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Santa's Christmas TIE
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A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all on MOCpages!
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With increasingly thorough satellite coverage of the North Pole, Santa has had no option but to move his entire operation further afield - to the asteroid belt.


Since even red-nosed reindeer have trouble navigating sleighs through the vacuum of space a new gift delivery vehicle was required. Happily, a popular sci-fi franchise provided inspiration for Santa's elves...


The TIE-RDLF (Rapid Delivery Light Freighter) is fast, maneuvrable and able to carry an ample supply of gifts. But even so, the rising world population means that Santa can no longer complete his work single-handed.


Instead, on Christmas Eve Santa's mothership, the Super Star Toy Deployer, arrives in high Earth orbit and legions of Santa Clones take to the skies in their TIE-RDLFs, or 'Rudolfs'. What a good thing they know where you live, eh?



The Rudolfs even fold neatly for storage for the rest of the year.



Thanks for reading, this is obviously a (fairly substantial) adaptation of this set. I hope that Christmas brought you as much Lego as you'd hoped for, and wish you every blessing in 2016!



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  February 23, 2016
Darth Kringle
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  January 1, 2016
I love this color combo
  December 31, 2015
Brilliant christmas spacesledge
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  December 30, 2015
Ha, ha... myself and Darkla love this idea of Santa drones! Hope you and yours had/having/have a happy holiday season! :)
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  December 30, 2015
lol, I actually got Lego for Christmas this year for like the first time since maybe 85! Cheers dude, and see you again next year!
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  December 29, 2015
It`s about time for Santa to change to something more up-to-date Means of transportation, and this is a great idea! Happy New Year!
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  December 29, 2015
Very nice story , Stuart! Of course a big like to this X-masly fitted starcraft from a famous movie... LOL I've planed a similar MOC, but not with an x-fighter, but I missed this special cap... ;) So maybe next year! Have a good and healthy 2016!
Stuart Lucas
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matt rowntRee
  December 28, 2015
Brilliant! Love the Christmas lights in the front.
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  December 28, 2015
Haha! Funny idea, and nice execution!
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  December 28, 2015
Excellent, May The Farce Be With You. LOL. BOAJEWD.
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  December 28, 2015
YuleTIE would be a punnier name. Nice.
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  December 28, 2015
May the new year bring you sick spins.
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  December 28, 2015
Well thought out! Great job!
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  December 28, 2015
Great idea, well done!
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  December 27, 2015
Ha! Fantastic idea and so well executed. The sleigh part totally makes it. The boys are smiling now!
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  December 27, 2015
Wonderful work Stuart. Very festive, and well integrated into the set. Now I'm just waiting for Star Wars to catch onto the idea... :)
  December 27, 2015
No offense, but I think Santa could use an X-wing. Would you agree?
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  December 27, 2015
Santa would fly an X-Wing. Bah, humbug! ;) Great build!
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  December 27, 2015
What a wonderfully Christmassy machine. I hope that the presents in the sleigh are well tied down, so that they can't float off into space!
 
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