Lego 'Star Wars' Strikes Back with Epic 'Betrayal on Cloud City' Set!
A new Lego set depicts four key scenes from "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" (1980). It'll run you $349.99.
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Relive the scene of an epic betrayal on "Star Wars" with Lego's latest addition to the franchise — a model of Cloud City, where hero Han Solo's friend Lando makes a nasty deal with the series villain, Darth Vader. 

After the set hits stores and online shops on Oct. 1, fans will pay $349.99 to construct four key scenes from the 1980 movie "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. The massive set has 2,812 pieces, and includes 18 minifigures. Examples include the heroes Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker; Solo's betraying friend, Lando Calrissian; droids; and Stormtroopers. [25 Lego Sets You Need in Your Collection]

This is what to expect in every section:

  • Section 1: A landing platform, a slave ship run by bounty-hunter Boba Fett, and a spot to store unlucky people who get frozen in carbonite blocks.
  • Section 2: A dining area with room for five minifigures, a garbage-processing room with an incinerator, and a promenade.
  • Section 3: A sensor balcony that includes a swing-out function, a chamber to freeze people into carbonate blocks, and an area where heroes and villains can duel with the weapon of choice in the "Star Wars" universe — lightsabers
  • Section 4: An interrogation chamber, a prison cell, a hanger with a secret trapdoor, and room for a couple of vehicles. 

And here's a closer look at the set. 

Key players come as minifigures in Lego's new "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
Key players come as minifigures in Lego's new "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
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Another close-up of Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
Another close-up of Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
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Frozen in carbonite in Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
Frozen in carbonite in Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
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An interrupted meal plays out on Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
An interrupted meal plays out on Lego's "Betrayal on Cloud City" set.
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