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Everyone and their Turaga has rebuilt at least one of the original six at some point in their lives. I present to you my rebuild of 2001 Lewa, inspired by the first wave of 2015: The first wave of 2015 has reconciled functionality with pose-ability. I wanted to see if I could import this method to a 2001 model. There were several variations during the design phase, but this is what I settled on: If only ... If only .. They had solved the problem of the Falling Arm in 2001. Or in 2003, when they had access to axle-pins with friction. Oh well, the past is the past. This is 2015. In addition to solving the problem of the Falling Arm, I added some extra pose-ability. He is now more like the CGI Lewa on advertisements. I almost used the asymmetrical arms, but they were too asymmetrical for my tastes. His left arm looked lonely, so I gave him a little shield. It isn't as effective as Kopaka's, but it is much lighter and easier to swing on vines with. I'm happy to read your thoughts / suggestions / methods of solving the problem of the Falling Arm.