Solo wrote:re: Boyfromvalley
No. No no no. Please read all the rules, that was explicitly addressed. If nothing else see the one kyphur quoted.
OK, your first question sounded like you were talking about using official Lego sets in your model, which I will reiterate for every one is not allowed. I think I get what you're asking now. You can use as much or as little of your source ships as you want, as long as the end result is clearly two different ones combined. You can use a pure cockpit/fuselage of a Y-wing as long as the back end of your model came from something other than a Y-wing. You're on the right track looking to the Wookieepedia examples for guidance.Boyfromvalley wrote:I wanted to know if the original cockpit with a few alterations was allowed to be included but would have to brick built our selves, or do we have to completely design a new one?
Hope this makes clear what I was enquiring.
You are making your own new starfighter that resembles two existing vehicles.LegoHead wrote:Does the end result have to resemble an existing starfighter? Or can it be its own (new) fighter-like vehicle?
I answered that one yesterday.77legokid wrote:Could I mash a space vehicle with a land transport, such as an AT-AT or AT-ST?
onions wrote:Clarifications from page 1: All Star Wars vehicles that have been made by Lego (walkers, speeders, starships, etc - no playsets), from any faction (Republic, CIS, Rebels, Empire, etc - mix and match at will), are allowed as inspiration for your mashup (pick only two though) - but the end result must be a starfighter.
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