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Lego has released its own Baby Yoda building set

Lego has released its own Baby Yoda building set | Laminifigs.com

True Star Wars fans are looking forward to this Friday more than any other segment of the population, as the second season of The Mandalorian series kicks off on October 30th. And to celebrate the event, Disney and Lego have prepared a surprise in the form of a $79.99 (USD) LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child set.

Lego has released its own Baby Yoda building set | Laminifigs.com

The set consists of 1073 parts, that will help you to assemble a Baby Yoda with 19 cm height, 21 cm wide and 13 cm thick. Little Yoda can move his ears, lips and head (with your help, of course), as well as hold a ball in his hands from the gearbox of the Mandalorian starship Razor Crest. The LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child 75318 Building Kit is available to purchase starting October 30, while pre-order is available.

Lego has released its own Baby Yoda building set | Laminifigs.com

Lego has released its own Baby Yoda building set | Laminifigs.com 

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