Having checked out Sideshow Collectibles' 1/6 scale Dewback creature in our Photo Archive, the Probe Droid is curious whether you'd like to see more creatures offered in their 1/6 scale collection.
Heck yeah! but only the most iconic creatures that interacted directly with our heroes
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I'd get some.
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I don't collect the 1/6 stuff, but I like to look at it.
I do collect the 1/6 scale stuff, but I don't want any creatures.
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2004 International Toy Fair New York

LEGO displayed their initial offerings for 2004, which includes, like most of the Star Wars licensees, a focus on the classic trilogy characters and vehicles. This gives the company a chance to revisit some of their earliest sets, including the much-requested Millennium Falcon.

This time around, the Millennium Falcon features an all-new design, which will allow the vehicle to be opened up on hinges, revealing the inner workings and details inside. Tubes and tools lay strewn about the floor, a working ramp allows the figures to enter the ship, and an escape pod is built into the side of the vehicle, ready to be jettisoned to throw off Imperial pursuers.

Since the Millennium Falcon is based on a Hoth theme, the figures included with the set are Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, a Snowtrooper with cannon, and Han Solo in his Hoth gear. The Han figure was not available for the show (he was accidentally left behind), although his hood made the trip.

Another Hoth themed set is the new version of the Rebel Snowspeeder. This set includes an opening cockpit, a working winch for the harpoon cable, and three figures: Luke Skywalker, Dak Ralter, and a Rebel Soldier. Also included is a small Ion cannon.

Moving away from the frozen wastelands of Hoth to the steamy swamps of Dagobah, is Luke Skywalker's X-Wing Fighter. This set not only gives LEGO a chance to make the popular vehicle available again, but also includes a new design as well. The wings can be turned into attack formation with a twist of a knob on the back of the ship. Figures included are Luke Skywalker in his Dagobah training outfit, R2-D2, and Jedi Master Yoda. Yoda's hovel is also included, which can be opened up and twisted around to see the inside.

Moving to the desert world of Tatooine, the Mos Eisley Cantina offers several key characters from the film. A new version of the Landspeeder is included, which features an all-new color scheme, a longer design, and figures of Luke Skywalker and Ben Kenobi. Walking around outside the cantina is a Sandtrooper astride a Dewback. And finally, LEGO fans can settle their own "Who shot first?" debate with a booth from the cantina, featuring Han Solo and Greedo in their final face-off. And just for added adventure, there is a hidden blaster underneath the table.

The first mini-vehicle sets for the year will include a Star Destroyer, a Sith Infiltrator, an Imperial Shuttle, and an AT-TE. No extra parts are available in these sets, but alternate instructions are available to create unique designs.

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