CREATIVE | UX

LEGO SPACESHIPS

 

I've been building spaceships ever since my brother turned 3. When I was 3 a spaceship (or a flower garden, or a house, or a castle) was build out of the only available raw material: red/yellow/blue/green rectangles.  Hence, now in my twenties, I've developed a distinctive neo-old-school spaceship building style.

 

If you need someone to stage epic space battles (most of my experience is on the evil guys' side, but I'm pretty flexible), I'm your girl.

MODEL: INDESTRUCTIBLE I
(unmanned)

 

Cost efficient and extremely effective. Don't underestimate this basic design! The only way the enemy can destroy it is if they manually pull the two pieces apart, which requires them to chase you down the hall and kidnap the vehicle.

 

Note: In good Lego fashion, this one is painful to step on.

MODEL: BLAH (unmanned)

 

Same basic idea as INDESTRUCTIBLE I but poorly executed. You can't just put any two blocks together and call it a spaceship. Did you think it was that easy??

MODEL: INDESTRUCTIBLE  II

 

Slightly more destructible than INDESTRUCTIBLE I, this second generation spacecraft is built like a tank.

 

Popular with kids mostly because "it looks like a real spaceship". Not sure what they mean.

 

Bonus: Its larger size makes it harder to overlook and step on.

MODEL: STAR WARS MICROPILOT

 

Sure, it's got guns and missiles and slick design. But when it comes to a real battle, this little guy has no chance against my Hulk-like smashing technique. Dart Vader or not.

MODEL: BROTHER

 

My terrifying adversary and the latest addition to his advanced fleet.

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