TPM Playsets LEGO Could Be Making

A LEGO fan site called Brickset posted what TPM sets the author would like to see LEGO produce, including the droid control ship, Mos Espa, and the Gungan sacred spot just for the excuse to make a Boss Nass figure.

What would you LEGO fans want to see?


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8 Responses to “TPM Playsets LEGO Could Be Making”

  1. timontatooine Says:

    My most-wanted-but-never-released LEGO Star Wars set has to be some form of the Petranaki Arena. Seriously. They HAVE to make it.

  2. RynnB1983 Says:

    I’d like to see a Theed Palace and hangar or the droid control ship. It would be cool if they made a naboo plaza with the lego sets.

    What I would really really love would be if they could make ot could have made the Theed Palace or Naboo City in the puzz 3D they used to make. Make it like the New York, New York Puzz 3D that came out in like 2000.It has all the mmajor building ngs of new York and a set amount of street. It would be cool to have that with star wars theme. Could do Theed on Naboo. Alderaan palace. Mos espa/mos eisley. All I can think is there are so many possibilities that are really endless on how to really market star wars…but sadly Disney is trying to distance itself from the PT as much as possible.

  3. Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

    Honestly, I just want the full set of Podracers and Racer pilots. We got Anakin and Sebulba, and I think they did Gasgano and Aldar Beedo in 99, but where are the others?

    Come to think of it, Hasbro needs to get with the program too. They need to make the whole podracer fleet and finish their impressive pilot roster.

    And while they’re at it, I’m still waiting for a Vintage (well, Black Series now) Sebulba. Are his gangly arm-legs too skinny for proper articulation?

  4. Artiom Says:

    Landing platform from Coruscant, and pod ravers, of course.

  5. lovelucas Says:

    Jedi Council but in my heart of hearts I would love Theed Palace/Naboo

  6. Mike Jones Says:

    I’m a big fan of Lego and the Star Wars sets and I visit that website frequently. I thought it was a pretty insightful read; I know that TPM Lego were some of of the 1st Star Wars sets to be released by Lego back in 1999, and there still are TPM-based Lego sets out in the market today, but I didn’t realize that there are still some cool settings in TPM that have the potential to be Lego-fied (and can be profitable).

    That said, one of the things I didn’t like about the article is how the writer seems pretty pessimistic about how some of the ideas presented wouldn’t be profitable (why write an article arguing on how Lego should make more TPM-based sets while at the same time shooting down the very ideas you’re presenting? Doesn’t make much sense Lol. Besides, it’s not like kids can’t make up their own adventures with the sets even if not much action occurred in the movie during the spot that the set would be based on). Aside from this quibble, this article serves as great food for thought.

    While we’re on the subject of Lego Star Wars set ideas (and I apologize lazypadawan if it sounds like I’m getting off-topic here) but there was an idea proposed a while back to have a Lego set made based on the Jedi Council Chamber. Long story short, it received the required 10,000 votes for Lego to review it and give it serious consideration for a set to be produced:

  7. James II Says:

    Jedi Temple, Jedi Council and Senate building all would be AMAZING sets,

  8. Cad Bane Says:

    I think a Boss Nass figure was released, but it was a long time ago, so a reissue is probably needed.

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