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2nd LWC Section B: Dylan Something vs Stephen Boe . This is a build for the Second LEGO Annual LEGO World Olympics. . I'd have to say my favorite jedi is Mace Windu. The clone with the red helmet is Commander Ponds, Windu's clone commander. The droid factory is based off of Republic Commando. Skip to 7 minutes and 15 seconds in this video to see the inspiration for my build and how tough B2 Battle Droids really are. Theres a misconception about them that they're beaten like a B1 Battle droid. Well, they're not. Watch the video and you'll see. 2nd Annual LEGO World Olympics. These guys are by far my favorite part of the build. They bring back so many memories... Anyway. If you're wondering why Mace has a pale purple lightsaber in my build, its because it came from this guy. He came with the original Juggernaut. It was one of those light-up-Jedi figures.

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