Open Your Wallets For These New LEGO “The Mandalorian” Sets

A Lego Razer Crest with four minifigs, including a The Child minifig.
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Do you love The Mandalorian? How about LEGO sets? What if you could have both in one package? Yeah, that sounds amazing to us too. LEGO has your back with several brand new The Mandalorian themed sets. If you’re willing to splurge, you can own your very own $130 Razor Crest made from LEGO. It even comes with an adorable Baby Yoda Minifig.

Yes, we know, he’s officially called The Child, but who cares, look at him in LEGO form. You have to be willing to spend to get him though, as The Child minifig only comes in the Razor Crest set. For your money, you get a 1,023 piece recreation of the ship, along with carbonite bounty elements, escape pods, and The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, and a Scout Trooper minifig (in addition to The Child).

A closeup of The Child in minifig form.
The real reason you want to buy the Razor Crest LEGO set.

If $130 is too much to spend, you have other choices. LEGO has an AT-ST Raider vehicle on tap, for a more affordable $50. We won’t say much about the vehicle for fear of spoilers, but if you’ve seen the show, you’ll remember it from a rather explosive episode. It features two firing shooters and the Mandalorian, Cara Dune, and 2 Klatooinian Raider minifigs.

Stepping down from there is a $20 Mandalorian and Child set. These aren’t minifigs, though. You’ll essentially sculpt the characters out of LEGO. You get both in one set, and they’re easy enough to build even a ten-year-old should manage.

And running at just $15, the Mandalorian Battle Pack is perfect for reenacting some of the show’s most exciting moments. You get four Mandalorian minifigs, a defense fort, and a stud-shooting speeder bike. This one’s perfect for the youngin’s, and rated for six and up.

The second season of The Mandalorian isn’t due until October 22nd, and that’s a long way away. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until September to get the Razor Crest LEGO set. But everything else is coming sooner and might be just the ticket to tide you over until we find out what happens next with The Child.

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