LEGO Star Wars: The Bounty Hunters Vignettes #3 – Dengar

Today’s LEGO Star Wars build from the Brick Fanatics team sees Dengar hunting his prey – but this Bounty Hunter should remember not to underestimate these teddy bears…

The new LEGO Star Wars set, 75222 Betrayal at Cloud City, represents one of the key locations from The Empire Strikes Back. That film introduces fans to bounty hunters, dangerous mercenaries existing in the Star Wars universe. In 75167 Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack, collectors get four from the core line-up at one affordable price. Despite their lack of screen time, the characters have become firm favourites over the years, with fans dreaming of the adventures they are on outside of the movie.

Brick Fanatics has imagined what dangerous missions these characters undertake when they are not standing around on the bridge of a Star Destroyer…

The Bounty Hunters Vignettes #3 Dengar


In the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, a number of bounties were placed on the heads of ringleaders and Rebel sympathisers by the remains of the Galactic Empire. The size of these bounties, and the perceived ease of bringing in the targets, was too tempting for Dengar. He packed up quickly and headed immediately for Endor. His first target fell foul of one of many booby traps that he had carefully laid. Hearing it trigger from a a distance, he made his way over to investigate. He might have found one of the two bounties he was tracking down, ?but he was completely unaware that he was also being tracked – by his second bounty…

Check out more of Justin’s work on Flickr, where his handle is justin_m_winn.

The product used in this build project was provided by the LEGO Group.

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Justin Winn

I'm long-time LEGO fan who fully emerged from my ‘dark age’ in 2014, after three children and a lot of LEGO building reignited my interest. My first love is Classic Space – they're the first sets I owned – and this passion is reflected in my creations as a recurring theme. You can see my LEGO builds on Flickr, where my handle is justin_m_winn.

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