As the hunt for Obi-Wan Kenobi takes the Inquisitors to Tatooine, it’s the arrival of 75336 Inquisitor Transport Scythe that signals the townspeople to make way. It’s three against one as the Grand Inquisitor, Third Sister, and Fifth Brother make their entrance.
This set – which comes with a total of four brand-new minifigures – packs quite the lineup to go along with the other great figures from this Summer wave.
Also known as the Master of the Inquisitorius, this fallen Jedi Temple Guard outranked the remaining Inquisitors and reported directly to Darth Vader.
This Pau’an male was featured in the Rebels animated series prior to entering the live-action scene with Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi series. The only other version was found in 75082 TIE Advanced Prototype and was covered in our Inquisitor spotlight.
Compared to the prior one, this version is a complete update and features unique torso printing that shows his black and gray armor and uses the same legs as the Fifth Brother. The head is a new dual-sided print with a surprisingly cartoon-like face on one side and skin detailing on the other. Much to my surprise, he was also given a new shoulder piece element. Reminiscent of the original, it has a clip on the back to hold his lightsaber. To complete his look he comes with the new-for-2022 single neck hole cape only found on one of the Monkie Kid minifigures.
Once a member of the Jedi Order, after surviving Order 66 he was converted to the Dark Side and joined the Inquisitorius.
Very little is known about this Inquisitor including his species. Much like the Grand Inquisitor, he has only been included in one set previously: 75157 Captain Rex’s AT-TE.
The Fifth Brother has also received a nearly complete update compared to the first version. Replacing the dark bluish gray pieces of the past with black, he comes with unique torso and leg prints. He too has received a new shoulder piece element that is different from the Grand Inquisitor’s but also features a lightsaber-holding clip on the back. Although the headprint does not match the onscreen character well, it is an improvement on the prior version. Interestingly LEGO brought back the same headgear mold as before, but this time it comes in black to match the rest of his costume.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is a Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council and would be a major player throughout The Clone Wars before settling into life as a hermit on Tatooine.
Having the third most variants of any LEGO Star Wars character, fans have had ample opportunity to acquire Obi-Wan minifigures across his lifespan. With the release of the Disney+ series even more options are now possible.
Following the version covered in 75334 Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader minifig focus, the second Obi-Wan from the series has been released. He too comes with the longer hairpiece and features the same dual-sided head print as the one found in 75334. Replacing his worn brown robes is a fresh sand blue shirt with brand new prints and plain dark brown pants. He joins the ranks of Qui-Gon Jinn, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Jyn Erso as he puts on a cloth shawl around his shoulders. Finally, he comes equipped with his blue lightsaber.
Reva (Third Sister)
Previously a Jedi youngling who witnessed Order 66 firsthand, Reva later turned to the Dark Side and became part of the Inquisitorius.
Reva is the only brand new character for this set, but with a significant amount of the series being focused on her, she was a guaranteed inclusion.
Like the other Inquisitors, she wears a black uniform which is represented by a unique torso print. Her legs are plain black, and she comes with a straight-sided black cape (the same one used by Din Djarin and the Mandalorian Tribe Warriors). She has also been given an exclusive head print on a medium brown piece. Her hair has been in use since 2014 and is the same as the one used for several other themes. Without shoulder pads, she is stuck holding her Inquisitor lightsaber in her hand!
This set is an all-around good buy from the ship itself down to each of the minifigures. These four are some of the best of the wave and are must-have additions. The only downside is now it feels like we need the rest of the Inquisitors!
Don’t forget that you can review the previous iterations of the Fifth Brother and Grand Inquisitor minifigures in our earlier minifig focus feature.
As founding partner and the chief archivist, Kevin Downard maintains and curates the library catalog.
Getting in at the ground floor when the LEGO Star Wars theme first launched, Kevin has been collecting ever since. He is a self-proclaimed minifigure guru and has a passion for tracking down and cataloging every minifig variation – no matter how obscure. He has assisted Rebrickable and Bricklink in maintaining their set inventories, helped overhaul the rebelscum.com LEGO forum, and created the LSW Collector mobile app.