dexterminator wrote:If I'm making a vehicle that usually fits multiple people, like an aat or the falcon, do I have to be able to fit all the crew or just a driver?
I asked the same question on page 2. The answer didn't really address cap ships or bridges that don't have canopies.
onions wrote:build small; you can exaggerate the cockpit. it doesn't have to be perfectly in scale to a microfig. nothing in the star wars theme is perfectly in scale to a minifig anyway besides the UCS Falcon, and even that will generate scale debates. the idea is we're going for small ship, enclosed cockpits, microfig pilots.
I decided in the interest of time, I didn't have enough time to build anything close to scale in the spirit of the contest larger than a fighter anyways. Even a freighter like a TY-X or shuttle would be huge. So I decided not to press further. But from the way things are worded in the rules it sounds like you could build a tiny SSD trapezoid grey wedge and put the mico fig in the hull some where standing up right and it would be all good. Since cap ships don't have closed or unclosed canopies... But the focus of the contest seems to be around building a ship for a micro fig as if the fig was reg size. Its created some interesting challenges