This section shocked me. Honestly, I sat down to start building and thought to myself, ‘Do one section tonight, will take about an hour.’
Took two hours, which wouldn’t be a problem, but I started at about 11pm. So yeah, I was knackered the next day, thank the Maker it was a weekend.
The first half of the build was mostly the two remaining walls as well as the control room that will look over the Super Laser weapon. The control room is also sat on top of a sliding door which is controlled by a gear in the control room.
The second half of the build is the Detention Block. This part of the build really showcases the Lego Designers ability to build just about anything.
The play features here are quite fun. You can remove the back wall of Leia’s cell to place mini-figs inside and there are two gears that open two doors. One into the cell from the corridor and the other opens the grate which leads to a hole in the floor which lets you drop mini-figs into the Trash Compactor.
The excellent use of a sticker makes the corridor look longer, which gives the area some extra detail.
The computer consoles look great and the the added Torture Droid looks really accurate and the clear rod gives it the illusion of hovering.
We also get five mini-figs in this section. Stormtrooper Han, Chewie with Bowcaster, R2-D2, C-3PO and an Imperial Officer.
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