Get ready for Star Wars: Ahsoka with these LEGO sets

Do you need some LEGO sets to build while waiting for Star Wars: Ahsoka to drop on Disney+? You can build your own Ahsoka Tano inspired display with these current sets…

Padawan. Rebel. Hero. Ahsoka Tano has played many roles throughout the Star Wars galaxy, whether battling on the front lines during the Clone Wars or as a Fulcrum agent for the Rebellion. Now she prepares to take on her greatest challenge yet in the upcoming Disney+ show debuting in August, as Ahsoka attempts to track down Grand Admiral Thrawn.

The LEGO Star Wars team just revealed several sets to tie in with the series, but what if you don’t want to wait? Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans, has you covered better than an ion shield. Here’s a list of amazing Ahsoka inspired LEGO sets already available! 

40539 Ahsoka Tano (2022)

Do you just need a little Ahsoka fix? Something that can be built quickly and is perfect for a  buddy watch of the new series? Well, 40539 Ahsoka Tano is a great pocket money option. Although this LEGO BrickHeadz might be small, it is packed with details that beautifully recreate the plucky Togruta’s costume from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars finale. Ahsoka’s got her signature headband, dual lightsabers, and her facial markings are unique printed elements. 

75310 Duel on Mandalore (2021)

During the climactic battle for Mandalore, Ahsoka Tano has to face Maul one final time. In this intense fight the young Togruta has to use all her skills, and new lightsabers from Anakin Skywalker, to try and best Maul. While the fight runs through multiple locations in Mandalore city, it’s the throne room that’s the most iconic. So, 75310 Duel on Mandalore comes with an updated minifigure of Ahsoka and the slightly creepy coffin that Maul is finally imprisoned in. 

75170 The Phantom (2017)

This is a set that’s going to exponentially increase in price on the resale market, so it’s best to try and grab one sooner rather than later. 75170 The Phantom is currently the only set to include a minifigure of Grand Admiral Thrawn, a Chiss who swore allegiance to the Empire. Technically his rank badge is wrong, it’s printed as an Admiral rather than a Grand one, but Thrawn is still worth it. As the main villain against Ahsoka he’s undoubtedly going to play a huge role in the series. 

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75158 Rebel Combat Frigate (2015)

If you’re looking for an animated version of Ahsoka without the creepy eyes that plagued Star Wars: The Clone Wars versions, then look no further than 75158 Rebel Combat Frigate. It recreates one of the main rebel flagships in a detailed model that’s filled with greebling and a nice dash of colour from the dark red bricks. There’s also a full interior ready for some role-play and the exclusive Ahsoka can easily fit inside to give an intelligence report. 

75106 Imperial Assault Carrier (2015)

Of course this list had to have an Imperial set too. As heir to the Empire, Thrawn will likely have access to remnants of Imperial forces and resources, possibly including TIE Fighters. Most LEGO Imperial sets are grey slabs or triangles, and while 75106 Imperial Assault Carrier is grey, it is actually a really fun set. Each TIE can be dropped into space, there are the ubiquitous stud shooters, and this set also has Agent Kallus to lead the charge. Will he turn up in Ahsoka? 

That’s our top picks for currently available LEGO sets for making your own Ahsoka display, but 2023 is promising to deliver more from the Unknown Regions – so make sure to keep your purrgil on the lookout! 

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