All Easter Eggs In LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga

Our Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Easter Eggs guide entails the location of all 34 easter eggs players can come across in the game.

The Lego Franchise is known for its use of tons of Easter eggs in almost every new title they release; most of the Lego games are packed with secret references and gags, Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga is no different. There and tons of references and memes to be found in Lego Star Wars; the game has made secret references to many other T.V. shows and movies, including Indiana Jones, Lord of the Ring, Mandalorian, and even Breaking Bad. Dedicated and loyal fans find these references exciting and fun, so we have covered all Easter eggs in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga in this guide. 

All Easter Eggs Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga

Players can find many fun and interesting Easter eggs in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga; spotting these Easter eggs can bring about a certain level of satisfaction among fans, so here is a complete list of all Easter eggs you can find. Exploring these Easter Eggs co-op might make it more fun and exciting.

Lando’s Wardrobe

Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga
Lando’s wardrobe

This wardrobe can be found in episode five of Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga. You can find this wardrobe when the game prompts the player to find Darth Vader; You can find Lando’s Wardrobe in one of the locked rooms. Once you enter, you can find Lando’s room with all of his capes hanging around; It’s an Easter egg that refers to the star wars character Lando who is obsessed with his capes more than anything else. 

Qui Gon Jin 

One of the dialogues that Qui Gon Jin would often utter is a reference to the Tekken live-action movie Qui Gon Jin would speak, ” I have a particular set of skills that will come in handy here” every time he encounters a puzzle to solve. This iconic dialogue is spoken by Liam Neeson’s in his role during the Tekken movie; Qui Gon Jin speaking this dialogue in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga is a great Easter egg that serves as fanservice to Tekken fans, especially when both of these characters are played by the same actor.

Indiana Jones Hat

Indiana Jones Iconic Hat
Howdy?

When you open the airlock in episode one, many stormtroopers will get swept away into space; You will also see various other blocks getting sucked in by the space. If you pause, you can find an iconic Indiana Jones hat in one of the items lost in space. 

Luke’s Milk

Luke can often drink milk in the Lego Star Wars Skywalker saga. These multiple references are a fun gag popular among Lego fans, with the franchise releasing a Luke figure in which you can see him drink from his blue milk box. This action by Luke is a gag used by the Star Wars franchise after Luke could be seen drinking milk during the Last Jedi film.

Blue Milk Headlines

You can spot a stormtrooper reading a newspaper with the headline that shows that the sales of blue milk have gone up. This is a reference to the fact that the blue milk-drinking Luke figure got immensely popular among fans and got sold out. You can find the stormtrooper near Mos Eisley, beside one of the checkpoints.

Lord of the Rings

Both Beaumont Kin in Star Wars and Brandybuck in Lord of the Rings share the same actor ” Dominic Monaghan.” In one of the lines, Beaumont refers to a dialogue spoken by Brandybuck; Beaumont complains about his request being denied for a second breakfast. The hobbits in the Lord of the Rings eat their breakfast twice. So, this Easter egg was an interesting reference to the Lord of the Rings series.

Cover Arts in Kylo’s Room

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Cover Arts in Kylo’s room

You can find cover arts of previous Lego Star Wars games in Kylo’s room. You can spot these cover arts in Kylo’s room during a cutscene when Rey visits Kylo’s room. This is an exciting Easter egg that appeals to the nostalgia of players.

Ben Kenobi’s Scream

Once you are done battling the Tusken Raiders, you will suddenly hear a loud scream that appears very strange. This scream resembles the scream of the Great Dragons in the Mandalorian franchise. The cutscene will then show Ben Kenobi screaming from a distance.

7000 Pieces

If you play episode four while you have selected Hans Solo as your main character, he will utter a dialogue while you are fixing the falcon to escape in one piece. Hans will say, ” we need to get outta here in one piece rather than 7000 little ones”. The 7000 pieces is a hidden reference to the Millenium Falcon set released by the Lego Star Wars franchise. This set featured 7541 lego blocks pieces that players could assemble to make a Millenium Falcon.

Xenoblade Reference.

You will find a particular disco director in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga; at one point in the game, he will utter ” I am really feeling it,” which references a famous dialogue in the Xenoblade franchise. This Easter was sneaked in by one of Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga developers, who was a great fan of Xenoblade Chronicles.

Codebreaker

Codebreaker Lego
Let’s break some codes

This piece comes with many Lego sets, so players can easily detach and attach blocks. This tool is often used in the game and in a few cutscenes. The Codebreaker tool can help remove blocks without damaging them, and characters in a cutscene can be seen using it to unlock a door.

Raiders of the Great Temple.

The name of this mission is a reference to two Indiana Jones movies, namely ” Raiders of the lost arc” and ” Temple of Doom.” You can spot many Indiana Jones Easter eggs in the Lego Star Wars franchise, which is excellent fanservice for Indian Jones fans. If you want to read more interesting guides, then go through our The Skywalker Saga Capital Ships guide and learn how to unlock all five of them in the game.

Din Djarin and Tusken Raiders

The inclusion of Din Djarin is an excellent reference to the Mandalorian series, which is another popular space t.v. Show. As shown in Mandalorian, Din Djarin has a friendly relationship with the Tusken Raiders. These Tusken Raiders would refuse to attack Din Djarin as they consider him their ally. If you are playing through the Tatooine part with Din Djarin as your character, you can clear this area quickly as these Tusken Raiders would not dare to shoot him.

Jogans

You can spot a Jogan crate during the Rise of the Skywalker arc. Jogans are a popular fruit in the Lego Star Wars franchise and can be found in various Star Wars media, including books and animated series. During the episode, when your party member hides under a crate, notice the label on the box to find Jogan written on it.

Lego Star Wars Cover Art

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Naboo’s island cover art

You can find the original Lego Cover art floating around the coast of Naboo island. You can even find some CDs inside the box art. This is an incredible hidden Easter egg that can make a player feel nostalgic as it pays homage to the first game.

Anakin Saber

If you leave Anakin idle for some time, You will see one of the idle animations that Anakin’s saber would simultaneously change colors from blue to red. This is a reference to the fact that Anakin becomes an Antagonist later in the Star War series. So, it is a clever and exciting hidden Easter egg in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Sage.

Nobot

Nobot
He really looks dead doesn’t he?

You can encounter a mysterious dark droid known as Nobot in the game. Nobot can be found in the legends short story. Nobot is one of the forgotten unnamed protocol droids. This Easter egg is a strange addition to the Lego Star Wars Skywalker saga considering his dark and forgotten past and the fact that this Nobot has witnessed many dark events during his journey.

The Chewbacca Defense

“The Chewbacca defense” level is a secret reference to a Southpark episode. The episode involves using an unknown creature known as Chewbacca for defense in a court of law. The fact that the Lego franchise used this as the name of one of the quests is an exciting Easter egg.

Dancing Chairs

If you rearrange chairs in a specific way in one of the rooms, they will start dancing. This is a fun Easter egg that references the past Lego Star Wars games and is nostalgic to the players. Many fans appreciated the return of the dancing chairs. You can find the chairs in one of the rooms during episode one.

Dagobah E3 Ship

In Dagobah, you will find a massive structure on the northwestern side of Dragonsnake Bog. This colossal structure is known as an E3 lifeboat. This Easter egg refers to the spaceship that Yoda used in the Lego Star Wars movies during the Jedi Purge arc.

Stormtroopers Bathtub

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Stormtroopers living the good life

You can find a few Stormtroopers relaxing and enjoying their life in a bathtub amidst the chaos in the spaceship. These Stormtroopers without a care for the world can also be found in the original Lego Star Wars game and is a fun Easter egg that makes a gag on the Stormtroopers. e.

Dancing with the Star Wars

The name of this mission is a pun and a reference to the dancing with the stars, which is a popular T.V. show. The show involves a dancing competition. This quest in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga would require you to start a party and fix the jukebox to make the environment groovy while making the NPCs dance.

Palpatine’s Lightning Powers

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Palpatine’s lightning powers

Palpatine can use lightning powers in the Star Wars movie. The game utilized this lightning power in the form of Lego blocks, and it seems like Palpatine cannot use them. So, this makes this Easter egg fun, and players can enjoy seeing Palpatine try to use his powers but fails immediately.

The Hidden Fortress

During the Return of the Jedi episode, you can spot Aurebesh that reads ” The Hidden Fortress.” This is a reference to a movie directed by one of the most famous Japanese Directors ” Akira Kurosawa. The film Hidden Fortress is one of the greatest movies that inspired the Star Wars franchise, and this hidden Easter egg is a great way to pay homage to the movie.

Arc of the Covenant

Indiana Jones reference
Arc of the Covenant

If you solve a three-code puzzle in one of the rooms during the ” reap what you solo” level, you can find an iconic Easter egg from Indiana Jones. This golden structure in front of you is the arc of the covenant that appears in the Indiana Jones movies.

Zillo Beast

The Zillo beast is a monster featured in the Lego Star Wars comics. During the Force Awakens arc, We can spot two stormtroopers discussing the comic book’s story in which Kylo Ren intentionally chose to head in the Zillo Beast’s mouth. This was a one-shot written by Kirk and Taylor in 2019. You can spot the stormtroopers if you roam the corridors of First Order Star Destroyer.

Book Art

Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga
Cool cover art

You can find a book art of the original Lego star wars 2 game during the boarding party level. This acts as excellent fanservice for Lego Star War fans as they feel a sense of nostalgia, but of course, you can choose to destroy the book art and your nostalgia for some studs. 

Maz’s Castle

You can find another cover art in Maz’s Castle; this cover art can be found on the side of all the gathered junk in a small room. These cover arts are an excellent Easter egg that can cater to a player’s nostalgia. You can find this cover art in the catacombs.

TT-2005 

Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga
Not the guy you wanna mess with

When you get aboard the executor, you would be required to fight a boss named TT-2005. This is a hidden reference to the release date of the first Lego Star Wars games. TT was the name of the developer company that worked on this game. These may appear random numbers to you, but it’s a carefully hidden Easter egg in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga. To beat bosses more effectively check out our list of some of the best skills.

Ewok-Dulok Wars

This Easter egg was a reference to a classical animated show “Ewoks” that aired in 1985. You can find this Easter egg during the Rise of the Skywalker arc during the ancestors’ festival. If you interact with one of the NPCs, he will call the festival a weird event like the Ewok-Dulok wars.

Better Call Maul

One of the missions is named “Better Call Maul,” which is an exciting Easter egg and a reference to a popular tv show named ” Better Call Saul.” Saul was a popular character in the Breaking Bad franchise who got featured in his show. This interesting Easter egg is excellent fanservice for Breaking Bad fans. You would also be required to beat a boss named ” Darth Maul” at the end of this mission.

Praetorian Guards Aurebesh

In Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga, the most in-game text is written in specific alphabets known as Aurebesh. This language is particular to the Star Wars universe, and dedicated fans can decipher it. Under the boss card of the Praetorian guards, you can see written in Aurebesh ” Red Guard Redemption.” This Easter egg is a secret reference to the Red Dead redemption franchise.

Among Clouds

When you play the Last Jedi arc, you will notice a Chewbacca reading some books. You can find him near a badly wounded Rose Tico on the bed. One of the books he will read is titled ” Among Clouds.” On the book’s cover, you can spot a young Lando offering some flowers to a droid. The romance shown on the cover art is a secret reference to their romance subplot story in the Star Wars franchise.

Hayne’s Manual

While during the force awakens arc, You can spot Rey inside the Millenium Falcon reading a manual. Notice the part where she sits at the helm of the Millenium Falcon; she will read a manual titled ” Haynes Manual.” This book is an actual manual written by an automotive manual company popularly known for their repair and maintenance manuals of automotive vehicles.

This was our list of all Easter Eggs in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga; which ones are your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

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