Easily the most obscure minikit of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game is the Emergency Ship. Designed after the emergency firespeeder from Revenge of the Sith, this ship has never been officially created in LEGO form. As its name would suggest, it was designed to transport firefighters and large volumes of water in order to put out any blazes that cropped up.
- Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith
- Chapter 2 Chancellor in Peril
- Pieces: 52
- Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 3.8 studs
This ship is obviously a standout with its red and white coloration and unique shape. The build is actually one of the most enjoyable ones in my opinion. However, the digital build puts the pieces together in an order that cannot be accomplished in physical form because there aren’t connection points. Once you get a few steps into the build though it starts to hold itself together. I particularly like the use of the red macaroni bricks at the front of the ship. All of the pieces used are common, so it can easily be pieced together.Emergency Ship Minikit
Only existing in minikit form, the Emergency Ship that is available after collecting all the minikit cansiters in the thirteenth level (Chancellor In Peril) of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game is made up of 52 elements. Zip file includes PDF instructions and Bricklink XML inventory.
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