One of the largest sets in LEGO’s Star Wars lineup, the Razor Crest is loaded with fun details that help it stand out from the rest of the Ultimate Collector’s Series builds. Here are some of the highlights.
Removing the canopy reveals an intricate and detailed cockpit, complete with a rear area for Grogu (aka Baby Yoda) separated by a swinging door.
The Full-Length Cabin
Lift the hydraulic cargo door and you’ll reveal the main cabin, which is built to match the ship’s interior on the show. It can also be accessed by removing the engine and roof panels.
Boba Fett’s Armor
One of the most exciting moments from The Mandalorian Season 2 was the discovery of Boba Fett’s armor, which is proudly displayed inside the main cabin of this build.
The roof of the Razor Crest holds a one-man escape pod. No idea what will happen to Baby Yoda if things go south, however...
The main cabin is loaded with features that can be removed for closer inspection, including Mando’s gun closet, which is loaded with unique molded firearms.
Prisoners In Carbonite
As we saw in The Empire Strikes Back, freezing a bounty in carbonite is a Madalorian’s preferred way to hold prisoners. In this build, there are two hanging displays of carbonite-frozen prisoners.
Straight from The Mandalorian’s pilot episode, the first bounty we see in the show appears in chains, waiting to be taken in.
Kuiil And His Blurrg
Kuiil’s Minifigure is notable for its unique molded head, but the blurrg he rides stands out for its creative build and likeness to the creature in the show. We have spoken.
The Mandalorian Armor
Metallic highlights on this iteration of the Madalorian’s removable helmet make it a standout minifigure on its own.
Possibly the cutest Minifigure in LEGO’s broad category, this tiny iteration of Grogu somehow captures the wide-eyed innocence of the beloved character. For superfans, this minifig alone might be worth the considerable cost of the set.