This page is actually just a compilation of Hoth-related LEGO creations
I've made over the years...
A simple but effective Probe Droid I made based on the Hasbro version.
This was one of my earliest LEGO creations, possibly from around 1998. Not
spectacular, but actually not that bad either. Probably one of my better
really old creations.
Hoth Minifigs (circa 1999)
Just some Hoth-suited Rebels... Luke, Han, and Leia to be precise. The
main reason I built these guys was because I was sick of LEGO customizers
making Hoth wear a BRIGHT BLUE coat in their custom outfits. I argued with
people a lot about this (although not quite as much as the "white
X-Wing" anomaly) It ticked me off how everyone was so colorblind as to
think his clearly dark brown coat was supposed to be BRIGHT BLUE. Of
course, when LEGO finally did come out with a Hoth Han (in their second
Millennium Falcon set), they gave him a blue hood just like most of the
customizers. At least they used Dark Blue instead of bright blue, I guess.
But seriously, just look at this image, and draw your own conclusions
about how blue his coat looks:
The E-Web blasters were the tripod-mounted cannons that the Snowtroopers
set up on Hoth when they were firing at the retreating Millennium Falcon.
In Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds, the highest-level upgraded
Stormtroopers are all armed with these. I was pretty proud of this little
E-Web back when I built it. I thought: "now there's a creation you can
hardly beat!" And actually... I still pretty much feel that way. I mean,
look at it. It looks like an E-Web. It's functional. The only flaw is the
way the ammo box connects (as you can see). Still, not everyone liked it,
especially a guy named Brucey-Wan, who preferred his own model, which I
didn't much care for. Want to know what Brucey-Wan's looked like? Then
take a look at the miscolored and slightly messed-up version of it that
LEGO released in their official sets. Because they basically copied him.
And finally, the Rebel turrets from Hoth. In Force Commander, the
dish-shaped ones were anti-vehicle turrets, and the tower-shaped ones were
anti-infantry turrets. Whether or not this is accurate, I don't
know. Anyway, here they are. Not much else to say...