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Bossk is one of the more vile characters from the original Star Wars movies. You can find out more about him here: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Bossk But basically he is the lizard bounty hunter hired by Vader to try and catch Han Solo.
Since Lego already has a minifigure of him, I figured why not go ahead and see if we can get his ship made into an official set as well. So here it is! Bossk's YV-666 Hound's Tooth.
The set is made up of 660 pieces, and includes figures of Bossk, a Wookie Prisoner, and the ship's R-7 Astromech Droid.
-Command deck can be accessed by opening the roof.
-Lower deck can be accessed by opening both sides of the ship, and includes a prisoner cell, an armory (Bossk has lots of guns), a forward room, 'trophies' from unfortunate previous bounties, and a holographic display screen. I went with a purple color scheme inside because the only available pictures were from comic books, and that was the color. I also added some vines and swampy stuff growing on the walls, because the ship is described as having an awful smell, and Bossk is a lizard person after all.
-Laser cannons on each side, and 4 hidden concussion missile launchers in the bow of the ship.
-Detailed engine deck.
-Wings can tilt forward for more maneuverability.
I think this would make a fun set to display or have battles with the Millennium Falcon or Slave I. It is built to be sturdy and playable, but I also tried to make it as accurate as I could. If you like it, please Support, Share, and Comment so we can get to 10,000!
If you like this set, definitely check out my Rebel Aegis Shuttle and Sand Sloth models, too.