Ki-Adi Mundi, Shaak Ti - LEGO Star Wars: The Padawan Menace

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  1. Aanchir 32 months ago | reply

    On one hand, I like this Ki-Adi Mundi. He has a sort of a "retro" appeal with his simple design. On the other, I kind of prefer how the head of the actual fig is built. The fact that the "forehead" is a separate piece from the head means you could mix-and-match faces (thus, a non-CW version would be as simple as releasing a new head with a different face print, rather than printing a specialized head piece that could only be used for Ki-Adi). If a more "minifigure-shaped" head were available, I'd still prefer it to be in the form of a standard head and a separate forehead piece, much like this year's Ki-Adi and Darth Maul figs.

    I also kind of like how, just as in the actual films, the use of a standard head with a specialized forehead mold is kind of a middle ground between SW human characters (who tend to use standard minifigure heads) and the less-humanoid aliens depicted through CGI and puppets (who tend to have specially-molded heads in LEGO Star Wars).

  2. Ben2805 [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

    Why didnt Lego make theirs like this ??

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