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[K4-Muunilist-CS] The Muunilist Campaign Part 3

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The CorSec and New Republic teams must now secure the run down commercial areas of the planet, far from the glory days of the Banking Clan and wealth among the Muuns, the towns are a wretched hive of scum and villainy. As the patrol goes on, aided by their new patrol landspeeders, Imperial remnant agents attempt the rescue of a prisoner.

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Thank you for viewing, and comments and criticisms welcome.

The other MOCs in the series are available here.

 

Edited by goatman461

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Again, great crates and stuff lying around to give it that 'lived in feeling'.. Great greebles on the roof...

The standard lego door could be a little more SWy... ;) Nice scene, but where are the people who live there?

 

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4 minutes ago, Darth Bjorn said:

Again, great crates and stuff lying around to give it that 'lived in feeling'.. Great greebles on the roof...

The standard lego door could be a little more SWy... ;) Nice scene, but where are the people who live there?

 

Thank you. I completely agree about the door. I was thinking about brick building a door but run out of time. I quite like this MOC so I may update it soon. I might also swap out the military figures for civilians if I keep it as a permanent piece.

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Great work! I like that you used a dark backdrop. It really helps your color choices. Your rooftop items are great and I love all the wires coming out of the building.

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2 hours ago, MKJoshA said:

Great work! I like that you used a dark backdrop. It really helps your color choices. Your rooftop items are great and I love all the wires coming out of the building.

Thank you. The roof and walls were quite fun to build as I was able to add really any details or greebling I wanted to give it the 'rustic' and weathered vibe

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