In my last review of the LEGO Star Wars diorama sets, we take a look at the Dagobah Jedi Training (75330). The set has 1,000 pieces and retails for $79.99.
There are three minifigures in the set, Luke Skywalker, Yoda, and R2-D2. Luke has on a new torso that looks like the version from 2018 but with some minor updates. The legs has some printing of pockets on the front. He has a double-sided head that shows him with a frustrated expression on one side and a closed eye, concentrating face on the other.
Yoda’s torso looks exactly as the same from before although it does have a new part number. The head mold is also the same showing his wrinkly head with printing of his hair on the back. His accessory is his gimer walking stick.
R2-D2’s torso shows him covered with mud on both sides although its legs are still pearly white. The head also shows it with some mud around it as well.
Like with the other diorama sets, the first bag is used to build the base for the model. There’s nothing too special here except that there are some printed tiles of the LEGO Star Wars logo and one of Yoda’s most famous quotes, “Do. Or do not. There is no try.”
The next bag lays the groundwork for the details of the set. The left side is has some gray for the hut and some sandy areas around it. The right side has some brown for the mud and green for the swamp.
The third bag is the most tedious one as you have to place over 200 trans-green plates and tiles for the swamp.
The parts for Bag 4 is used to build the lower half of Yoda’s hut and some of the surrounding trees. It uses a lot of sloped pieces to give the hut its shape. There’s an interesting parts usage here with the tan fender piece. Inside the hut, there a small bed and a stove.
The next bag is used to complete Yoda’s hut as well as adding on the leaves to the trees. The trees themselves are very detailed with the different colored branches.
Lastly, we have some fauna surrounding the hut and also in the swamp. There’s a spot here for Luke to do his training. On the far right side, there’s a spot for the sunken X-Wing which just shows the S-foil. There’ also some more trans-green round studs to show the bubbling water.
Overall, the LEGO Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training (75330) ranks up there with the detailing alongside the Death Star Trench Run (75329). There have been sets based on Yoda’s Hut in the past but they have playability to them while this one focuses more on accuracy. I was actually surprised on how detailed the trees were. I guess the only downside of the set was all the tiles and plates in Bag 3.
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