Note that this article will contain major spoilers for The Book of Boba Fett so click away now should you have yet to watch it.
According to Radio Times, The Book of Boba Fett will have seven episodes in total. Three of those have already been made available for streaming with another coming in the next week.
With the lead actor promising more surprises to come, the show’s first three instalments feature plenty of scenes that could inspire future LEGO sets. Although rumours suggest that the series is getting multiple models, nothing has been officially confirmed by the LEGO Group and the below list is only speculative.
As a key component of the second episode, the hovering train-like vehicle was a quick-paced cargo carrier that travelled through the wastes of Tatooine. The lengthy structure and less-detailed interior might make it a worthy contender for a LEGO Star Wars set, possibly with speeder bike builds included to recreate the chase.
Sanctuary is one of the most luxurious cantinas that we have been introduced to in the Star Wars universe and is found in the first and second chapters of the show. Madam Garsa Fwip operates the establishment and could be one of many minifigures to include in a LEGO set. While not filled with action and potential for play features, LEGO Star Wars has featured cantinas before such as the massive 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina.
The biker chase
In the most recent episode, Boba Fett hires a young gang of bikers on multi-coloured speeders as protection, who embark on a chase shortly after their employment. The scene that followed was filled with destruction and action and the vehicles alone could be the inspiration for a model with or without the landspeeder.
Black Krrsantan battle
Black Krrsantan made his on-screen debut as part of The Book of Boba Fett after previously appearing in Star Wars comics. Present in two of the three episodes so far, the Wookiee is more violent than the more familiar Chewbacca and had a fierce confrontation with the biker gang as well as Boba Fett in the latest chapter. A smaller set including a few minifigures and the bacta tank for an ambush could be included in an inexpensive set.
The palace and Rancor
Boba Fett’s newly acquired palace has been reported to be getting a LEGO Star Wars set in 2022 and more recent rumours proposed an included Rancor. No such creature appeared in the series until the third episode, where the twin Hutt siblings gifted Boba Fett an infant Rancor that the ex-bounty hunter wished to train and ride. Both the creature and location are well-suited to a LEGO set, though might be further explored in the episodes to come.