The thing with building Star Wars creations is that it seems that everything has already been done before. In the Shadows of Nar Eurbrikka, the builders get the opportunity to expand the universe. And LucasLaughing, the Empire’s finest, shows how creative you can be in the universe. His entry for the seventh episode depicts a holoflick studio, where one of the adventures of Starman Jones (Why does that name ring a bell?) is being made. There’s a massive and beautiful set, with some stunning architectural features that seem just fit for futuristic ‘archaeology’. He actually succeeded in making those prefab skull pieces look terrific. And that monster is the most terrifying and best looking dianoga I’ve ever come across, with the complicated hydraulics making it even better. Because there is a lot going on behind the scenes as well. There is a beautiful crashmat, drones whizzing around, spotlights, chairs, photo shoots going on… LucasLaughing did a marvelous job depicting two very interesting scenes in one, with a very interesting look at what a film studio in the Star Wars universe might look like. Don’t forget to take a look at the smaller, but equally detailed present scene, and be sure to read the story… not what you might expect from a first class trooper.