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I am working on a playset on Dagobah aiming to include all major places seen into movie V. The whole playset consists of 4 modules : - a 32x32 Yoda's hut (back) with removable top tree (see below), - a 64x32 dark side cave (left) with removable top trees, - a 32x64 forest clearing (right) for the training of Luke, - a 64x64 swamp with the crashed X-wing and the Dragon Snake. The foggy surface of the swamp can be removed and replaced by another without the hole for the X-wing for displaying the swamp before the crash or when the X-wing has been removed by Yoda up to the forest clearing of the right module. A general view of the 96x96 playset with the crashed X-wing into the swamp, the regurgitated R2-D2 and the Dragon Snake into the swamp. A close view of the swamp with the crashed X-wing (MOD of 9493). Another view of the whole playset. A view showing the Dark Side cave. Larger picture can be found into my Flickr Album. The Yoda's Hut module is nearly completed : The tree, the top and the entrance of the Hut can be removed for playability. Close view of the Inside of the Hut with removed entrance showing the main room with the kitchen, the bedroom and the storeroom. More pictures in my Flickr Album. The other modules require some more work and will be shown when finished . At this level of the WIP, I have one question concerning the use of green leaves for suggesting the fog on Dagobah floating on the swamp and on the ground. I have shown this playset to some people who did understand it as everything being nearly covered by plants and do not recognize the fog. For example, for the swamp, I do not represent the water but the green fog coming from the vapor of the swamp. Similarly, for the Dark Side cave and the forest clearing modules, the leaves are fixed on the floor by a neon green 1x1 round plates and are then floating on the floor (it is the same for the small swamp near Yoda' Hut). So, what is your feeling about this point ?