Posted by Jeremy on May 9, 2018 at 01:25 PM CST
Branches of Toys "R" Us in Germany hosted a grand Star Wars event on May 5th that included a number of Disney/LEGO/Hasbro-designed Star Wars games and activities. Of interest to us on the LEGO team at Rebelscum was the make & take Millennium Falcon build.

The build itself was recycled from a North American make & take that Toys "R" Us ran in April, 2016. And without any blue highlights and an infilled front cargo area it wasn't particularly Solo-esque either.

The best thing about this build is that the LEGO design team made sure that this versionof the Millennium Falcon contains no special bricks and can be build at home using the bricks you already have. And so for those of you who pursue all elelemts of LEGO Star Wars collecting the parts list and instructions (thanks to Promobricks.de) are below.








With the continued existance of the German, Austrian and Swiss arm of Toys "R" Us in doubt while their purchase by Smyths Toys goes through the approval process in the U.S. courts there is thought that this could be the last make & take seen in Northern Europe, making these instruction flyers even more a draw to collectors. However without any particularly regional branding or language there's no reason these instructions couldn't be reprinted and the event run in other Toys "R" Us regions or through a different retailer.
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