Posted by Jeremy on July 11, 2019 at 05:39 PM CST
The twentieth anniversary celebrations of the LEGO StarWars license is set to continue with a new addition to the line up of specially minted 20th anniversary minifigures that were packed in with the 20th Anniversary Edition sets that LEGO released in April.

It is not known how this yellow-skinned minifigure of Obi-Wan Kenobi, which first appeared in 7110 Landspeeder in 1999, will be distributed and conjecturists are suggesting it might be a promotional gift with purchase item during Triple Force Friday. With a rumoured UCS set coming in October this would certainly act as an enticement to make a big purchase.

Those who are desperate to avoid the frustration of hunting down another LEGO Star Wars polybag in order to add this minifigure to their collectons can head to or Bricklink, where the only known examples of these are being sold at OTT prices by a number of sellers in Europe.
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The traditional bottle of champagne has been broken on the bow of the latest addition the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series fleet and The Devastator has been officially launched. As a LEGO Star Wars fan and collector, how do you feel about this new UCS set?
Love it - definitely going to add one to my cart!
Wow - makes me wish I'd signed up to the VIP Rewards programme now!
It's great - now isn't the right time, but it's on my list!
I'm economising - will get it on clearance.
Not for me - too big/too expensive/too grey.
What is this LEGO you speak of?
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