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TheCreatorr posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsThis is my very own Death Star Detention Block AA-23 with Prisoner Cell Diorama MOC built of LEGO bricks: ! Minifig scale ! This SPECIAL EDITION Star Wars Diorama recreates one of the most iconic scenes in the Original Trilogy: the Rescue of Princess Leia inside the Detention Block AA-23 by Han, Luke and Chewie from Star Wars: A New Hope ... Death Star Detention Block AA-23 with Prisoner Cell features the iconic Security Foyer with 2x Turbolifts, Imperial Lights on the wall, a Command Center Duty Post where the Officer receives the prisoners, 2x Cargo Containers, a 57C Holocam and one fully closed hexagon-shaped Blast Door. The other Blast Door leads to the hexagon-shaped Prison Corridor section which features a removable grid to unveil the Garbage compressor shaft, as well as an easy removable Prisoner Cell Door with hidden mechanism, that leads to Princess Leia's Cell 2187 with the Interrogation Droid IT-0 inside. The Prisoner Cell 2187 features a bench, ceiling with lights, and surrounding wall details. The Prison Corridor is slightly more elevated than the Security Foyer and Prisoner Cell, and like in the movie, you access the Corridor and Cell by taking a few steps up or down. The 180 degree wide open diorama look allows you to take professional shots of scenes with your minifigures, reenact moments from Star Wars: A New Hope or Battlefront 1 / 2, or just display it on your shelf. Recreate Han's funny failed conversation, Luke's first collide with Leia, Leia's Interrogation by Vader, or the Escape through the Garbage compressor shaft! I took very much attention to the source material references for this SPECIAL EDITION Star Wars Diorama, which resulted in this highly detailed and accurate recreation of one of the most iconic scenes in Star Wars. --> Purchasable Instruction Manual and XML-Parts List available in my own shop: https://payhip.com/TheCreatorr You can follow me on flickr or take a look at more Star Wars MOCs of mine: https://www.flickr.com/photos/the-creatorr/ What do you guys think? Please note, that you can get the Instructions for this MOC in my own shop. And even if you only want to know how some building techniques works for this build, you can cleary use my Intructions for inspiration! As we all know, LEGO delivers a huge amount of freedom for building our most beloved scenes from SW.