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Death Star Detention Block Diorama MOC

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NO PHYSICAL PARTS INCLUDED – DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY


Contents

The purchase includes the following digital files:

Instruction Manual (PDF file)

Parts List (XML file) 

Purchasing on BrickLink - Guidance (PDF file)


Description

Detention Block AA-23 was located on the detention level of the first Death Star. In a daring rescue by Luke, Han and Chewie, the imprisoned Princess Leia was freed from her cell 2187 only to be caught in a close quarters battle with Stormtroopers...

This diorama replicates the iconic Detention Block AA-23's security foyer, prison corridor and adjoining prison cell 2187 shown in Star Wars: A New Hope.

  • Revisit a famous chapter in the Star Wars™ saga with this LEGO® brick diorama
  • Features two turbolifts, Imperial wall patterns, a command center duty post, one 57C holocam, a brick-built interrogation droid IT-0, a comlink as well as a pair of golden handcuffs for Chewie
  • Includes a wall-mounted computer terminal with dataport made for R2-D2 and C-3PO on the backside
  • Highlight is a hidden mechanism that allows the prison cell door to be removed
  • Packed with authentic details and offering an immersive build, this model is the perfect way to display your LEGO® minifigs and relive your favorite scenes
  • An all-black frame makes for a premium display including a printed 2x4 tile with Star Wars™ logo



  • Durability: Very sturdy build
  • Part Count: 2084 pieces
  • BrickLink Price: ~190€ | ~200$
  • Dimensions: Width 21 cm, length 33 cm, height 12 cm

Notes

The estimated parts cost above is based on average BrickLink orders. Please keep in mind prices tend to fluctuate on the brick-selling market.
You will get a ZIP (138MB) file

Customer Reviews

Samael

Verified Buyer

1 month ago

Great stuff!

This is the third MOC by you that I've purchased, I also have the DS Conference Room and Control Room. No complaints whatsoever and I really like how you do the instructions, circling what parts are part of that phase in red, and how you don't always just build one piece all the way to completion but go back and forth.

My only question is, why did you add all those weird colors to the Detention Block Diorama? I'm talking about the pieces you won't see anyways. I see it may have been a joke, but it kind of complicates buying pieces, for example, because I don't want to buy Dark Turqoise, Magenta, Medium Azure or Lavender pieces which I'll probably never use after this, so I'll have to go through not just the parts list but the instructions to see what parts don't have to be these weird colors when ordering .

In any case, there are still quite a few sets I intend to buy in the future from you. Keep up the great work!

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