Participating in this Contest is the Only Logical Outcome

Star Wars Thrawn Contest, on Eurobricks

May the Fourth is almost upon us! That doesn’t just mean a lot of sweet Star Wars deals and goodies are circulating, but also that it’s time for Eurobricks’ annual Star Wars building contest! You could have foreseen that by looking through our older blogposts to establish a pattern. And from the title of this post, the phrasing in the last sentence and – if you really need it – the picture, you could have deduced this contest will be all about everyone’s favorite brainy blue villain: Thrawn!

What makes Thrawn so unique is that by studying the past, data and art, he comes to insights that help the Empire emerge victorious from some of the direst of situations. The goal of the contest is to build two creations depicting both aspects. A first one with a minimum of 16×16 showing Thrawn learning about his enemy through art and a second one with a minimum of 32×32 showing the results the Empire reaches because of this knowledge. So you can really flex your muscles, and no need to worry if you don’t have a Thrawn minifig or if you are a digital builder: we’ve got you covered. With some awesome prizes up for grabs, there really is no excuse for missing this contest! So start planning your creation, outsmarting the competition by using onorthodox parts, entering the battle with something nobody expected, with full force or with a couple of calculated strategic hits, and lead the way to victory before the end of the month! Then our Emperor staff will reward you. Your orders are awaiting you here.

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