Unofficial Star Wars: The Last Jedi LEGO sets tease new ships and a AT-AT Walker

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With Star Wars: The Last Jedi prepped for December 15th of this year, rumors are starting to surface more frequently. That’s including this little tidbit you’ll be hearing about today which I think is a pretty cool one.

As you can see from the tweet above from Comic Fade, these unofficial LEGO sets for The Last Jedi reveal a new Star Destroyer, AT-AT Walker, and a Resistance Bomber ship. The Star Destroyer and AT-AT fall under new names (cause you can’t copy the old) — First Order Star Destroyer and First Order Heavy Assault Walker respectively. This gives us a sneak peak at what’s to come in the movie such as Snoke possibly having a bigger role considering he’s included in the Star Destroyer along with an evil counterpart to BB-8. BB-9e could be Snoke’s droid hanging around or maybe the two droids will be battling it out at some point in the film. Who knows?

Other figures that come with the star destroyer are some first order troopers, possibly a Star Destroyer driver, and an admiral. The Heavy AT-AT Walker comes with Rey, a Resistance Trooper, Peo Dameron as a captain, an AT-AT driver, and a First Order Troper. As for the Resistance Bomber ship, that photo is more blurred out, but as far as I can tell, it looks like Peo Dameron is in it, some resistance troopers/gunners, and maybe Leia to remember Carry Fisher by.

As a huge Star Wars and LEGO fan, I’ll definitely be picking up these new sets when and if they become official. I can’t wait for that First Order Star Destroyer and First Order Heavy Assault Walker. What do you guys think about this new leak on upcoming LEGO sets that stir into The Last Jedi? Will you be purchasing any of these sets when they come out? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

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