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You better be sure you want these expensive Lego characters as they cost a hefty amount of studs! For this list, we’ll be going over the characters that will beat your wallet of studs senseless unless you have all those wonderful multipliers turned on. Our list includes the Rancor from “Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2016), Cyborg Superman from “Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” (2014), Blackbeard & Davy Jones from “Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game” (2011), Silver Surfer from “Lego Marvel Super Heroes” (2013), and more! Did any of these characters give you a literal run for your money? Share with us in the comments below.
“Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars” (2011)
We'll open up with the cheapest and one of the easiest characters to unlock. If you've seen our previous Star Wars videos, you'll know that some of us here at MojoPlays are big fans of the "Force Unleashed" games. So, when we found Vader's Apprentice in "Lego Star Wars III", we were losing our minds. Unlike several other characters you'll see soon, Vader's Apprentice didn't cost an arm and a lego to unlock. Collect all Minikits in the fourth level of the Count Dooku episode, and you'll be able to unlock him for a modest two hundred seventy-five thousand studs.
Of Brains & Birds
“Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes” (2012)
Surprisingly, there is no singular expensive character in "Lego Batman 2", and even more surprising, it isn't Superman. Instead, you have four characters that share the theme of flight and/or smarts - Man-Bat, Mr. Freeze, Penguin, and Black Canary. Each of them will cost you a grand total of two million studs, five hundred thousand a pop. Getting each of them through regular means shouldn't be too much of a problem, but honestly, their super specific powers kind of put them at the bottom of the "buy it ASAP" list.
Conjurers & Kings
“Lego The Lord of the Rings” (2012)
Once again, we see multiple characters sharing an entry for this list, and once again, they all follow similar themes. For half a million studs per character, you'll unlock The Witch King, the King of the Dead, Saruman the White, and, uh…Radagast the Brown? That’s a bit peculiar considering he’s only spoken of in passing and only makes an actual appearance in the “Hobbit” movies, but we digress. With all of these characters wielding immense power, it sort of makes sense that they would all come with somewhat sizable prices.
The Big Figs
“Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga” (2022)
“Skywalker Saga” is very much the black sheep of the Lego games when it comes to its economy as each character seems to be priced judging by their utility, significance, and size. The only expensive characters you need to worry about are the big figs, those being Jabba the Hutt, Mama the Hutt, the Rancor, and the Wampa. Each one will run you five hundred thousand studs, and none of them serve as ideal methods for collecting Kyber bricks. Kids will get a kick out of destroying environments, but that’s really all they’re there for.
Chang Tzu, Gentleman Ghost, Darkseid, Ventriloquist, & B’dg
“Lego DC Super Villains” (2018)
What a bizarre cast of criminals we have here! Indeed, “Lego DC Super Villains” features a wide and diverse cast of devious masterminds and even a handful of superheroes, many of which come from unexpected corners of the DC universe. Just like “Skywalker Saga’s” big figs and the wizards and kings of “Lego The Lord of the Rings”, you will need to pony up five hundred thousand studs for cybernetic egg Chang Tzu, the spooky spectral Gentleman Ghost, the mad titan Darkseid, puppeteering crook Ventriloquist, and Green Lanter Corps rodent B’dg. All five of these characters will dent your wallet with their total cost coming to 2.5 million studs.
A Bunch of ‘Em
“Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2” (2017)
Yeah, there were too many expensive characters to list on one title heading. Just how many potentially overpriced characters are there to unlock? Well, “Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2” has SIXTEEN characters that will run you five hundred thousand studs a piece, meaning you’ll have to save up EIGHT MILLION studs. And all those studs will still only get you a small fraction of the 200+ character roster, some of the most notable ones being Spider-Ham, Maestro, Beta-Ray Bill, America Chavez, and the legendary Stan Lee. Some of these characters are worth their price for animations and mechanics alone, but others not so much.
“Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2016)
The Rancor appears once more on this list, and this time, it isn’t sharing the spotlight. In “Lego The Force Awakens”, the Rancor is the most expensive character in the game, costing the same as its “Skywalker Saga” counterpart. Yet again, you won’t have much use of the Rancor outside of destroying multiple objects with one hit. So, we’ll spare you the rambling and move on.
“Lego Jurassic World” (2015)
It kind of makes sense for Mr. DNA to be the most expensive character within “Lego Jurassic World”. Though his appearances in the movies are brief, the character has become about as synonymous with “Jurassic Park” as the bony T. Rex logo. Unfortunately, there isn’t much about him that makes him more useful than the rest of the characters. For five hundred thousand studs, you get a character who throws projectiles and solves equations. Yeah, you aren’t getting much, so he’s pretty much a novelty character.
Ra’s Al Ghul
“Lego Batman: The Video Game” (2008)
The leader of the League of Assassins is going to require a couple of hoops to jump through before he can be obtained. First, you’ll need to achieve a 100% completion, meaning every Minikit must be found across the thirty levels of the game, all True Hero/Villain meters must be filled, and everything in the store must be purchased. When all is said and done, you’ll be able to purchase Ra’s Al Ghul for five hundred thousand studs. And all he does is use the same moves as Nightwing. What a waste.
“Lego Marvel Super Heroes” (2013)
Considering he is a central character in the story (and the fact that he’s a cosmic being), we can understand why Silver Surfer would cost so many studs. For starters, you can fly on his iconic surfboard. That’s already enough to sell us. And then, he is one of the only characters who can build cosmic bricks. That said, there is quite a bit of entertainment and utility to get from him for just one million studs.
“Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4” (2010)
The headmaster of Hogwarts isn’t the most expensive Harry Potter character on our list, but Dumbledore is still going to run you a whopping one million studs. What does that exorbitant price get you? Sadly, not much. With the exception of dark spells, Dumbledore can access just about every spell and all house-specific rooms. He can use rune cabinets and the Time Turner, but by the time you’ll unlock him, you’ll already have all of Hermione’s variants and Minerva McGonagall. So, really, why is he so costly? Doesn’t help that you’ll have to purchase him twice - one for his purple robes and again for his grey robes.
Blackbeard & Davy Jones
“Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game” (2011)
Unlocking characters in “Lego Pirates” is already an arduous task. Not only do you need to finish the levels featuring certain characters, but you’ll also need for them to spawn in the hub world and beat them in a duel before you even get the option to purchase them. This can make unlocking Davy Jones and Blackbeard feel both frustrating and underwhelming. The characters each run for about five hundred thousand, and both feature abilities you’ll rarely have to use. Davy Jones can walk underwater, phase through sea life, and can interact with heavy objects. So...abilities that several other characters already have. At least Blackbeard is a little more unique, possessing the ability to use voodoo magic and insta-kill most characters.
“Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy” (2006) & “Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga” (2007)
Anyone who has played the first two “Lego Star Wars” games will recognize the ghost version of Yoda as the OG Expensive Lego Character. In general, the ghost characters were among the priciest, and that makes sense, given that these characters were invincible. Yoda is by far the most expensive of the three, however, clocking in at one million two hundred thousand studs! At least you’re getting your money’s worth. Not only does he hold Jedi powers and invincibility, but no one will even detect his presence. You fools!! Your eyes betray you and now you are DEAD!
“Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues” (2009)
Odd that the character who arguably killed the franchise is also absurdly priced. Given how basic some of the mechanics are in “Lego Indy 2”, there shouldn’t be any reason why the Interdimensional Being is so costly. And what exactly does one and a half million studs net you? A floaty dude who can hit foes at a rapid rate and utilize the Crystal Skull to wade through swarms of ants and snakes. One point five MILLION studs to push ants around!! The only other character who can do that is Oxley, and he’s unlocked just by playing the story! Other than the achievement, why waste the studs on this guy?
Lord & President Business
“The Lego Movie Videogame” (2014)
In “The Lego Movie Videogame”, you’re spending TWO MILLION studs on two variants of the film’s antagonist - one million for Lord Business and another million for President Business. The frustrating part is neither version of Business is particularly interesting to use. Lord Business can shoot the kragle glue, but holds no special properties aside from freezing characters, and he uses his monumental legs to reach higher places. As for PRESIDENT Business, he has no abilities whatsoever! Why the high prices for two variants of a character that add nothing special to the game? At least they didn’t pull this again in the sequel.
The Rex Fury Variants
“Lego City Undercover” (2013)
One of the biggest pains in Lego games is when a single character has more than two variants. But it's worse when each of those variants is ludicrously priced. Such is the case when unlocking “Lego City Undercover’s” villain, Rex Fury. Finding all three of Rex’s variants isn’t much of a hassle, but what’s irritating is that you’re spending a million studs on each one! Basically, you’re spending a grand total of THREE MILLION studs for one freakin’ character! And this is a guy whose only ability is pulling orange handles.
“Lego Marvel’s Avengers” (2016)
Much like the Silver Surfer, we can understand why a significant character such as Thanos would cost so much in-game cash. After all, this was the notorious madman who could wield enough power to snap half of the universe out of existence. Sadly, he does not have that ability in “Lego Avengers”, but he can fly and shoot energy beams out from the Infinity Gauntlet. Is that enough for two million five hundred thousand studs, though? Mm, might be in the eye of the beholder.
“Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” (2014)
Cyborg Superman is absolutely the biggest threat in “Lego Batman 3” and probably most of the Lego games in general. I mean, it’s Superman. But as a robot. An invincible robot that can fly and is impervious to just about anything. That’s terrifying! And how much does that terror cost? Well, the same as Thanos: a whopping two million five hundred thousand studs. If you already have Superman, though, is there really a rush in getting Cyborg Superman?
“Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7” (2011)
Leave it to He Who Shall Not Be Named to one up every other Lego game in the most villainous way possible. In “Years 1 - 4”, Voldemort cost the same as Dumbledore - a reasonable one million studs, and he could use dark spells. Not bad. “Years 5 - 7”, on the other hand, is a financial headache, and you get nothing different than in the previous game! Voldemort can use every spell in the game, dark magic, and Parseltongue - all abilities that can be used across multiple other characters! All of that for TWENTY-FIVE MILLION studs!!! And yet, there’s still somehow a more expensive purchase to be made.
“Lego Dimensions” (2015)
It’s one thing to charge us fictional currency for all of the characters, extras, vehicles, and whatnot. In order to unlock everything in “Lego Dimensions”, however, you will have to fork over real world money...or would have, since the game and add-ons are no longer in production. When “Lego Dimensions” was still in circulation, the starter pack would have run you about a hundred USD with add-on packs going for ten, fifteen, twenty, or even thirty bucks. Now that this game and its products are discontinued, their prices online have skyrocketed. Hey, what else did you expect when this is a video game that utilizes actual Lego?
What is the most expensive Lego character in the games? ›
Voldemort has every spell, yes, but so do a ton of characters. Voldemort is the most expensive character in any Lego game when it comes to studs, but wait, why is he only number three on this list?What are the most expensive minifigures in Lego games? ›
Solid Gold 14K C-3PO (2007)
The most expensive Lego® Minifigure is the Solid Gold 14K C-3PO coming in at around $300,000! Released in 2007 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Star Wars franchise, this rare minifigure is prized by collectors for its exceptional rarity - only five were ever made!
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Unlock Free Play Mode for a Level by completing it in Story Mode. Unlock a character by playing as him/her in Story Mode. Unlock other heroes by collecting enough gold bricks and purchase them in Gotham. Unlock villains by defeating and purchasing them in Gotham.Is LEGO Mr Gold Rare? ›
For those that don't know the history on this, Mr. Gold was a rare LEGO brand Minifigure that was hidden in various boxes of the Series 10 Minifigure Collection – only 5000 were produced and released around the globe, so it is extremely rare and a true collectors' item.Which LEGO figures are worth money? ›
- The 1999 Red Sox LEGO Figure.
- The Hobbit San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Azog Minifigure.
- Mr. Gold.
- NASA Alien Life on Mars Minifigure.
- Superman From Comic-Con.
- The 14K Gold C-3PO LEGO Minifigure.
- The Solid Silver C-3PO From 2007.
- The Limited-Edition Boba Fett Minifigure Set.
A gold reproduction of bounty hunter Boba Fett, from the original Star Wars trilogy, is the most expensive LEGO Minifigure ever made. Only two of these were produced by LEGO, in 2010.How many Mr Gold's are left? ›
There are only 5,000 Mr. Gold minifigures in existence. He is the second minifigure in the Minifigures theme that has a title name with a top hat, the first being Mr. Good and Evil.What is Mr Gold worth? ›
At the time of release, Mr. Gold was selling for $1,000 US on the secondary markets. Today, he is estimated to be worth over $6,500 US, well above Fox's asking price of $7,200 Cdn.What is the rarest LEGO item? ›
The team found that the most valuable LEGO set is the “Space Command Center.” Back in 1979, it sold for $24.99. But now it's worth around $10,400.
How much is LEGO burned Anakin worth? ›
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Yarael Poof (Jedi)
The unique Quermian Jedi makes his only film appearance in The Phantom Menace but is probably best known for his role in Robot Chicken Star Wars. He is present through the High Republic, but despite all this, he still is the least-known playable Jedi in the game.
There are no currently expired codes in the game and it should stay that way if the history of the LEGO games is anything to go by. The Holiday Special characters can only be unlocked with cheat codes.What is the code for Mr Bones? ›
To unlock Mr. Bones, players must simply use the following code: BAC1CKP. As with the other LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga cheat codes, this one is entered by pausing the game and selecting the "Enter Code" button at the bottom of the screen.What is the best ship in Skywalker saga? ›
1 Naboo Starfighter
Undoubtedly, the Naboo Starfighter is the best vehicle in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga since it has the best speed and damage output. This starfighter is quite maneuverable, making it ideal to use during missions with lots of asteroids like the one featuring Jango Fett.
There are collectible treats too: an exclusive, golden, anniversary Voldemort™ minifigure and 6 random wizard card tiles. The large, modular LEGO® Harry Potter™ Hogwarts™ Chamber of Secrets (76389) playset is a versatile, stand-out toy that'll enchant any fan of the Harry Potter movies.How many gold Harry Potter LEGOs are there? ›
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Harry Potter theme, which launched alongside the movie adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 2001, the LEGO Group has included a series of nine golden minifigures across its summer wave of Wizarding World sets.What is the rarest LEGO brick? ›
14-Carat Gold Boba Fett
The 14-Carat Boba Fett Figurine takes the crown as the rarest Lego piece.
The first ever LEGO Minifigure was the Police Officer Minifigure, introduced in 1978.What is the rarest LEGO Looney Tunes figure? ›
Perhaps the most obscure of the 12 characters included in 71030 Looney Tunes Collectible Minifigures is Petunia Pig, even though her history goes back to 1937.
What is the heaviest LEGO set ever? ›
Considering the weight of the parts, the 10276 Colosseum is the heaviest Lego set. With 9,090 parts, the 10294 Titanic is the longest set.Does Mr Gold meet his son? ›
Gold Finally Finds His Son. But being Rumples' son isn't the only connection Baelfire has to Storybrooke!Who is Mr Gold's son? ›
Gold (Robert Carlyle) arrive in Manhattan to find his son Baelfire (Michael Raymond-James), only to have Emma regret the trip after past memories come back to haunt her.What is Mr Gold's full name? ›
Mr. Gold has not been given a first name. He is often referred to as Mr. Gold, Gold, Rumple, or Rumplestiltskin.Did Mr gold lose his memory? ›
Gold lost his memories, but regained them when he heard Emma's name in 617 (then he forgot all again) and 101. This is implied in 208, confirmed by writers and later addressed in Season Six.Who is Mr Gold's father? ›
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Directors of M.r.gold Private Limited are Nikit Jain Mahendra Kumar, Naresh Selaraj Parmar, Bhavik Mahendra Jain and Mitesh Naresh Parmar.
Most expensive colors: 151—Sand Green is the most expensive color, at more than double average prices. 323—Aqua (Light Aqua) is about 80% above average prices. 38—Dark Orange is about 55% above average prices.What is the Holy Grail of LEGO? ›
Monty Python and the Holy Grail in LEGO, also known as Knights of the Round Table in LEGO and LEGO Knights (among other names), is a 2001 parody brickfilm by Tony Mines and Tim Drage of Spite Your Face Productions. It is a recreation of the Camelot scene from the 1975 film of the same name.Does LEGO ever miss a piece? ›
We do our best to make every set perfect and we take it very seriously when a faulty one sneaks through. Don't worry though, we can send you the parts you need!
How much did the Lego Death Star cost? ›
LEGO Star Wars Death Star: $1,399.99.What is Lego Luke Skywalker worth? ›
The LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker minifig was first introduced in 1999 in the set 7110 Landspeeder and is currently estimated to be valued around $9 and an annual growth of about 3.5%.How much did Darth Vader's suit sell for? ›
What would actually happen if Darth Vader came to life, though? It turns out it'd cost $18.3 million to make a Darth Vader suit, which is a pretty shocking figure. Most of that comes from the base suit, because withstanding exposure to space isn't cheap.Who is the best villain Skywalker saga? ›
1 General Grievous
The best character in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga might come as a surprise. The Supreme Commander of the Confederacy droid army in Revenge of the Sith, General Grievous is one of the best villains in the films and even better in Lego form.
1. 10123 Cloud City. The most expensive and rare LEGO Star Wars set found on the marketplace depicts multiple iconic scenes on Cloud City from The Empire Strikes Back.Who is the strongest Jedi in The Skywalker Saga? ›
- 9 Qui-Gon Jinn. Lucasfilm. ...
- 7 Ben Solo / Kylo Ren. Lucasfilm. ...
- 6 Rey Skywalker. Lucasfilm. ...
- 5 Grogu. Disney. ...
- 4 Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader. Lucasfilm. ...
- 3 Obi-Wan Kenobi. Disney+ ...
- 2 Luke Skywalker. Lucasfilm. ...
- 1 Yoda. Lucasfilm.
One of the earliest known examples of this type of cheat is the Konami Code, created in 1986 by Konami developer Kazuhisa Hashimoto as he worked on porting the 1985 arcade game Gradius for use on the Nintendo Entertainment System.What happens if LEGO forgets a piece? ›
We do our best to make every set perfect and we take it very seriously when a faulty one sneaks through. Don't worry though, we can send you the parts you need! Please click “Missing Bricks” on the Bricks & Pieces section of our Customer Service site to order the part you need to finish your set.How do you get 1 million studs in Skywalker saga? ›
After a few minutes or so you'll reach an open area that requires you to blow up four exhaust vents using proton torpedoes. After that, you fly for a few more seconds, blow up the Death Star, and the level is done. Run this 10 or so times without any upgrades and you'll wind up with over a million studs.What does Mr Bones mean? ›
Bones in American English. noun. the end man in a minstrel troupe who plays the bones.
How do I get Mr Bones? ›
The code is BAC1CKP and can be entered through the pause menu. All players need to do is pause the game and select "Enter Code," which resembles an upside-down key with a plus sign to its side. After typing in the code, Mr. Bones will become a playable character.How do you unlock Mr Bones in Star Wars Skywalker? ›
Complete the race in 55 seconds or less to obtain the gold medal. You can use any character or ship. After achieving the gold medal, Mr. Bones will be available on the character screen but will still need to be purchased for 100,000 studs after it is unlocked.What is the most expensive LEGO model in the world? ›
Lego® Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon
The Lego® Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon is not only the largest Star Wars set to date, but also the most expensive Lego set ever, with an RRP of $849.99.
90,000 Lego bricks could be worth anywhere between $2,700 and $16,200. The average price per LEGO brick is about $0.11.What is the 3 biggest Lego set? ›
(135 cm) long, the LEGO Titanic is the third biggest LEGO set in terms of size. This 1:200 scale model of the historic ship makes it the ultimate building project with 9,090 pieces. It's a whopper!
1. LEGO Art World Map. The new LEGO Art World Map is the largest individual LEGO set ever made. It contains a whopping 11,695 pieces - that's 2,605 more pieces than the Titanic in second place and 4,154 more pieces than the Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon.What is the Rarest LEGO Brick? ›
14-Carat Gold Boba Fett
The 14-Carat Boba Fett Figurine takes the crown as the rarest Lego piece.
- Eiffel Tower 10307. ...
- NASA Apollo Saturn V 92176. ...
- Loop Coaster 10303. ...
- Daily Bugle 76178. ...
- The Disney Castle 71040. ...
- The Tower of Orthanc™ 10237. ...
- NINJAGO® City Gardens 71741. ...
- Empire State Building 21046.
- Lego® Art 31203 World Map. ...
- Lego® Creator Expert 10307 Eiffel Tower Paris. ...
- Lego® Creator Expert 10294 Titanic. ...
- Lego® Creator Expert 10276 Colosseum. ...
- Lego® Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon. ...
- Lego® Star Wars 75313 AT-AT. ...
- Lego® Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle.
Based on Lego products on Amazon, the average price per one piece is about 11 cents. And most Lego sets in the US have a price between 6 and 19 cents per piece.
Why do some Legos say 18 +? ›
18+ is a set designation first used in 2020 as a replacement for the Expert line. Sets with the 18+ designation are more advanced than standard LEGO sets and are intended for adult builders.Why are LEGO kits 18+? ›
The 18+ line of LEGO sets is a marketing effort aimed at bringing adults into the LEGO community, by communicating the message that LEGO sets are not only for children. These LEGO sets are typically more difficult to build and are often highly displayable sets that look great on a shelf.What are the top 10 biggest LEGO sets? ›
- 31203 World Map – 11,695 pieces (2021)
- 10307 Eiffel Tower – 10,001 pieces (2022)
- 10294 Titanic – 9,090 pieces (2021)
- 10276 Colosseum – 9,036 pieces (2020)
- 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon – 7,541 pieces (2017)
- 75313 UCS AT-AT – 6,785 pieces (2021)