Count Dooku’s Punworcca 116-class interstellar sloop was just one type of solar sailer used during the Clone Wars. These ships were designed to capture stray space energies and convert them into its power source. LEGO released a System scale version with set 7752 Count Dooku’s Solar Sailer and a micro-scale version in the 2013 Advent Calendar.
- Episode 2 Attack of the Clones
- Chapter 6 Count Dooku
- Pieces: 26
- Dimensions: 10 x 21.7 x 10 studs
While the design is pretty simple, the likeness of this minikit to the actual ship is immediately evident. Quickly looking someone may mistake it for a Geonosian Fighter, but the sail on the front would give it away to more knowledgeable fans. The body of the ship is comprised of various sized plates which makes it quite narrow and is the only downside to the build. A small amount of creative license had to be used in order to build this model. The fins on the front of the ship should be light bluish gray, but the part does not exist in this color so old light gray was used instead. Also the transparent colors are difficult to distinguish in the game, but it appears that the front dish should be trans black which has not been created. Therefore, a trans clear dish was used in its place. With these substitutions the minikit can be completed at a reasonable price.Solar Sailor Minikit
The final level of the Attack of the Clones segment in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game has this 26-piece mini-scale Solar Sailor as the reward for those players who find all the minikit canisters. Zip file includes PDF instructions and Bricklink XML inventory.
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Getting in at the ground floor when the LEGO Star Wars theme first launched, Kevin has been collecting ever since. He is a self-proclaimed minifigure guru and has a passion for tracking down and cataloging every minifig variation – no matter how obscure. He has assisted Rebrickable and Bricklink in maintaining their set inventories, helped overhaul the rebelscum.com LEGO forum, and created the LSW Collector mobile app.