A new line of Lego Sets Star Wars Diorama construction kits was introduced today by the LEGO Group, allowing fans to recreate their favorite moments from the original trilogy using Lego Sets bricks. Here are the specifics.
Fans of A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back will be able to create a model that they can exhibit after they finish constructing the three new kits, which include important sequences from both films.
A New Hope was the inspiration for the #55329 This is a fun run through the Death Star’s trenches for Lego Sets Star Wars Death Troopers It’s up to the diorama builders to reproduce Darth Vader’s pursuit of Luke Skywalker, who is fighting to destroy the newly-built Death Star for the Rebellion’s triumph. Finally, in the immortal words of Darth Vader, “The Force is strong with this one,” the project may be declared complete.
More than 4 inches (10 cm) tall, 8.5 inches (22 cm) broad, and 6 inches (15 cm) deep, the set has 665 parts. The following are the costs: 89.99 AUD, 79.99 CAD, 59.99 EUR, 54.99 GBD, and 59.99 USD
This Death Star Trash Compactor Diorama Construction Kit Allows You To Recreate The Heartbreaking Star Wars:
A New Hope moment when Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia Organa are abandoned after escaping from Detention Block AA-23. Authentic elements like moving walls and the head of a dianoga are among the many highlights of this set, which also include C-3PO, R2-D2, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia. To seal the deal on this iconic moment, use Han Solo’s wisecrack: “One thing’s for sure, we’re all going to be a lot slimmer.”
More than four inches (10 cm) in height, eight inches (21 cm) broad, and six inches (15 cm) deep define this set, which has 802 pieces. The following are the costs: At $149, 99 AUS/CDN/EUR/GBP/US$89.98, the item costs a total of $149.99 by using Lego Discount Code.
Construction Kit Is Perfect
The #75330 Lego Sets Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama construction kit is perfect for enthusiasts who want to pay respect to the phrase “feeling the Force.” Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back fans may revisit some of the most memorable scenes from the hut of Master Yoda in Dagobah’s marshes thanks to this stunning exhibition. Complete with Minifigures of Yoda, Luke Skywalker, and R2-D2 included. The 1,000-piece set has a height of almost 6 inches (16 cm), a width of 11 inches (29 cm), and a depth of 6.5 inches (17 cm). In this case, the prices are as follows: $79 GBD/$79 USD / $119 AUD/$109 CAD
Pre-Orders For The New Sets
Pre-orders for the new sets may be made beginning today, March 24th, via the Online LEGO Shop’s Lego Sets Star Wars department. The models will be available through the Lego Sets Star Wars part of the Online LEGO Shop, official LEGO shops, and other merchants beginning on April 26, 2022. On top of LEGO.com and LEGO shops, Walmart will be selling the #75339 Lego Sets Star Wars Death Star Trash Compactor Diorama construction kit.
For further information, speak to a representative at your local retailer. Visit the Lego Sets Star Wars area of the Online LEGO Shop to find all three sets.
In your opinion, what should I do? How do you feel about the new diorama kits from Lego Sets Star Wars? If so, where are you getting them from? In the comments box below, please feel free to share and debate!
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- Every week, a brand-new Lego Sets page will include a new mini-build!
The LEGO Website
I thought our readers would like a new component on the Lego Sets website. LEGO.com/Creativity is where you can find it. This page focuses on free-building and creative play, as the name suggests. Among the items in this section are tutorials for making arts and crafts, as well as Lego Sets home décor projects. And the finest part is the weekly mini-builds, in my view.
Small Lego Sets creations that you may create from your own collection are featured in the weekly mini-builds, which include animals, automobiles, mythical creatures, and other entertaining things. Among the vehicles featured in last week’s theme were a racing car, a red tractor, and an adorable ice cream truck. The PDF instructions for each project may be downloaded by clicking on the photos in the gallery.
Download The Project’s Instructions
It seems that just two weeks’ worth of builds are available at a time, and I can’t figure out how to obtain older versions. You may not have the time to construct them right now, but if you want to save them for future reference, you should at least download the project’s instructions. I’ve included links to the PDF instructions I was able to save during the last three weeks for your convenience:
- Ice cream truck, construction crane, polar bear, frog, dinosaur, race automobile
Some of these efforts remind me of Lego Sets creative ideas website from a few years ago. These are quick and easy constructions that you may work on when you have a limited amount of time. Additionally, they’re fantastic for speed-building competitions and for keeping youngsters engaged on a wet day.
In your opinion, what should I do? Are these mini-builds to your liking? How many of them do you have in mind? Please share your ideas for further little projects. In the comments box below, please feel free to share and debate!