This looks awesome, I've always loved the sleekness of the ISYHCANL variant. I'm sad I missed the signup, and I'd appreciate being placed on whatever waiting list there is.
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Yeah I dont see ever using the extras. Shoot me a PM, and once we have the kits in hand we can touch base on it.Would you be willing to sell your Yuma box to me once you get it? I also have a Slothfurnace Hero card ( the blue backed accurate one) if you are interested. Thanks
Hey thanks. Unfortunately all the places are taken on this run, and theres a list of people waiting for anyone dropping out (there are a couple of people who haven't paid yet). I can add you to the list of people waiting, just in case. There will be a second/final run going live in a couple of weeks time too (as soon as this one's gone out). I'll make a note of your username and let you know when it goes up if you like. CheersIdk if this is still available but I am interested!
Hi Andrew. That's great, Thanks. I'll make sure to give you a shout when the second run goes live. Cheers!Hi Dave, i just got some tri rings from you for a resin stunt saber, but i think to pass on yours would be a mistake. Can you please add me to the waitlist/next run list.
In short, the YUMA was nicknamed for the desert in the USA where the Sarlacc Pit scenes were filmed for Return of the Jedi.Absolutely gutted to have missed this, please can you put me on the necessary lists to hopefully get one.
Also new here what does YUMA mean.?
Cheers mate, Very interesting I never knew there were any differences in Lukes ROTJ saber,........ GOD, I hope you do a second run, how likely do you think it would be.? Thanks.In short, the YUMA was nicknamed for the desert in the USA where the Sarlacc Pit scenes were filmed for Return of the Jedi.
It was the first version of the Hero seen as a short bladed combat ‘stunt‘ saber used for those “Swinging combat” scenes. It was featured heavily and only in that variation during its time in the desert...Thus it has been nicknamed ‘the Yuma‘.
It then was modified for use in the ‘ISYHCANL’ (“I see you have constructed a new lightsaber”) pickup shot with Darth Vader, and further modified for the ‘cave build’ scene which was later deleted. The cave build was what we know as ‘Luke’s Hero’, not because it was on screen but because it was the lightsaber referenced in marketing and branding following the release of Return of the Jedi.
Hope that helps
What Bryan said Thanks, Bryan. Yeah, I highly recommend a read of Seth's Lightsaber Bible (pinned to the Star Wars Props section). There were several other props too, including the V2, V3 and resin casts. All with their own histories running back through the whole saga. Fascinating stuff!Cheers mate, Very interesting I never knew there were any differences in Lukes ROTJ saber,........ GOD, I hope you do a second run, how likely do you think it would be.? Thanks.