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  1. We want to move right to collect the bonus on R22 and go back to Q19. Previous: We don't have much information about the status about the rebels, but our intelligencerepurted that they're near to reach the shield generator. So we're trying to move faster. Our team just reached an unexpected obstacle... TG-0222 - Sir, It looks like our intel was inaccurate. This mountain should be further. Shock Trooper - Yes, it should, but we could find a safe path to move cross. BN-0303 - Sir, I just received an incoming message: All the troops have to turn back and move back to the Generator on the easiest way. Shock Trooper - In that case, let's see the map.
  2. Movement: We'd like to move straight down, with the preference being down and right. The Empire had them on the run! The Rebels had crossed back over the mountains heading south when they stumbled on an Imperial patrol. The terrain was broken up and made it difficult to flee and keep ones footing. Thankfully for the Rebels, it was easier to watch your step without body armor on. They were able to soon leave the Stormtroopers behind.
  3. Movement: We would like to move toward the bonus on R-22. For our first move, we'll move through two revealed squares to end up on R20. For our second move, I'm not sure if we can get to R22, since R21 is already revealed. If not, we'll end on R21. Pfilbee Jhorn, oh Pfilbee Jhorn, you came, you saw, you failed to warn! If I live through this tour, I’ll find you someday, you’d best watch your back when the drums start to play! -The Ballad of Pfilbee Jhorn, written by an unknown Scout Trooper stationed on Endor, 4 ABY We live off the land as much as possible, but there are some things that can't be gleaned or grown. When the time comes, every week or two, we load up the "bantha" with fruits and greens to trade, and make the trek to Firebase Pfilbee. The troopers there are happy to trade extra fuel and supplies for anything that makes the Imp Standard Rations more palatable. We also exchange news, and revel in the feeling of safety that comes from being surrounded by duracrete walls and fixed E-webs. The visits always seem to end too soon, but we know not to linger. It's unwise to be out in the open after dark. ------------------------------ Overall build: Base Details: The "Bantha" :
  4. We want to move right and up to collect the bonus on P14. Ep1 Ep2 Ep3 Ep4 Ep5 Ep6 Ep7 As the search any switch to shut down the forcefield lasts for a long time, the movements of our troops getting less week by week. Our squad, as others are getting tired and can't move forward as much as required. We are passing through forests and plains for weeks with, but it's racing with time and the enemy.
  5. Movement: We want to move one square left to U11. Ep1 Ep2 Ep3 Ep4 Ep5 Ep6 Our team finally found a promising outpost to find a security switch. The place, Bunker 0225, is surprisingly calm and EMPTY... BN-0303 - Sir this control panel is damaged and sparklin heavily for some reason, I'm not sure we could use it. Shock Trooper - Looks like this damage could have caused by a blaster, but by whom? If you can't enter the main computer, at least open that door. BN-0303 - Yes Sir, Just a minute! BG-0329 - What happend here? Shock Trooper - It seems something exploded. Shock Trooper - There was nothing left here, just ember and ash. TG-0222 - Could it have been an accident, or perhaps an ambush? BN-0303 - This and the traces inside are pretty suspicious. I think it must be a pretty heavy explosive installed properly to cause such damage. TG-0222 - Look! That's all that remained. Shock Trooper - We need to report it and move further.
  6. Ep1 Ep2 Ep3 Ep4 Ep5 After discovering the force field, all available troops were ordered to search the security switch before the enemy does. The squads visits all known bases and outposts and found only empty rooms and opened crates. Our team just leave a base at the edge of the forest.
  7. Ep1 Ep2 Ep3 Ep4 Most of the Imperial troops are near the Generator, as well the rebels. Our squad just reached the sector with a little difficulty. Shock Trooper - We need to find a way bypass this lake. The good news, we can see the shield generator from here. TG-0222 - Yes finally we're so close to the objective. BN-0303 - Sir, I receive an incoming message. the enemy has reached the generator and it activated the security systems. So our troops need to find a base and switch off the force field.
  8. Movement: we would like to move 4 spaces right, through previously uncovered tiles, to I-18. We would then like to move down. If we encounter obstacles, we will take the shortest visible route, with a preference for going to the right if all else appears equal. The Scout Trooper's Tale They mostly come at night. Mostly. Every couple of weeks, the orbits line up so that the sun goes down behind us while the gas giant hangs swollen in the sky above, reflecting enough light that it never gets fully dark. Those are the nights when the drumming starts around dusk. Those are the nights when we pull back from our scouting camps, all the way back to the main firebase. Not at first, mind you. When we first arrived, almost a year ago, we were battle-hardened and brave. The ones who had been here longer warned us, but we were the Empire’s finest and damned if we were going to hide from the natives. That first night, they broke over our perimeter like a three-foot high wave made of fur and teeth, and spears that looked like toys but found the gap between armored plates and slid right in. We killed them by the dozens, and were killed in turn, before we turned them back. They killed Patches and Six, Joker and Racer and Longshot and Cheeks. They bit Blades and she died eight days later, hand swollen and infected, delirious with fever. The next time we heard the drums, we pulled back to the firebase. Our new Lieutenant arrived last week, four months after our old one was killed. He arrived with shining boots and glowing confidence and the sweet heady smell of fresh authority. We warned him. Of course, he didn’t listen. Yesterday evening, when the drums started and we began shuffling into the base, he ordered us back out. We balked, and explained, and came very close to insubordination with our arguments. He offered to spend the night in a scouting camp himself. He was so brave. He asked for volunteers to go with him, but there were none. So, 9 of us got new orders and off we went into the twilight. The ten of us marched out, nine scouts and our brave Lieutenant, marching into the setting sun. Nine of us, we are ashamed to admit, got turned around on the way to the scouting camp and ended up back at the firebase, trickling in, silently, in ones and twos. We found the new Lieutenant this morning, close to where we found the old Lieutenant 4 months ago. This symmetry secretly pleases us, though we will never admit it out loud. They don’t eat feet or faces. We have many theories, but no solid facts. There are teeth marks on the Lieutenant’s bones, but his polished boots are glorious in the bright morning sun.
  9. Movement: We would like to move 4 to the right with the preference being Right and Down. The Empire had turned its eye to a number of evils happening across the galaxy. Slavery was one of those evils. But to see it happening on an Imperial occupied moon meant that the Empire was more than just turning a blind eye to it, in this case they were sanctioning it! MKJoshA had worked as an Alliance Intelligence agent for a number of years and had an inkling as to why this may be the case. He had run across a file from the Emperor himself rewarding the capture or death of any Zabrak male. Apparently he had some reason to hate the species. Maybe a power play by one he used to know sometime in the past? Maybe they could do something to prevent the Trandoshans from enslaving these Zabrak and thwart the Emperor at the same time...
  10. I would like to move my team to the right 1 space and then up. A small cell of Rebel troops was tasked with navigating the dense part of Endor to find a Rebel pilot. The Rebel pilot, a Duro, was grateful and joined the Rebel cell in their next mission to heada toward the Empire's shield generator. As the group navigated their way in the forest, little did they know there were being carefully being watched. https://www.flickr.com/photos/158444977@N08/
  11. Movement: We'd like to move up 1, to R3. "Hey boys, look what we have here!" shouted one of the Rebel troopers. "Looks like this Scout Trooper needs to go back to the academy!" "Should we cut him down?" "Nah! Let's leave him to whatever creature set up this trap."
  12. Moving: We want to use our 2 points to move 1 square down and 1 left to end up on E20, if its npt possible, than 2 down to F21. Ep1 Ep2 Ep3 The operation on the forest moon of Endor has begun. As all or the available troops on the plane, we got the order to reach the shield generator and protect it from rebellious terrorist. After rushing through the forest our squad reached a river and now we are following it as long as possible.
  13. Marching orders: we move 3 squares up, please. Our preferred movement keeps going right and up. My first digital-only entry in this game. Don't worry, I'll go physical and comic book-style again the next time! Cody Startale and his Rebel comrade Lt. Alia Brynna have crash-landed on Endor. How they ended up on the planet's surface will be told in the near future in another free-build... for now, all we know is that our heroes are stranded on the Sanctuary Moon, cut off from their Rebel allies and fearing the detection by the Imperial forces crawling all over the moon. However, as they leave the crash side, Alia detects a near-field comm signal that is familiar to her from the days of her recruitment: @MKJoshA seems to be on the moon as well, and as Cody and Alia have spotted the shield generator when going down on Endor, they figure that a Rebel attack on the base is imminent. Not daring to signal their friends out of fear of being detected by the Imperials, they cross the plains of Endor, heading for the forest in which the shield generator is located. There, they hope to meet up with the other Rebel forces and aid them in their important mission before it is too late...
  14. This is my first moc entry in Nar Eurbrikka so if I do this wrong can someone let me know? Thanks! Marching orders: With my 3 moves We are going 1 Left and 2 down to D22. As a group of troops were sent out to receive supply's from a nearby drop ship, the odd one out gets stuck with the work. Troop discrimination is something that the empire is struggling with at the moment and the emperor is giving monthly lectures on the topic and...look this months guest speaker is Darth Vader himself (He knows a lot about discrimination, specifically age discrimination)
  15. Goatm An 4-61 by Ryan McBryde, on Flickr After some reprograming, AWOL ISB Agent Goatm An 46-1 take a new assignment as Royal Guard pilot Goatm An 4-61 aboard the second Death Star. Please judge. Location is Endor/DS2.
  16. [MOC] Project: Endor

    Guys, Some of you may remember my AT-AT model, some of you may know my Lambda shuttle and some of you may even have heard these were crucial parts of my crazy idea called Project:Endor. Well, it's done. Thirteen years ago I started working on a virtual LEGO model of the Imperial Shuttle. It took me 6 months. Then I spent another year building it with real bricks. And when it was completed, I heard - from LEGO designer Adam Grabowski, whom some of you may know as Misterzumbi - that maybe I could build a small scene for that model. Well, I took the idea to my heart - as you can see today ;) . As time went by, my shuttle became set 10212, over 1 meter tall trees grew up one by one and the platform slowly took shape. Ultimately, "the small scene" became some 200 kg of bricks, set upon 48 baseplates. I have no idea how many bricks are in it. Fortunately, neither has my Wife ;) . I won't bore you with minutiae - if you have any questions (about electric functions, details or anything else), just shoot. In this gallery you can find a photographic history of Project: Endor - pics of the finished project can be found, of course, at the very end. In time, there will be more of them; they just need editing. Also, I'm slowly working on a movie presentation but that will take quite a while, since some of the mechanisms were damaged during recent exhibition. Have a good time watching the pics and please, feel free to leave comments if you wish. 072 - Seriously happy by Maciej Szymański, on Flickr 077 - Endor by night by Maciej Szymański, on Flickr
  17. Finally got myself an A-Wing! I started with the LDD file that posted in this thread by @TheNerdyOne_ and modified it from there. I took inspiration from @DarthTwoShedsJackson's A-Wing's engines, I wanted to brick-build the fins for a more accurate shape, but I wasn't sure because of how thick they'd be, so I went with the new A-Wing fin pieces. I didn't set out to make a specific pilot's ship, I just wanted an A-Wing in a canon colour-scheme. Knowing there was a green squadron I chose that, and stuck a Duros head on the pilot for some variety. Whaddaya know, turns out he already exists! You can also see the cowling behind the cockpit here, instead of the usual wedge piece I tried to replicate the shape with some simple snot sloping. I'm not sure if I saw this design somewhere else, so credit to you whoever you are if you did it first. The biggest problem I had was the lack of parts in the colours I needed to build the slope on the underside so that it nicely mirrors the top. The inverted slopes were either too short, or have big holes in them, and while it's possible with more advanced building techniques, I like my models to be somewhat similar to Lego's sets in their construction, just more detailed if possible. So I just flipped the top slopes and they're held in place by a 11211 1x2 brick with studs on one side and a 99207 1x2 - 2x2 inverted bracket, with brick and plate inserted into the empty space and connected to a 1x2 technic brick with 2 holes for extra grip. It holds well, but the front ends of the slopes have nothing to stop them hanging open a little. Until Lego produces 1x1 plates with studs on the top and bottom, I won't really be able to finish this part as I'd like, so for now I just pinch it now and then and imagine. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Finally, here is the side profile. I made the stand to not stand out too much, and have a somewhat Star Wars-y look to it. Thanks for reading!
  18. [MOC] Grown Your Own Planet

    Hi everyone! The annual Star Wars contest on Imperium der Steine is on once again and for the second round the task was to build a planet from the Star Wars universe. I chose to build Endor but I wanted my build to be slightly different, to have a twist. I came up with the idea to have a scene from Endor in a flowerpot as a kind of "Grow your own Planet" kit and this is what I came up with. Now it's up to the judges to decide whether they like it but I'd also love to hear what you guys think! Constructive criticism is always welcome! :)
  19. [LDD][MOD] Imperial 74-Z Speeder Bike

    May I present this new design up for sale:--Imperial 74-Z Speeder Bike-- Many Star Wars fans recognize this vehicle. It's well known from the Endor Speeder Bike chase scene in Return of the Jedi. It's also appeared briefly in Revenge of the Sith, and more recently in Star Wars Battlefront as a playable vehicle in both the training mode and the Endor maps.It goes without saying that LEGO has released several designs based on this vehicle. I went to the source material for inspiration, and I couldn't be happier with the results. Starting at the bow, I included the usual flap & rod design. It's obviously a novelty cliche among LEGO's speeders, but considering they are the best part in LEGO's brick palette, they had to do.What's new about it is the rods are now connected in a very sturdy way, and this way also allows for a small underside blaster, just like the one in the movies.Moving on to the man body, I included the usual handlebar design...as it works really well with the minifigures. I did fix the top of the speeder with some smoother brown pieces to make it look more like the original speeder.Finally, with the stern, I added two things: some parts to mimic a seat, and a rear flap design. I'm still surprised we haven't seen the set of rear flaps in the original LEGO variations, but for now, this one definitely works.I am very excited to share this product with you all, and I hope you guys are excited to build it for yourself. MOCpages Let me know what you think below.
  20. I recently started living out my suppressed LEGO-dreams, and after buying a couple of stock sets, I've decided to build a diorama around my existing Shuttle Tydirium set, so it doesn't just sit awkwardly on my display shell. This is what I came up after an evening of figuring out how to effectively use Mecabricks - and eventually losing everything after I accidentally closed the window... Obviously, the big brown space is where the shuttle goes, but I didn't have the energy to put in a good placeholder at least.. and the minifigs are also placeholders ofc. I'm still on the fence about the tree design, this is just what I came up at the moment. I'd welcome any feedback, ideas about how to best go about this, but this is my first time trying my hand at this, so please be gentle
  21. Here's my depiction of Endor in the style of TLG's Architecture Skylines series. It was built for a competition over at IDS. Enjoy!
  22. Hi there guys, so I have finished another micro lansdcape moc. This time its the forest moon of Endor. I have tried to keep everything on a 16x16 base in keeping with my other micro landscapes. Does it look too packed though? I have been inspired by a few mocs already out there (2muchcaffine and sarah von noppenquader) but added a few elements of my own. I have built my shuttle in 'flight mode' as if it is taking off from the platform (with Luke and Vader on board!) However the wings do fold down and it fits onto the platform if I wanted to. I just prefer the composition of the piece with the shuttle higher up. This was actually a lot trickier than I thought it would be and this micro moc has gone through a lot of rebuilds to get it to a stage that I am happy with. Anyway as always would be great to know your thoughts and any advice, thanks!
  23. I'm running low on brown pieces at the moment so I had to settle for a somewhat smaller build :) It was more of a challenge than I expected building in such a small scale. Hope you enjoy it. Steampunk endor speeder MOC (4) by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr Steampunk endor speeder MOC (3) by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr Steampunk endor speeder MOC (2) by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr Steampunk endor speeder MOC (1) by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr
  24. [MOC] Mini-endor

    A micro-scale version of Endor. Hope you enjoy it! Endor mini-MOC by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr DSC_2781 by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr DSC_2783 by Andreas Lenander, on Flickr