The LEGO Star Wars characters that became canon

The LEGO Group’s partnership with Star Wars has led to the creation of more than a few original characters, but only a selection are canon.

Thanks to one canon book released in 2018, a decent number of the Star Wars characters created by the LEGO Group for brick-based media were added to the ongoing story in a galaxy far, far away.

The Star Wars: Droidography was made available on November 6, 2018, and included the first canonical mention of eight characters from a shared brick-built universe.


JEK 14

Jek-14 was a clone designed to be force sensitive with a glowing arm and eyes. He would meet with many of the characters in this list as he grew older and even took refuge on a new planet that also became canon thanks to the book – Zoh.

The Freemakers

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The Freemaker family was first introduced in LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures and included a refurbished B-1 Battle Droid known as R0-GR, who would later go on to write the Droidography and mentioned members of his family including Kordi, Moxie, Rowan and Pace in the pages.


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R0-GR also documented an enemy of the Freemakers in the book known as M-OC, a specialised droid that hunted down the family across the galaxy. This character was equipped with all kinds of weapons but ultimately failed in his mission.


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Appearing as recently as LEGO Star Wars: Terrifying Tales, Graballa was another enemy to the Freemaker family but always had bigger dreams of running a luxury resort in the galaxy. He was a cousin to Jabba and had a similarly big stature.

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