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  1. LEGO officially recognizes Han's Hoth jacket as this color.
  2. How many minigures in the Ewok Village?
  3. Subtract the total number of pieces in the UCS Snowspeeder sets from the set numbers of the UCS Snowspeeder sets.
  4. Jedi Bob is exclusive to what set?
  5. One SW minifigure has a head that is used exclusively for only one character in the SW line, but is also exclusively used for one
    character in one other theme. Name the two characters that share this head.
  6. This human scale replica of a LEGO SW set holds the world record for largest LEGO set in the world.
    What set number is it, and how many bricks were used in it's construction?

ANSWERS

  1. Brown

Any answer of Brown (including Dark Brown) is fine.  Blue is no longer the color.  LEGO admitted they made a mistake years ago when they colored him blue originally.  Lucasfilm recognizes it as brown.

     2. 17

    3. Set #10129 + Set #75144 = 85,273
        1457 pieces +1703 pieces = 3160
        85,273-3160 = 82,113

Sorry for the word problem, but you've got to group it together.  Total pieces in the sets is 3160.  Total of the set numbers is 85,273.  Subtract the total pieces (3160) from the set numbers (85,273) and you get 82,113.

     4. 7163 Republic Gunship

     5. Count Dooku and Saruman

Christopher Lee plays both characters.  The minifigure head is only used by two characters in LEGO - Count Dooku and Saruman.

     6. 9493; 5,335,220 pieces

This is the X-Wing that was on display in Times Square and at Legoland California.

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2 minutes ago, thoroakenfelder said:

I think I used the same one

My source was here:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2329993/The-largest-model-built-The-making-life-size-LEGO-X-Wing-plane-Star-Wars.html

THE MODEL STATS

  • Contains 5,335,200 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 45,980 pounds/20,865 kilograms
  • Height: 11 feet / 3.35 meters
  • Length: 43 feet / 13.1 meters
  • Wingspan: 44 feet / 13.44 meters
  • 32 builders spent 17,336 hours to construct – about 4 months
  • Model is 42x the size of the retail building set
  • Engines that light up and roar



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1 minute ago, thoroakenfelder said:

I think I used the same one

@Alpinemaps your parts count for 10129 is incorrect per brickpicker and bricklink

I'm tally scores right now, but I'll go back and double check my sources when I'm done.

We'll get started on Round 2 at 15:30 EDT.

Will give results after I calculate them, and double check the questionable questions.

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I'm tally scores right now, but I'll go back and double check my sources when I'm done.
We'll get started on Round 2 at 15:30 EDT.
Will give results after I calculate them, and double check the questionable questions.


Like Hans Hoth jacket? :)
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Good luck all.  I totally blew question #3 as I did not pay close enough attention ;)  

Number #5 was a blank for me (only been collecting a few months and had no clue).

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Just now, Halfrig said:

Good luck all.  I totally blew question #3 as I did not pay close enough attention ;)  

Number #5 was a blank for me (only been collecting a few months and had no clue).

Been collecting awhile and had no clue 😀

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Whew!

Everyone should have an "Accepted" PM from me, which means I've got your answers recorded in my spreadsheet.  Now I get to do the math and figure out the results.

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11 minutes ago, Alpinemaps said:

Will give results after I calculate them, and double check the questionable questions.

 

Calculation would go quicker if you upgraded your calculator

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I was thinking odd balls like Watto or Jar Jar (granted the General had same head I think, different color) maybe, but no clue if used in other sets.

 

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