Droids are a basic part of Star Wars, and Knights of the Old Republic delivered on iconic droid companions. However, they are underrepresented in Lego form, much like the Old Republic era itself. I aim to fix that.Continue reading “Project K Part 5: Droid Companions”
Quick one today, had some extra parts around from the CMF yellow robot and built a sequel trilogy background droid! Saw him in a droids book I picked up and realized I had the perfect parts to bring him to life in Lego.
RE: Imperial Specialists Recognized During Trying TimesContinue reading “Farce Troopers Episode III: The Third One That’s Happened”
Because the Empire has to have a special driver for every vehicle…Continue reading “Marauder Transport Drivers MOC”
Reinforcements have arrived, and they are wacky.
Achievement unlocked (this is before games had achievements.) I always wanted a Baldarek figure! No, I don’t know why. Look, there’s a quarantine on, I don’t have a lot of content right now. Stay safe everyone. And never trust a bartender with bad grammar.
It’s been an uneventful couple of weeks – I got sick and my wife soon followed with an unrelated sick I’m hoping not to also catch. So I was eager to get back into the studio and build something. Here’s a location from my Ghost Division writings brought to brick form!
Had to build these after seeing them in Jedi Fallen Order. All purist, largely a snow trooper with a different setup for the head. This uses an Imperial combat driver head (the white version) with a white Imperial officer helmet. The kama could be optional, as could the white ninja bandana, but I think they add nice layers to the build.
For generations Sith power went unchecked. Before the Rule of Two was the guiding principle of the Sith order, countless dark lords, apprentices, and acolytes vied for power over one another. One of the most infamous offshoots was the Sith Triumvirate, a group that rose from the ashes of Revan’s Sith Empire and sought to annihilate the Jedi Order.