Hello there (General Kenobi) and welcome back to the Jay’s Brick Blog Daily daily countdown of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar!
This is the big one, and counting down LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendars has been a long-time tradition on the blog, dating back to 2014! This is something I look forward to each year, and I just love the sense of community around counting down the days till Christmas!
Similar to last year, we have a bit of a Disney+ tie-in with the LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation special, but I think that there’s going to be a bit more variety and won’t exclusively revolve around the series.
You can check out each countdown here
- 2022 LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar
- 2022 Guardians of the Galaxy Advent Calendar
- 2022 LEGO Friends Advent Calendar
To make it easier for you to check out each day’s section, as this post is going to grow longer with every new window, all you have to do is click on the Day you want, and you will instantly jump to the corresponding section.
- Day 1 – Republic Gunship
- Day 2 – Clone Trooper Commander
- Day 3 – Droid Tri-Fighter
- Day 4 – Acclamator Class Assault Ship
- Day 5 – Battle Droid
- Day 6 – Bad Batch Shuttle
- Day 7 – Luke’s Landspeeder
- Day 8 – T-16 Skyhopper
- Day 9 – C-3PO
- Day 10 – Moisture Farm Vaporator
- Day 11 – V-35 Landspeeder
- Day 12 – Summer Vacation Darth Vader
- Day 13 – Darth Vader’s Sand Castle
- Day 14 – B-Wing
- Day 15 – TIE Interceptor
- Day 16 – Weapons Rack
- Day 17 – Snowtrooper
- Day 18 – DF.9 Turret
- Day 19 – AT-ST
- Day 20 – Hoth Laser Cannon
- Day 21 – Hoth Luke Skywalker
- Day 22 – Wampa Cave
- Day 23 – Santa Gonk Droid
- Day 24 – Christmas Sweater R2-D2
- Conclusion & Wrapup
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Here’s a look at the 2022 Star Wars Advent Calendar with the front flap opened that serves as a playmat to display all the models and minifigures. We have snow-covered ground with some tracks and footsteps.
Here’s a look at the 24 windows of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar featuring an awesome hand-drawn illustration of snow-covered Ewok Village in Endor, and an AT-AT with a Santa Hat and Beard. Very festive!
You count upwards from 1 to 24, so don’t make the mistake of going backwards!
As always, the instructions are found on the inside of each window flap, so be gentle when opening them as you’ll need to sometimes refer to them for slightly more complicated builds!
Without wasting any time, let’s get started with the 2022 Star Wars Advent Calendar countdown!
Day 1 of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar is off to a cracking start with a Republic Gunship, or more technically, Low Altitude Assault Transport (LAAT). This ship was used to transport Republic Clone Troopers in and out from battle and doubles up as a gunship as well with a respected array of weaponry.
The build is superb and I love how the designer has captured the iconic sloping wings, and cockpit of the Gunship, as well as the signature dark red, lime green accents on the white body.
It looks great from the side, where you can see the cavernous middle, where Clone Troopers occupy before getting dropped into battle. Again, the downward curve on the cockpit is sublime.
The Republic Gunship also cleverly uses some bucket handles for its twin guns, and there are also transparent round tiles that represent the gunner bubbles on each wing.
Here’s the Republic Gunship from behind.
And here are the spare elements.
What a delightful way to start the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar with such a strong and well-designed model, and something to delight fans of Clone Wars-era Star Wars which has undergone a renaissance in recent years.
Sure, it’s not a US$400 UCS Republic Gunship, but it absolutely satisfies at this micro scale.
Can’t wait for Day 2! Check in tomorrow to see what we get!
Following on from yesterday’s excellent Republic Gunship, Day 2 gives us a Clone Trooper Commander minifigure, which features a Phase 1 Clone Trooper with yellow markings on his armour, hands and helmet.
Maybe he could double up as a Clone Pilot for yesterday’s Gunship?
Still a great inclusion to bolster your Clone Trooper army, or if you haven’t had this minifigure before, a nice bonus clone variant, and I’m glad to see Clones start playing a more prominent part in LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendars.
This one is particularly nice with detailed back and front torso prints, and leg prints.
And that’s it for Day 2 so far. Slightly predictable, but I’m not going to complain about a great Clone Trooper minifigure. It would’ve been way nicer if we got an actual pilot, but LEGO does like recycling minifigures for their Advent Calendars, and I assume they had plenty of these lying around.
Check back in to see what we get for Day 3!
Day 3 of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar is a Droid Tri-Fighter, a fairly obscure droid starfighter which first appeared on-screen Revenge of the Sith, but has also made appearances in the Clone Wars animated series.
It’s a really tidy build, but as it’s quite obscure, I reckon only massive Star Wars fans will immediately be able to identify it. It uses a really interesting build technique, using a propeller as the three-pronged base for the build, but I think the designer nailed this micro version of it.
Here’s a look at the back where we have trans-red studs for the engines.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a Droid Tri-Fighter set, with the last being 75044 Droid Tri-Fighter from way back in 2014. I also believe this is the first time we’ve had a Droid Tri-Fighter in an Advent Calendar.
Clone Wars / Prequel era fans are surely having an enjoyable time so far, with 3 builds in a row dedicated to the prequels. Will there be a 4th? Check in tomorrow to see what we get!
The excellent Clone Wars-era builds continue in the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar with Day 4’s excellent Acclamator Class Assault Ship, which was a bit of a surprise to get!
The Acclamator-Class Assault Ship is a predecessor of the Venator-class Destroyers, which were themselves predecessors to Imperial Star Destroyers, so it’s fantastic to see this ship in the Advent Calendar.
We’ve never had an Acclamator-Class Assault Ship as a LEGO set before, so this is really groundbreaking. Design-wise, it does the job, with a flat profile, followed by a bridge and subtle slopes and engines in the back.
For a movie reference, Acclamator Class Assault Ships were present in The Battle of Geonosis scenes in Attack of the Clones, fighting alongside Republic Gunships.
It’s the 20th Anniversary of Attack of the Clones, so the first 4 days of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar has been an excellent tribute to the movie.
Another excellent Prequel-era build with the Acclamator, especially since its the debut of the ship in LEGO form. Would love to actually get a playset/large display model of it one day!
That’s it for Day 4, and hope you weren’t stumped by the ship! Check in tomorrow to see what comes out of Day 5’s window! More Clone Wars perhaps?
So Day 5 of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar was an interesting experience. The model itself wasn’t all that interesting, a stock standard Battle Droid which seems to have become an Advent Calendar staple.
This places us firmly in Clone Wars territory, and I don’t mind Battle Droids as I’m sure I’ve amassed a small army in recent year. He also gets a medium blaster, and plenty of spare arms.
The additional arms are so that you have different options for the droid’s “hand orientation”, so don’t panic about getting 4 limbs in the window.
Day 5 was especially interesting because I got TWO Battle Droids in my window. Now, this is my first time ever getting an “error” in an Advent Calendar, and I was very surprised that after 9 years of documenting the Star Wars Advent Calendar, it’s finally happened to me.
Initially, I was worried that the double-up would “consume” another window, so I hastily pulled out the tray to check. Day 10 was missing, but I found the bag lodged between the flap, so rest assured, this is a true double-up, and kind of a bonus.
Do note that this is a very rare thing to happen, but from reading everyone’s comments about Advent Calendar contents being in the wrong windows, or trays being orientated wrongly, it definitely feels like this year’s “mistake rate” with Advent Calendars feels unusually high.
A very eventful and interesting day for sure! Check back in tomorrow to see what we get on Day 6!
Day 6 is yet another excellent build with a Bad Batch Attack Shuttle (also known as a Marauder) We’re kinda out of Prequel Era and in aftermatch of the Clone Wars, with The Bad Batch, the Disney+ animated series following an elite Clone Trooper augmented with genetic mutations.
The build instructions were a little tricky, so if you’re having trouble with the wings, here’s a photo to demonstrate how each wings are built – not so clear from the instructions especially if you’re new-ish to LEGO. Hope this helps!
Otherwise, the Bad Batch Shuttle is a really tidy representation of the Bad Batch’s primary ship, and its wings can even fold up for its landing mode, which is a really nice touch.
As depicted in the now-retired 75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle, you can see that LEGO has gotten the general shape, and wings right with this model, and it’s a nice little bonus for fans of the animated series.
That’s it for Day 6 so far, another excellent build and 6-straight days of fairly decent models. Check in tomorrow to see what we get in Day 7!
Day 7 of the Star Wars Calendar treats us to a pillar and staple of the entire LEGO Star Wars theme – Luke’s Landspeeder!
We haven’t had an Advent Calendar Landspeeder since 2018, so it’s been a while but this microbuild sports a brand new design, and also a very clever Easter Egg (I think). Oh, and it’ll also pair well with the 75341 UCS Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder if you were fortunate to pick one up this year.
One small detail I like is the inclusion of a pearl gold and white stud in the Landspeeder. In my head, they represent Luke and C-3PO!
I like to think that this is a cheeky nod to a deleted (and totally hilarious) scene from Episode IV: A New Hope where Luke and C-3PO are riding and bickering with one another.
That’s it for Day 7! We’ve had plenty of Prequel-era builds, and it looks like we’ve firmly arrived in the Original Trilogy era! Can’t wait to see what we get tomorrow, so check back to see what Day 8 brings!
Day 8 of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar gives us yet another Tatooine and Luke Skywalker staple, a T-16 Skyhopper!
Luke Skywalker most notably pilots one on Tatooine, and blasts Womp Rats with them, so these airspeeders were seminal in his growth as a pilot, to eventually blow up the Death Star.
The model itself is quite chunky, with the top fin being unusually thick, compared to its wings, but the grey colour scheme, and red stripe, as well as the prominent Pneumatic cannon (made with minifigure ski poles).
It looks pretty good from the side and back, and this is also the first appearance of the Skyhopper in a Star Wars Advent Calendar, so I’m glad to get something fresh.
Not too bad for Day 8, and we get another excellent microbuild to add to the growing collection. The only thing missing that would’ve made this an exceptional day would be if LEGO included a Womp Rat.
But maybe we’ll get a buildable Womp Rat in Day 9? That would seriously be cool, haha. Check back tomorrow to see if we get one tomorrow! 😉
On Day 9 we get our very first festive LEGO minifigure from the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar – C-3PO in an Christmas sweater/jumper!
The blue sweater has a lovely knitted R2-D2 on it, with some snow/stars around him, and contrasts wonderfully against the pearl gold minfigure.
This torso is exclusive to the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, and definitely one to keep!
I wasn’t expecting a festive minifigure so early on, so this was a lovely surprise this morning!
Here’s a look at the back printing. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the C-3PO with a proper dual-moulded silver leg, but in all honesty, this is a fun and festive rendition of everyone’s favourite protocol droid.
Another cracker of a day for the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar that should greet you with plenty of festive joy. See you tomorrow for Day 10!
We continue the Tatooine builds with Day 10’s Moisture Farm Vaporator. These antenna-looking devices are used on Tatooine to harvest water from the arid atmosphere, and was one of the main industries of the Lars family, who raised Luke.
We’ve had several iterations of Moisture Vaporators throughout the Advent Calendar, with a micro version in 2020, and even a festive Christmas Tree version in 2018, but this one is a more classic, and if I’m being honest, a little boring build.
I really would’ve liked a bit more to it, and it’s safe to say that this is the most underwhelming build so far. Hopefully this is a temporary blip, and we get back into the better builds tomorrow for Day 11!
Day 11 of the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar is a bit of a surprise! We’re still on Tatooine, and we get a V-35 Landspeeder! This is a fairly obscure LEGO Star Wars vehicle, but did feature in a New Hope when Obi Wan, and Luke get to Mos Eisley, zipping by in one of the opening scenes.
Here it is in the bottom right corner!
I really like the design of the micro V35, which is its first ever appearance in a LEGO Star Wars Advent calendar. The curves and lines are aesthetically pleasing, even at such a small scale, and the vibrant white and orange colour scheme helps it stand out from the mostly grey palette that dominates Star Wars vehicles.
We of course had a larger version of the V35 Landspeeder in the 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina set, so it’s nice to see this somewhat obscure vehicle be a part of the Star Wars Advent Calendar.
Much better than a Moisture Vaporator, and I’m once again looking forward to what we get in Day 12! Check back tomorrow to see what we get!
It’s incredible to get TWO exclusive minifigures in the first half of the advent calendar, but here we are with Day 12’s Summer Vacation Darth Vader!
This minifigure is exclusive to the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, and features Darth Vader on summer vacation, wearing a summery tank top with a Death Star, and TIE Fighters across a tropical beach scene. Oh, and he also comes with a volleyball.
Here’s a look at Anakin’s head, where he has a relaxing and chilled out smile underneath his helmet. His helmet is the new version that comes in 2 pieces, so the chin part goes in between the head and torso.
You also get a spare chin piece, as well as a spare flipper!
The back of his torso is equally incredible, with another shot of the Death Star, orbiting ominously against the Citadel Tower in Scarif, depicted in Rogue One, where the Death Star plans were stolen from. It’s a lovely nod to one of the best Star Wars films ever!
Oh, and Vader has arm printing as well, which is a neat bonus.
An absolutely stellar way to mark the halfway point of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar! I love it when LEGO (and Disney) lets loose with these funny takes on established Star Wars characters, and this Summer Vacation Darth Vader is one of the best yet.
Check back tomorrow to see what we get on Day 13!
Following on from yesterday’s excellent Summer Vacation Darth Vader, for Day 13, we get a beachside scene with a bucket, shovel and a Sand Castle!
For someone that doesn’t like sand, it’s certainly odd that Anakin would want to be anywhere near the sand, but I guess he’s on holiday, so the rules are different.
The Sand Castle is a cheeky take on Darth Vader’s actual castle, which was featured in 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle.
A great pairing with Day 12’s Darth Vader, and the humorous take is much-appreciated!
Check back tomorrow to see what we get for Day 14!
Play-time is over as we get back to our regularly scheduled programming in the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, with an excellent B-Wing Starfighter. It looks terrific, and captures the B-Wing’s signature look incredibly well, although it is near-impossible to stand upright!
The design is effective, and the heavily-armed starfighter makes a long overdue debut in a LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar. It’s been years since we’ve had a LEGO B-Wing playset, and I hope this is a teaser for what’s to come.
Here’s a look at the B-Wing from the side and back.
Really happy with Day 14’s B-Wing Starfighter, as it’s great that this iconic ship finally makes an appearance in a Star Wars Advent Calendar.
The ship models have been excellent so far, so check back tomorrow to see what we get for Day 15!
The 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar continues to SMASH it out of the park with brilliant ship designs with Day 15’s TIE Interceptor!
The TIE Interceptor is a sleeker, faster and deadlier variant of the TIE Fighter, and first made an appearance in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
The TIE Interceptor’s signature wing shape, which are bent inwards at an angle are captured almost perfectly at this scale.
Day 15 has been brilliant so far, and just like the B-Wing, I would LOVE to see a LEGO TIE Interceptor set make a return. If I had a wish, it’d be a remake of the UCS TIE Interceptor, which was released over 20 years ago! With 2023 being the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi, I think it would be the perfect time to bring the UCS TIE Interceptor back.
Check tomorrow to see what we get on Day 16! This has been such a good Advent Calendar for ships and vehicles, that I’m not even minding the relatively low minifigure count so far!
There are 3 things in life that are certain – Death, Taxes and Weapons Racks in LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar. We finally get racked on Day 16, but, keeping with the excellent builds so far, this is actually a pretty good design for the dreaded Weapons Rack!
The design is quite appealing, with interesting angles and lines, an interesting way to hang the stud-shooter blaster, a container for spare studs, and even a mouse hole!
I LOVE the inclusion of this tiny Mouse Droid, heading home to his tiny mouse hole in the Weapons Rack.
As Weapons Racks go, the 2022 version is actually decent. I would’ve liked a proper blaster instead of the stud-blaster, but it does pack a punch and can easily send studs flying across the room.
I can’t express just how strong this year’s Star Wars Advent Calendar is – even the Weapons Rack doesn’t feel forced/terrible!
Check back tomorrow to see what we get for Day 17!
It starting to get wintery, with Day 17’s Snowtrooper popping out of the Star Wars Advent Calendar! Snowtroopers are a bit of a staple given this time of the year, and as it’s an army-builder type minifigure, I don’t mind multiples of them.
In a pleasant surprise, instead of a stock-standard clone head, this Snowtrooper is a black woman, which is fantastic for getting more of these diverse head options into the hands of fans and kids who may not typically have been represented in toys.
LEGO have recently been including more diverse skin-tones and genders underneath Stormtrooper and other Imperial-era helmets, which is really awesome, and I’m glad to get a diverse Snowtrooper in today’s window.
Another nice window for Day 17, but I would like more ship! Looking forward to seeing what we get tomorrow on Day 18! Can’t believe we’re in the final week of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar!
On Day 18, we continue our foray into Hoth with this DF.9 Turret, a staple of the Hoth Echo Base defences against AT-ATs and AT-STs in Empire Strikes Back.
This is an excellent rendition of the DF.9 Turret with its unmistakeable design, and I love that you can swivel the turret’s gun as well.
In case you find the turret head hard to build, here’s a reference image on how the slopes are meant to be attached to the core.
It’s always fantastic to get Hoth builds, as the icy planet fits the snowy Advent Calendar theme so well.
Check back tomorrow to see what we get! Hoping for a Snowspeeder or a AT-AT!
My guess as pretty close yesterday! We didn’t get an AT-AT, but instead, we get an AT-ST! The All Terrain Scout Transports is also fondly known as the “chicken walker” for its spindly legs, and the way it struts about.
Like the other vehicles and ships, this is a terrific take on the AT-ST, and I especially like the inclusion of a white snowy baseplate, which allows you to pose the AT-ST in a walking motion.
It’s really effective, and as an added bonus, the head/turret also rotates which amps up the playability.
Another great day, and now we have a target for our lone DF.9 Turret! Loving the Hoth builds so far and can’t wait to see what we get tomorrow on Day 20!
On Day 20, we get more Hoth Echo Base defences with a Laser Cannon. Technically, it’s called the 1.4 FD P-Tower, but Hoth Laser Cannon rolls of the tongue much easier.
The design of the radar dish-looking Laser Cannon is spot on, and combined with the DF.9 Turret, makes for a formidable defence against the AT-ST and Snowtrooper!
Here’s a look at the back of the Cannon – I like that there’s a lever/handle for a Rebel to operate!
Pretty decent build from Day 20! It’s hard to believe that there are only 4 days remaining in the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar – check in tomorrow to see what we get!
On Day 21, still on Hoth, we receive a Luke Skywalker minifigure, complete with his Hoth outfit, and his blue lightsaber! It’s a great looking minifigure, with detailed torso and leg prints, and his helmet where the snow goggles can be positioned above or over his eyes.
This minifigure was previously only available in 75298 AT-AT vs Tauntaun Microfighter set, which I believe has now been retired.
Here’s a look at his dual-sided head, and back printing. This version of Luke features a white balaclava for that extra bit of movie accuracy.
Not a bad day, and always a pleasure to see a minifigure, more so a Skywalker pop out of a window!
Only three days remain till the end! Check back tomorrow to see what we get on Day 22!
We continue with more Hoth goodness on Day 22 of the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar with a Wampa Cave, from Empire Strikes Back! While out scouting, Luke Skywalker is captured by a Wampa, a ferocious Yeti-like creature native to Hoth, and is brought back to its cave, presumably to eat later.
This is an excellent nod to the iconic scene, and the cave itself is well-designed, with some nice details like a bone, and a tooth-piece used for icy details.
The best part is that you can hang yesterday’s Luke Skywalker upside down to fully re-create the scene from Empire Strikes Back, making this a really neat two-in-one build!
Can’t believe there’s only 2 more window left to open! Check back tomorrow to see what we get on Day 23!
Day 23 is the penultimate day of the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, and we receive a phenomenal festive model – a Santa Gonk Droid! Gonk Droids, are one of the most lovable droids from the Original Trilogy, mostly because of their blocky bodies, and stumpy legs.
This Santa Gonk Droid is excellent, with a festive red and white colour scheme, and even a beard attached to its design!
It’s super cute and I also love that it has black boots, just like Santa!
Festive Gonk Droids have been a recent staple of LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendars, and after an unfortunate hiatus last year (they had to make space for 3 Weapons Racks), it’s great to see these festive Gonk Droids make a return!
Above are the Snowman Gonk Droid from 2019, and Christmas Present Gonk Droid from 2020. I hope we get a Gingerbread Gonk Droid next year, or maybe a Reindeer one!
Tomorrow is the final day of the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, and I’ll be sad for this one to end, as it’s been one of the BEST LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendars for a while, if not ever.
Check back in tomorrow to see how we close off with Day 24, and for a wrapup to conclude things!
We finish off the 2022 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar with Day 24’s R2-D2, in a cosy Christmas sweater! It’s a fun festive variant that’s exclusive to this Advent Calendar, with one side having C-3PO’s face knitted onto it.
And on the back, we have the Rebel symbol in the same pixel knit design.
It’s a great way to end the Advent Calendar with a festive minifigure, and a fantastic companion to Day 9’s C-3PO who has an R2-D2 Christmas sweater!
Conclusion & Final Thoughts
It’s safe to say that the 2022 LEGO Star Wars has been one of the finest Advent Calendars in some time, and a massive improvement from last year’s travesty which had THREE (bad) Weapons Racks in it. Still scarred from that horrow-show.
The minifigure lineup from this year’s Advent Calendar has been pretty solid, and I really like that we get three exclusive variants, in the form of Vacation Darth Vader, and C-3PO and R2-D2 in ugly Christmas jumpers, which feels pretty generous. More, if you add in the Santa Gonk Droid!
I really like the Vacation Darth Vader’s torso, and while we don’t have a Santa-type character, our beloved droids do fill in the role of Winter-themed minifigs.
The highlight for me from this year’s Advent Calendar has been the ship and vehicle designs which have been sublime. It feels like the designers have completely reimagined ship designs, and there’s been some really clever use of elements, as well as never-before-depicted ships and starfighters making an appearance.
My favourite builds have to be Darth Vader’s Sand Castle, AT-ST, Bad Batch Shuttle, and Droid Trifighter. It says a LOT about the designs, when even the Weapons Rack is good this year!
Massive kudos to the LEGO Star Wars team for upping the ante with this year’s Star Wars Advent Calendar, with so many great models and minifigures! It’s going to be hard to top 2022, but I can’t wait ti see what we get next year!
A very special thank YOU for following every day of this year’s LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar countdown. It’s been an absolute delight counting down the days till Christmas, and sharing the love of LEGO and Star Wars in this seasonal tradition.
Whether you’re here for the first time, or have been following for years, I’ve really enjoyed reading every single comment, and for yet another successful year!
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