At the moment, a total of three LEGO Star Wars sets are said to be on the way for the limited series, which debuts on Disney+ on May 27. One of those is reportedly a BrickHeadz two-pack of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader, while the other two are thought to be anchored around minifigures, consisting of a spaceship and location-based duel between the former Jedi Master and Padawan.
The first trailer for Obi-Wan Kenobi gave us one possibility for that spaceship, in the form of the Grand Inquisitor’s sleek, black transport. 75336 ‘Spaceship from Kenobi’ was recently listed at an online retailer with 924 pieces for $99.99, which feels like a good fit for that particular vehicle. That said, the second trailer could still give us another option for the mystery set.
It might also give us our first clues to what 75334 ‘Obi-Wan Darth Vader’, listed at $49.99 for 408 pieces, could consist of beyond its eponymous minifigures. We’re yet to see much of the Dark Lord of the Sith – played again by Hayden Christensen, who’s reprising his role from the Star Wars prequel trilogy – but concept art from the show suggests he’ll face off with Obi-Wan at least once.
Whether that’s on a fiery biome as the concept art suggests remains to be seen, but hopefully today’s new trailer – as confirmed by the official Obi-Wan Kenobi Twitter account, because of course there is one – will shed some light on what to expect from the LEGO Star Wars set. A return to Mustafar, even if only in a hallucination or flashback, could provide an opportunity for an improved 75169 Duel on Mustafar…
Keep an eye on Brick Fanatics today for the new Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer as soon as it drops. In the meantime, celebrate Star Wars Day by checking out our dedicated May the 4th page and scoring yourself some limited-time LEGO Star Wars goodies.
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