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  1. The Rogue Shadow: from the first 'The Force Unleashed' game. This build took me almost a year of on-off building and it was certainly the most challenging thing I've ever made with Lego! The hardest things being how to keep its asymmetric shape strong enough to pick up and carry around (it weighs a ton!) + getting the odd 'wing panels' on each side to stay up without sagging whilst being able to rotate 90 degrees. I used the only floorplan that I could find online as a guide (not sure if it's an official floorplan) and I made sure that it incorporated all of the rooms and features detailed in the wiki page, including bunks for 8 passengers, medical bay, training room and more. Outside the engine room, you can see a huge stygium crystal which looks decorative, but it actually powers the ship's cloaking device - in the training room I put a few different assassin droids and a large selection of melee weapons for Starkiller to keep his fighting skills up and next to that there's a small 'Focus Chamber' for him to channel his dark energies! .... anyway I hope you like my build - and thanks for looking!
  2. Evilkirk

    T-88 X Wing Fighter (MOC)

    The T-88 X wing fighter is my (non-canon) idea of a 'next generation X wing' produced maybe 10 years after the T-70 we've seen in the new films. The retro styling was a happy accident, but I'm still pleased with how it turned out - not everyone likes the cone nose, but I do lol :) Not everyone likes the cone nose, but I do lol There is an ''E-wing'' attack mode for strafing ground targets or capital ships etc + I added small side hinges to try and protect the astromech droid a bit, as the poor little buggers are always taking hits! Anyway, I hope you guys like it, thanks for looking!
  3. Nagol of Fortfield

    [MOC] AT-RT

    Hey Eurobricks! Here is my newest creation, the All Terrain Recon Transport. I was unsatisfied with all of Lego's versions, so I made my own. Enjoy! Gree would be proud! by Sir Nagol, on Flickr Here is an updated version that allows the rider to sit down. Someone suggested that I replace the blaster with an antenna, which I think is a great idea! At-rt Version 2 by Sir Nagol, on Flickr (Please let me know if the pics are too large. I can replace them with smaller ones if necessary)
  4. Suboken Brick Project

    [MOC] The Moldy Crow 2015 with Custom Minifigs

    This MOC and custom minifig set is based on the starship and characters featured in the 1995 LucasArts video game Star Wars Dark Forces and its 1997 sequel, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II. I've recently submitted this project to LEGO Ideas to try and get it officially produced by LEGO: The unique look of this starship helped make it a fan favorite in the Star Wars gaming community. During my first play-through of the game, I found The Moldy Crow's design enigmatic and fascinating. Figuring out how to build a version of The Moldy Crow using LEGO was as much fun as playing the video games it was featured in. This was my first MOC and was built in 2010. Our family’s LEGO building passion started with building classic Star Wars star-fighter LEGO sets. Once we had a decent representation of both Imperial and Rebel fighters, we realized that we needed some "rogue" ships to balance out the collection. At the time the only two LEGO sets available were Han Solo's Millennium Falcon and Boba Fett's Slave 1. The Moldy Crow immediately came to mind as a great ship to add to our collection. While searching online for references of the ship, two color schemes were often presented. Most of the in-game screen shots leaned towards using Dark Tan as the ship's primary color. However, several custom made illustrations and model kits presented The Moldy Crow using rust colors, similar to LEGO's Dark Orange bricks. I decided to use the Dark Orange color scheme because it looked better amongst our other Star Wars sets, and because (at the time) LEGO pieces available in Dark Orange had the specific shapes I was looking for. I modified the MOC over the summer (2015) to clean up the build, getting it ready for its submission to LEGO Ideas. I hope you like. Starship build features: full cockpit that seats both Katarn and Ors minifigures retractable landing gear 360º rotating turret high swooshabilty To see more images of this MOC, please check out the photo album on Flickr: