Here Are the Star Wars LEGO Minifigures That Are Currently Available From LEGO!

There seem to be a lot of fans of Star Wars who are also LEGO fans. Through the years, LEGO fans have been able to bring the world of Star Wars to life at home with LEGO sets big and small, and also LEGO Star Wars video games. One fun part of all of these is the Star Wars LEGO minifigures, or minifigs, that bring the individual characters to life on the screen, a LEGO set, or a display. In LEGO builds by the Daps Magic team, quite often there is more excitement about the character minifigs than the actual set itself!

Currently, there is quite a collection of different Star Wars LEGO minifigures available. They are generally found in a variety of LEGO sets that each tell their own story or capture their own Star Wars moment in time. Finding each character and the set they are found in can be a challenge. To help with this, below is a look at the current Star Wars LEGO minifigs and the sets they can be found in!


Loyal friend of Han Solo and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon, Chewbacca is a 200-year-old Wookie, towering high at 8 feet tall.

Instantly recognizable with his long brown hair and warbling voice, Chewbacca is a firm favorite with Star Wars fans and features in many LEGO® Star Wars™ playsets.

Current LEGO Sets with Chewbacca

Han Solo

Han Solo has been a key character in the Star Wars™ saga since the release of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, in 1977. Central to the storyline of the original trilogy, Han Solo went on to appear in both Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, in 1980 and Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, in 1983.

Han’s popularity is reflected in Star Wars merchandise, with Han Solo toys, action figures and LEGO® gift sets popular with Star Wars fans, young and old.

Current LEGO Sets with Han Solo

Luke Skywalker

In 1977, the original Star Wars™ trilogy introduced movie audiences across the world to Luke Skywalker – the Tatooine farm boy who would become one of the galaxy’s most famous Jedi.

The character’s enduring popularity makes Luke Skywalker merchandise, toys, action figures and LEGO® gift sets popular with Star Wars fans of all ages.

Current LEGO Sets with Luke Skywalker

Darth Vader

Notorious Sith Lord, Darth Vader first appeared on movie screens in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, in 1977. He was soon revealed to be a ruthless villain, determined to hunt down enemies of the Empire. Under the instruction of the evil Galactic Emperor Palpatine, Vader strikes fear into everyone he meets with his mysterious mask and mechanical breathing.

Current LEGO Sets with Darth Vader

Princess Leia

Senator, general, sister, mother, daughter, friend… Princess Leia Organa plays many important roles throughout the Star Wars™ saga. In fact, some would argue that it is Leia’s desperate plea projected from R2-D2: “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re my only hope” that sets the entire Star Wars original trilogy into motion.

Current LEGO Sets with Princess Leia


With his wise sayings and peaceful nature, Yoda is one of the Star Wars™ saga’s best-loved characters. And aged 900, he’s also one of the oldest! Small but powerful, Yoda has trained Jedi for over 800 years. Yoda first appeared in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back where he trains Luke Skywalker. In the prequel trilogy, we see a younger Yoda sitting as a Grand Master on the Jedi Council, where he helps decide the fate of Anakin Skywalker.

Current LEGO Sets with Yoda


With his distinctive rolling motion and orange and white colors, BB-8 is the adorable droid who first captured the hearts of Star Wars™ fans when he appeared in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens.

With his eye-catching appearance, BB-8 makes a great addition to the range of Star Wars merchandise, featuring in Star Wars toys and Star Wars LEGO® gift sets.

Current LEGO Sets With BB-8


One of the most important droids in the Star Wars™ saga, R2-D2 stars in each of the franchise’s three trilogies.

R2-D2’s popularity with Star Wars fans young and old has endured for decades, making him a popular addition to LEGO® Star Wars playsets.

Current LEGO Sets With R2-D2

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Obi-Wan Kenobi™ appears in all three movies from the original Star Wars™ trilogy, beginning with Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.

Living the life of a hermit on the planet Tatooine, Obi-Wan’s solitude ends when Luke Skywalker arrives with droid R2-D2. The pair have brought an urgent message from Princess Leia and their meeting with Kenobi kick-starts a bold rescue mission.

Current LEGO Sets with Obi-Wan Kenobi

Boba Fett

With his customized armor and lethal weaponry, Boba Fett is one of the deadliest bounty hunters in the Star Wars™ saga. He’s also a cult figure amongst Star Wars fans, making him possibly the coolest villain in the universe.

Boba Fett first appeared in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back where he is hired by Darth Vader to find the Millennium Falcon and capture Han Solo. Later he compels Vader to freeze Han Solo in carbonite so Boba can deliver him to Jabba the Hut and claim his bounty.

Current LEGO Sets with Boba Fett


Built by the young Anakin Skywalker, C-3PO is a droid who’s fluent in over seven million forms of communication, making him a useful servant to the Resistance.

Always well-spoken, C-3PO is often seen alongside his loyal friend astromech R2-D2 and together, the pair bring warm-hearted comedy to many scenes in the Star Wars™ saga.

Current LEGO Sets with C-3PO

The Child/Grogu

The Child is one of the key protagonists in Star Wars: The Mandalorian TV series that began in 2019. Initially, very little is known of baby Grogu™ except for the fact that he is highly sought after by several parties who—let’s just say—might not have his best interests at heart…The Mandalorian is employed to capture and escort The Child back to their client. However, things don’t quite go to plan…

Current LEGO Sets with The Child

The Mandalorian

The eponymous protagonist of the Star Wars™: The Mandalorian TV series is a renowned bounty hunter who is hired by a mysterious client to hunt down an “asset” – which turns out to be The Child.We come to learn that the Mandalorian is an orphan who, as a child, was adopted by a warrior tribe from the planet Mandalore, and grows up being taught in their unique ways…

Current LEGO Sets with The Mandalorian

Fennec Shand

Fennec Shand has worked for the major crime syndicates in the galaxy, and this daring bounty hunter became a target of other mercenaries.

Current LEGO Sets with Fennec Shand

While these are the main LEGO Star Wars Minifigures that are showcased by LEGO, there are some other characters to be found in various LEGO sets as well. This includes:

On top of all of the aforementioned characters, there are also other sets with different nameless minifigs from the Star Wars universe found on These are fun to collect, fun to display, and fun to play with! How many Star Wars LEGO minifigures do you have any your collection? Which ones are your favorites? Share your thoughts, opinions, and experiences in the comments below!