cas wrote:Part of me wants to buy the Headhunter just so I can flip those wings around. They're driving me crazy!
Robzula wrote:Other than the nose FINALLY getting that split, the A-Wing is a big step backwards from the last incarnation included in the Home One set. The guns and area between the engines especially look like garbage...
Supersonic wrote:nobody is going to see the differences between the Rebels and ESB AT-AT. Definitely not kids.
The guide also had this sketch, and you can barely notice the slope to the trailing edge but it is there. Some guy made a pretty nice looking model of it. I don't know of any wing plates with such a narrow angle that would work well for that.fallenangel327 wrote:You want this illustration from the 1996 Guide, or a sketch from the RPG sourcebooks if any exist.
fallenangel327 wrote:While I'm all for more accuracy in sets, I think two studs is too wide a split; 6207 more closely resembled the source material without it.
fallenangel327 wrote:That picture is from the New Essential Guide published in 2003 - hardly classic.
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