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WORLD'S LARGEST Lego Star Wars Build! - Starkiller Base [4K]

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This project took me two and a half years to complete. It is 6 feet wide and 23 feet long. First and foremost I have to thank all of donors who made this build possible. Your contributions allowed to me make this dream a reality. Due to circumstances surrounding the completion of this build, you will all be commemorated in separate video. I secondly want to thank everyone who helped finish this build at the very end. My original plan was to finish this build in my home, record all the necessary videos, take photos, then finally display it at the Brick Rodeo LEGO convention. Unfortunately, the build did not reach completion until the very last day of the Lego convention. As such, I only had one day to enjoy this MOC at full completion. I had tons of help from a lot of great friends who I am forever indebted to because of their kindness and support.

This project depicts almost every single scene from Starkiller Base in the Force Awakens. This was a project I knew I wanted to do, the moment I saw the Force Awakens in theaters. This was a unique project, in that it incorporates a large assembly of minifigures, tons of fully lit interior rooms, mountains, large snowscapes, and a forest, all in one build. I was tasked to design so many different types structures for this build, and I hope the effort shows through this final video.

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