably the biggest title in the original trilogy, and it’s where the Rebel Alliance orchestrates the destruction of the first Death Star, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a huge version of Yabvin brought to life. in plastic form. Figures such as Mon Mothma, Leia Organa, and Jyn Erso – all in their appropriate outfits – must all be included.
3 Canto Bight
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Definitely a shared opinion when he returned in 2017. And the scenes set in Canto Bight seemed to attract a lot of negativity, probably because they were taking place at the same time things between Kylo Ren, Rey and Supreme Leader Snoke were starting to happen. .
However, even if it is, Canto Bight looked fantastic. Everything was golden and the casinos and the taste of gambling made it a beehive unlike anything else. Rian Johnson may have had criticism, but a LEGO Canto Bight set would always be appreciated, especially for people keen to recreate the eighth film in the saga.
2 Ruins of the Death Star
LEGO has released smaller sets over the years and, for lightsaber duels in the saga, it’s a move that certainly makes sense. There was the Mustafar Battle Pack, while a special set was built for Luke and Darth Vader’s clash on Bespin. So for The Rise of Skywalker, the fight between Rey and Kylo Ren should get the same treatment.
It is, after all, a moment to remember: the grandchildren of Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine, the two greatest villains in the entire saga, lock sabers. A Han Solo figure would also be pretty sweet given the way he appears, bringing Ben Solo back to the light side of the force despite being assassinated on Starkiller Base two films before.
Speaking of battles, nothing regarding Exegol has been put in place so far. Which, considering this is where Palpatine is ultimately defeated after all these years, means he warrants getting the LEGO treatment.
Ben Solo and Rey, with their blue lightsabers, should be included. And so would an updated Palpatine figure, perhaps with a rotating head to represent his return to full power. Exegol was a brilliant planet to feature in the final film of the saga, which could be revisited later.
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