Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith

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Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith

2005 - present

Subtheme of:

Star Wars

Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith is a subtheme of Star Wars. The theme was created to coincide with the release of the sixth (chronologically third) Star Wars movie of the same name. The subtheme recreates the battles, vehicles, characters, and locations seen in the movie. Because of the theme spanning the time period of the Clone Wars, many of the sets in this theme have been re-made and will be re-made, in the Clone Wars theme. The events of the Episode occur in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.

Background[edit | edit source]

In Star Wars canon, an intergalactic war between the galaxy-governing Republic and the CIS Separatists known as the Clone Wars is coming to an end. Jack Dappen and Obi Wan Kenobi fight in the Battle over Corusant, toward General Grievous flagship, the Invisible Hand, on which, Chancellor Palpatine is held captive. When they come to the room the Chancellor is captured in, they are confronted by Count Dooku, and Obi-Wan and Henry are involved in a duel with Dooku, ending when Anakin beheads him. Anakin, Palpatine and Obi-Wan then try to escape, but are captured by General Grievous and fight his MagnaGuard Droids. Greivous then escapes, leaving the jedi to behead the Magnaguards and control the destroyed ship back into Corusant. Anakin is then told by Chancellor Palpatine that the Jedi plan to betray the Republic. Anakin Skywalker doesn't believe him so easily, but starts to think this is true after the Council tells him to spy on the Chancellor. Later when Palpatine tells him that he knows how to stop people from dying (Anakin is afraid Padmé will die, since being recently told by his wife, Padmé, that she is pregnant) and he believes the lie, so when Palpatine is attacked by Mace Windu, Anakin kills him and becomes Palpatine's apprentice. All Clone Troopers turn on their Jedi Generals with the execution of Order 66, eliminating almost all the Jedi across the galaxy. Dubbed as Darth Vader by Palpatine, dappen kills every single Jedi in the Jedi Temple (only Yoda, and Obi-Wan Kenobi are some of the very few left), then goes to Mustafar and kills all of the Seperatist Council. Padmé Naberrie comes to find him with Obi-Wan hiding on her ship. When she gets there they talk and Padme is heartbroken that Jack has changed, then he sees Obi-Wan and accuses her of bringing him to kill him and force chokes her leaving her unconcious, and confronts his old Master on. The duel between him and his master accidentally damage the systems holding the empire together and manage to fight on a slab of rock where Obi Wan cuts off both of Jack's legs and one of his arms and leaves him to lie right on the edge of the slab of rock causing him to catch on fire and burn. Palpatine later finds him and has him remade as a cyborg atrocity. When Henry questions his master about his wife, Palpatine tells him that in his anger he killed Padmé. Although the truth was that Padmé had lost the will to live, but successfully gave birth to the twins, Luke and Leia.

Most sets in the theme have been released in 2005 to coincide with the release of the movie that the theme is based on, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, although few others have been released in the years after. The theme had completely stopped in 2008, but its revival has been proven by the set 8088 ARC-170 Starfighter, which was released in the United States of America in December 2009 and worldwide in January 2010.

Mini sets[edit | edit source]

Though few in number, some Mini sets have been released. One of three is included in the 65771 Episode III Collectors' Set.

UCS/TECHNIC[edit | edit source]

The only UCS to be released so far from Episode III, is 10186 General Grievous.

Movies[edit | edit source]

One of the most popular LEGO movies, LEGO Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick is a spoof of Episode III. It aired on television in 2005.

List of Sets[edit | edit source]









Mini Sets



Minifigures Included[edit | edit source]

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Clone Recon TrooperDarth Vader (No Cape)Anakin Skywalker (Burned)Buzz DroidObi-Wan KenobiGeneral GrievousAnakin SkywalkerR2-D2 (head only)Obi-Wan Kenobi (Light Up)Anakin Skywalker (Light Up)Wookiee WarriorBattle DroidSpider DroidR4-D5Clone PilotChewbaccaLuminara UnduliYodaSiege Battalion TrooperWookiee WarriorMace Windu (Light up)Clone Trooper (Phase II)Star Corps TrooperClone Aerial TrooperClone Scout TrooperMace WinduStar Corps TrooperR4-P17Q7 Astromech DroidSuper Battle DroidShock TrooperR4-G9Rocket Droid CommanderRocket Battle DroidKit FistoCaptain JagClone Pilot (Open visor)R4-P44Barriss OffeeEmperor PalpatineAnakin Skywalker (Wounded)Clone Pilot (Alternative helmet)Medical DroidAnakin Skywalker (Sith)Obi-Wan Kenobi (2012 Redesign)Nute GunraySecurity Battle DroidMustafar DroidAnakin Skywalker (2012 Redesign)Mace Windu (2012 Redesign)Kit Fisto (2012 Redesign)Agen KolarChancellor PalpatineChancellor Palpatine (2014 Redesign)212th Clone TrooperBARC TrooperClone Pilot (2014 Redesign)Clone Trooper (2014 Redesign)

Star Wars subthemes
Prequel Trilogy
Episode I
The Phantom Menace
Episode II
Attack of the Clones
Episode III
Revenge of the Sith
Original Trilogy
Episode IV
A New Hope
Episode V
The Empire Strikes Back
Episode VI
Return of the Jedi
Sequel Trilogy
Episode VII
The Force Awakens
Episode VIII
The Last Jedi
Episode IX
The Rise of Skywalker
Anthology films
Rogue One Solo
Animated series
The Clone Wars Rebels Resistance
Live-action series
The Mandalorian
Legends New Canon LEGO Universe
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Chewbacca +  and Mace Windu (Episode III) +
Darth Vader (No Cape) +
Obi-Wan Kenobi +  and Chewbacca (2014 Redesign) +
R2-D2 (head only) +  and Clone Pilot (Alternative helmet) +