LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village set

LEGO Ewok Village

LEGO announced its Ewok Village, due out September 1. It consists of 1990 pieces including R2-D2 and 16 minifigures: Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO, 2 Rebel soldiers, 5 Ewoks, 2 Scout Troopers, and 2 Stormtroopers. Join in the celebration below!


    1. Why are the clever comments I think of always the first comments made by somebody else?

  1. Love that the Han-roasting spit is included. Finally, those darn Ewoks will be recognized for the cannibals they are!

    1. Wouldn’t Ewoks have to be human to be considered cannibals for eating Han Solo and company?

      1. I’m assuming that if one sentient being eats another, it’s a form of cannibalism. [I didn’t say it was flawless logic, but hey…]

  2. Not sure I like how they resolved the  tops and bottoms of the truncated trees. I suppose a clean cut would have been too abstract, though.

    1. If it’s too blocky it looks weird, if they use too many ‘special parts’ the purist collectors get upset at it ‘not being lego anymore’

  3. The best news about this is actually the 1990 piece count. It means the trees are actually built up and not just huge template pieces with bits of green stuck on to make kids feel like they contributed to the build.

  4. The high-detail ship models are nice, but I think this is the coolest Star Wars set they’ve done. 

    The only one I have is the A-Wing from ~2007 because it’s my favorite Star Wars ship. I also have a handful of unpopular-character-minifig-keychains picked up in clearance at the Lego store at Disneyland – including Admiral Ackbar, amazingly. I look if I’m in a store with Legos, but have managed to resist since that A-Wing.

    Anyway the price tag of this set will undoubtedly ensure that I don’t succumb to the temptation.

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