Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama Review

Lego 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama Review

In March 2022, Lego announced a new expansion to their popular Lego Star Wars collection.

In recent years, Lego has found value in its adult audience and has released sets aimed at this fan base. The new Lego Star Wars diorama collection is the latest collection to join the 18 + gang with some iconic scenes. 

Out of the 3 sets announced as part of the diorama collection, it is the Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training set that has proven to be the most popular. It even sold out shortly after it was released.

Let’s break down the set and see if it is really worth the hype or as Yoda said, “Do or Do not, there is no try.”

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Lego Star Wars Diorama 2022
LEGO Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama (75330)
  • Set #: 75330
  • MSRP (USA): $79.99
  • Piece Count: 1000
  • Minifigures: 3
  • Price Per Piece: $0.08
  • Release Date: 4/26/2022
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Build Time:  3-4 hours
  • Building Instructions: Click here

Box Contents

Lego has pulled out all the stops to show that the Lego Star Wars diorama collection is explicitly for adults; a statement that is clear from the Dagobah Jedi Training set’s box design. 

A polished black background highlights the level of detail of this set. This is much different from other child-orientated Lego Star Wars boxes Lego has previously released.

For example, the Lego Star Wars 75301 Luke Skywalker’s X-wing Fighter is shown posed in a very animated scene against a bright background on its set box. The Dagobah Jedi Training set’s black box design is much more simplistic, displaying the finished set and little else. 

Even the back of the box is kept minimalist. There is a cool black and white graphic blueprint, displaying the diameters of the set, which fits in perfectly with the sci-fi theme of Star Wars.

An image of Luke Jedi training in The Empire Strikes Back indicates the specific movie scene that the set is recreating. Following a similar design, the set’s instruction booklet simply reuses the box images for its cover.

Lego has included a great interview with the set design team where they explain how they used the original source material and set design as inspiration when creating the Dagobah Jedi Training set. The booklet also goes on to show some extra details about the set. 

The set’s 1000 pieces have been separated into 6 bags with 3 identical black baseboards left separate from the bags. 

Building Notes

Though the Lego Dagobah Jedi Training Set has 1000 pieces, it is a simple enough build for the most part.

There are some repetitive features of the build that can be fairly frustrating and dull. For example, having to place roughly 177 trans-green 1×1 bricks one after another. 

If you are building this set directly after building one of the other Lego Star Wars diorama sets, you may think the first section of the build to be boring and unimaginative.

Lego has confirmed that all 3 of the Lego Star Wars diorama sets will have the same black base box foundation, so the first few steps will be fairly repetitive, using the same building technique. 

However, as the build goes on, you will start to appreciate the amount of detail that has gone into the set. 

Hidden lightsabers and color-specific interiors are just a few of the features that the final set doesn’t completely show, but that the builder will appreciate greatly. 

In order to properly experience this build during the building process, it will take roughly 2 – 3 hours to complete.

LEGO Minifigures & Characters

Technically, there are 3 Minifigures included in the Lego Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training set: Master Yoda, R2-D2, and Luke Skywalker. 

It is the impressive accuracy of the set’s Minifigures that gives it a feel of a real Star Wars movie scene. 

R2-D2 has been used in countless Star Wars Lego sets throughout the years, but this is the first time that his body piece has a front and back print. 

Usually, it is only the front of the piece that has a printed design. However, to make R2-D2 better fit in with the scene, Lego has added a back element print with mud splatter to make it seem like he has been in the swamp waters. 

Luke Skywalker’s Minifigure has a new print on both his top and bottom pieces. This is more true to his costume in the movies. 

Master Yoda has remained unchanged from the other recent Lego sets. But seeing as Master Yoda’s appearance is so iconic, the reuse of his previous version design is excusable.

Collectible Display vs Playability

The set’s specification on the Lego website advertises the Dagobah Jedi Training set as ‘made for display’

Displayability has been prioritized over playability to give the set a more adult feel. The result is a very detail-oriented depiction of one of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back fans favorite scenes.

A black display border has been incorporated into the set entirely for display purposes. It provides a classier, sleeker finish to the final set. Because of this border, the set feels self-contained, making it easier to display the set on its own. 

That being said, there are 2 more diorama sets that were released at the same time as the Dagobah Jedi Training set. They too recreate iconic Star Wars scenes in detail-centric Lego sets. 

However, because the Dagobah Jedi Training set is able to cause an impact by itself, you will not necessarily need the other sets to make your display feel complete.

Unlike the recent Harry Potter modular sets, you will not be underwhelmed if you are only able to display the Dagobah Jedi Training set. 

More Brick For Your Buck

Really, the Lego Star Wars diorama collection is just an adult version of Lego Star Wars sets that already exist. 

The now retired 2018 Lego Star Wars 75208 Yoda’s Hut set may not be as grand or cosmetically favorable as the Dagobah Jedi Training set.

However, Yoda’s Hut cost only $29.99 when first released while the Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama set costs $79.99, even though they both depict the same scene!

Granted, the newest set does cost less per piece at $0.08 per piece compared to $0.13. But this price won’t make much of a difference to younger Lego fans. 

If you are an adult fan of Lego, then the Lego Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training set will be worth your money just for its displayability alone. It will be worth even more to a Star Wars fan as a stand-alone collectible item. 

Arguably, the set would even be of value to younger Star Wars fans. But unless your kid is a die-hard Star Wars fan, Lego Star Wars dioramas may be a wasted gift. 

Potential Lego Investment Value

All 1000 pieces included in the Lego Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training set have been used in innovative ways to help bring the memorable movie scene to life. 

This set is selling for an average of over $160 on Bricklink when it was first released. In comparison, the Death Star Trench Run Diorama set, which was released at the same time as this set, is selling for an average price of $84 + on Bricklink. 

The Death Star Trench Run set has a slightly higher retailed price per piece of $0.09 and yet is re-selling for considerably less than the Dagobah Jedi Training set. 

If this is the case just within the first few weeks of the set’s release, then the Dagobah Jedi Training set appears to be the best investment out of the whole Lego Star Wars diorama collection so far.  

That being said, the set might be a little more difficult to get at times So, this re-sale value may simply be because Star Wars fans missed out on the initial release.

Still, clearly, the set is the most popular and sought after of the collection, so it will be worth the investment. To get a 100% ROI on this set, you need to sell it for at least $195+ on most marketplaces.

The set’s part out value is yet to be registered with Bricklink as the exact inventory of the set is waiting to be confirmed.

See resources here for RevSeller calculator

Final Thoughts

The Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training set is one of the most adult-centric Lego sets to date. As such, there is little value in the set for children or non-Lego fans. 

However, if you are a Star Wars fan, then this is definitely a piece you need in your collection.

The level of detail that the designers have pulled from The Empire Strikes Back and incorporated into the set is astounding and will be well worth the investment to experience. 

Check out our review of the Lego 75329 Star Wars Death Star Trench Run Diorama here.

Related Questions

How Many Pieces are in Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training?

The Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training includes 1000 pieces. 

How Long Does It Take To Build Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training?

It will take between 2 – 3 hours to build the Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training set. 

How Much Does Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Cost?

The Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi has an MSRP retail cost of $89.99. 

How Big Is Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training?

The Lego Star Wars 75330 Dagobah Jedi set is 16 cm high x 29 cm wide x 17 cm deep.

Acacia Crossley
Acacia Crossley
I have always been surrounded by Lego, getting my very first Lego set at just 3 years old. Even as I grew up and my hobbies changed, Lego stay with me. I started properly collecting Lego sets when I discover my love for Harry Potter and have been an avid collector and lover of all things Lego ever since!
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