Just one more round, friend. Then LEGO-bound, friend …
As part of a growing Life Day tradition, Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Force For Change initiative and FIRST LEGO League are challenging Star Wars-loving families to become a “force for cheer” by re-imagining their LEGO Star Wars sets with a holiday theme. To explain more, here’s Star Wars veteran Kelly Marie Tran.
We are going to note she said “AT-AT” and not “Ay-Tee Ay-Tee.” Yes, the pronunciation means something to fans of a certain age.
As Tran explained, all fans have to do to earn their chance at some high-end Star Wars LEGO sets — seriously, that Millennium Falcon is absurdly detailed and expensive — is post an image of their holiday Star Wars creation to Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #LEGOStarWarsHolidayContest. The first prize winner will get their hands on that absurd Falcon set and a FIRST LEGO League team or classroom registration. Four runners up will receive the five sets Tran mentioned in the video, including that awesome AT-AT, Poe Dameron’s X-Wing, a Sith TIE Fighter, the Child, and the Razor Crest.
But get your holiday Star Wars creations together quickly. The entry period concludes on December 23rd at 11:59 PM Pacific. That only gives you so long to decorate your Mos Eisley cantina into the best scene from the Star Wars Holiday Special or turn LEGO Sheev Palpatine into Ebenezer Scrooge. Also, here’s some important legaleese posted to the Star Wars YouTube page: “Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. & D.C., Canada (excluding Quebec) and Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) who are 13+ at time of entry. Limit 1 submission per person regardless of method of entry. U.S. & Canada visit http://strw.rs/6008HzUvK, Great Britain visit http://strw.rs/6005HM4W1for Official Rules including details on how to enter, eligibility requirements, prize descriptions and limitations. Void in Quebec, Northern Ireland and where prohibited. Sponsor: Lucasfilm Ltd. LLC, 1110 Gorgas Ave, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA.”
Also, feel free to use either of our suggestions. We don’t really have the space for more LEGO right now.