1) This Imperial Star Destroyer: the ISD Tyrant: a 56 inch long masterful build, both inside and out!

This amazing creation is over 56 inches long and weighs about 70 pounds, making it about 20 inches longer than the classic LEGO UCS version.

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The bow has a “V” shape that measures 35.6 degrees.

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The Tyrant has about 20x the volume of the 75055 Star Destroyer below it.

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The engine has an incredible amount of detail.

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The Tyrant has an angled underside, which has slightly less detail than the top. But, again, wow! This detail is on an underside!

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To switch from “display” mode to “play” mode, you need to take out this section of greebling.

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Here’s the bridge with the top removed. Ok, let's now take a look at the mind-blowing interior of this masterpiece.

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Level 3 (yes there are 3 levels!) of the ship has a conference room and a meditation chamber

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The doors between these rooms are functional, and if you open the wall panels, you can see the hidden lightsabers.

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The Tyrant’s dark side resident is called “Eno Rathis,” a character that the builder made up

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Level 3 also holds the officer’s quarters,

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The Tyrant has removable sections, which were design to come apart as elegantly as possible.

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Level 2 includes “Ship Operations, turbolifts, an armory (front left), a medical bay (back left), and two small engineering stations.”

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The medical bay is one of the removable sections of Level 2.

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Level 1 is accessed by moving the foundation walls to “stowed position."

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After that, carefully remove the top exterior panels to reveal Level 1.

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Level 1 has a number of rooms, including a canteen.

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There’s a cargo hold and detention center on the other side of the ship.

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To see the hangar bays, you need to remove the top front exterior.

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The hangar bays carry “two TIE Interceptors, a Sentinel-class shuttle, and four probe droids.”

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Here’s a close-up of the TIE Interceptors.

Each of these is a 320-piece build by itself.

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Incredibly, they fit mini-figures and have a working hatch.

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Here’s the TIE Hangar after the fighters have been launched.

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Here is the close-up of the sentinel.

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The shuttle can comfortably fit four troopers.

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The main hangar can fit a captured rebel fighter.

This part was one of the tricky parts of the designs cine it was hard to design the Tyrant without support beam through the middle. To compensate, doomhandle designed the sides to be very robust.

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Level 1 also has an engineering area near the stern.

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This ship also has a reactor control pillar.

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The Tyrant design goes down as one of the most amazing LEGO builds of all-time.

For more photos and details on doomhandle’s Imperial Start Destroyer Tyrant design and build, check out his posts on Imgur and Reddit. You could say that Star Wars and LEGO’s are a classic combination.   Here are five other incredible Star Wars-themed creations made with LEGOs:

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“Captain Rex” at a local toy store, made entirely of LEGO’s:

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A LEGO Millenium Falcon:

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An Eclipse Star Destroyer made entirely of LEGO’s:


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It measures 63 inches long by 23 inches high by 30 inches wide.

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And took approximately 11,000 pieces to make.

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The build is impressive.  More information can be found here:  Vassal.

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Redditor “Keytarin” took different sets and mashed up a unique “ultimate AT-AT”

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She is about 13.5” tall.

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The body on this AT-AT is widened about two studs from the original kits that were used for the mash-up to bulk up the body a bit.

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Additional detailing was also added.

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The builder also added a ton of greebling on the underside to make it more interesting.

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In the future, keytarin plans to add more stuff into the inside, perhaps even a second level above the main cargo hold.

For more details, see keytarin’s post on Reddit.

If the above designs are wow’ing you with detail, this last photo in this series will wow you with scale.

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This X-Wing fighter took 5.3 million LEGO’s to make!

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