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  1. A normal day on Jakku, when you just want to survive in the desert between giant crashed starships and suddenly some scavengers starting chasing you for your supplies an scrap parts.
  2. Repair Station 616 On planet Jakku, there is a great need for places, where scavengers and road warriors could repair their worn down landspeeders. Repair Station 616 is one of them, where people can fix their vehicles themselves or helped by the crew or droids, of course for the right consideration. At this place you can make mostly basic repairs to keep your speeder ready for the desert conditions. Besides the tools ans replacement parts, you could find an old pit droid, a GTAW series welding droid and even some refreshments. People of the station: The building: The speeders: Detailed look on the Ute Speeder:
  3. Ute Speeder As a scavenger, Tygio Landrew needs a proper vehicle to transport the gartered parts and machines. The Ute Speeder does it well. This speeder is based of a concept atr, that I've found online: I really like the design of this vehicle and made it in form was quite challenging. Here are some of the building techniques:
  4. Mission Log from Cpt. Bannon: We were tasked with the covert recovery of a high profile Imperial container. The content of the container is 'need-to-know' I'm told. Obviously I don't need to know. Intel pointed to the last known location in a star destroyer wreckage on the planet Jakku. We encountered heavy rebel resistance, and lost most of the squad. The mission was successful. Two survivors, recovery of the container, elimination of most rebel resistance, and extraction from Jakku. The rebels have barricaded themselves, and are making a last stand at the end of a star destroyer corridor. Cpt. Bannon: "The rebels are pinned down. Cover me!" Cpt. Bannon charges a thermal detonator and gets ready to put the remaining rebels out of their misrable lives. A two-section hallway from a star destroyer wreckage. I tried to tilt the entire MOC to give the right feel. A lot of rusty parts and trying to make the hallway look like it's falling apart. Let me know what you think. Also - what do you like most, the version with 'effects' or the version without?
  5. Inspired by Battlefront 2 and the final book in the Aftermath Trilogy, Empire's End, I decided to build a MOC of the ruins of a Star Destroyer - a motif that Jakku is famous for. Instead of just building some wreckage though, I wanted to build an Imperial camp, so I built this Outpost within the ruins, featuring a command station, lots of crates, some barricades and one of the star destroyer's battered computers that are, at the moment, being powered by a gonk droid as a stormtrooper does the boring work of searching through its files.
  6. Hi guys, so I have finished another micro moc landscape. This time its of one of my favourite scenes from The Force Awakens. The crashed Star Destroyer is such an iconic image from not only the film but the trailers as well that I just had to make it in lego form. I am really pleased with Rey's speeder. I didnt think I would be able to build it at this scale but actually I think this is a pretty good representation. At only eight pieces I dont think its going to get any smaller either! (I did have one version with one less stud at the back but it looked too blocky) The star destroyer is a slight variation on a polybag release with a few tweaks. I was going to design my own from scratch but actually once I built this I felt the look, size and dimensions were pretty much there and just needed a few extra bits added. Overall I am really pleased with this build but as always I would love to hear your feedback and advice.
  7. Hey everyone, so while I am waiting for a big order from Bricklink to start my next large scale MOC I thought I would kill the time by building a little micro landscape of Jakku, specifically Niima Outpost. Its a very simple little MOC, only 16x16 and its actually based on the loading screens from Lego: The Force Awakens on the PS4 (for those of you who have played it you might recognise it?) I really enjoyed making this little model and I am quite tempted to do similar scenes for all the famous locations of the entire sage (any suggestions welcome!) Anyway as always be great to know your thoughts!
  8. Maze: Escape From Jakku by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr BB-8 has been given part of a map that leads to Luke Skywalker and it is now up to him to deliver it to the Resistance! Play as BB-8 as you roll through the deserts of the junkyard planet Jakku and escape the clutches of the First Order. But watch out for patches of quicksand or you'll drown! You start at Tuanul village which is under attack by the First Order. Navigate through the Graveyard of Giants past a crashed Star Destroyer. Meet up with Rey at her AT-AT home, travel past a crashed X-Wing and some other wreckage, and enter Niima Outpost where you meet Finn and escape in the garbage Millennium Falcon! The LDD file can be downloaded here: Jakku maze.lxf UPDATE: It has been pointed out to me that the maze ball needs a space of 5 plates high to fit through instead of the 4-plates high space that I used, so here is a modified version of the maze to accommodate that. I lifted up the AT-AT, Millennium Falcon, outpost entrance, and outpost building by one plate each. Here is the updated LXF: Jakku maze fix1.lxf Please leave your thoughts below and may the force be with you!
  9. Just a small vignette ;) Can't wait to see the next Episode and Rogue One!
  10. DarthTwoShedsJackson

    [MOC] Rey's Speeder

    When I first went to see Star Wars Episode 7 on opening night, I've been very sceptical. I've seen Star Wars - The Force Awakens three times now. I love this movie, because right off the bat it delivers what makes Star Wars so great: Likeable and interesting characters, both heroes and villains that are fascinating, and a story that is driven by characters taking action and not endless, boring expositional dialogue. Discounting the Star Wars TV-experience with The Clone Wars and Rebels animated series, both of which feature likeable characters and some well-written stories and arcs, Episode 7 was the first cinema-experience that truly felt like Star Wars since the not yet special-editioned Return of the Jedi. I personally rank Episode 7 at number 3, right after A New Hope and Empire, because it was a lot more character-driven than Return of the Jedi, had banter like Empire and was fast-paced without being annoying. Rey and Kylo Ren are my favorite aspects of the whole movie - both are well-written and the acting delivers greatly. One of my favorite vehicles in the movie is Rey's Speeder. It doesn't have the legacy of a Millenium Falcon, the notoriety of TIE fighters, nor is it an icon like the X-wings, but it is a nicely designed vehicle that perfectly fits Rey as a character. It is like a huge jet-intake and fuel chamber feeding two vertically-mounted jets, and you sit on it like on a powerful bike, not like in a car as with Luke's speeder in a New Hope. I've seen quite a lot of MOCs of this vehicle already, but none of them quite spoke to me, so this was an opportunity to have a go at my own. As anyone who knows my MOCs, while I have build some rather huge and mid-sized Star Wars Vehicles of all varieties, I do have a soft spot for speeders. What I was trying to achieve with this MOC was the narrow sleek shape of Rey's Speeder, the characteristic intake and have Rey in a riding position on it, not in a sitting position. I am quite pleased with the result, and I hope you like it too. As always, constructive criticism and comments are welcome. Now that Episode 7 has rekindled my interest in Lego Star Wars, you can bet more MOCs will come in the near future.
  11. WarSquirrel

    [MOC] TFA - The Scavenger

    30 Years after the Battle Of Jakku, Rey roams the landscape, scavenging everything she can find to get her portion for the day This is a small and simple MOC I built when I was trying to build a TIE fighter. I realized I was missing pieces for the other wing and was inspired by the movie and Star Wars Battlefront to make this Rey finds a TIE pilot helmet, a rare sight on Jakku, which can fetch a pretty penny Sorry for the blurry pictures Thanks for looking - leave feedback if you would like
  12. Happy Force Friday everyone! Today LEGO will start selling their awesome lineup of Force Awakens toys, including Rey's Speeder. However, the model is huge, it's totally oversized! So here is my much smaller speeder, for anyone who wants a more realistic build to put next to other ships for example. It's not likely that LEGO will release another one of these for a long long time, but I could see this being included as an extra in another set. LEGO Ideas Page Please feel free to comment, and give me some feedback, and if you really like it, support it on LEGO Ideas!
  13. Hey guys, Now it`s done and my Apoca AT-AT from EPVII cocept art ist finished! It`s my first AT in minifig scale and the next step ist to build that he can stand All photos you can watch on Flickr and here are the WIP-Thread. Thanks for watching and hope you like it? cya markus