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Comic #4207

1 {scene: an icy cave. Luke is hanging upside down from the frigid ceiling, his lightsabre standing in the snow out of reach}
1 Luke: So let me get this straight. Hoth is entirely covered in ice. There are no plants at all.
2 Luke: But there are tauntauns - herd animals that die from the cold whenever night falls.
3 Luke: And there’s apparently a viable breeding population of apex predators.
4 Wampa: Stop, you're making my head hurt.
4 Luke: And where does the oxygen come from!!

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There is an Assault on Hoth Lego set, but alas I don't have it. It would have been perfect for this comic, and the previous Star Wars one.

But I'm good to adapt and make do with what I have. In some ways it's more fun to do it this way.

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