A look at the Lego Star Wars minifigures from 2005.

Star Wars in Lego: 2005

This is the year when the Star Wars minifigures begin to undergo much needed transformations. From here on, they’ll slowly begin to feature flesh tones, pupils, more emotive expressions, highly-detailed printing and soft, wrinkle-free capes, among other welcome changes. It’s all good stuff but a part of me will always miss those yellow heads. 💛

On a side note, we’re in the midst of deciding where to shift our Star Wars frames. There are 10 of them and we’re out of wall space in our parlor since the superheroes have taken over. Star Wars is just as prolific so we’ll need room for lots of growth down the road. Our long hall would be a nice spot but there’s one problem. The very first thing our visitors would see is this massive Star Wars minifigure collection. I’m not sure if I’m ready for the hall to scream, “NERDS!” 🤣 Am I wrong? 😂 We have one chance to make an impression and our home naturally reflects our personalities. Although I’m unashamed of my love for Lego, I’d still like for our home to have a diversified aesthetic. I need the Lego displays to be unintentionally cool with a hint of style (think 🤓 but secretly 😎). It’s a delicate balance when bricks rule the design but what can a Lego collector do? 🤗

Lego Star Wars Sets:

Clone Scout Walker (7250)
Darth Vader Transformation (7251)
Droid Tri-Fighter (7252)
General Grievous Chase (7255)
Jedi Starfighter & Vulture Droid (7256)
Ultimate Lightsaber Duel (7257)
Wookiee Attack (7258)
ARC-170 Fighter (7259)
Wookiee Catamaran (7260)
Clone Turbo Tank (7261)
TIE Fighter (7263)
Imperial Inspection (7264)
Ultimate Space Battle (7283)
Sandcrawler (10144)


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