Corellian Defender with Satele Shan, Qyzen Fess, & C2-N2

How would you like to see this as a new Lego product? It’s the Corellian Defender with Satele Shan, Qyzen Fess, & C2-N2 and this guy has a project up for funding. If they get $10k in support, it could get produced by Lego. So far there are over 500 supporters and nearly 20,000 views. If you like the project, help out by donating and/or by sharing the page for more SWTOR and Lego fans to see it.

Here is some info about the Lego set from the project description:

This is the Jedi vessel from the game Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Satele is a character from The Old Republic. Based on her use of the Double-bladed lightsabre her class is likely Jedi Consular. She already exists as a Lego Minifig.

C2-N2 is a support droid that resides on the Corellian Defender.

Qyzen Fess is a Trandoshan and is the companion of Jedi Consular characters (and thus the reason I picked him to go with this Project).

If you need to see this thing in three dimensions, there is also a Youtube video of an earlier build here:

Like the Sith Fury, this ship is built to scale with the statuette fig which is one brick tall (check here for a project elaborating on the part ). However, like the Lego Fury, the ship has been modified to use Minifigs.

As an homage to the actual scale I propose that a statuette be included in the set, but to make it much more interesting I would suggest that it be cast in trans-blue (translucent blue) so that it can be reminiscent of a Star Wars hologram (see picture ).

Let’s take a look back at the story we brought you the other day about SWTOR Legos and Lego sets. I have to say that this is just as cool- possibly even cooler- than what they have already produced. I would love to see this guy’s project turned into a real product. What do you think?

Lisa Mason

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.