A Mandalorian and the Armor are legendary. The warrior is identified by the armor, and the armor identifies the warrior. Mandos tinker with, repaint, and modify their armor all the time. It’s  a hobby and thing they’ll do all their life. Mandalorian Costumers share this trait. If you did the “Weathering” and “Learn the CRL” Challenges, here’s a chance to apply what you learned!

 

Crafting Challenge 4: Find one part of your armor you don’t like as much as the rest. Figure out a way to improve your armor.

  • Novice Level:  With the help of a Parent, use your existing armor piece and modify it in some way to make it better. This may involve attaching new parts or changing the shape. If you damage the paint, be sure you fix it or make it look like weathering. Send a picture of what you modified to mythosaur@verdikacorp.com and remember to include your Verd’ika Mandalorian Name for credit.

 

  • Journeyman Level:   With the help of a Parent, craft an entirely new replacement armor piece to replace the item you didn’t like as much as the rest. Paint and weather it to match the rest of your armor kit. Send a picture of what you made to mythosaur@verdikacorp.com and remember to include your Verd’ika Mandalorian Name for credit.

 

  • Expert Level:  Same as the Journeyman Level challenge, except for two or more items. If the item is normally a pair (gauntlets, shoulder bells, knees, etc.) then the matching part counts as a second item. Find a way to add a greebly (some kind of attached part that looks like something from the Star Wars universe) to one or two of the parts. For example, add knee darts to a new pair of knees (like Boba or Jango Fett’s armor) or build new gauntlet tops with buttons, weapons, rockets. etc. or even add glowing lights. Paint and weather it to match the rest of your armor kit. Send a picture of what you made to mythosaur@verdikacorp.com and remember to include your Verd’ika Mandalorian Name for credit.