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Totally Not Wordless Wednesday: LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village

Tee received this awesome LEGO Ewok Village set for her birthday. This thing is massive!

LEGO Ewok Village

She’s been plugging away at it (with a little help from hubby and me) over the last few weeks, and a few days ago she finally finished. I had to share some pics of the finished project with you!

The box comes with 17 minifigures: R2-D2, C-3PO, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, 2 Rebel soldiers, 5 Ewoks (including Wicket, Teebo, Chief Chirpa and Logray), 2 Scout Troopers, and 2 Stormtroopers. It also includes fun features like a net trap, speeder rammer function, catapult, hidden spider web, elevating throne for C-3PO, and a speeder bike.

The tree trunks turn so little fingers can access all the play areas inside the trees – a kitchen, food storage area, bedroom, and planning room – along with miniature accessories. One of the trees has a secret hideout inside the trunk, and another has a trapdoor with a slide. It’s crazy awesome!

LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village

Here’s C-3PO on his elevating throne, being worshipped by the Ewoks while his best friend R2-D2 looks on.

Here's C-3PO on his elevating throne, being worshipped by the Ewoks while his best friend R2-D2 looks on.

Scout troopers and storm troopers patrol the forest looking for the rebels.

Scout troopers and storm troopers patrol the jungle looking for the rebels.

Han Solo and Chewbacca keep watch from up in the trees.

Han Solo and Chewbacca keep watch from up in the trees.

After Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader’s iconic Death Star moment, Luke and Leia reunite on Endor. (You can see the speeder ramming trap in the background, hanging beneath the platform.)

After Vader's death, Luke and Leia reunite on Endor.

The Ewoks celebrate their victory over the Imperial forces with a feast and drumming on trooper helmets.

The Ewoks celebrate their victory over the Imperial forces with a feast and drumming on trooper helmets.

This is seriously one of the coolest LEGO play sets any of us have ever seen! It’s available at Amazon.

 

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