Constrictor II - Playable Interdictor Cruiser

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Build the Constrictor II, an Imperial Interdictor Cruiser that can support the ISD Aggressor...or just crush Rebels on its own!

Instructions format: step-by-step, professional-quality PDF (629 pages)

Model details:
- 4450 parts
- Easy to open interior
- Carry handle
- Well-balanced, durable construction
- Interior features a bridge, crew quarters, and gravity well generators.

Click "More Details" to the right to see pics of the interior, etc., on Flickr.

Model by Raskolnikov (Doomhandle)
Instructions by Legolijntje

We test built this one, so the instructions should be pretty polished. If necessary, we will email updated versions to your paypal email address.

Note regarding (optional) stickers:
In some Flickr pics, I used a few stickers that are not currently in the parts list. Specifically, there are four stickers from 75082 on the exterior bridge. And on the interior bridge, there are four stickers from 75055 and one sticker from 75156 (for the main view screen). These are shown here: https://i.imgur.com/URfAReL.jpg
I know not everyone is a fan of stickers. So depending on your preferences, you may want to
(1) remember to add sticker sheets for 75082, 75055, and 75156 to your parts list; or
(2) skip 'em (in which case, I recommend adding some other computer screens, etc., to the interior bridge).

As always, feel free to let us know if you have any feedback!
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MOC-14601

Name Constrictor II - Playable Interdictor Cruiser
Designer raskolnikov
Designed 2018
Inventory 4450
Theme Star Wars

26 COMMENTS

  • 2 months, 2 weeks ago machommcan (300)
    Hey quick Question. Is this to scale your bigger 15,000 piece star destroyer?
    • 2 months, 2 weeks ago raskolnikov (1469) MOC Designer
      Good question lol. When I started this it was based on the 600-meter Immobilizer 418, making it to scale with the Tyrant or Victory-class Aggressor. At the time, the Immobilizer had been consigned to Legends. But then Rebels brought interdictors back, and I incorporated some features from the Rebels interdictor although it seemed to be a bigger ship. How much bigger wasn't clear until some recent encyclopedia identified it as a 1129-meter "Interdictor-class Star Destroyer." At some point after Rebels, the 600-meter Immobilizer made its way back into canon, too, but I'm not sure what it looks like anymore.
      Long story short, everything kind of works out. I can say mine's an Immobilizer. People with an ISD Aggressor can say it's an Interdictor-class Star Destroyer (should be like 4 inches longer, but not bad imo).
      • 2 months, 2 weeks ago machommcan (300)
        Wow I can't believe I got a response (and by no other than the genius behind this epic ship). Thanks for taking the time to answer my question. I only asked because some people were selling some rebel ships that were scale to your ISD and I was wondering if this would scale to those. One more question, what do you estimate the cost of this to be. I really do want to try this but I don't think I can manage $1000... :P
        • 2 months, 1 week ago raskolnikov (1469) MOC Designer
          I haven’t checked recently, but I thought it was around $600–doesn’t really use anything too rare, but plates and tiles can exceed $.10/per sometimes.
  • 6 months, 3 weeks ago Sowneyy (75)
    Hi can you maybe make Moc again but more afordable with less pieces so less of those blank plates so there are less pieces and you can stick your minifigures everywere and it costs less
    • 6 months, 3 weeks ago Sowneyy (75)
      and less details for less pieces i mean 4500 pieces are a lot
    • 6 months, 3 weeks ago raskolnikov (1469) MOC Designer
      Heh, my to-do list already is a little long, you're welcome to try to build a modified version from the instructions, though. Omitting a lot of the tiles on the interior and exterior certainly would cut down on the cost. Interior space is pretty maximized already, though--could probably fit 10 minifigs in there. The interdiction field generators on the interior aren't taking up usable space, since that's where the large hinges for the top panels go when they're closed.
    • 6 months, 2 weeks ago gradientArray (1576) MOC Designer
      Idk how high your standards are with builds, but I will always take quality over price. Sure it is expensive but the reward of having the absolute best quality build is great. Cheap and low quality is just... meh.. But it depends on how accurate you want with your builds. If I were you I might just stick with the sets LEGO makes.
  • 9 months, 2 weeks ago DanielS (126)
    Big thumbs up, this is an awesome build
    OMG 115 pages instruction manual
  • 1 year, 4 months ago TyGl200 (88)
    Are you planning on doing more cruisers? Maybe some from the Republic...
  • 1 year, 5 months ago Fulinkazan (1068)
    What would you estimate the parts cost is?
    • 1 year, 3 months ago Kehtooni (2K)
      I just paid 526 Euro for all parts, shipping & handling and instructions
      • 6 months, 3 weeks ago Sowneyy (75)
        your german, arent you?
        du bist deutsch, nicht wahr?
  • 1 year, 5 months ago aegir (2K) MOC Designer
    Awesome MOC! Splendid interior job with nice detailing. Thank you for sharing!
  • 1 year, 5 months ago fish75 (3K)
    glad to see a model with an interior
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This is a Premium MOC, and the instructions to build it are being sold by the designer (raskolnikov) for $20.00

You will receive building instructions of type PDF - Computer Images from the designer once you have organised payment with them.

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