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The Corellian Star V.2 . . The Corellian Star was a smuggling ship used by rougue jedi knight Jac Antilles, who after Order 66 became a smuggler in hopes of finding more jedi who survived Order 66. Here's an improved turret design, looks a lot more powerful than V.1's single canon turret, I also added a comms dish, that bit was inspired by Geoff's Farthest Star mini. Close up of the wing, the cannon now turns, and doesn't make the wing as blocky as before, however I am not pleased with it. The pole thing was inspired by the Theta-Class shuttle's wings. Back view, nothing has really changed since V.1, I was going to make a micro (at this scale it'd probably be like nano XD) to be inside the hangar, but I got lazy;) Showing the landing gear, it can support the Corellian Star, although it's a pain to position. The working boarding ramp, all this is missing is an interior XD Proving that the landing gear actually folds up. The underside of the Star, here you can see the simple landing gear, it took me a while to find a design I liked. Size comparison with a minifig (Jac Antilles Post-Order 66)

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