- See also 75531 Stormtrooper Commander.
Stormtroopers have been featured a wide variety of sets in the Star Wars Theme, and have been redesigned with more detail or fixed details often.
Although the standard Stormtrooper looks almost the same in every set they have been released in, over the years, they have been slightly redesigned multiple times. The helmet has also been redesigned five times.
One of those variations appeared in the 7264 Imperial Inspection set, where they had more detailed shin plates. The set featured 4 troopers with previously unused leg detail, having increased detail of the utility belt and knee plates over the usual blank legs.
There are currently five variations of the LEGO Stormtrooper helmets: One with two mouth grills split into halves, the second with a single black mouth grill, and the third with a thick, gray mouth grill with small black lines, the fourth with a thick gray mouth grill separated by small black lines and with a black outline around it and the fifth and latest one, which features exaggerated mouth printing to more closely resemble the Stormtroopers in Star Wars: Rebels. The eyes have also been enlarged gradually throughout the years.
In 2012, Stormtroopers and Scout Troopers were given new flesh-colored faces printed on a black head piece, similar to Jango Fett's face from the 2002 Slave I set, and the Stormtroopers were given a new torso. Previously, all Stormtrooper heads were all black, yellow, or flesh-colored.
In the Video Games
The Imperial Stormtroopers were the nameless, faceless, loyal soldiers of the Galactic Empire. They were formed after the reformation of the Republic from Clone Troopers. The Clones were given new armor and soon non-cloned humans were allowed to join the Stormtrooper ranks after graduating from the Imperial Military Academies across the galaxy. Stormtroopers are the most common unit in the Empire, seen on many planets as the footsoldiers.
- 6211 Imperial Star Destroyer (Flesh head, x2)
- 7139 Ewok Attack (Original variant)
- 7146 TIE Fighter (Original variant)
- 7201 Final Duel II (Original variant)
- 7264 Imperial Inspection (Printed legs, x4)
- 7659 Imperial Landing Craft (Black head, x2)
- 7667 Imperial Dropship (2008 redesign, x3)
- 8087 TIE Defender (2008 redesign)
- 9489 Endor Rebel Trooper & Imperial Trooper Battle Pack (2012 redesign)
- 10123 Cloud City
- 10188 Death Star (2008 redesign, x2)
- 10212 UCS Imperial Shuttle
- 30005 Imperial Speeder Bike (2008 redesign)
- 75053 The Ghost (Rebels Variant)
- 4560075 Silver Stormtrooper Magnet (Silver)
- K4479 TIE Fighter & TIE Bomber Kit
- Celebration IV Set (x2)
- 75055 Imperial Star Destroyer (2014 Variant)
- 75078 Imperial Troop Transport (Rebels Variant, x4)
- 75083 AT-DP (Rebels)
- 75090 Ezra's Speeder Bike (Rebels)
- 75141 Kanan Speeder Bike (Rebels)
- 75157 Captain Rex's AT-TE Walker (Rebels)
LEGO Time Appearances
Video Game Appearances
- LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game
- LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
- LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
- LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
- LEGO Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick
- LEGO Star Wars: Bombad Bounty
- LEGO Star Wars: The Han Solo Affair
- LEGO Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out
Gallery of Variants