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STAP (Single Trooper Aerial Platform)
My latest creation is the STAP. Small things seem to call to me; it's weird.... Just like weird is weird. They tell you in schools that "'I' before 'e' except after 'c'", but weird is just...weird. Anyways, that's beside the topic. Before you ask, there are no modified pieces, only illegal connections. The sticker is official and no-modified, from 7675 AT-TE. I will be happy to answer a parts question, but don'e ask for instructions.
About this creation
Why choose Legoarts?


Armament
Just because this is a 'Single Trooper' vehicle doesn't mean that it can't pack a punch. Our STAP is armed with a pair of realistically-scaled blaster cannon, perfect for mowing down scores of annoying Sharpied clones.


Propulsion
Sure, it's a military craft, but you might as well have some fun. Race along at breakneck speed, after all, it's an illegal Separatist craft, so why worry about breaking the speed limit? You've already committed treason by owning one of these.


Ease of Use
Simplicity is the name of the game. The entire craft can be controlled with two joysticks and two pedals. It's so easy, a caveman could do it.



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  February 24, 2010
dun need insructions -.- 1 look and i knew how to build it I have a call for small things too..... weird and your right.weird is just ,well weird dunno how to quote so:Sooner or later, all my models, including official sets, get ransacked for parts.SAME WITH ME DUDE!
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  September 19, 2009
NICE i'm gunna use that design,i will give credit.
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  September 19, 2009
Hey there is nothing wrong with small, in fact I think it is better. For starters it's cheaper (very important for those with budgets), second takes up less shelf space (very important also), and thirdly it normally takes less pieces (good for those who aren't like Nathan Sawaya and own several million bricks). :-) Of course I'm biased towards minis and mini things. Anyways the moc, I love the use of hands, and the engines are better than those mega phone pieces. Nice job all around.
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  September 17, 2009
Nice job, I like it!
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  September 17, 2009
Awesome! You should make an assassin droid like the battle droid. That would be cool. P.S. check out "Shocking Encounter"
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  September 17, 2009
It's really cool. Did you find anything wrong with Lego's STAP that made you want to build this?
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  September 16, 2009
Quoting Daniel Hauck You make a lot of use of those minifig hands! Do you have a lot of hand-less minifigs???
I actually have a ton of minifigs from bulk buckets and my days as a City fan that I disassembled into heads, torsos, arms, hands, belts, and legs; so, yeah, I probably have lots of handless 'figs, but I don't use the 'figs, anyway. I do have couple of clones that are handless, though, after I fell short in extra black hands for my Venator. I also use the 'build and scrap' method, and the Venator is the only model I've kept intact. Sooner or later, all my models, including official sets, get ransacked for parts.
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  September 16, 2009
...sweet man! although this is similar to the one in the sets it is still really cool and it does have some different features....
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  September 16, 2009
You make a lot of use of those minifig hands! Do you have a lot of hand-less minifigs???
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  September 16, 2009
very nice, great blasters!
 
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