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Joe_Tutorials has posted a video that teaches you how to fold a piece of paper into a teeny-tiny little X-Wing, which may appeal if you’re the sort of person who likes folding pieces of paper so that they resemble other things. Or if you’re a Replicant.

See Also: Learn How To Make An Origami Darth Vader [Video]

Check out the demonstration video below.

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Don’t they look great? Michelle of MJ’s off the Hook Designs designed ’em, and they – as previously stated – look great. Bloody great, I dare say. You can actually buy the pattern to crochet your own right here.

Check out another pic below.

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It was just a matter of time before Oliver C added X-Wing drone to join the rest of a Star Wars fleet that includes a Millennium Falcon, TIE Interceptor and Star Destroyer. Now we just need him to film a video with all four of his builds in the sky at once.

See the X-Wing in action after the break.

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What if Pixar’s Cars was set in the Star Wars universe? Big Bee Studios answers that question with X-Wings. You guys, Vader’s TIE fighter sings!

See the video after the break.

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It’s never too early to let your child pilot a spaceship. That’s especially true if said spaceship only rocks back and forth and can’t actually launch into a dogfight. This Star Wars X-wing rocker by Steve’s Wooden Toys fits the safety bill, and it’s quite the sight. It’s handcrafted from pine, rimu, and macrocarpa woods and features a removable R2-D2 so your kid can take him everywhere.

It was available for sale as of October to New Zealand residents. If you could get the X-wing rocker and make this AT-AT one, you’d have the coolest toys this side of Tatooine.

Check out more photos of the beautiful rocker after the break.

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Luke Skywalker looks good in his Jedi robes, but the man absolutely rocks the X-wing pilot outfit. Sideshow Collectibles has captured every detail of the bright orange jumpsuit and Mark Hamill’s likeness in their new sixth scale Luke Skywalker figure. They’ve made a screen accurate flight suit and harness and given him a removable helmet. Here what the Star Wars statue comes with:

Helmet with Visor and Comlink
Detailed Flight Pressurized G-Suit
Flak Vest
Life Support Unit with Chest Pack Straps
Gear Harness with Belt Flares
Data Cylinders
Right and Left Relaxed Flight Gloved Hands
Right and Left Flight Gloved Fists
Right Force Gesture Flight Gloved Hand
Right and Left Flight Boots
Signal Flares
Support Stand with Yavin Base Flight Deck Graphic

You can pre-order now to receive this statue in October 2015.

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It’s about fracking time.

Two of the best Star War games ever, X-Wing and TIE Fighter, are finally being re-released. They’re currently available on Good Old Games for $10 each. When you download one of the games, you get the special edition (little better resolutions and improved sound, along with the respective expansions) and it’s all set to work on a modern PC.

Learn more after the break…

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What if X-wings were like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer? This glowing X-wing fighter could guide the Rogue Squadron through any foggy night. Or, it could just light up a room since it’s a light installation. Behance user Benjamin Rice worked on this gigantic fixture for an event in London that’s all about urban bicycling. To that end, they made the lamp from Old Raleigh Grifter bicycles. It looks like it’s ready to take on the Death Star.

Images by Ollie Harrop.

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X-Wings are among the coolest ships in the Star Wars galaxy as far as I’m concerned. They’re not the Millennium Falcon, but they can hold their own. This was evidenced during the Death Star Trench Run in A New Hope. Sure, more than a few X-Wings went down because of TIE fighters, but at the end of the day, the Rebels won. You can re-create the epic battle of Yavin with this racetrack set. It has Luke’s X-Wing and Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced fighter. The ships are slightly wider than the track, so the victor will be the one that catches up first. All you need is a Death Star to explode in the background when the X-Wing wins!

See a shot of the full track after the break.

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