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Alright troopers this will be the official TLJ Stormtrooper discussion thread where all things related will be discussed and reviewed for the new CRL/s. The wiki entry when complete for the CRL is here: https://origin-wiki.501st.com/databank/TK_TLJ_Executioner NOTE: this is a blending of the proposed CRL sent to FISD by Luis, Christopher Gutirrez (kitgutierrez) and others of the Philippine Garrison who have done excellent work creating this costume, and also from gmrhodes13/Q/Glen from Perth, Australia. FYI that Kit has already submitted the costume to the LMO via the GML area for approval. Helmet For 501st approval: - Lenses are smoky brown or gray in color. They may be bubble in shape or flat and must be sufficiently dark enough to obscure the costumer's eyes. - A single silver aerator/mic tip cylinder is on lower left side of the wearer's chin. - The frown is solid black and covered in black hexagonal mesh that extends to the tears - Each tear (area beneath the corners of eye lenses) is solid black - Seven cut out tube stripe slots are on each side of the helmet - Two clip greeblies are present over the traps on the side - Two clip greebles are present on the top of the helmet, parallel to the trap greeblies - Along the base of the helmet a black stripe runs from the side of the helmet and across the back to the other side. - There is a slight groove that circumvents the helmet above the brow - There is a slight grove that circumvents the helmet along the bottom and over the chin - A brow of solid black material spans from the traps over the lenses - Directly below the traps toward the base of the helmet is a small trapezoidal stripe. - The frown is solid black and has seven teeth, with black mesh behind. The mesh is hexagonal and extends to the tears. - There is a slight groove on the side that starts from the solid black brow and goes over the traps and ends on the black strip along the base. - There is a matte black stripe which covers about 1/3 of the helmet’s right side which extends from the solid black brow infront to the black strip along the base at the back. Termination of this matte black stripe on the side is the slight groove going over the traps. Neckseal For 501st approval: - Black with horizontal ribs, fitted to the wearer, and extending from the base of the neck to conceal the entire neck. No hair or skin should be visible around the neck area. Chest Plate For 501st approval: - The chest plate overlaps the abdominal plate - The center-top of the chest plate is recessed and black on the side and upward facing edges. - A smaller clasp greeblie shall be present on each side of the chest, just inside a small indented area the size of the greeblie. - There is a slight groove running vertical on each lateral side of the chest that angles toward the center - Six recessed black ovals are on the wearer's right side, left of the greeblie. Back/Yoke For 501st approval: - The back plate contains a "O II" design where the O is black - The back/yoke is one seamless piece - The yoke portion extends over the wearer's shoulders and curves under the armpits - The yoke is painted matte black. Thermal Detonator For 501st approval: - The thermal detonator mounting plate sits under the back plate and rests above the belt. - The control panel is black. - The righthand recessed end cape is black. - The lefthand end cap extends from the detonator assembly and is all black. - There should be no visible seams. Shoulder Gaskets For 501st approval: - Gaskets shall be rubber or a shiny black material with ridges - The shoulder gaskets must cover all exposed areas under the shoulder bell, between the bicep and chest, and between bicep and back. Shoulder Bells For 501st approval: - One on each shoulder. - The shoulders are considered effectively symmetrical. They may be worn interchangeably on the left and right shoulders. - Shoulders have small round extension at the top under the bell itself that butts up against the yoke. - Shoulders are matte black. - There is a light grey, approximately 2.5 inch wide First Order Cog present on each shoulder bell. This may be painted or a decal. Biceps For 501st approval: - Biceps has one seam on the side that faces forward. - A clip greeblie is present low and across the seam - There is a seam or an overlap at the inside facing side of the bicep - Two black ovals are present on the outside facing side of the bicep Elbow Gaskets For 501st approval: - Gaskets shall be rubber or a shiny black material with ridges - The elbow gaskets must cover all exposed areas between the bicep and forearm Forearms For 501st approval: - Forearms shall have ridged rail, similar to a picatinny, embedded on the inside of the forearm, roughly covered 1/3rd by a box shape. - Forearms shall have a box on the bottom the wrist end. Each box shall have a single black square in the lower inside corner. - Each forearm shall have two 'clasp greeblies' on the outside facing surface, near the wrist. - Detail box includes black rectangle on small edge perpendicular and closest to wrist. Gloves/Handplates For 501st approval: - Are black with white palm, thumb and forefinger. - Extend underneath the forearm. - White area is made from leather or leather-like material. - Handplates are rigid square boxes and the hand plates are mounted securely over the back of the glove. - The black oval detail is aligned with the index finger of each hand. Abdomen Section For 501st approval: - The abdomen section must wrap around the wearer's body without a visible seam. - The abdomen has 7 boxes attached that matches the order and placement shown and sit flush against the armor. - The large box has a small black recessed square to on the lower left to the wearer. - The second box to the right of the wearer has a small black recessed rectangle near the top. Codpiece For 501st approval: - The codpeice sits below the abdomen and under the belt. Posterior armor For 501st approval: - The posterior armor sits below the abdomen and under the belt. - The top portion of the part shown is hidden by the belt and used to connect the plate to the abdomen armor. Belt For 501st approval: - The belt is ribbed and made from a rubber or a rubber like material. - Five white rectangular boxes and one pouch sit on the belt. - There are 2 horizontal boxes on the front, on each side of the center. They are painted white on the outside half and black on the inside half. - There are 2 vertical boxes on the right of the wearer. - There is a large vertical black pouch with a white cover behind the left side of the wearer. - A small black cloth pouch is worn on the left side and hides the buckle or remaining belt material. Undersuit For 501st approval: - An undergarment must be worn such that the space between the thighs and the belt shows a black material. The black material may be shiny or matte. - The reference photo shows the type used on screen but is not required for basic approval. Thighs For 501st approval: - There are seams on the inside and outside of the thighs. - A clip greeblie is present high and across the outside seams of each thigh. - The right outside thigh (to the wearer) includes a base for a holster. Knee Gaskets For 501st approval: - Gaskets shall be rubber or a shiny black material with ridges - The knee gaskets must cover all exposed areas between the thigh and shin Knee Plates For 501st approval: - The knee plates mirror each other and are placed evenly between the thigh and the shin. - Convex edge of knee plate faces upward. Shins For 501st approval: - There are seams on the inside and outside of the shins, with the opening on the inside. - A clip greeblie is present high and across the outside seams of each shin. - The wearer's left outside shin includes two vertical thin boxes that are seamless. - There is a small black recessed rectangle at the bottom outside front of the shins. Spats For 501st approval: - The spats wrap around the lower ankle, just below the black ankle rectangles. - The spats are enclosed on the outside of the ankle with a greeblie that overlaps the open side. - There is a visible seam on the inside of the ankle. Boots For 501st approval: - The boots are above ankle height and made of white leather or leather-like material. - There is a seam down both sides of the front that swoops out to the side of the foot. - There is a vertical zipper on the inside that spans the height of the boot. - There is a black flat sole with no heel. - No buckles or laces. Optional Accessories Items below are optional costume accessories. These items are not required for approval, but if present appear as described below. First Order Stormtrooper Laser Ax For 501st approval: - Scratch-built or a 3D printed laser ax. - Details to be painted black, white and silver per reference photos.