Duo of retired LEGO Star Wars dioramas, still available to buy

LEGO Star Wars fans can still pick up a pair of retired diorama sets, with two must-have models currently in stock at retailer Barnes & Noble.

Barnes & Noble is a great place to shop if you’re looking for hard-to-find or retired LEGO sets, often at a discount. For example, the retailer currently has a duo of LEGO Star Wars diorama models in stock, with both builds having long-since retired.

If you head over to Barnes & Noble right now, you can pick up 75324 Dark Trooper Attack and 75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama, although the sets might not be available for long. Both LEGO Star Wars models feature brick-built recreations of classic scenes from A New Hope and The Mandalorian that are essential additions to any fan’s collection.

75324 Dark Trooper Attack is a 166-piece set priced at $34.99 and is based on the finale of The Mandalorian Season 2. The model features a revolving elevator, rotating battle platform and sliding Force platform in a section of an Imperial Light Cruiser corridor. In addition, the LEGO Star Wars build also comes with minifigures of Luke Skywalker and three Dark Troopers.

75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama clocks in at 665 pieces and recreates Luke’s surface attack on the fearsome battle station in Episode IV. The LEGO Star Wars set is priced at $69.99 and includes Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced Fighter, two TIE Fighters and Luke Skywalker’s X-wing. The impressive model measures over 22cm in length and boasts a quote plaque that reads, “The Force is strong with this one,” as spoken by Darth Vader.

We don’t know how long 75324 Dark Trooper Attack and 75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama will remain in stock at Barnes & Noble, so be sure to head to the retailer’s site now and grab your copy of the LEGO Star Wars sets. Standard delivery within the US is free for these models and your order should arrive within 3-6 business days.

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Matt Yeo

From video game journalism to kids’ publishing, I’ve been there, seen it, done it and worn the T-shirt. I was also the editor of the first-ever official LEGO magazine way back when, LEGO Adventures. I have a passion for movies, comic books, tech and video games, with a wallet that’s struggling to keep up with my LEGO set wish list.

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