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Among the key scenes included are the dinner with Darth Vader.
The carbon freeze chamber.
The perfect location for a family reunion, and many more, including the Ugnaughts’ incinerator room, the prison cell and Han’s torture chair, the east platform from which Boba Fett takes off, and a hangar with a secret trap door. Slave I and a Twin-Pod Cloud Car are here in scaled-down versions, though they are able to seat minifigures (and Han in carbonite) inside.
Here’s a cool detail: among the 20 characters included is an IG droid. Eagle-eyed fans know that bounty hunter IG-88’s parts were originally reused as set dressing for the Ugnaught scene, and in one Expanded Universe tale, retconned as IG-88 himself. LEGO ain’t sayin’ either way, but you be the judge:
Cloud City will be available at LEGO stores and online starting October 1, with early access for LEGO VIP members September 13. You can expect a price tag of $350, but even if that sounds daunting, it’s still a lot of brick for your buck.
If this does well (duh, of course it will), it would seem to open up the possibilities for more single-location, every-scene sets. Starkiller Base, maybe? Ahch-To? And that’s just
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