Every LEGO Star Wars ‘The Mandalorian’ Set (2019-2023)

The journeys of the Mandalorian continue! The hit TV show from Disney+ just wrapped up its 3rd (and hopefully NOT final) season, featuring adventures with the galaxy’s favorite dad (Mando, duh) and Baby Yoda (still not completely used to calling him “Grogu” though)…

To date, the LEGO Star Wars team have released 22 Mandalorian-themed sets starting from 2019, including 4 brand new Mandalorian sets that launched recently in 2023. (And an additional two Mandalorian sets rumored for 2024).

For the true fans wanting to collect every single old and new Mandalorian LEGO set, here’s the official list of all 22 sets, shown in order of launch date and where to buy them. This is the way!

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Set NamePiece CountWhere to Buy
1. AT-ST Raider (75254)540 Amazon / eBay
2. Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267)102 Amazon / eBay
3. Boba Fett Helmet (75277)625Amazon / eBay
4. The Mandalorian & The Child BrickHeadz (75317)295LEGO.com / Amazon
5. The Razor Crest (75292)1,023LEGO.com / Amazon
6. The Child (75318)1,073LEGO.com / Amazon
7. Trouble on Tatooine (75299)276Amazon / eBay
8. Imperial Armored Marauder (75311)276Amazon / eBay
9. Boba Fett’s Starship (75312)593LEGO.com / Amazon
10. Imperial Light Cruiser (75315)1,336Amazon / eBay
11. Mandalorian Starfighter (75316)544Amazon / eBay
12. The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge (75319)258Amazon / eBay
13. Razor Crest Microfighter (75321)98Amazon / eBay
14. Dark Trooper Attack (75324)166LEGO.com / Amazon
15. The Mandalorian Helmet (75328)584LEGO.com / Amazon
16. Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter (75325)412LEGO.com / Amazon
17. The UCS Razor Crest (75331)6,187LEGO.com / Amazon
18. Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter (75344)85LEGO.com / Amazon
19. Pirate Snub Fighter (75346)285LEGO.com / Amazon
20. Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor (75348)957LEGO.com / Amazon
21. Spider Tank (75361)526LEGO.com / Amazon
22. Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter (75363)88LEGO.com / Amazon

1. AT-ST Raider (75254)

AT-ST Raider from the Mandalorian fan art
Thanks for the image @huehughes!

This AT-ST Raider was the first The Mandalorian set released, launching in Oct 2019 for $49.99.

This 540 piece set features a worn cannibalized look, excellently mimicking the post-imperial look of the Klatooinian Raiders who commandeered the walker in Episode 4 of the show.

As far as AT-ST’s go, it’s a fairly standard LEGO version, featuring the usual swiveling turret and cockpit, 2 spring loaded shooters, posable jointed legs, and a detailed cockpit that opens with space for a minifigure inside.

Lego Star Wars AT-ST Raider from the Mandalorian lifestyle shot

The set includes 4 minifigures, including Mando (faceless black version) in his Season 1 armor, Cara Dune, and 2 Klatooinian Raider minifigures

Lego Star Wars AT-ST Raider from the Mandalorian

While LEGO officially discontinued this AT-ST in Dec 2021, it can still be found on Amazon and eBay, often for less than the $50 it originally retailed for.

75254 AT-ST Raider Specs:

Release Date4 October 2019
Retire Date31 December 2021
Original Price$49.99
Piece Count540
Minifigures4
Set Dimensions9 x 5 x 5 in.

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2. Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267)

Lego Star Wars 75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack lifestyle image

This is a phenomenal battle pack set for those wanting to build a Mandalorian army. Set 75267 features 4 unique Mandalorians, each equipped with stud-shooter blasters and a variety of helmet accessories.

The 2 builds are a nice bonus as well, including a small speeder bike as well as a small defense fort.

This 102 piece set originally launched in January 2020 for only $14.99, but has sadly been discontinued since, and is often fetching a slightly higher sales price on eBay.

Lego Star Wars 75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack box front

75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack Specs:

Release Date1 January 2020
Retire Date31 December 2021
Original Price$14.99
Piece Count102
Minifigures4

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3. Boba Fett Helmet (75277)

Lego Star Wars 75277 Boba Fett Helmet

Without giving away too many spoilers, those who have seen Season 2 of The Mandalorian know that a certain bounty hunter makes an appearance or two.

While Boba Fett was never originally intended to be a leading character in the Original Trilogy (given only 4 lines of dialogue and 6 minutes of screentime across the entire trilogy), he became an instant fan-favorite after Empire Strikes Back and is now one of the most recognizable Star Wars characters created.

Boba’s role in The Mandalorian show is pivotal, and therefore is included as an official set for this list (and will be included on a few more sets below).

The 18+ LEGO helmet series is a must-have among adult collectors, and this particular helmet is definitely a stand-out. Boba’s iconic green and maroon helmet is detailed almost perfectly, including his range finder and featuring a nice display stand and plaque.

Fans can still pick this iconic memorabilia display model on eBay or Amazon.

Lego Star Wars 75277 Boba Fett Helmet box

75277 Boba Fett Helmet Specs:

Release Date19 April 2020
Retire Date31 December 2022
Original Price$59.99
Piece Count625
Minifigures0
Set Dimensions9 x 5 x 5 in.

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4. The Mandalorian & The Child BrickHeadz (75317)

Lego Star Wars BrickHeadz The Mandalorian and the Child

LEGO’s “BrickHeadz” series is a bit of an acquired taste – most fans tend to either love them or hate them. Regardless of your preference towards this unique LEGO lineup, the duo of Mando and Grogu as BrickHeadz is executed very well with this 295 piece set.

Mando is equipped with his Season 1 Durasteel armor and is rocking his blaster, with an attachment for his larger rifle on his back.

Grogu is cute as ever, and his ears can adjust to create different expressions. The pram has a cool “floating” effect thanks to the transparent clear brick on the display stand.

Lego Star Wars BrickHeadz The Mandalorian and the Child box front

75317 The Mandalorian & The Child BrickHeadz Specs:

Release Date1 August 2020
Price$19.99
Piece Count295
Minifigures0
Set DimensionsEach figure is 3′ high

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5. The Razor Crest (75292)

Lego Star Wars The Razor Crest 75292 flying

When The Mandalorian TV Series first aired in 2019, Din Djarin’s rugged ship, The Razor Crest (LEGO.com), immediately became a fan favorite – possibly among one of the favorite Star Wars ships seen on screen since the original Millennium Falcon decades prior.

Though it met an untimely demise at the end of Season 2 (sorry, spoilers!), this version of the classic battered bounty hunter vessel still remains a best seller and a must-have for Mando fans. For those willing to drop $600, the UCS version of this ship (full review) is well worth it, however for those on a budget – the regular $140 version is still a fantastic model.

Lego Star Wars The Razor Crest 75292 box back

Features include:

  • Accessible cockpit with room for Mando and Grogu
  • Spacious cargo hold with 2x carbon freezing chamber spots
  • Side and rear access ramps
  • Detachable escape pod
  • A bed for Mando
  • 2x spring loaded shooters
  • 4 minifigures: Mando with his Season 1 armor, Grogu, Greef Karga, a Scout Trooper, and an IG-11 assassin droid.

75292 The Razor Crest Specs:

Release Date1 September 2020
Price$139.99
Piece Count1,023
Minifigures5
Set Dimensions15 x 11 x 5.5 in.

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6. The Child (75318)

Lego Star Wars 75318 The Child (Baby Yoda Grogu) with display plaque

He started out being called simply “The Child”, then the internet decided he was named “Baby Yoda”, and now, thanks to Ahsoka Tano, we know his real name is “Grogu”. However you decide to refer to him, the cutest character in the Star Wars universe is now a buildable figure and can make an adorable addition to your LEGO Mandalorian display sets. (View on LEGO.com)

In addition to his posable head and ears, dial the cuteness up even further with Grogu holding a LEGO version of Mando’s gearshift knob from the Razor Crest.

Grogu steals Mando's gearshift knob
It’s mine!

The buildable Grogu stands 7.5″ high, and also includes a nice display plaque along with a spot for the equally adorable one-stud Grogu minifigure.

Lego Star Wars 75318 The Child (Baby Yoda Grogu) box front and back

75318 The Child Specs:

Release Date30 October 2020
Price$89.99
Piece Count1,073
Minifigures1
Set Dimensions7.5″ tall x 8.5″ wide x 5″ deep

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7. Trouble on Tatooine (75299)

Lego Star Wars 75299 Trouble on Tatooine set on display

Despite containing only 276 pieces, this Mandalorian Season 2 Tatooine set is packed with fun play features, including:

  • A Tusken Raider hut with a firepit
  • A spring-loaded missle-shooting Tusken bowcaster ballista
  • Mando’s speeder bike (plus an adorable saddlebag for Grogu to sit in)
Lego Star Wars 75299 Trouble on Tatooine Grogu's speeder saddlebag

Though it has officially been discontinued by LEGO.com, fans of the show can still grab this fun set from Amazon (while supplies last).

The minifigure selection is excellent for a such a small set, including a fantastic looking Tusken Raider with his gaffi stick (in addition to of course Baby Yoda and Mando with his beskar armor).

Lego Star Wars 75299 Trouble on Tatooine box front and back

75299 Trouble on Tatooine Specs:

Release Date1 January 2021
Retire Date31 December 2022
Price$29.99
Piece Count276
Minifigures3

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8. Imperial Armored Marauder (75311)

Lego Star Wars 75311 Imperial Armored Marauder

I get it, this is not the most exciting The Mandalorian set released, (and one of the few that doesn’t actually contain the Mando + Grogu minifigures), but I do think this is a sleeper pick for one of the best transport vehicles LEGO has made.

The interior is surprisingly spacious – fitting up to 5 minifigures. Multiple hatches on the front, sides, rear, and top of the vehicle open to reveal spots for a gunner, a pilot, and troops inside the main cabin.

Standout play features include the stud-shooting rotating rear turret, the minifigure lookout point on the top, and ammo compartments which are accessible from the side of the vehicle. (Plus the super cool mini mortar gun accessory!)

Lego Star Wars 75311 Imperial Armored Marauder interior

While this set has since been discontinued by LEGO, it can still be found on Amazon, unfortunately going for over the $40 it originally retailed for. For The Mandalorian fans who still want to add this to their collection, I recommend getting it soon, before the price goes up even higher.

If I had one criticism, it would be the lack of the complete minifigure lineup – as in the actual scene from the show (Season 2, Ep 4) this is the vehicle that Greef Karga, Cara Dune, and the blue Mythrol use to escape the Imperial Research Facility on Nevaro. However, with the inclusion of the (necessary) Stormtroopers in the set, it’s understandable that a $40 set wouldn’t include 6 minifigures.

Lego Star Wars 75311 Imperial Armored Marauder minifigures
Check out that yellow artillery stormtrooper!
Lego Star Wars 75311 Imperial Armored Marauder box front and back

75311 Imperial Armored Marauder Specs:

Release Date1 January 2021
Retire Date31 December 2022
Price$29.99
Piece Count276
Minifigures3
Set Dimensions7.5″ long, 4″ wide, 3″ high

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9. Boba Fett’s Starship (75312)

Lego Star Wars 75312 Boba Fett's Starship (Slave 1) lifestyle

As promised earlier, the galaxy’s favorite bounty hunter (Boba Fett I assume) is a staple on this list of all of The Mandalorian LEGO sets, and this version of Boba’s iconic Slave 1 starship is a must-have for any Star Wars collector.

For fans who are lucky enough to already own the massive 2015 version of the UCS Slave 1 (eBay link), or even the 2019 20th Anniversary edition (eBay link) that released a few years later, this new 2021 version will definitely feel significantly smaller and scaled down, and is probably worth skipping. However, for those who don’t already own a Slave 1, this version is a fantastic (and very affordable) way to get Boba’s iconic Firespray starship without breaking the bank.

Included are many of the features from the previous year’s models, including a rear Carbonite loading area, a collapsable carrying handle on the back, dual stud-shooters, rotating wings, and a clever transport vehicle that doubles as a display stand. (View on LEGO.com)

Minifigures include the Mandalorian with his beskar spear and armor, and of course Boba Fett with his green helmet and jetpack. One minor gripe I have with this set is that Boba’s range finder has to be folded down (or removed) in order for the cockpit glass to close, which is not an issue the larger versions of this ship had.

Lego Star Wars 75312 Boba Fett's Starship (Slave 1) box front and back

75312 Boba Fett’s Starship Specs:

Release Date1 August 2021
Price$49.99
Piece Count593
Minifigures2
Set Dimensions8″ long, 8″ wide, 3.5″ high

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10. Imperial Light Cruiser (75315)

One of my favorite scenes in The Mandalorian Season 2 is watching Boba Fett fly through the clouds above the planet Tython, suddenly encountering the silhouette of Moff Gideon’s cruiser appearing in the sky, highlighting the massive scale and size difference between an imperial “light” cruiser and a normal fighter ship (as Boba quickly retreats back to the surface of the planet):

Though the LEGO version of Moff Gideon’s ship receives some fair criticism for its build and visual aesthetic in several places (you can literally see the interior blue structural technic pins on the prow of this ship!), it does play a key part in Mando and Grogu’s story and is a crucial compliment to any fan looking to complete their The Mandalorian LEGO collection.

This 1,336 piece light cruiser comes with a wide range of play features and a decent minifigure lineup (sans a certain Skywalker Jedi – though he shows up in another set below).

Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 flying

The front of the ship can be lifted up using a folding panel to reveal a large interior – perfect for placing minifigures to recreate the final scene of Season 2, Episode 8 when Moff Gideon is finally defeated and Mando says goodbye to Grogu.

One complaint I do have with the interior is that there is not enough height for the lid to close if the minifigures are placed standing inside the makeshift play-bridge area. This seems like an oversight to me.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 open

The actual bridge of the ship is not minifigure scale, and is visually represented by a large sticker for the windows (take care putting that on on!)

However, this bridge area smartly doubles as a handle to carry the ship, thanks to the interior technic frame, and actually feels super secure and “swoosh-able”, if you’re into that sort of thing.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 cockpit handle

Other play features include a TIE-fighter launching mechanism (meh), which is oddly only accessible by first lifting to reveal the interior, and unfortunately the launching feature doesn’t even work that well from my testing. Visually, the mini TIE fighters look cool enough, but the quirky launcher could have just been skipped in my opinion. Rounding out the play features is a pair of dual rotating spring-loaded shooters that arm the top of the ship.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 Tie fighter launcher
Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 spring-loaded shooters

When this set first launched in Aug 2021, I was outraged that the minifigure selection did not included a hooded Luke, and at least a second Darktrooper. However, the lack of those characters can easily be explained by the “Dark Trooper Attack” set (LEGO.com / Amazon), which launched just a few months later and included our favorite Jedi, as well as 4 Darktroopers to complete the iconic scene.

As far as the Light Cruiser’s minifigures stack up, Moff Gideon looks fantastic (mustache and red velvet cape on point!), and Fennec Shand’s arm and torso printing is very detailed (though no hair piece is included unfortunately, just the orange helmet). The soon-to-be rare minifigure is no doubt the Cara Dune figure, due to her falling out with Disney and likely not being made into a minifigure again. I’m a fan of the Darktrooper figure – I think the broad shoulder armor add-on piece works, and the red eyes under the helmet look fantastic. Rounding out the minifigure lineup are of course the same Mando and Grogu we’ve seen in most of these sets.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315 minifigures

While this set has since been officially discontinued by LEGO, it is still available on Amazon and eBay, though last I checked prices had climbed significantly over the original retail price of $160.

75315 Imperial Light Cruiser Specs:

Release Date1 August 2021
Price$159.99
Piece Count1,336
Minifigures6
Set Dimensions22.5″ long, 8.5″ wide, 5″ high

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11. Mandalorian Starfighter (75316)

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter 75316 on display

Ok, so technically speaking this Mandalorian Starfighter (Amazon / eBay) is a nod to the Clone Wars animated series, considering the inclusion of the Gar Saxon minifigure with his Darth Maul inspired armor (go watch that arc in Clone Wars if you haven’t seen it, seriously).

However, I’m including it in this list as Bo-Katan flies a similar Kom’rk-class Mandalorian Starfighter (the Gauntlet) during The Mandalorian show, and since LEGO haven’t made that exact version yet, this retired set from 2021 is the closest thing to it currently.

Bo Katan's Gauntlet starfighter
Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter 75316 on display with wings up

Unfortunately, there are several shortcomings in this set, most noticeably the large gaps in the cockpit and the lack of proper landing gear. However, the classic rotating wings are well designed, and the minifigures are absolutely fantastic (we get both the classic Bo-Katan Nite-Owl helmet and a hairpiece for her).

I appreciate the lower price point, but there’s a part of me that wishes this would have been released as a $100 set with a slightly higher piece count to really capture the finer details of this starfighter.

All that being said, if you want to recreate Bo-Katan and Mando flying around together from Season 3, this Mandalorian Starfighter paired with the N-1 Starfighter (link) is a fantastic duo.

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter 75316 Bo-Katan in cockpit
Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter 75316 box front and back

75316 Mandalorian Starfighter Specs:

Release Date1 August 2021
Retire Date31 December 2022
Original Price$59.99
Piece Count544
Minifigures3
Set Dimensions13″ long, 2.5″ high, 11.5″ wide

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12. The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge (75319)

Lego Star Wars The Armorer's Mandalorian Forge 75319 lifestyle

Hands up – who bought this set entirely just to get the Armorer minifigure? I know I did, but after building the forge, I was surprised how much I enjoyed the build and the little easter eggs and fun elements this small set included.

The Mythosaur logo over the entrance is a nice touch, and the included accessory elements of the melting pot, hologram, thermal detonator, and beskar bars really make this set stand out.

Lego Star Wars The Armorer's Mandalorian Forge 75319
The included Paz Vizsla minifigure with big shoulder pads and oversized jetpack is a nice addition.

In this case 258 pieces offers a lot of value, and has definitely become one of my favorite sets in my The Mandalorian LEGO collection.

The retail market seems to agree with me, as prices for this set have nearly doubled (Amazon / eBay) since its retirement in 2022.

Lego Star Wars The Armorer's Mandalorian Forge 75319 box front and back

75319 The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge Specs:

Release Date1 September 2021
Retire Date31 December 2022
Price$29.99
Piece Count258
Minifigures3
Set Dimensions7″ wide, 6.5″ deep, 3.5″ high

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13. Razor Crest Microfighter (75321)

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Razor Crest Microfighter Box

The entire Microfighter series lacks some appreciation from the LEGO Star Wars community, but I’ve always felt these were very well designed ships for kids, and come in at a fantastic price point of $10-$16. (And my 7 year old happens to LOVE collecting the Microfighter series).

2022’s Razor Crest Microfighter (Amazon / eBay) does an admirable job at imitating the full-sized Razor Crest in micro-form while only using 98 pieces – the engines look good and the inclusion of a rear ramp is a nice bonus. Mando can even fit in the cockpit while wearing his jetpack! My only real complaint with this set is visual look of the stud shooters directly on the side of the cockpit that spoil the shape of the ship a little, but I’m not sure where else they could have been placed.

Also, no Grogu minifigure included in this one, you’ll have to splurge on the $6 more expensive 2023 N-1 Microfighter (link) to get both Mando and Grogu included if you want the Dad and Son combo together in a Microfighter.

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Razor Crest Microfighter rear ramp
Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Razor Crest Microfighter flying with Mando

75321 Razor Crest Microfighter Specs:

Release Date1 January 2022
Retire Date31 December 2022
Original Price$9.99
Piece Count98
Minifigures1
Set Dimensions3.5″ long, 1.5″ high, 3″ wide

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14. Dark Trooper Attack (75324)

Luke vs Darktroopers gif

December 18, 2020 – the day the finale of The Mandalorian Season 2 was released. I don’t know how Disney managed to keep the return of Luke Skywalker in his Jedi prime a secret, but I was glued to the screen during the entire ending, and this whole scene will go down as one of my favorite Star Wars moments ever.

So naturally, when LEGO released a set depicting this very scene in early 2022, I was ecstatic.

Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper Attack Luke Skywalker

The set includes a rotating elevator and hallway from the interior of Moff Gideon’s Light Cruiser, and even includes a fun “force sliding platform” that a Dark Trooper can stand on during the fight.

Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper Attack Luke Skywalker play features

Luke looks fantastic in his black hooded robe and green lightsaber, and astute fans will notice his right hand is black to represent his black glove over his replacement mechanical hand (thanks Dad).

The Dark Troopers are the same great minifigure that we got in the Imperial Light Cruiser, except this time they are wielding heavier-duty blasters (and we get 3 of them, instead of just 1).

Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper Attack Luke Skywalker minifigures
Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper Attack Luke Skywalker 75324 box front and back

75324 Dark Trooper Attack Specs:

Release Date1 March 2022
Price$34.99
Piece Count166
Minifigures4
Set Dimensions7″ long, 3.5″ wide, 4″ high

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15. The Mandalorian Helmet (75328)

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328 on display

What sort of list would this be without Mando himself making an appearance? In the Spring of 2022, LEGO finally added Din Djarin’s beskar Mandalorian helmet (LEGO.com / Amazon) to their popular 18+ helmet lineup, adding to an already excellent helmet series.

The metallic beskar look is captured surprisingly well by a combination of gray, blueish gray, and metallic silver pieces – in tandem with the clever contours of the cheekbones. Really my only complaint of the look of the helmet is that the vertical part of Mando’s visor is too thick compared to the helmet we see on-screen:

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328 vs Din Djarin onscreen
Black visor too thick or am I just being picky?

Regardless, it’s Mando. Enough said.

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328 box front and back

75328 The Mandalorian Helmet Specs:

Release Date1 March 2022
Price$69.99
Piece Count584
Minifigures0
Set Dimensions7″ high, 4″ wide, 4.5″ deep

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16. The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325)

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian's N-1 Starfighter 75325

So yes, technically speaking, this set was officially released as a Book of Boba Fett set, (when Mando hijacked the show half way through for 2 episodes), but this is the Mandalorian’s new ship which him and Grogu call home and fly during Season 3. (LEGO.com / Amazon)

I love the throwback to the classic Naboo N-1 ships, and LEGO did a great job incorporating some of the original yellow coloring into this salvaged and upgraded version.

However, there are parts of the build that visually just seem a little lackluster to me. For starters, I wish LEGO would have used their silver/chrome pieces for the hull, instead of just the normal light and dark gray pieces. Also, I wish the wings would have been thicker and wider with some more of the studs covered up. Compared to the actual ship on-screen, some of the wing/body proportions and aesthetics just seem slightly off:

Mando's N-1 Starfighter
More chrome pieces please!

Now for the good things: Din Djarin finally has a face! After years of just using the blank black headpiece, we finally get an actual face for Mando! (Though, no proper mold for the Darksaber in this set).

The Mandalorian face vs Lego face
This is the way!

The rest of the minifigure lineup is solid, and it’s nice to finally have a Peli Motto figure and a BD droid.

Baby Yoda fits great in his repurposed astromech droid slot that Peli converted to a mini secondary cockpit, and the added storage compartment in front of the main cockpit for Mando’s jetpack and Darksaber is a nice bonus.

I still have a soft spot for the original Razor Crest (RIP), but I must admit, this salvaged N-1 ship is a pretty cool vessel for Mando and Grogu to continue their adventures in, especially with the addition of the Jawa’s stolen turbonic venturi power assimilator boost (yes, I had to look that up).

Now that Mando can officially outrun an X-Wing, does he take the title from Han Solo as the new owner of “the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy”?

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian's N-1 Starfighter 75325 box front and back

75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter Specs:

Release Date1 June 2022
Price$59.99
Piece Count412
Minifigures4
Set Dimensions16.5″ long, 11.5″ wide, 2.5″ high

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17. The UCS Razor Crest (75331)

Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest on display

By far the biggest and most expensive set on this list of The Mandalorian LEGO sets (retails for $600! – LEGO.com / Amazon), the UCS version of Mando’s trusty Razor Crest from seasons 1-2 is one of the most impressive UCS sets ever released. LEGO’s version of this battered bounty hunter vessel looks spectacular, both inside and out (yes – it does have a full interior!)

Clocking in at a whopping 28 inches long and featuring 6,187 pieces (which is big enough to take the #3 spot of biggest Star Wars sets ever released), the ship also features a solid lineup of 4 minifigures including Mando, Grogu, the Mythrol, and Kuiil along with a buildable Bluurg.

Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest minifigures and plaque

Highlights of this ship include:

  • A modular design with easily removable outer sections
  • A large, fully accessible and minifigure scale interior
  • Large cockpit with room for multiple minifigures
  • Carbon-freezing chamber with 3 slots
  • Weapons armory
  • Several fun easter eggs including Boba Fett’s armor
  • Retractable side and rear ramps

For all the details and images, read the Brick Escape’s full review of the UCS Razor Crest here.

75331 The UCS Razor Crest Specs:

Release Date3 October 2022
Price$599.99
Piece Count6,187
Minifigures4
Set Dimensions28″ long, 9″ high, 19.5″ wide

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18. Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter (75344)

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship Microfighter 75344 in action

This mini Microfighter version of Boba’s classic ship from The Mandalorian Season 2 is a decent looking build (considering the low 85 piece count) that strangely brings back the flick fire missiles from years past. While I appreciate the nostalgia, I’ve always felt these were a little harder to use (especially for kids), and they leave a gaping hole after fired that visually looks bad. I much prefer the modern stud launches.

Regardless, this looks to be a solid addition to the Microfighter lineup, especially at only $10 (LEGO.com / Amazon). The Boba Fett figure includes arm and leg printing, but LEGO still refuses to fix the mismatched helmet/body green color, which is disappointing.

75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter Specs:

Release Date1 January 2023
Price$9.99
Piece Count85
Minifigures1
Set Dimensions3.5″ long, 2.5″ high, 3″ wide

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Upcoming Mandalorian Sets for 2023

We have confirmed release dates of at 4 additional The Mandalorian LEGO sets launching this year.

Orders for these are available already:

75346 Pirate Snub Fighter

Lego Star Wars 75346 Pirate Snub Fighter with minifigures

$34.99 / 285 pieces – launching May 1st

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75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor 75348 flying

$99.99 / 957 pieces – launching May 1st

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75361 Spider Tank

75361 Spider Tank

$44.99 / 526 pieces – launching Aug 1

Check out that new Darksaber mold! Finally!

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75363 The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter with Mando and Grogu

$15.99 / 88 pieces – launching Aug 1

An unfortunate $6 increase from the usual $10 Microfighter price point – however this does include 2 minifigures.

View now on LEGO.com / Amazon

The Mandalorian saying This is the Way

This page will be updated regularly with new Mandalorian LEGO sets as they launch, so check back often for updates. Thank you for reading!


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