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The Freemakers receive a special visitor in the form of Luke Skywalker and his soon-to-be-revealed twin sister Leia Organa, who have escaped a quartet of TIE Fighters through the surface of a moon. After a brief reminder from the spirit of Obi-Wan Kenobi telling him to use the Force, Luke blasts a crater that destroys the remaining two fighters and his Y-Wing is overheated, taking him to the Wheel. Prior to Luke and Leia's arrival, Wick Cooper is successful in adverting Zander from his speeder bike and Naare is going on a secret mission that does not involve Rowan Freemaker, who is forbidden from his exposing his Force-sensitivity to anyone, including Mr. Cooper, as she fears that they will be exploited and/or he will be virtually exterminated by the Empire. Naare leaves just as Luke and Leia crash land in the hangar. Luke and Rowan introduce themselves after he is exposed by a female officer by the name of Estoc announcing their current whereabouts in a hologram. Leia coaxes an offer to Kordi to pay her five times the price of her Y-wing. Roger's antics of clumsily fiddling with the complex controls of the StarScavenger sends himself, Luke and Rowan into hyperspace. Estoc and her command of Stormtroopers follow them, but when they miss the incinerator, they throw Leia and their trash into it, convincing Estoc for the time being. ("That's not the first time I've escaped through a garbage chute." Leia comments after getting herself out.) Luke opens the doors and deactivates the hyperdrive, which sends the StarScavenger headed towards Felucia. His masterly landings and the revelation that he is a Jedi is enough to make Rowan ecstatic for questions. Roger, however, is disgruntled by this, even after he is consumed and spit out by a fly trap. Back on the wheel, Leia, Kordi and Zander are on the run from the stormtroopers and Zander uses a probe droid to fling canisters at the stormtroopers while the girls take the elevator to the upper ring with the help of Leia's House of Organa card. There, after devouring a tray load of hors d'oeuvres from a protocol droid, Kordi finds herself in the penthouse of Mr. Cooper and uses a plant pot to pass her off as a droid disguise. Meanwhile, Naare lands the Eclipse Fighter at the Senate Rotunda on Coruscant where she rendezvous with Palpatine and Darth Vader in his office and is questioned relentlessly about the Kyber Saber crystals in the form of a pop quiz. On Felucia, Luke uses the Force to repair a bulkhead on the StarScavenger and Rowan notices a unique type of flower blooming every time the Force comes within range of the buds. Roger regrets to inform the two force-sensitive humans that an acklay is in possession of the ship's hyperdrive generator. After a discriminating joke by Mr. Cooper that reminds her too much of the tragic day that saw her adoptive parents and fellow Alderaanians killed by the Death Star, Leia drop kicks the nobleman out of his penthouse allowing Kordi to reveal herself. But this only causes Mr. Cooper, after discovering the real cleaning droids arrive, to alert the Stormtroopers. On Felucia, later that night, Luke levitates the generator out of the pit while the acklay is sleeping it off, but it awakens and the loud roar sends Rowan into the pit with him. Only does hitting the acklay with a duo of rocks, thanks to Luke, sends the three running from the enraged leviathan. On the Wheel, Kordi and Leia hide in a diner and the princess saves Kordi from being arrested. Zander arrives in time to save the women via Mr. Cooper's speeder bike. Rowan, inspired by Luke's words of the Force acting as a natural order, uses flowers to lure the acklay away from the nest while Roger obtains the hyperdrive. He is soon swallowed for the third time by a fly trap and this only tests his patience. With a Y-wing decoy intentionally destroyed by two TIE fighters, Kordi and Zander convince Estoc otherwise that Leia forced them to co-operate and she submits, celebrating her victory with the Stormtroopers. Roger, Rowan and Luke return, but without a proper ship, they use one of Zander's Z-wings to leave. Sometime later, Naare returns as well, frustrated with her quiz and Rowan presents her with a flower that immediately wilts. Suspicions revolving around the Fallen Jedi's true nature begin to click for the boy.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 3 votes.
Dengar, Baash, and Raam escape from prison on Cloud City and report to Graballa, who had just made another failed attempt to convince Jabba to let him open a resort. Rowan is troubled by the revelations of last episode and fears that Naare is a villain, but is unable to tell his siblings due to their concern over their cash flow. Podracing champion Ben Quadinaros then approaches the family about serving as his pit crew in a race on Tattooine, but it turns out to be a setup by Graballa. Fortunately, the Freemakers are able to escape on a stolen Podracer after Jabba arrives to investigate Graballa's presence, but end up stuck in the desert after the podrace leads to the destruction of their vehicle. They manage to take refuge in an abandoned Jawa sandcrawler, and the elder siblings contact Naare despite Rowan's half-hearted attempts to convince them not to do so. Graballa's forces arrive and attack, and are about to capture the Freemakers when Naare arrives and overcomes them with relative ease. During the battle, however, Rowan hides in her Eclipse Fighter and discovers her red-bladed lightsaber and dark side connection when the Emperor calls to check on her progress. Unfortunately, the elder Freemakers are more convinced than ever of Naare's "heroic" nature, leaving Rowan at a loss as to how to deal with the deceiving sith.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 3 votes.
Rowan reveals to the other Freemakers that Naare is a Sith, and the group manage to escape her after being pursued by her in the Eclipse Fighter, though the Star Scavenger is badly damaged. Naare ends up making a deal with Graballa to hunt down the Freemakers and the crystals together, while the Freemakers crash land on Takodana, home to Maz Kanata. They lightly damage the ship of pirate Hondo Ohnaka, who is convinced to spare the Freemakers harm in exchange for them retrieving three golden orbs from one of Takodana's moons. Rowan, to his surprise, senses a Kyber Saber Crystal in Maz's castle, but assumes that he is imagining things and accompanies his siblings and Roger to the moon. Unfortunately, they find that the orbs are in a pit surrounded by adult Varactyls, giant carnivorous lizards, and resort to lowering Roger into the pit from their smaller ship while the creatures are asleep. Unfortunately Roger wakes the creatures up after attempting to take more than Hondo's requested three orbs, and Rowan then discovers that the golden objects are Varactyl eggs. The group then return and confront Hondo over his dirty deal, and Maz then kicks Hondo out before gifting the Freemakers with a needed piece for their ship and another Kyber Saber Crystal. She then advises Rowan that, when things become desperate, he should seek out the Maker of Zoh.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 3 votes.
The Freemakers continue to search for the Kyber Saber Crystals while being pursued by Naare, and lose one on a water planet before traveling to Naboo, where they discover one hidden in the Emperor Palpatine Museum. Sneaking Roger into the museum, they find that Durpin and Plumestriker are in charge of security. Unfortunately, the contents of the museum prove distracting to the various members of the Freemaker family, and Rowan accidentally causes the Imperials to become aware of their presence. Fortunately, he is able to bluff his way into getting the Imperials to leave, only for Naare and Dengar to arrive in search of the crystal that Rowan has found. Roger and Dengar engage in a fire fight while Rowan battles Naare, only to find himself greatly out matched for his former master. Fortunately, he manages to bring down the museum and recovers Naare's blue lightsaber after she steals back her red lightsaber and gets the crystal from him, and the Freemakers escape. The Freemakers then learn that Naare has been using Roger to track them; Naare, learning of their discovery, is unconcerned, as the final crystal is known to be located on Hoth.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 3 votes.
Realizing that Naare will be waiting for them on Hoth and has six of the seven Kyber Saber Crystals, the Freemakers ponder their next move after removing Roger's transmitter, which has been communicating to Naare since they contacted her from Tattooine. Remembering Maz's counsel, Rowan suggests that they travel to Zoh in search of the Maker; despite Zoh turning out to be a supposedly uninhabited junk planet, the group decides to go there. Upon arrival they find several cobbled together droids who attempt to drive them away only for them to be saved by the Maker, who is revealed to be Jek-14; Rowan then persuades him to teach him what he knows of building with the Force. Jek's droid companions become fearful that the Freemakers will take Jek with them and scheme to turn Roger to their side and destroy the unwanted interlopers; however, Roger proves faithful to his "family" and reactivates his transmitter, which brings Naare and Graballa to Zoh in search of the Freemakers. Jek confronts Naare while the Freemakers escape and is buried in junk; however, after the Freemakers and their enemies depart for Hoth, his hand is seen emerging from the pile as his droid friends rebuild.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 3 votes.
The Sith and Jedi continue to fight on Geonosis, while the Senate celebrates on Coruscant. Jek-14 debates his allegiances, then there's more fighting on the volcanic Mustafar.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 40 votes.
The Freemakers travel to Zoh where they meet the Maker, who teaches Rowan how to build using the Force.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 43 votes.
The Freemakers meet Hondo who gives them a seemingly simple job that turns out to be much harder than they thought.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 42 votes.
During the evacuation of Cloud City as seen in The Empire Strikes Back, Lobot is captured while attempting to recover "precious cargo" from Lando's quarters. Some time later, Rowan is struggling with moving objects using the Force, and Zander tries to cheer him up by taking him to the Wheel's lower ring. While there Rowan meets Lando who is offering a reward to anyone who can recover the cargo from Cloud City, and Kordi quickly agrees to the mission. However, Dengar and his bumbling partners Baash and Raam have also learned of the mission, while Naare comes to suspect that the Freemakers may have learned of her allegiance to the Empire and are gathering the Kyber Saber Crystals without her. The three parties soon arrive on Cloud City, and Rowan ends up frozen in carbonite while Kordi is retrieving the package. A chase soon ensues as Dengar and co. seize Lando's case-which they and Naare believe contains a Kyber Saber Crystal-and the frozen Rowan, leading Zander to a desperate plan: damaging Cloud City's repulsorlift systems so that the city begins to plummet into the depths of Bespin. They manage to free Rowan, and after being freed from the carbonite he is able-due to not being able to rely on his eyesight-to use the Force to repair the repulsorlift system and get the city back to its proper altitude. Lando soon rewards the Freemakers for retrieving the cargo-his much longed for wardrobe-while Dengar's crew are imprisoned on Cloud City but now know the identities of the Freemakers.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 90 votes.
The Freemakers are in hot pursuit of the remaining Kyber Saber Crystals, but each time they find one, Naare steals it away.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 41 votes.
With the help of C-3PO and BB-8, pilot Poe Dameron devises a plan to rescue of one of the Resistance’s most important leaders, Admiral Ackbar, from Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 72 votes.
The Freemakers are lured into a trap by Graballa.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 40 votes.
The explosive final battle for the Kyber Saber comes down to Rowan vs. Naare vs. the Emperor!
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 45 votes.
It's Rowan vs. Naare in a lightsaber duel with galactic consequences.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 36 votes.
Yoda and Mace Windu meet the Calrissians on Dagobah while Grievous steals some lightsabers. On Kamino, a dangerous new form of cloning is devised.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 52 votes.
The race for the Kyber Saber Crystals comes to an exciting finish on Hoth.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 43 votes.
Palpatine unveils his new cloning technology on Geonosis. Jek-14 flees to Hoth, where Anakin attacks...
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 47 votes.
Due to business being slow and their rent being due in a matter of days, the Freemakers accept a dangerous mission: obtaining a wood panel for a Twi'lek businessman's starship that can only be obtained from Kashyyyk, the Wookiee homeworld under Imperial blockade. Despite Rowan's insistence that he can speak Wookiee, Kordi wants a translation droid, but settles for installing a translation program in Roger after learning what a real protocol droid costs. Their attempt to sneak in earns the attention of Lieutenant Commander Durpin, who is eager to keep the matter quiet so as not to draw attention to himself and risk getting promoted. After meeting party of Wookiees, the Freemakers receive the wood but then learn that they must free the son of the Wookiee chief from a Trandoshan prison in exchange. Despite some hiccups they succeed, but Rowan then senses the presence of a Kyber Saber Crystal inside the prison and insists on going after it despite the Wookiees starting their attack. The Freemakers manage to recover the crystal but the wood panel is damaged in their escape, while Durpin's failure to stop them is blamed on his lack of resources, leading to his reassignment and promotion to the rank of general.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 92 votes.
A hunt for precious cargo brings the Freemakers to Cloud City.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 45 votes.
On remote Jakku, Rey strives to make ends meet by scavenging ruined Star Destroyers, but the heartless trader Unkar Plutt isn’t making it easy for her. Angry at what he perceives as Rey’s ingratitude, Plutt sends henchmen to steal her cherished Tank Speeder. The two not-so-bright baddies meet their match in the determined Rey, who stops at nothing to get her beloved “Bumper” back.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of LEGO Star Wars from 51 votes.
Last updated: mar 27, 2021
These LEGO Star Wars shows are so great. I was very sceptical at first but there is no reason. Highly entertaining and, also non-canon, well placed within the SW timeline. Wether you´re a SW fan or not - I would recommend this.
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