Four more LEGO Avatar The Way of Water models we need

A new trailer for Avatar: The Way of water is here with less than a month until its release, and it has plenty of content for more LEGO sets.

There are five official LEGO sets for Avatar: The Way of water launching on January 1, 2023, including mostly natural models with 75577 Mako Submarine covering the return of the RDA, as well as the Crabsuit in 75579 Payakan the Tulkun & Crabsuit.

However, the latest trailer for the sequel demonstrates that there’s a lot in the three-hour movie that the five sets don’t cover, so here are four more LEGO builds we need for Avatar: The Way of Water.

4 – The Akula

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While 75579 Payakan the Tulkun & Crabsuit, 75575 Ilu Discovery and 75576 Skimwing Adventure cover much of the underwater ecosystem on pandora, another more ferocious creature is depicted in the new trailer. This is an Akula and its design could suit a mid-sized recreation to pair up with the three official sets.


3 – AMP suits

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We’ve already received an AMP suit model thanks to 75571 Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch based on the first Avatar film but the latest footage confirms that the mechs are back with what appear to be some bigger variants marching in the background. This may be a case of interesting perspective but the footage offers an excuse to include another AMP suit in the LEGO Avatar: The Way of Water sets, or at least reuse the official model based on the first movie.

2 – The RDA Seawasp

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An RDA Seawasp can be seen in the new trailer with four rotors keeping the flying vehicle in the air. Though it’s not exactly a clear look, this brief glimpse offers plenty of possibilities for a LEGO version and with three more films on the way, it could appear in a sequel to come as well.

1 – The Sea Dragon

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Named the Sea Dragon according to the Avatar Wiki, this massive RDA ship has room to fit many vehicles inside, including Crabsuits and could make for an impressive LEGO Avatar model, though with a much heavier focus on mechanical aspects of the franchise than the theme has previously done.

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