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the E.B.C.R

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#1 Offline Van Hohenheim

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Posted Apr 29 2013 - 02:37 PM

the Emergency Back-up Consciousness retainer, shortened to E.B.C.R, is a machine that contains the cores, and thus the memories and personalities, of a Hero. how it works is that when a hero is need of a repair that would otherwise lose his consciousness, he's put into this robot, and he can continue on his missions until his original body is fixed. this particular one is taken over by a brain. or whatever you call them.

main pic: http://www.brickshel...ck/MOCs/001.jpg note: it's supposed to be blurry, to mimic a cameraman being attacked by it.

standing still so you can see everything: http://www.brickshel...ck/MOCs/002.jpg

the hand-gun: http://www.brickshel...ck/MOCs/003.jpg

parts needed for gun: http://www.brickshel...ck/MOCs/004.jpg

so there yah go. apologies if it's a bit blurry. I really need a new camera :L

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#2 Offline Hitoshura

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Posted Apr 29 2013 - 02:45 PM

He's pretty cool, albeit he looks simple. Still the body and leg design are quite fascinating to me. Same with the handgun.

I really need a new camera :L

Well, you could try holding the camera steady(or find something that will eg. tripod, but a book works fine) instead of getting a new one. Just tips. ;)

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