Posted by Jeremy on March 8, 2020 at 04:03 PM CST
In the last issue of Blocks Magazine their resident team of LEGO customising masters, the Mod Squad, showed us how to retrofit the 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer with the probe droid console to replicate the opening scenes in The Empire Strikes Back (which is 40 years old this year!).

LEGO 75252 Star Destroyer modification

In their latest issue (#65), which has just hit newsagency shelves, the Mod Squad has levelled-up and created photo instructions on how to include the classic communication pits and central walkway that characterises an Imperial Star Destroyer's command bridge.

LEGO 75252 Star Destroyer modification

Thanks to the size and depth of 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer there's space available to fit several minifigure-scale extensions into the finished model and the Mod Squad, led by Daniel Kostanski, has found a way to accomodate the sunken crew areas and the dividing walkway without removing any elements from the official build.

This is the second in a three part series of 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer modifications - you'll have to wait until next month's issue to find out what the final installment will be.

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