Crafting a list of all Star Wars Lego sets is an almost impossible task.
But we here at Shrunk Collectibles took it upon ourselves to search for every Lego Star Wars set numbers from every Lego Star Wars set ever made.
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We found Star Destroyers, Clone Wars Battle Droid Commander bases, a bunch of Darth Vaders and Luke Skywalkers.
We also found everything in between to give you a list of all Star Wars Lego sets that are absolute classics!
You may be looking for Lego Star Wars set numbers from the prequel trilogy, Episode VI, or those Star Wars the Complete Saga Anniversary Editions.
You’re going to find something interesting here!
And if you’re wondering if Jabba’s palace, the Death Star II or the myriad Star Destroyers made our list, then just read on, padawan!
Our TOP 5 List Of All Star Wars Lego Sets
“Great for Display Purposes!”
Our Rating: 5
Star Destroyers have always been an iconic starship in the galaxy far, far away, being also Darth Vader’s favorite starship at times.
Remember that iconic scene where a super Star Destroyer hovers over a moon in Episode VI?
Well, you can now recreate that with this amazing set that features the super Star Destroyer of all super Star Destroyers!
Ladies and gentlemen, this is the UCS super Star Destroyer, and it is one of the company’s most deluxe offering from their SW line.
You may be a fan of the Lego movieStar Wars story, or just want to capture some Star Wars Rebels.
This toy definitely belongs in our list of all Star Wars Lego sets that are absolute classics!
With more than 1000 pieces, this set is undeniably one of the largest you could find right now.
Darth Vader’s mask must be breathing heavily right now.
That’s because this is one imposing model that makes you think of Cloud City, the Sith Infiltrator, a Clone Wars Battle Droid Commander.
Also the random imperial officer pressing all those buttons.
The Dark Side
It doesn’t get closer to the dark side than this, and its sheer size of it dwarfs almost every Star Wars Lego set ever made.
As far as Lego Star Wars set numbers go, this is 75251 (you could use that to find the specific model we’re talking about).
Anakin’s jedi friends would definitely cower at the sight of this gargantuan set!
If there’s one thing that makes this a shoo-in for our list of all Star Wars Lego sets, it’s the overall build and look.
Given that this is the UCS version of Star Destroyers, it’s no surprise that the company did magnificent detail work on the ship.
It makes it look absolutely premium.
This is one of those models that perfectly capture the ship as it appears on Star Wars the Complete Saga Anniversary Editions.
That includes everything from the comm towers to the imperial officer bay on top of the ship.
Simply put, it doesn’t matter if you’re recreating Episode VI, the prequel trilogy, or Star Wars the video game scenes.
This is one of the best entries from every Star Wars Lego set ever made.
As an added bonus, Lego even added a small Tantive IV that you could attach to the ship’s bow, further making it look bigger!
Despite all its good qualities, we’re not going to lie and say that this is one of those perfect Star Wars Lego set numbers.
It has a few flaws, with the addition of just a single imperial officer being one of them.
For another, this toy is meant for display than creative play, which is unlike the turbo tank, the speeder bikes, Jabba’s palace, or Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing fighter.
It has no power functions or modular features, which means it doesn’t fire anything or open any of its hatches.
Oh, and it’s one of the most expensive sets out there right now; Lando Calrissian would love it!
“A Fun and Gorgeous Toy!”
Our Rating: 5
Luke Skywalker’s about to get barraged, because this next entry in our list of all Star Wars Lego sets is none other than the First Order Assault Walker.
Think of this as a beefed up version of the classic AT-AT walkers from Hoth that you could see in Star Wars the Complete Saga Anniversary Editions.
Except this one’s, well, so intimidating that it makes the Clone Wars Battle Droid Commander look like a measly Cloud City junk collector.
Every Star Wars Lego set ever made would look perfect beside this towering hulk of a vehicle!
Oh, if you’re looking for Star Wars set numbers, this one is 75189 for your reference. May the force be with you!
Fire! Fire! Fire!
The Star Wars story won’t be complete without this monster of a quadrupedal siege machine.
At 1376 pieces, this leans toward the larger models from every Star Wars Lego set ever made, and for good reason.
Standing at more than a foot tall, this entry in our list of all Star Wars Lego sets is one of the taller ones.
Also, this is one of the finest examples of Lego’s design elements, as it combines its trademark brick style with the franchise’s nice sci-fi flavor.
Although we will say this: there’s too much grey here, and that might put off some of you fans who like color.
Still, suffice it to say that this is one of the best from every Star Wars Lego set ever made.
More! More! More!
This is one Lego set that fans of the Lego SW franchise is definitely going to enjoy, as it hits all the right spots.
For one, it has 5 minifigures within the set which are a First order Assault Walker driver, a First Order Stormtrooper Rey, Poe and a resistance trooper.
And that’s just the beginning, because this one not only looks good, but has a lot of playable features too!
You’re getting a cockpit that actually opens up (and it’s to scale with the minifigs).
You also get a missile shooter, a rapid-fire stud gun, an opening rear that includes bomb canisters, and flanks that open up.
But our favorite part—and one you’re going to love yourself—is how this toy looks like it’s been ripped straight from the Star Wars video game.
Walking on Thick Ice!
Articulation is something that every Star Wars Lego set ever made has in abundance but is often overlooked by fans.
In this case, though, it’s one of its most defining features, because the assault walker’s legs are amazing.
It’s got double hinges that allows lots of articulation, so posing it is a cinch, too.
So much so, that it’s almost like this is less a model than it is a buildable action figure. Very cool!
Plus, the head has 360 degrees of articulation, too, which adds more appeal to the whole package!
“Expensive but Grand Set!”
Our Rating: 5
Next up on our list of all Star Wars Lego sets is something that follows the tradition of other environment-based Lego Star Wars set numbers.
Lego has always done a great job in recreating settings from the movies and Star Wars the video game.
That includes everything from Jabba’s palace to Cloud City, Darth Vader’s castle and Luke Skywalker’s humble Tatooine home.
And this Ewok village is no exception to that norm: it’s got everything that Lego SW fans—or Lego fans in general—are going to adore.
As seen in Episode VI, this set, with Lego Star Wars set numbers 10236, is a great rendition of the little bear warriors’ home village on Endor.
That’s one of the reasons why this is a no-brainer for our list of all Star Wars Lego sets that are absolute classics.
Resistance and Rebels
Unlike the turbo tank, speeder bikes, Death Star II, or Sith Infiltrator, you’re not getting a solid one-piece model here.
Instead, you’re getting a very expansive playset that measures as high as ten inches tall, almost two feet long, and about a foot deep, and it’s amazing.
Simply put, this is one of the best playset models that Lego has ever come up with, regardless of which licensed characters you’re talking about.
Additionally, it’s got a lot of accessories in the package, which range from blasters to bridges to lightsabers.
And it’s a set that looks great alongside other vehicles too, as it’s pretty much to scale with every Star Wars Lego set ever made.
What we’re saying is, of all the entries in our list of all Star Wars Lego sets right here, this one’s got the most compatibility.
Celebrations and Victories
As a default, the scene that this set recreates is straight from the climax of Return of the Jedi, which is the big Endor battle scene.
However, with some imaginative playyou could easily turn the battle scene into a festive one that emulates the ending of Episode VI.
You know the one: that scene where everyone’s dancing, Lando Calrissian and Luke Skywalker’s drinking, and the Ewoks are making stormtrooper stew.
Our favorite part of this whole set, though, is how generous Lego got with the minifigure count.
Here, you’re getting a whopping 15—yes, FIFTEEN—minifigures.
It includes Han Solo, the rare Princess Leia Endor minifig, and a mix of main characters and minor ones from the movie.
The Only Flaw
Speaking of rare, the only flaw in this set, really, is the fact that it’s way beyond the original SRP.
So expect to spend a pretty penny if you want to add this to your collection.
“An Updated Classic Toy”
Our Rating: 5
Of course, no list of all Star Wars Lego sets would be complete if we didn’t add Han and Chewie’s trusty freighter here.
So, here it is: the Millenium Falcon, with Star Wars Lego set numbers 75105.
Star Destroyers can’t even begin to catch up to the galaxy’s fastest ship, but you can (if you decide to add this to your collection, that is).
Now, there have been many iterations of the Falcon throughout the list of all Star Wars Lego sets, and this one is based particularly on episode 7.
So, that means you’re getting a few tweaks here and there compared to the older releases based on the Star Wars the Complete Saga Anniversary Editions.
Punch it, Rey
At 1329 pieces, this is one of the largest sets from the SW universe that you could find (excluding that overpriced UCS version, of course).
And it’s as good today as it was a couple of decades ago.
You’re getting all the same features with some minor additions and tweaks thrown into the mix.
Here, you’re getting 7 minifigures, which include: old man Han Solo, BB-8, Rey, Chewie, Finn, a Kanjiklub gangster, and Tasu Leech.
The satellite dish is different, too, as it goes with a rectangular one than the classic circle.
This is a modular build that you could play with.
And when you open up the Falcon, you’ll find everything that we all love from the Lego Millennium Falcon.
Time for Hyperdrive
It’s no surprise that you’re also getting a more detailed and fine-tuned build here, since this is a more recent release.
Gone are all those flat and too angular shapes from the previous models; you’re getting something that’s a bit more screen accurate here.
If there’s one flaw, though, it’s that it would have been way nicer if this version also had power functions that could let it light up.
But hey, that’s just wishful thinking and probably not a good idea, given this isn’t part of the Technics line.
All in all, this is one of the most timeless toys in our list of all Star Wars Lego sets.
You’d be happy to add it to your galaxy far, far away.
“Perfect for Hardcore Fans”
Our Rating: 5
We absolutely love it when Lego gives us a toy that’s not entirely based on the movies.
We’re talking about the Star Wars the Complete Saga Anniversary Editions, prequel trilogy, Lego movie, or even the Star Wars the video game series.
And that’s why we added the actual Vader’s castle on this list of all Star Wars Lego sets.
Based on Comic Books
This one is based on the recent comic books published by Marvel comics, and it’s a sight to behold.
For one, it adds a fresh layer of Star Wars story to Darth Vader’s already legendary lore.
For another, this is the first time that you’re going to see a 3D rendition of something that only used to appear in the comic books.
If you’re just a casual SW fan, though, then you might get confused with this one.
Vader’s castle is a pretty new addition to SW lore, and it’s only about 2 or 3 years old if we’re not mistaken.
Backstory aside, this towering set is pretty generous with what it has to offer, from the minifigs to the additional micro tie fighter included.
All alone, the towering castle is best suited for display than imaginative play, as it doesn’t have any modular features.
Simply put, it looks absolutely amazing, but you can’t do much with it.
However, the addition of the seven minifigs: Vader, a couple of imperial guards, a pair of imperial transport pilots, and a mouse droid.
Oh, and Vader’s bacta tank is included in the set as well, which is sweet!
A Dark Castle
This is a wonderful mix between a playset and a display piece.
On one hand, you could recreate scenes from the comics or the movies using the micro tie fighter (which Vader can ride) and all the other minifigures.
On the other, the castle itself is simply gorgeous and could be displayed alongside every Star Wars Lego set ever made.
But yes, we’re going to be honest and say that this set would have been way better if the castle itself had some modular features.
If it could open up and include rooms, nooks, and crannies, then this would have been perfect.
But at 1060 pieces and with the way it’s priced, you’re going to love how this has a lot of value for your money, too!
The List of all Star Wars Lego Sets—Our Verdict
There have been hundreds—if not thousands—of releases from Lego’s SW line ever since they came out more than twenty years ago-they just keep coming.
That’s great, especially for you (well, us) fans that are clamoring for our galactic fix now that the movie franchise is on hiatus.
The SW Lego sets are only second in keeping us sated for our Star Wars cravings (the first one rightfully belongs to The Mandalorian).
It doesn’t matter if you’re into vehicles, playsets recreating scenes, or the character minifigures themselves.
The list of all Star Wars Lego sets encompasses each and every thing that we fans have grown to love from the series!