Boba Fett Throne Room and Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter LEGO Sets Revealed

LEGO unveils two new Star Wars sets featuring scenes from The Book of Boba Fett, including the Mandalorian’s Throne Room and the N-1 Starfighter.

LEGO has unveiled their new sets of Boba Fett’s Throne Room and the Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter from Boba Fett’s book Season 1. The series premiered on Disney+ December 29, 2021 after being announced in a post-credits scene in the The Mandalorian season 2 finale. It follows the infamous Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) and Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) as the ex-bounty hunter seeks to make a name for himself as Tatooine’s new daimyo on the old throne of Jabba the Hutt. The series is executive produced by the Mandalorian duo of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni alongside Robert Rodriguez, who brought the beloved character back to the screen in “Chapter 14: The Tragedy” from The Mandalorian


Boba Fett’s book season 1 – who has no plans for a season 2 at the time of writing – saw Boba struggle to earn respect from the folks at Mos Espa. Boba saw him beaten in the street, challenged by Jabba the Hutt’s two cousins, and told outright that he was not respected by a civilian. The time he spent healing his wounds from the Sarlacc pit provided Boba with flashbacks that reminded him of the person he was yet to become, a catalyst for the actions he had to take to earn his place. Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) appeared to aid Boba’s efforts when he joined the ex-bounty hunter team titled “experienced muscle” to overthrow the Pyke syndicate, which was trying to take control of the planet with their dangerous spice trade. .

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Now, LEGO (via has revealed two new sets of scenes from the action-packed Star Wars show, including Boba Fett’s Throne Room and the Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter. The first set of Boba’s Throne Room comes with seven different characters, including Boba, Fennec, Bib Fortuna (Matthew Wood) and others. The scene appears to have been taken straight from the post-credits scene in The Mandalorian rather than Boba Fett’s book himself, although a short clip of that scene did appear in one of Boba’s flashbacks. The second set focuses on Din’s replacement for his trusty Razor Crest, the N-1 Starfighter. The set includes Din with the Darksaber, Grogu, Peli Motto (Amy Sedaris) and the adorable BD-1 droid along with the new ship.

Book by Boba Fett LEGO Set Throne Room

Mandalorian LEGO Set N1 Starfighter

viewers of Boba Fett’s book will be excited to own LEGO sets from the Throne Room scene that first sparked so much excitement for the series, as well as the scene that stole the hearts of Star Wars prequel fans with the Naboo N-1 Starfighter. Din’s last LEGO ship set for the Razor blade was revealed just months before viewers saw its destruction in “Chapter 14: The Tragedy,” making another ship for the character even more rewarding. Boba’s Throne Room, on the other hand, captures a nostalgia that can be shared with any segment of the audience passionate about the original Star Wars trilogy, because it released the iconic set star wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

While the future of Boba Fett’s book is unknown until now, the N-1 Starfighter has already suggested major changes in Din’s story for the coming The Mandalorian Season 3. Viewers immediately noticed that the N-1 Starfighter doesn’t have a good space to hold bounties like the Razor Crest once did, showing how Din’s priorities have changed. Often a representation of Din and his journey throughout Seasons 1 and 2, the Razor Crest took its worst hits when Din was most stressed, so it makes sense that a possible departure from the bounty hunt would be depicted via Din’s ship . These new sets from LEGO have already created an excited buzz for viewers of Boba Fett’s book and the Mandalorian, and will be on sale in the coming months.

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