Solo wrote:And in defense of the designers of the Twilight, nothing they could have done would have made that a "good" set, because it's simply a terrible ship.
speaknspell wrote:Every set designed only has a specific budget to work with. This budget includes every element in teh set, stickers, instructions, minifigs, licensing fees etc. When a designer work through a set they do their best to achieve the best representation of a set with the most value. for the twilight they most likely had to achieve that shape and putting a windscreen on it would have required a brand new piece or too many pieces to stay under budget. the rest of the model would have suffered for that aspect to be realized so they chose to leave more bricks in.
This rule can generally be applied to any set. one feature may be left out so the overall integrity of the model will stay together. especially in oddly shapen models where no natrual piece already exists.
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