Star Wars Episode I: Generator Complex
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Here are the minifigs that I made in Lego Digital Designer. LDD didn't not have all of the Lego Star Wars minifig components that I needed to make the figures so as you can tell, the figures need updating. The main figures in this set would be Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, and Darth Maul. If Cuusoo and/or LEGO wanted, they could throw in a few battle droids and royal guards to remake the scene where we first see Darth Maul without his hood.
These two pad-looking things are meant to recreate the first part of the generator complex. Below is a link to a reference picture.
On these platforms, there are many studs to position your minifigs as well as a balance of tiles for detail,
Here you can see the main walkway. This is meant to recreate the long walkways of the generator complex. As you can see, the walkway has a significant amount of detail as well as stud for your minifigs to battle on. Above the main walkway, there is another walkway. The significance to this walkway is for, mainly, playability and set accuracy. In the actual generator, there is walkway over walkway. Again, here is a link to a reference picture: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Plasma_Refinery_Complex
As you can see, there is a little hinge on the top walkway. This is for playability. In this movie, Obi-Wan is kicked by Darth Maul and falls off of his current walkway, He grabs on to the edge of another walkway and pulls himself back up. With this little hinge, you can attach your own minifigure and recreate this scene.
Here you can see the famous laser doors that are seen in the movie. There is nothing much here, I'll admit but I was thinking that if this becomes a set, LEGO could release a group of sets that included more laser doors and the pit where Maul and Jinn die. Something I should mention is that the top of this laser door is removable and you can take out the screen part. This ads another layer of playability.