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My guess is Leia and Amidala (left and right respectively)
edit: oh and Asaaj Ventress presumably if you were asking about her too.
Flatest. Joke. Ever.
On a side note does anyone think that they will name a subsequential movie in this timeline beige two?
(I don't think Gimli was kidding that there are no female dwarves.)
Rouge Bruges, standing by...
Those ships look fantastic! Although the U-wing reminds me an awful lot of the Thunderfighter from Buck Rogers:
I did notice the nods towards the X-wing as well, of course.
Rouge Brogues, standing by!
your showing your age now...
You only got to see Princess Leia every few years or so, Wilma Deering was every Saturday. ;)
What sets might we expect from Rouge One?
Another AT-AT Lego set!!! But now; with some red!
Buck Rogers: awesome SF-pulp back in the day.
I don't exactly go looking spoilers either so maybe this is not the case...
(Actually I don't know if it's intentional, but grim thought - the U-wing doesn't appear to have an astromech, and as I understand it it's the astromechs that provide the hyperspace coordinates that let X-Wings jump to lightspeed. Perhaps the rebels figured there was a good chance their base was going to be an expanding dust cloud shortly, so they sent their pilots out in ships that could make it to another system if they failed.)
Of course, I can see your point with the Rebels. Naboo, for example, had their yellow fighters which were specific to them. So perhaps if new planets are introduced as rebel allies, I guess they could bring aircraft specific to their planets into the mix.
Not the Empire though. Looks like they are supplied by one company and most of their ships are just variations of the TIE.
Either way, I'm down to watch this. Looks awesome!
I'll just leave this here:
Who builds the destroyers? And had anyone actually looked at the economics of the Empire's fleet?
Wonderful IDEAS project! I am supporting it now. Thanks for providing the link, without it I would not have known about it.
Oooh, and I am looking forward to some sets with lots of proper stormtroopers (not the droopy mustachio printed helmet type 'SW Rebels' stormtrooper minifigs, who are not horrible but definitely not the best either) with gear similar to the sandtroopers from ep.IV along with that landspeeder with all those canons you see in the trailer at 01:04 min. As well as a bunch of those shadowtroopers (or whatever these anthracite coloured stormtroopers are called) in some fun little sets.
Does anyone know what those baton like things are, Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) is wearing while dressed up as a Tie-Fighter-Pilot? Those things aren't normally part of a Tie-Fighter-Pilot outfit, are they?
And who is that samurai dude whacking the crap out of that stormtrooper with just a wooden stick!?
Wondered if that was possible. I wasn't much bothered as I get it all the time in D&D/Pathfinder boards, but I was wondering if someone's OCD would trigger.
Mind you, I bet it helps with searches, so spelling it right has a purpose.
75152 (385p) AT-ST (figures: some between Baze, Pao or Bistan)
75152 (449p) Imperial landspeeder (figures: Chirrut)
75154 (543p) TIE Striker (figures: Death Troopers)
75155 (659p) U-wing (figures: Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor, K-250)
75156 (863p) Four-winged dropship (figures: Director Krennic, maybe Darth Vader)
I have some doubt about 75156, since it has 863 pieces and, as seen in the trailer, the four-winged dropship is a colossal starship. But Lego could probably reduce its scale, as it had been already done many times.
so comparing the sets we got to their importance/screen time in the movie:
Tank - appeared in the same scene, though was somewhat more central to that scene, with multiple named characters interacting with it
Striker - saw a couple of them flying toward the planet for 2-3 seconds tops. zero interaction with named characters
U-wing - interior/exterior appeared in multiple scenes throughout the movie, hosting the main characters several times. 1st or 2nd most important vehicle in the movie
Krennic's Shuttle - seen 3-4 times throughout the movie, generally in establishing shots or watching Krennic embark/disembark. 3rd most important vehicle int he movie
No Set: Imperial Cargo Shuttle. these is either the 1st or 2nd most central vehicle to the movie, having been used to transport the main characters to the destination of the climatic scenes, and ultimately be used as a "base" of sorts for one of them until the end of the movie. Will we see this in a future wave?
It therefore seems unlikely that we will see any more Rogue One sets until summer 2018, although I hope something is released sooner.