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HUGE Star Wars Lego Hoth Battle

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Published on Mar 2, 2010

My Hoth/Echo Base MOC is 12'-0" long and 5'-6" wide, consisting of around 100,000 pieces (give ot take a few). This is my second version. The Hoth MOC in the Lego Visual Dictionary was my first Hoth and was destroyed on a return trip from a showing at Legoland Califoria's Star wars Weekend a while back. There are aproximatly 200 led lights that were purchased as multiple kits from LifeLites (lifelites.com). The lights were all done by me, except for the lighted hand guns were done by Rob @ LifeLites, a truely awesome feat. There are around 200 minifigures (all tan heads, or at least they were supposed to be, haha). The ATAT's are custom and consist of around 5000 pieces each. The Millennium Falcon is the UCS version that has been customized with an interior. The first Hoth was build over a 4 year span in my spare time, after the destruction of the first and once I decided to rebuild, this version was constructed in a 7 month time span as I knew many of the things that I did wrong in the first and knew how to make it better.

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signore
Did you happen to use a small loan of a million dollars to make this?
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lukestormer45
Who are the 120 fags who disliked
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KINGS %
This is fucking unbelievably incredible.
CPGamers
You inspired me to make a large scale hoth moc. I even made a ucs atat and ion cannon it would mean a lot to get your opinion on my video if you get the chance! thanks
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thebrickprince
9:15 The cringiest moment of Lego history
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MR.combine _
those are really big walkers probably custom
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Tinnesa
Respect man
DMG
great AT-ATs and I like a lot your millenium falcon I'ts really good
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aaron90crx
the tauntaun stables were a nice, realistic touch. along with the staff / recreation areas. i got a laugh at the ping pong table. i'm assuming you did the design of the things not shown in the films off the top of your head and you nailed it 100%
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ARBAAL1522
Man.! This is better than the Movie.!
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