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Star Wars Characters We Would Like To See In LEGO

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Wanted List for Star Wars LEGO Characters

In the last 25 years, LEGO has produced over 920 LEGO Star Wars sets, with the very first one released in 1999 - the LEGO 7140 X-Wing Fighter. Accompanying these sets have been the highly sought-after LEGO Star Wars Minifigures of which there are over 1,300 different variations. Some of the LEGO Star Wars Minifigures have really shot up in value and are now worth way more than the original cost of the sets they came from. A prime example of this is Boba Fett SW0107, who was included with the LEGO 10123 Cloud City released in 2003 for just £78.99. The LEGO Boba Fett minifigure is now worth on average a staggering £1,500.

So, after looking through the LEGO database of Star Wars minifigures, we decided to have a look through the galaxies and see what creatures and characters we would like to be represented in true LEGO stud style.

Mandalorian Star Wars Blurrg Creature

BIG BLURRG

These huge two-legged creatures may appear quite harmless but their enormous mouths are filled with razor-sharp teeth (plus the females are known to eat the males after mating). Blurrgs are used for carrying clone troopers into battle, agricultural labour and everything in between. We have also seen a paddock full of them on Arvala-7 owned by Kuiil and it is here that he teaches Mando to ride one. We’ve had a Dewback, Tauntaun, Rancor and others recreated in LEGO, so we need a Blurrg to graze in our LEGO Star Wars displays - ideally a LEGO Blurrg with Kuiil’s homestead and Kuiil.

Jaxxon Star Wars character figure

JAXXON

This crazy red space-suited rabbit like Lepi is a smuggler who appeared in “Star Wars Adventures Annual” where he was being hunted by Dengar the Demolisher. This IDW published story was appropriately called “Rabbit Hunt”. We just think Jaxxon is a rather cool-looking character and we love the Black Series figure, so believe he would translate well into LEGO. Especially after the release of the LEGO Vidiyo characters, we know LEGO can produce a jazzy rabbit head mould. 

Star Wars Pyke Soldier Figure

PYKE SOLDIER

These spice-obsessed characters began as a concept sketch in 2007, and then this was fine-tuned in 2009. They finally made an appearance in Star Wars The Clone Wars in 2013 in an episode named “Eminence”. They then began to make more appearances, with their first live-action appearance in the 2018 movie, “Solo: A Star Wars Story”. Next, they were seen in the 2021 The Bad Batch series and then again in live-action form in The Book Of Boba Fett. The Pykes are quite nefarious characters and will stop at nothing to gain control of the spice mines, which they manage by striking a deal with King Yaruba of Kessel. Having accomplished this, they spread to other planets like Tatooine, but unfortunately for them, Boba Fett is there to run them out of town. We enjoy a good Star Wars baddie and think that the Pyke answers that call pretty well. These characters would look great in LEGO form battling Boba Fett. Maybe a LEGO Star Wars Kintan Strider Speeder bike set, two bikes and a LEGO Pyke (or two), Boba Fett and a Tusken.

Dok Ondar Star Wars character

DOK ONDAR

This loveable Ithorian is an oracle and people seek him out for his immense knowledge and his lengthy list of connections. He is most well known for being the proud proprietor of “Dok Ondar’s Den Of Antiquities” in the Black Spire Outpost. It is here that his extremely impressive array of unique artefacts are displayed, which is unrivalled throughout the galaxy. Whether you require jewellery, rare kyber crystals or even a lightsaber, visiting this eclectic emporium is sure to satisfy you. We think that LEGO would be able to create an awesome little section of Dok’s store complete with a couple of kyber crystals, lightsabers, potion bottles and the Ithorian legend himself Dok Ondar.

Black Krrsantan Star Wars chcaracter

BLACK KRRSANTAN

This gargantuan, black, furry Wookie first appeared in comics in 2015, Star Wars Darth Vader #1. After this, he was cybernetically enhanced with subdermal plating and endoskeletal enhancements which helped to make him a fearsome gladiator and then a successful Bounty Hunter. 

He received an enormous scar over his eye from a battle with Ben Kenobi on Tatooine outside Lars’ Homestead. After many more battles throughout the galaxy, Krrsantan ended up working for the Hutts at the end of the Galactic Civil War. He was hired to annihilate the Bounty Hunter Boba Fett, however, he was ill-prepared for what awaited him and he was captured by Fett, Shand, the Mods and the Gamorreans. Boba Fett decided to release Krrsantan and then when he needed a big scary Wookie at a later date he was able to call for Krrsantan. We have several renditions of LEGO Chewbacca so we know that LEGO can make a decent Wookie, so maybe a LEGO Star Wars set that comprises of a bacta tank, LEGO Krrsantan, LEGO Boba Fett (in pants) and the Mods.

Tusken Cheiftan Star Wars character

TUSKEN CHEIFTAN

The Tusken raiders (Sand People) live in the deserts of Tatooine and are covered from head to toe in thick-layered clothing to protect them from Tatooine’s twin suns. They are a fierce tribe but after Boba Fett defeated the sand ape they accepted him into their tribe and trained him to fight with the Gaderffitt stick, which led to him eventually receiving his own. The Tusken Chieftain cuts a menacing shadow but he is a strong and stoic leader of his tribe. LEGO have given us many LEGO Tusken Raiders but we think that they need their chieftain to join the crew.

What LEGO Star Wars sets do you have, which are your pride and joy? How do you choose to display them, as individual sets or do you mix them up to create scenes? iDisplayit has a fantastic selection of cases available for your LEGO Star Wars sets, click here to see.


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