We’ve done many shows before, but this was the first time we rented out a dedicated space specifically for a Lego extravaganza. In addition to exhibits (along with Kansas City and Iowa builders), we also had competitions, raffles, and several activities for kids. Advertisements
The Techno Union’s LM-432 crab droid was a further evolution of the Separatist spider droids. It featured double blasters, hefty pincers, and a processor that just wouldn’t quit.
Citizens of the galaxy loved competitions in all shapes and sizes. For this reason, Outlander Club denizens even bet on races between small flightless birds called odupiendos.
The Rebel Alliance’s A/SF-01 B-Wing starfighter, made by Slayn & Korpil, packed a lot of engines and weaponry in a thin frame. However, it looked a lot more like a ‘t’ when it had its wings deployed.
INS-444 window installation droids and CLE-004 window cleaning droids often worked side-by-side on various projects. With its numerous skyscrapers, Coruscant had trillions of windows, all waiting to be broken or smudged.
For a vast lifeless desert, Tatooine sure did host a lot of large mammalian beasts of burden. The shaggy jerba was a smaller example, carrying cargo on its broad back.