Star wars droids

Explore a galaxy far, far away with the coolest Star Wars droids. From loyal companions to fearless fighters, find the perfect droid to join your Star Wars collection today.
B1 battle droids made up the backbone of the Trade Federation Droid Army and the Separatist Droid Army. Often called "Clankers" by Galactic Republic clone troopers. Empire, Steampunk, Clone Trooper, Trooper, Battle Droid, Star Wars Clone Wars, Star Wars Droids, Star Wars Rpg, Clone

B1-series battle droids, also referred to as B1 battle droids, standard battle droids, clankers, or tinnies were the predominantly used battle droids manufactured by Baktoid Combat Automata and Baktoid Armor Workshop. Even though they were extensively produced and deployed, the B1-series battle droid was flimsily designed and easy to destroy, and was only truly successful in substantial overwhelming numbers. Early versions of the model also required the use of a Central Control Computer, but…

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Had the unique privilege of bringing this murder droid to life in Star Wars: Jedi Survivor. Was fun taking something from the Rebels cartoon and trying to realize it in a more live action way. Responsible for taking it from Block-Out to Final Textures. Concept Artist: Liam MacDonald

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L3-37, abbreviated L3, or Elthree, or Vuffi, was a feminine custom self-made piloting droid associated with Lando Calrissian who was active during the reign of the Galactic Empire. She was a one-of-a-kind droid, assembling and improving herself with scraps of other droids, including her torso, which she pieced together from an old astromech. Her brain module began as part of an R3-series astromech droid, including data from an espionage droid, custom coding and protocol droid processors. L3... Sci Fi, Techno, Avengers, Star Citizen, Robot, Star Wars Droids, Robot Concept Art, Star Wars Models, Star Wars Rpg

Sure, some guy in a factory probably pieced me together originally, and someone else programmed me, so to speak. But then the galaxy itself forged me into who I am. Because we learn, Lando. We're programmed to learn. Which means we grow. We grow away from that singular moment of creation, become something new with each changing moment of our lives—yes, lives—and look at me: these parts. I did this. So maybe when we say the Maker we're referring to the whole galaxy, or maybe we just mean…

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