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With the successfull line of Town Modular buildings, isn't it about time that Star Wars had it's own line of Modular Buildings/Locations? Think about the endless possibilities of smaller detailed modular sets that can be combined into larger building/locations. These modules are designed to fit into each other and would be much more enticing to own by every Star Wars fan. They can also be released one at a time so the line can continue to sell for a longer period.
The Theed Hangar Battle depicted in the main picture can jump start this concept/project of Star Wars Modular Buildings/locations. This MOC is comprised of the following three main modules to show the viability of this concept/project. These modules are aimed to be in the $50 to $150 price range.
Naboo N1 Starfighter bay - anybody want multiples of this? This module would be priced at about $100 without the starfighter and tops $150 with it. The minifigs to be included should be Padme, Qui-Gonn, Obi-Wan, Panaka and Battle Droids. Anakin would be included with the starfighter if necessary.
Interior doorway for entry to palace of which several are shown in the movie. This module would probably be in $100 price range depending on the minifigs included, Obi-Wan, Qui-Gonn and Darth Maul are the main characters.
Main hangar entry from the plaza. This would be priced at about $50-$75 depending upon the minifigs included and should probably just have the Naboo guards and Battle droids since the other two modules have already the main characters.
Expansion packs can then be made also to complement the three modules for the floors, accessories and additional wall units.
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This MOC has been spotted around the web and in public shows;
The Greenberg Train Show on March 31, 2012 and April 1, 2012.
Hoth Bricks Diorama : Theed Hangar Battle par ACPin
SW MOC Spotlight: Theed Hangar Battle
Eurobricks Star Wars Forum Blog
Other possible buildings/locations that I've done can be viewed at ACPin like the one above.
Simplified general description.