LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles

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LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles

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The Yoda Chronicles is a Star Wars web-series. While the original announced launch date was January 5, 2013, the release date was later changed to January 11, 2013.[1] Since then, however, it has been revealed that mini movies of the same title, but featuring voice acting and a unique plot, will also be released on There is a trilogy of episodes on Cartoon Network, the first premiered on May 29. There was a Yoda Chronicles mini-magazine in the March–April LEGO Club Magazine, and another included with the May–June edition.

It was succeeded by LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles.

List of Episodes[edit | edit source]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Red2x2.png This is a description taken from the LEGO Club Magazine. Do not modify it. Count Dooku has hatched a sinister scheme to use a Kaiburr crystal to create an army of evil warriors with enhanced Force powers. The wise Jedi Master Yoda has hidden the crystal away in a secret location, but as his former apprentice, Count Dooku knows exactly where to find it.

When the Kaiburr crystal is stolen, it's up to Yoda - along with some old friends and new allies - to get it back before it is too late. But who is the mysterious Jek-14...and what role will he play in the fate of the galaxy?

LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronices unfolds throughout 2013 in LEGO Club Magazine, online at, and in an all-new trilogy of animated episodes on Cartoon Network.

Catch the first episode on May 29th and come back next issue for another special LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles collectible mini-magazine!

Characters[edit | edit source]

Main Characters[edit | edit source]

Minor Characters[edit | edit source]

Battalion[edit | edit source]

"Yoda Chronicles" Web Series[edit | edit source]

Planets[edit | edit source]

Yoda Chronicles Mini Movies[edit | edit source]

  • Kamino
  • Geonosis
  • Corusant
  • Tatooine
  • Dagobah
  • Hoth
  • Mustafar

"Yoda Chronicles" Web series[edit | edit source]

  • Umbara
  • Tatooine
  • Geonosis
  • Tython

Episodes[edit | edit source]

Yoda Chronicles Mini Movies[edit | edit source]

  • Secret Plans Are Revealed
  • Who Let the Clones Out
  • Dark Side Rises

"Yoda Chronicles" Web Series[edit | edit source]

  • 2013 Movie Short EP1 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP2 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP2 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP3 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP3 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP4 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP4 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP5 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP5 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP6 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP6 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP7 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP7 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP8 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP8 P2
  • 2013 Movie Short EP9 P1
  • 2013 Movie Short EP9 P2

Downloads[edit | edit source]

  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #2
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #3
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #4
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #5
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #6
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #7
  • 2013 Yoda Chronicles Teaser #8
  • 2013 Movie Still 13

iPad/iPhone app[edit | edit source]

The 'Chronicles' app for iPhone or iPad features characters, parts and vehicles from the Mini Brickfilms. This is available to download from the App Store. App Characters include:

Also features Pong Krell

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Young Lando Calrissian is in the series. According to the Star Wars timeline, he is 11 here.
  • The Yoda Chronicles is also the label for 2013 product videos that are similar to the Online Clone Wars Comics.
  • The first episode is titled "The Phantom Clone", a take on the Star Wars episode The Phantom Menace, just like the Padawan Menace.
  • In parts of the series, Yoda has parts from multiple variants rather than staying true to one single variant. For example, he has the torso from Admiral Ackbar the episodes, Yoda has the new torso and old head.
  • Originally, Yoda's Clone Wars minifigure was not going to be used. Instead, the animators planned to use the variant from 75017 Duel on Geonosis. However, this was changed before The Phantom Clone aired.
  • There is a goof in "The Phantom Clone" where the wrong Yoda variant is used. When Ackbar's gunship makes the jump to lightspeed and leaves Yoda, Mace Windu, and Artoo-Deetoo, the Yoda from 75017 Duel on Geonosis appears. It has a different robe, skin color, and head mold than the variant used in the rest of the episode.
  • There is a goof in "The Phantom Clone" that deals with the bus' laser cannons. The first time the cannons are fired, they emit blue lasers. The camera angle shifts, and they turn red. They then go back to blue and stay that way for the rest of the show.
  • Gial Ackbar appears in the series. According to the Star Wars timeline, he is 24 here (20 BBY).
  • To add humor, the only thing Bib Fortuna ever says is "Die wanna wanga"- his most famous quote from the movies. In "The Empire Strikes Out", it is translated as "Do you wanna cellphone?" In the Phantom Clone, he uses it multiple times. First, he uses it to threaten C-3PO. Offended, it is as if he says "Oh, do you want to wanga?" (whatever that means). Later, he uses it in a soft and babyish tone to comfort Malakili.
  • There is a goof in "The Phantom Clone" where Commander Cody first appears to get into Ackbar's gunship, but never appears in the gunship after.
  • There is a humorous part in the Padawan Menace in which Cody calls Yoda bro, and Mace Windu asks Yoda how he gets to call him that.
  • In The Phantom Clone, Ackbar's gunship makes a jump to hyperspace, which, since that particular gunship was a standard low altitude assault transport/infantry craft, it shouldn't have been able to make such a jump because those gunships didn't possess hyperdrives and were rarely used outside of atmospheres because they weren't pressurized.
  • When Ackbar's gunship was attacked Yoda make the quote "It's a trap" to which Ackbar replied "Well duh".
  • Ackbar's gunship was attacked by Imperial Star Destroyers which didn't exist during the assumed timeline making this another inaccuracy in the timeline.
  • In the Menace of The Sith Qui-Gon Jinn says "Thats my boy" to Anakin Skywalker. Palpatine says that to Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes out;

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Sources[edit | edit source]

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