Cadet Thrawn outwits his opponents in the metallurgy lab

While many stories and characters passed into so-called “Legends” status when Disney acquired Lucasfilm, some fan-favorites have been incorporated into the new canon, and I can’t think of any character more deserving than Mitth’raw’nuruodo — or Thrawn, as he is more commonly known in Galactic Basic. The Chiss Grand Admiral had a more humble introduction to Imperial life as a cadet at the military academy on Coruscant in the first book of Timothy Zahn‘s new trilogy. In this jam-packed scene by CRCT Productions built as a RebelLUG collaboration, there are so many great details, not the least of which is the light gray angled walkway bordered by the two-color spring-loaded shooter brick.

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Every piece of machinery, from the fabrication unit on the back wall, to the robot arm on the left, looks fully functional, with specific purposes. The lighting is also a very nice touch, giving the scene the stark sterile feel that any Imperial facility deserves. I don’t know if those tools on the back counter have been properly stowed, though I think the approaching officer has other things on his mind, like why these cadets are engaged in gambling activities, which are against regulations.

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The fabrication unit is worth a closer look, with a bank of computers and a robot arm to create — well, whatever is supposed to get created in a Star Wars metallurgy lab.

Metallurgy Lab Trick I A RebelLUG LEGO Collaboration MOC

2 comments on “Cadet Thrawn outwits his opponents in the metallurgy lab

  1. Dylan cloud

    Thrawn is a complete boss in rebels, and I’ve heard he is cooler in the books. I was disappointed that hr wasn’t in more sets. Someone needs to make his star destroyer with the design on the bottom.

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