The ship itself is 13 pieces. With lasers OR a stand, it becomes 15. I don't know how the rules work with TIE Interceptors. However, with lasers and stand it becomes 17 which is not helpful. However, wheels with axles and tires count as one piece so explain that. For the Interceptors, though, the attachments are just for show.
Anyway, here are all the pieces used to make one including stand and lasers.
And even better, I will give instructions.
The blasters are held in by friction between the clips in the wings. You'll need to be patient.
However, with the lasers, it is much easier to place the blasters.
And Voila! You have just built a Micro TIE Interceptor!
Again, altogether with all the attachments, not really in the rules but I find the whole wheel assembly a bit much. If anything can be excused, it's the stand since it really isn't part of the vehicle, but here is a shot of both with the different attachments. Like I said, the ship itself is only 13 pieces, and the attachments are just for show.
Thanks for checking these out, and good luck to the other contestants (And myself cause of that whole attachment situation) !
Fantastic work!! They look extremely accurate, especially considering the limits. The stand and lasers don't count as part of the vehicle (they'd count as extras e.g. Exhaust flames, Spray (from a ship) ....well, you know), so that's all good!! Some great parts usage, best of luck!!