Posted by Jeremy on August 28, 2017 at 01:11 AM CST
The most recent set of images to put the torch to the late 2017/2018 LEGO Star Wars assortments are too hot to handle but we've gone over them so you won't get burned.

Don't expect these set names to stay the same; some are obvious placeholders:

System/Minifig Scale
75198 Tatooine Battle Pack - a small tracked utility sled with two Jawas, a Tusken Raider and a blue-topped astromech minifigs [Pic]
75199 General Grievous's Combat Speeder - the Clone Wars repulsorcraft with a General Grievous and a Mace Windu minifig [Pic]
75206 Battle Pack Classic - a personal Republic Dropship with two Clone Troopers, Coleman Trebor and Ki-Adi-Mundi minifigs [Pic]
75208 Yoda's Home - a brick built hut with Yoda, Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 minifigs [Pic]

Additionally there are four generic grey boxes, numbered 75197, 75200, 75201 and 75202, that are shown to be the next assortment of The Last Jedi sets, which is heavily rumoured to include a Ahch-To training playset that will include the highly sought Old Man Luke.

MicroFighters [Pic]
75193 Millennium Falcon - with Chewbacca minifig
75194 First Order TIE Fighter - with Special Forces TIE Fighter Pilot minifig
75195 unknown set/minifig
75196 unknown set/minifig

Buildable Figures [Pic]
75533 Boba Fett
75534 Darth Vader - with removable helmet
75537 Darth Maul

Also depicted in the catalogue are two more buildable figures, but these are blacked out in the leaked images. Current intel suggests that they linked to the new Han Solo movie. More on that soon

Finally, there are also rumours of another Ultimate Collectors Series set linked to 752??. The latest speculation suggests it is likely to be a Y-Wing, similar to the heavily greeblied 10134 Y-Wing Attack Starfighter that was released in 2004 and retired in late 2006.
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I managed to find everything I wanted in stores!
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