75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter Laid Bare

With his identity forged during the Clone Wars, the foundling who grew up to become Din Djarin maintained his connection to the conflict that shaped him through his choice of carriages. Making use of a personalized ST-70 Assault Ship that was used for local system patrols for a large portion of his bounty hunting career, The Mandalorian was forced to find a replacement after his Razor Crest was obliterated by heavy turbolaser fire.

Forced into using public transport for a short period, Djarin’s plight is resolved when Peli Motto, a skilled engineer and manager of a spaceport hanger in Mos Eisley, offered him a junked N-1 starfighter as a replacement.

First seen in The Phantom Menace, when they were still shiny and new, these single-seat patrol craft were hand-made by the Theed Palace Space Vessel Engineering Corps exclusively for the royal guards of Theed Palace. Surviving through to the destruction of the Final Order in The Rise of Skywalker, their long history in the Star Wars galaxy attests to high standards and quality of material that was invested in them.

Restoring the derelict starfighter took all of Djarin and Motti’s technical skills, ingenuity and bartering power, and the finished product was declared to be “wizard” by Djarin once he returned from its maiden flight.

Now you can make one, without any droids, for yourself.

75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter

Tatooine tales from Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett come to life for young builders with this LEGO® brick model of The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325). It has a minifigure cockpit, passenger space for Grogu, cargo compartment, a spring-loaded shooter and realistic details. A fun gift for kids aged 9 and up, this building toy features LEGO minifigures of The Mandalorian and Peli Motto, plus LEGO figures of Grogu (affectionately known by fans as ‘Baby Yoda’) and a BD Droid to inspire creative role play.
  • The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325) from Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett – Fans can relive Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett stories on Tatooine with this authentically detailed building toy
  • 4 Star Wars™ characters – LEGO® minifigures of The Mandalorian, with a darksaber and a jetpack accessory element, and Peli Motto with a wrench, plus LEGO figures of Grogu and a BD Droid
  • Play-inspiring features – The starfighter features a minifigure cockpit, passenger space for Grogu, a small cargo compartment, a spring-loaded shooter and lots of authentic bashed-up details
  • Fun gift idea for ages 9 and up – Give this 412-piece buildable toy playset as a birthday present, holiday gift or special reward to creative kids who are into Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett
  • For play and display – This buildable N-1 Starfighter model measures over 2.5 in. (7 cm) high, 16.5 in. (42 cm) long and 11.5 in. (29 cm) wide, and can be displayed between playtimes
  • App-assisted building – Find instructions in the box and on the LEGO® Building Instructions app, which features digital viewing tools to add to the fun, creative experience
  • Building toys for all ages – Discover LEGO® Star Wars™ sets for kids and adult fans to recreate iconic scenes, make up their own stories or simply display the buildable models
  • Premium quality – LEGO® bricks and pieces meet stringent quality standards, ensuring that they connect simply and securely
  • Safety assurance – LEGO® components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and carefully analyzed to make sure they comply with rigorous global safety standards
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Arriving in the new packaging livery associated with The Book of Boba Fett collection, the box that 75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter comes in is a fair indicator of the set’s finished size, with the front art depicting The Mandalorian’s new ride in flight over Tatooine and the reverse showing it under construction in Motto’s hanger.

Inside the box are two numbered bags, containing the set’s 412 pieces, and the new-style building instructions. All told, putting together this set won’t take much more than three-quarters of an hour – giving you time to enjoy this starfighter’s debut episode in The Book of Boba Fett live-acton series.

The build process is a logical progression: first the lower hull and tail, followed by the cockpit and fuselage before the nose and wings are added, and finally – with a little jumping around to build up the details – the engine pods are connected.

Speaking of which, the cobbled-together look of the twin engines is very effective, and you do get the feeling you’re looking into the guts of the propulsion units. Top marks to the LEGO designer who put this set together!

The completed model, which is surprisingly long, has a few features worth noting: the astromech dome is fitted out to accommodate the Grogu figure, the top-mounted disc activates the spring-loaded missile shooter and there’s a storage compartment for The Mandalorian’s jetpack and Darksaber (though it can be tricky to remove without triggering the underslung missile).

Included in the set are two minifigures – Din Djarin (who finally has a face print) and, for the first time ever, Peli Motto. Completing the character assortment are Grogu and BD Droid (which will be included in the upcoming 75335 BD-1 droid sculpture) figures.

On the upside, its kinetic appearance (which is a fancy way of saying it’s swooshable) combined with the set’s naked mechanics and smooth lines, makes this modified N-1 starfighter both accurate and appealing. Unfortunately the dollars per brick value, a standardized way of comparing the relative worth of a set, is 50% higher than the average – but it does come with two minifigures, plus Grogu and BD Droid figures, which always add a bit more.

Available now, you can buy this set at the LEGO website or real-world stores for US$59.99 / CA$79.99 / GB£54.99 / DE€59.99 / AU$99.99, as well as Target in the United States, Walmart, Toys “R” Us Canada, Argos, and Smyths Toys (in Germany and the United Kingdom).

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