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Obi-Wan pilots his Jedi starfighter to Utapau on the trail of General Grievous. The Jedi hopes to put an end to the leader of the droid army, which would significantly weaken the Separatist forces. Obi-Wan lands his straighter in a hangar in one of the planet's many sinkholes to meet with an Utapaun official.

The blue Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter is a repaint of the previously released maroon Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter Class II vehicle. It shipped in May along with the repainted Boba Fett's Slave I and Anakin's Jedi Starfighter.


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  • Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter
  • Cockpit Canopy
  • Projectiles x2
  • Sticker Sheet
  • Instructions

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Obi-Wan Kenobi

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Obi-Wan Kenobi is a human from Star Wars.
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Obi-Wan Kenobi is a fearless Jedi Master, fighting on the side of the Galactic Republic to defeat the evil Separatists! He is known to use the Force to transform his various Jedi Starfighters into large robots. He is a bitter rival of both General Grievous of the Separatists and Darth Vader of the Empire, the latter of whom he was once the "master" of.

Fiction

Star Wars Transformers

Obi-Wan participated in the battle of Geonosis, using his transforming Jedi Starfighter to aid the Republic's Jedi Knights and clone troopers against the Separatist battle droids.[1]

Some time later, Obi-Wan was on a mission to find and kill General Grievous, leader of the Separatist droids. He was said to have a bad feeling about this[2], even though he had duelled Grievous several times in the past and defeated him on every occasion.[3] Kenobi was also on the hunt for Count Dooku, who had his own droid army for the Jedi to play with.[4]

Even later, Obi-Wan clashed with his former underling, the Sith warrior Darth Vader.[5]

Toys

Star Wars Transformers

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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi / Jedi Starfighter ()
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers/missiles, Obi-Wan figure
Obi-Wan's mech transforms into a gray Eta-2 "Jedi Starfighter" with magenta highlights. It features flip-up S-foils and is armed with two blue lightsabers which become spring-loaded missiles in vehicle mode. The craft comes with a tiny Obi-Wan figure to pilot it. The dorsal left side also has a non-removable astromech droid R4-P
This mold was retooled with new heads to make Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu's Jedi Starfighters along with Darth Vader's Sith Starfighter.
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  • Galactic Showdown (2-pack, )
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers/missiles, Obi-Wan figure
Packaged with Darth Vader TIE Advanced Fighter, this Walmartexclusive Obi-Wan is a redeco of the original toy with blue highlights rather than the original magenta.
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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi / Jedi Starfighter ()
    • Accessories: 2 hyperdrive ring parts, 2 hyperdrive engines/missile launchers, 2 lightsabers/missiles, Obi-Wan figure
A remolded redeco of Saesee Tiin, this Obi-Wan transforms into a Delta-7 "Jedi Starfighter" complete with a hyperspace ring with lightsaber missile launchers. It features a new head, though the lightsabers are simply repainted from Saesee and the mini pilot is repackaged from the first Obi-Wan Transformer. The figure does not feature the nifty flip-down battle-mask that Saesee had.
This mold was also retooled to make Anakin Skywalker, Plo Koon, Ahsoka Tano and Kit Fisto's Jedi Starfighters.

Crossovers

  • Jedi Starfighter to Obi-Wan Kenobi ()
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers/missiles
This release of Obi-Wan is a single-packed version of the blue "Galactic Showdown" toy. It does not come with an Obi-Wan minifigure, but is otherwise identical to the two-pack version.
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi to Jedi Starfighter ()
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers/missiles
Obi-Wan's second Crossovers release is a redecoed version of the very first Obi-Wan toy with the magenta highlights, new molds for his head and hands, and again missing the minifigure.
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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi to Jedi Starfighter ()
This Obi-Wan toy is a based on the Anakin Skywalker version of the Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter mold, which had it retooled to place the astromech droid in the middle of the craft. His paint layout is similar, but different to that of his original Delta-7 version, and he has a new headsculpt based on Obi-Wan's appearance in the Clone Wars series. His hands are also newly molded to both be open (previous uses of the mold featured the left hand as a closed fist and the right in a "Force pose"). In addition, Obi-Wan does not come with the hyperspace ring included with all other uses of the mold, and thus his one lightsaber cannot be stored in vehicle mode. Unlike the other toys, it does not come with an Obi Wan figure.
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi to Jedi Starfighter ()
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers
Part of the first wave of a smaller, simpler size class (Similar to the Cyberverse Commander class) of Crossovers toys, this Obi-Wan is a new mold which, like the version, transforms into a modified Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter. He features a simplified transformation and two blue lightsabers. The two lightsabers can be stored in small brackets within the rear flaps of his vehicle mode, however the blades of the sabers stick out straight forward to look like laser fire. He features a panel on his chest (one that is similar to the ones found on class III Darth Vader/Anakin's turbine cannons) which flips up to act as a handle for class III figures to hold him in ship mode as a weapon( though it ends up just looking like he's just holding a starfighter).
This mold was retooled into Anakin Skywalker and Saesee Tiin.
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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi to Jedi Starfighter ()
    • Accessories: 2 lightsabers
A retool of the first smaller class Anakin Skywalker toy, this new Obi-Wan again transforms into an Eta-2 Actis interceptor. He comes with two lightsabers. He still features the weapon handle in his chest. The head sculpt is the same as the one used on the smaller Delta-7 Obi-Wan figure.
This mold was also retooled into Darth Vader.

Notes

  • Obi Wan has been voiced by Transformers alumni Sam Vincent in the Lego Star Wars cartoons and James Arnold Taylor in nearly every other appearance since

References

  1. Crossovers Obi-Wan Kenobi / Jedi Starfighter package
  2. ↑ Star Wars Transformers Obi-Wan Kenobi / Jedi Starfighter package
  3. Crossovers General Grievous Starfighter package
  4. Crossovers Obi-Wan Kenobi to Jedi Starfighter package ( mold)
  5. Star Wars Transformers Galactic Showdown package

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Lego Obi Wan's Starfighter in Chibi Scale

LEGO® Obi-Wan&#;s Jedi Starfighter - UCS

Description LEGO® Obi-Wan&#;s Jedi Starfighter - UCS

Blast off into The Clone Wars with Obi-Wan's collector-series Jedi starfighter!

Now, you can build the ultimate LEGO version of Jedi general Obi-Wan Kenobi's Delta-7 Aethersprite-class Jedi starfighter! Larger and more detailed than any previous Jedi starfighter model, this limited-edition collector vehicle is equipped with twin laser cannons, a full cockpit interior and a wing-mounted R4-P17 astromech droid dome that rotates. With a buildable display stand and plaque, it's just the thing to pursue bounty hunter Jango Fett across the galaxy or battle swarms of Separatist fighters in space! Measures 9 in (23 cm) high on stand, 18" (47 cm) long and 9" (22 cm) wide when built.

• Ultimate Collector's Series Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter!
• Equipped with twin laser cannons!
• Features fully detailed cockpit interior!
• The dome of Obi-Wan's wing mounted R4-P17 astromech droid rotates!
• Includes display stand, plaque and label sheet!
• Model can be detached from display stand!
• Measures 9 in (23 cm) high on stand, 18" (47 cm) long and 9" (22 cm) wide when built!


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Star Wars Mission Fleet Stellar Class Obi-Wan Kenobi Jedi Starfighter Inch-Scale Figure and Vehicle, Ages 4 and Up

Star Wars Mission Fleet Stellar Class Obi-Wan Kenobi Jedi Starfighter Inch-Scale Figure and Vehicle, Ages 4 and Up

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With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, the Jedi were pressed into the forefront of military activity, serving as generals in the campaign against the Separatists. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi flew Eta-2 Jedi Starfighters during the Battle of Coruscant, where Obi-Wan’s fighter was badly damaged by Separatist buzz droids.

Blast off into galactic action and adventure with the Star Wars Mission Fleet figures and vehicles! These fun figures and vehicles allow kids to imagine action-packed battles between the dark side and the light side of the Force. Star Wars Mission Fleet toys are kid-friendly and make a great introduction to the galaxy of Star Wars for boys and girls ages 4 and up! (Additional products each sold separately. Subject to availability.) May the Force be with you!

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• OBI-WAN KENOBI AND JEDI STARFIGHTER: Obi-Wan Kenobi flew an Eta-2 Jedi Starfighter during the Battle of Coruscant, where it was badly damaged by Separatist buzz droids
• STARFIGHTER RUN: Boys and girls ages 4 and up will love pretending to speed through Coruscant battling Separatist buzz droids with the Obi-Wan Kenobi Jedi Starfighter figure and vehicle
• REPOSITIONABLE PROJECTILE LAUNCHER: Kids can pretend to blast away at Separatist droids with a repositionable projectile launcher that is compatible with other Star Wars Mission Fleet toys (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)
• ICONIC STAR WARS CHARACTER: This inch-scale Obi-Wan Kenobi action figure features multiple points of articulation, design and detail, and a Lightsaber accessory inspired by Star Wars: The Clone Wars
• COLLECTIBLE TOYS: Look for other Star Wars Mission Fleet figures and vehicles to collect, swap with friends, or give as gifts (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)

• Includes: figure, vehicle, projectile, and accessory.
• Figure scale: inches
• Ages 4 and up
• WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
• Assembly required.

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Lego Obi Wan's Starfighter in Chibi Scale

LEGO Star Wars Jedi Starfighter sets do not always get the recognition they deserve. Actually, it seems that the tides have turned this way in the most recent years. Quite commonly, we witness a continuous increase in retail prices while at the same time the newer sets often seem unfinished.

Although the overall worth of the newer Starfighter sets decreases based on price per piece count and size, I have always believed them to be an amazing addition to any collection. After all, is there anyone that does not love the Jedi?

LEGO introduced us to the Jedi Starfighter sets in as soon as Episode II: Attack of the Clones was released. Today, I would like to go through some of the good or bad models that have hit the stores and give my honest opinion on which is the best LEGO Jedi Starfighter.

Jedi Starfighter

The set that started it all. The Jedi Starfighter set was a depiction of a Delta-7 Jedi Aethesprite-class interceptor, used by Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi. It is the ship he pilots on his mission to Kamino and then while tracking Jango Fett to the planet of Geonosis.

The set itself looks rather rough compared to the newer versions of this ship. However, it wields some charming characteristics. Maybe you are unfamiliar with this fact, but in the good old days, there were no stickers. The markings, the coloration on this ship, all these pieces are printed. You rarely see this today.

The only complete minifigure included in this set is a version of the young Obi-Wan Kenobi from Episode II, and he has the traditional yellow skin that all minifigures had in the very beginning of LEGO Star Wars.

In terms of playability, Jedi Starfighters will rarely surprise you. Such is the case with our model here. Ideally, you can simply put a minifigure in the cockpit and that is pretty much it.

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Minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Young)

Original Retail Price: $

Appears in: Episode 2: Attack of the Clones

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Ultimate Space Battle

The Ultimate Space Battle set was a part of the first line for Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and to me, it was a huge leap forward for LEGO. It remains special for a couple of reasons.

To begin with, it is one of the two sets that include the Jedi Interceptor Obi-Wan pilots in the opening battle of Episode III. Besides that, it is one of the few sets that have included Buzz Droids as minifigures. You actually get two of those here.

Although all ships in this set were released separately as well, it was an extremely valuable option for just $

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Buzz Droid x2

Original Retail Price: $

Appears in: Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

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Jedi Starfighter & Vulture Droid

Furthermore on my last sentence on the previous set, set Jedi Starfighter & Vulture Droid is one of those separate sets that were released in To sum up, this is Anakin&#;s fighter from the opening battle of Coruscant in Episode III.

I did not mention this above, but minifigures from were rather special. LEGO had already adopted the flesh colors that replaced the yellow. However, LEGO hadn&#;t adopted the cartoon eyes yet. Therefore, minifigures from these years have a higher collector&#;s worth.

In terms of playability, this set has almost nothing to offer. I have to mention the absolutely pointless R2 head which comes with the set. I have found this to be an issue many years ago when every set provided just the heard of astromechs, without any space for the body. Nowadays, we usually get a full droid in the sets which is one of the few improvements for me.

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Ages: 7+

Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker

Original Retail Price: $

Appears in: Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

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Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive Booster Ring

This set is a depiction of the second Jedi Starfighter used by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith. It is the one he flies to Utapau to confront General Grievous.

If we were in , I would recommend getting this set on the spot. It was extremely worth it based on price per piece, it came with an enormous booster ring that is actually an amazing build itself, and it included the first ever Kit Fisto minifigure.

Overall, this has to be the first set on our list that actually has some playability features provided by the booster ring. To be fair, this is a set I would totally spend a fortune on today as well.

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Minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Kit Fisto

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Appears in: Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

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Anakin&#;s Jedi Starfighter

This is a set I deeply regret not buying years back when it was at retail price. In , we received a remade version of this set, however, I believe the Anakin minifigure from is simply outstanding. LEGO Clone Wars fans will understand. It is a figure that perfectly depicts the cartoon version of our favorite protagonist.

The build and final look itself are pleasing but let me tell you about the small flaws. The R2-D2 pop-out rarely works properly as the little astromech simply gets stuck. This is my personal opinion, of course, but I have never enjoyed the flick-fire missiles.

To sum up, I believe every Clone Wars addict or collector should have this set. I can see myself spending the little fortune someday but for now, I will satisfy myself with the remake version from

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, R2-D2

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Ahsoka&#;s Starfighter and Vulture Droid

Released in the Ahsoka&#;s Starfighter set was only available at Walmart and LEGO.com. The build isn&#;t to dissimilar to Anakin&#;s Starfighter but did include a new design on how to fire the flick missiles located on the bottom of the ship. There was a little push leaver at the back which when used would push a larger piece on to the back of the flick missiles. This would fire the missiles out and actually worked quite well. The Vulture Droid again was not too different in terms of design to the Vulture Droid included in Naboo Starfighter set, albeit blue instead of brown. The minifigure selection was pretty good as we got a brand new droid in R7-A7, a decent looking Ahsoka and 2 Buzz Droids. The price was a complaint at the time due to its 40 dollar price tag. Still, looking back its is a pretty good set with a nice looking Starfighter.

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Minifigures: Ahsoka, R7-A7, 2x Buzz Droids

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Appears In: The Clone Wars

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Plo Koon&#;s Jedi Starfighter

Although this set has a lot of resemblance to the usual Jedi Starfighters we get, it possesses some additional playability which makes it a worthy set for children or enthusiasts. In addition, the minifigure of Plo Koon is simply brilliant.

The main new feature in this set compared to the old Jedi Starfighters is the ability to eject Plo Koon out of his cockpit by pushing a small tab underneath the ship. You also get a compartment for your astromech and a lightsaber holder on the side.

The minifigure selection for this set is what makes it incredibly worth it for me. We get a high-quality Plo Koon minifigure and his droid which was never before seen in a set. All in all, we got two exclusive minifigures and additional playability features in a Jedi Starfighter set, which easily puts it ahead in my list of favorites.

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Minifigures: Plo Koon, R7-R4

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Obi-Wan&#;s Jedi Starfighter (Ultimate Collector&#;s Series)

The original Obi-Wan&#;s Jedi Starfighter from was nothing close to impressive. The Ultimate Collector&#;s Series version from , however, is a must-have for any ambitious collector. Of course, if you can afford the crazy prices nine years later.

As with every UCS set, you shouldn&#;t be expecting much in terms of playability &#; these are LEGO sets designed for adults after all. However, I can easily say that it is a lot more sturdy than most of the older UCS sets.

The design has always seemed fairly accurate if you take out the size of the R4 dome you get. The set does not include any minifigures but you get a ton of large plates and dark red/lime green pieces that are extremely rare.

People hated this set when it first came out because it was simply overpriced. Today, I think it has a much larger collectors worth and it is worth the extra penny.

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Ages: 14+

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Appears in: Episode 2: Attack of the Clones

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Mace Windu&#;s Jedi Starfighter

This set came out in as an exclusive and it had an amazing minifigure selection for such a small set. Although the minifigures will not impress anyone, it was a good choice of rare characters placed together. The Mace Windu figure was very plain, with no back printing, actually the same we got in the Republic Attack Shuttle in

The ship itself is just another version of the Jedi Starfighter from the Clone Wars. It is pretty much the same as the ones we got in the Anakin, and Plo Koon sets above. The only difference being the coloration, I would still very much get this set for the simplest reason of being a collector.

This is a set that is perfect for playability enthusiasts. You get a great selection of interesting droids with their respective vehicles, and a nice Starfighter.

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Minifigures: Mace Windu, TX Tactical Droid, R8-B7, Battle Droid x2

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Anakin&#;s Jedi Interceptor

In the beginning, I mentioned that the more recent years have been a serious disappointment in terms of value per price. Although was one of the strongest years for LEGO Star Wars, some sets from the winter & summer lines really felt overpriced.

When you look at it from another perspective, this set was simply an overpriced battle pack. Usually, Starfighter sets get a Jedi minifigure and an additional astromech. Here, we received five or six, depending on how you feel about the mining droid.

If we were in , I would recommend getting this set on the spot only and exactly because of the minifigures. All three &#; Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and Nute Gunray were remade for this set. In fact, Nute Gunray was remade so that he matches his Episode III look. However, the figure has one flaw &#; the torso and legs do not match perfectly.

In terms of playability, you get the basic features. You can open the cockpit, insert R2-D2 in the Interceptor, or play with the flick-fire missiles. Overall, I would recommend this set today as well but only for passionate collectors. Simply said, the minifigures are worth every penny.

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Nute Gunray, R2-D2, Security Battle Droid, DLC Mining Droid

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Appears in: Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

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Saesee Tiin&#;s Jedi Starfighter

To be fair, I believe this has to be the most attractive Jedi Starfighter to date. The dark green color fits these ships unbelievably well. Besides that, the minifigures you get here are just fantastic. I think the figures of Saesee Tiin and Even Piell deserve their own separate review, so I will not go in depth here. All I can say is that no one will be left disappointed.

If the minifigures were not enough, the overall design of this Jedi Starfighter was brand new in compared to the older ones I already went through. In addition, this one felt a lot more sturdy in comparison.

To sum up, I think this set came out in such a strong summer line of sets in , that it was underappreciated. I believe people gave it enough credit after some time and it is a set I need to have back in my collection(I sold my original one).

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Minifigures: Even Piell, Saesee Tiin, R3-R5

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Jedi Interceptor

&#;It&#;s another Jedi Interceptor&#; was what everyone thought when they announced this set over five years ago. I felt the same way too and was not expecting much. It is almost entirely identical to the Saesee Tiin&#;s Jedi Starfighter I discussed a minute ago if you switch the green to yellow and add a few pieces.

However, compared to the older version of Anakin&#;s Interceptor, this one had a much more smooth build. Anakin&#;s minifigure had a few minor changes like the belt printing and the additional face expression which you can change to by simply turning the head.

R2-D2 was the major surprise when this set first came out. We received a brand new version of our favorite astromech droid. It was the first time we saw his torso get any changes and they improved the dome printing into shiny silver.

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, R2-D2

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Appears in: Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

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Anakin&#;s Custom Jedi Starfighter

This version of Anakin&#;s starfighter came out too late, in my opinion. It has appeared in the original Clone Wars series from which is not part of the canon anymore. In fact, it came out years after the original series became part of Legends.

However, it beholds some great playability features such as a droid inject function, detachable escape pod, landing gear, and actually a lot more.

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, Asajj Ventress, Astromech Droid

Original Retail Price: $

Appears in: No screen time

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Obi-Wan&#;s Jedi Interceptor

When this set came out, I and the Star Wars fans around me felt like LEGO was running out of ideas. After all, we literally got the same Interceptor in a different color for like four consecutive years. At least, they could have made some minor changes in the build.

This red version of the Interseptor is the one Obi-Wan flew in the opening Battle of Coruscant. I believe we all remember his droid &#; R4-P I am sure I am not the only one who felt the uselessness of this astromech in the movie. This leads me to the thought that we should have received a better minifigure selection. Maybe a Buzz Droid or two which are definitely rare. R4-P17 was simply not enough for me.

The Obi-Wan minifigure itself was great. Ironically enough, the character who hates flying gets a printed headset. Not everyone will realize this but the torso robes do not actually match the leg robes we see printed on the minifigure. It doesn&#;t look bad at all but if you are a perfectionist, I am sorry.

If you are a fan of Jedi Starfighters like me, I recommend getting this set to complete your collection.

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Yoda&#;s Jedi Starfighter

When this set came out, the serious collectors were rather surprised. It came out years after the final Clone Wars episode (although we will be getting a few more now, thankfully) and it is a ship that literally appeared for one or two episodes in the end.

The minifigures were not brand new as both had appeared in previous sets. Although this ship was from the Clone Wars, LEGO decided to miss out on the cartoon Yoda look. The quality of the figure itself is great but I cannot count it as something rare or exclusive. This is why I believe the price they put on this set was rather high.

I have always said that LEGO needs to focus more on ships and vehicles that were never before made into a set. Therefore, this version of a Jedi Starfighter felt like a breath of fresh air for me. In addition, there is something about green ships that always makes them look amazing.

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Minifigures: Yoda, R2-D2

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive Booster Ring

I can say this directly &#; this set was too overpriced for me to own personally. A friend of mine let me build it and that was it. Jedi Starfighter sets have always been among the cheaper sets in the LEGO Star Wars theme. Whoever decided that they should do a remake on the version of this and double the price, was terribly wrong.

Although the Hyperdrive Booster Ring and the ship itself were definitely a disappointment, I have to give it to the minifigures. In just one set, you get all the characters from the iconic meeting between Obi-Wan and Jango Fett. In addition, all the minifigures had brand new prints or small additions that were not present in the previous versions.

With this said, I wouldn&#;t recommend this set unless you somehow manage to find it at a discounted price.

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Minifigures: Jango Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett, R4-P17

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Appears in: Episode 2: Attack of the Clones

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Anakin&#;s Jedi Starfighter

Our last choice will be another depiction of Anakin Skywalker and his Jedi Starfighter. The main protagonist from the Prequel Trilogy has appeared in more sets than any other main character. This recent set from is, in fact, a remade version of the Anakin&#;s Jedi Starfighter.

Compared to the majority of Starfighters I already discussed, this model has a lot more playability in stock. Although I rarely fancy stud shooters, there is one on each wing. Beneath the fighter, you have a secret lightsaber storage space. In addition, there is storage space for additional ammo but I will let you find it by yourself.

I believe you can still find this set at a reasonable price, at least where I live, it remains in stock. I would strongly recommend taking advantage of while it is around. I have always been a fan of remakes as simply 10 years ago I couldn&#;t afford having every set. Now, I can get an improved version instead of overspending on the original set.

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Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, R2-D2

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Appears in: The Clone Wars

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Anakin&#;s Jedi Interceptor

Very similar to previous Jedi Interceptors, this model doesn&#;t really add much and was a bit of a surprise when LEGO announced its release. However, the minimal updates are an improvement for sure. Once again the set includes Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2 minifigures and is based on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

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Ages: 7+

Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker, R2-D2

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Appears in: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

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Final Verdict &#; Which is my favorite Jedi Starfighter?

It all began in and since then, we have received both exceptional sets and overpriced unworthy sets. I believe I gave clear signs about which ones I like and dislike, and which ones I find of value today.

If I have to choose one or two above all rest, I will definitely choose the Saesee Tiin&#;s Jedi Starfighter and Plo Koon&#;s Jedi Starfighter. Simply said, I am a fan of exclusive and rare minifigures. In addition, I truly believe these are the most beautiful Jedi Starfighters in terms of color.

To sum up, each set has its own personality and has specific positive and negative sides compared to the rest. While there are those I could easily put ahead of others, if I had the chance, I would literally own every single one of these sets.

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