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  1. I will be filling this out more completely as I have time. Updated Final Version LDD File (lxf) http://www.brickshel..._jonnyboyca.lxf Old Version LDD File (Russian Nesting Doll style) (lxf) http://www.brickshel..._jonnyboyca.lxf This is my attempt at a Coruscant Jedi Temple (Prequel Episodes) in the style of the Death Star playset 10188 or the unreleased Yavin IV playset that I assembled a couple of years ago. The goal was to feature the prominent rooms and personages that appear in the prequel movie clips featuring the Jedi Temple. Most of the Jedi that appear in the the temple during the films have already been produced by Lego and these minifigs have been collected and included. The additional minifigs that are in the most part unique to Jedi Temple scenes include: Jocasta Nu, Bail Organa, the Jedi padawan that defends Bail Organa, and numerous Jedi younglings. There are a couple of council room Jedi who have not been released by Lego. However, the council room in my design only features 10 of the actual 12 seats shown in the film. These 10 seats can be fully occupied by the Jedi Lego has released that are council members in the prequel films. The main architectural feature that is currently lacking is the towers on top of the temple. The playset design behind the front facade meant I didn't find a method to anchor the towers that made me happy. External Reference Animated GIF of Rendering Entrance Reference Left/Right Stack Detatched Platforms Landing Platform Reference Command Room Reference Map Room Reference Council Room Reference Hallway Reference Library Reference Holocron Room Reference Youngling Training Room Reference Meditation Room Reference Jedi Padawan - Zett Jukassa Senator - Bail Organa Bail Organa's Speeder Chief Librarian - Jocasta Nu Jedi Youngling's
  2. Aid the Jedi Warriors as they stop the 501st Legion Clone Trooper from causing destruction at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during Operation Knightfall! My entry includes four army-building minifigures: a female Twilek Jedi Knight sporting two blue and green lightsaber, a male human Jedi Knight sporting a single green lightsaber, a female human Jedi Padawan sporting a single blue lightsaber, and a 501st Legion Clone Trooper. The build for this battlepack is an ancient Jedi Master statue that appears in the film. Building it was very intriguing because I built the bottom half with studs upwards and bottom half with studs downwards (both halves are connected by a single Technic axle). You can see this demonstrated in a picture below where the statue has been separated. The separation of the statue is also the feature of this battlepack; in which the 501st Legion causes destruction to the Jedi Temple (the feature also symbolizes the fall of the Jedi Order). The arms rise and fall using the ball joint connectors and are locked together by another Technic axle piece. Buying multiples of this battlepack is a great idea because you can create your own Jedi Temple with multiple statues (just like in Revenge of the Sith) and build your Jedi and 501st Legion armies. Hope you enjoy my second entry, and thanks for looking!
  3. Kinda shameless of me to be late to my own community build, but here's my entry anyway. It's a bignette representing the scene where newly appointed Sith Lord Darth Vader carries out his new master's first assignment by leading a part of the 501st to the Jedi Temple in order to massacre everyone inside. It's a very simple scene, but also very powerful and one of my favorite parts of the movie. March on the Jedi Temple by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here's a reference picture of the scene. The bignette is obviously very underscaled, especially the Jedi statues, but I wanted to keep it within 16x16 studs, and it would have been very boring if I wouldn't have included the statues. I hope you like it. C & C welcome.