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Let The Wookiee Win . . Well, back to Star Wars! The Star Wars Athalon has given me an excuse to return to this genre, and I thought I'd also experiment with light bricks some more. It's built for the category "Let the Wookiee win" and for the team "The Bricks Strike Back". Without using a second light brick. The whole MOC. It's a club/casino/bar place on Nar Shaddaa with a swoop race about to happen in front. Man in suit: "Let the Wookiee win." Swoop pilot: "Yes sir." I tried to make the environment around the establishment a bit run-down, so I included some different colours and this rat. The side. A crate has spilled some delicious "Olive Cheese" onto the ground. The wookiee revs his engines while waiting for his competition. Inside the building people from across the galaxy drink and be merry. Don't ask. There are billions of stars, millions of planets, but there is only one man, Terrance McDoogal. I figured that with Ludgonious back I'd throw Doog in here, and I gave him the same outfit he had in the first LIU episode. Interestingly enough, I had bricklinked that torso and the torso Doog has in the latest instalment a couple of weeks ago without knowing that those were his clothes. I attribute this uncanny occurrence to the Force... The roof, which turned out better than I'd anticipated. Thanks for stopping by, expect more entries to come!


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