LEGO Star Wars Summer 2021 Leaks/Reveals
This week saw a huge leak for the upcoming Summer 2021 LEGO Star Wars sets. Some Japanese catalogue had (almost) all of the sets shown with pictures for each. Also this week, LEGO have officially revealed three of these sets themselves. You can find my thoughts on these sets here, if you’re interested.
Duel on Mandalore
The first set LEGO officially revealed is the Duel on Mandalore set. It will retail for €19.99 and come with 147 pieces and 2 minifigures.
The two minifigures included are Darth Maul and Ahsoka Tano. Darth Maul is a brand new figure currently exclusive to this set. Ahsoka is unchanged from the AAT set from last year.
LEGO have also this week unveiled the Mandalorian Starfighter. Also based on the Clone Wars, the set will retail for €59.99 with 544 pieces and 3 minifigures.
The minifigures in question are Bo-Katan, Gar Saxon, and a Mandalorian Loyalist. All three are brand-new, exclusive figures.
Darth Vader Meditation Chamber
The last set LEGO revealed for Star Wars this week would be the Darth Vader Meditation Chamber. The set will have 663 pieces and 2 minifigures for €69.99.
The minifigures are Darth Vader and General Veers. Darth Vader is the same as from the Death Star Final Duel and Bespin Duel sets, so he has the arm printing. General Veers comes in a regular Imperial uniform.
Now onto the leaked sets. First off we have the Trexler Marauder from The Mandalorian Season 2. It will have 478 pieces and 4 minifigures for €39.99.
The minifigures are an updated Greef Karga, a Mortar Stormtrooper, and two regular Stormtroopers. The troopers will all use the newer dual-molded helmet piece.
The next leaked set would be the Slave 1. Originally thought to be based on Episode V, it is actually based on The Mandalorian Season 2 aswell. The set will have 592 pieces, 2 minifigures, and retail for €49.99.
The figures in question would be the same Din Djarin figure we see multiple times throughout this wave, and a new Boba Fett based on Season 2 of The Mandalorian aswell.
Moff Gideon's Light Cruiser
The final leaked set is Moff Gideon’s Light Cruiser. It’s the largest set of the wave, with 1,336 pieces and 6 minifigures at a cost of €159.99.
Of those six figures, 3 are new to this set. These are Fennec Shand, Moff Gideon, and a Dark Trooper. The other three we’ve seen before, with Din Djarin, Cara Dune, and Grogu.
LEGO Con 2021
The new Star Wars set reveal is expected to be the UCS Republic Gunship. Last week, during the RLFM days the designer mentioned “mid-summer” for more information about the set, so this adds up timing-wise.
Other Set Reveals
Outside of LEGO Star Wars, there was also a plethora of other set reveals for the second half of the year. This include sets from themes such as Marvel, Batman, and Frozen 2. Below are the sets I found most interesting.
The last noteworthy set reveal this week would be the Sanctuary II: Endgame Battle set. The set will retail for €39.99 and contain 322 pieces and 3 minifigures.
The minifigures are Iron Man, Thanos, and Captain Marvel. Unlike in the Avengers: Endgame Final Battle set, Thanos is a regular minifigure here.
Four new sets achieved support on LEGO Ideas this week.
- “Working Mini Golf Course – Fully Playable”, by LEGOParadise.
- “Women of Computing”, by 20tauri.
- “The Tavern Under the Snow”, by Lego_Is_Art.
- “Brick Walk”, by Lepralego.
The “Working Mini Golf Course” set has a video here showing how it works. It’s a set I believe I supported, so I’m glad to see it pass the 10k mark. I’d highly recommend watching the video because the mechanism to get the “stairs” section is amazing.
“Women of Computing” is a spiritual successor to the “Women of NASA” set that came out in 2017. They do go well together, but I highly doubt LEGO would release such a similar set under the Ideas theme again.
“The Tavern under the snow” is interesting in that it has an alternative build for every season. It’s yet another Medieval style building achieving support, furthering the cause for a dedicated Medieval theme.
“Brick Walk” is a beautiful building that is borderline modular-esque. There’s no pins and the footpath is too long to be a modular building, but it is clearly in the same style. I don’t see anything particularly special about it that would make it into an official set, to be honest. I’d definitely love it as a modular building though.
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