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Hmm, droids with fashion? Well, threepio seems to think gold is the thing...
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ESB, he wore the hoth gear, and a different jacket then the one he had in ANH and ROTJ Wink


I know I'm kinda late to the party here but I just have to add that he also changes his pants color from a navy blue to a dark brown and the bloodstripes go from red (ANH) to yellow (ESB and ROTJ). And he isn't wearing a poncho on Endor it is a camo trench coat (what Luke and Leia wear are ponchos).

Orange goggles though make sense as odd as it may sound. For one thing, and this is just based on pictures/video, most eye-protection worn at firing ranges typically has an orange tint to it. My guess would be because mussel flash tends to be in the range of orange the orange goggles help prevent you from being blinded by it. what never made sense to me was the dark sunglass tint on the helmets worn by unnamed characters (watch the fighter launch at the end of ANH and you'll see what I mean). It just struck me as space is dark enough so why do you need dark tinted goggles?! Confused

Droids definitely have style. HK-47 is very VERY selective about what weapon he carries. It has to be that perfect balance between being the latest in style/weapon development and lethal efficiency afterall. He's also very conscious of means of execution. Razz
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Salaris, you must have edited. There is more to your post now than there was a few hours ago...but anyway. Smile

I think the Magna Guards are totally awesome. Too bad they're not around too much. Although...they did develop into the IG droids, didn't they?
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Salaris, you must have edited. There is more to your post now than there was a few hours ago...but anyway. Smile


hmm I know I edited it a bit, but that was all with about 30 minutes of the original post. I'll be generous though and say up to an hour after the original post since I was doing so much this afternoon my memory is a little fuzzy on the minute by minute details.
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S'ok, I may have read it immediately after you posted, and then saw your edit later when I returned. Smile
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
S'ok, I may have read it immediately after you posted, and then saw your edit later when I returned. Smile


that is probably what happened. Anyway to pick up on your Magna Guards thing

Don't forget a lot of them also have the whole robes thing going so they sport a style in a way. Kind of like a robotic Tusken Raider actually...
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Time to revive this thread...on to Droid fashion!

First off, the 3PO series...










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I recently bought pants that look just like an X-wing flight suit pants. They even have the big pockets on the side.
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i have to agree on the magnaguard, the robes are certainly stylish Smile
the only one of those 3PO droids that seems special is that one with the clamshell head. now thats pretty cool Wink
how about astromechs? at least they have some variety to them Wink
i personally love the R4 and R5's the best Smile


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Astromechs

P2


Q9


R1


R2


R3


R4


R5


R6


R7 (next to an R6)


R8 (one on the left)


R9


T3

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Wow, what is the second one?
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I love T3 droids


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you know, i'm not even going to say what that Q9 looks like, because we all know your thinking the same thing Confused


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He...hehe...I hadn't caught that before kamenkewl. Ha, that's funny.
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A spaceship? A bullet? A juicer? A rocket? The Pope? Laughing
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