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Gallery One of Okoto's many species of Rahi, and among the more dangerous, the Golden Rurei possesses both formidible tusks of pure lightning and a launcher on its stinger tail which you should definitely beware of. Those who manage to dodge the lightning strikes and shocking tusks sent their way by a belligerent Golden Rurei are often frustrated in their attempts to take them down by the natural golden armor plating from which they take their name. But the inherently dangerous nature of the Golden Rurei is not only a curse, but a blessing, as they're also among the few Rahi capable of preying on Skull Spiders, making them good to have around so long as you know how to stay out of their way. The Golden Rurei here began as an experiment in using Metallic Sand Yellow parts (especially that Visorak head, which I'd never actually managed to make use of before) in a contemporary creation, not necessarily an easy feat given both the rarity and age of pieces in that color. Though there's still not as much of it as I'd like, I think on the whole it worked out about as well as could be expected, and hope you enjoy it - especially so because, as I'm not going to have access to my part collection for a few months, this is likely to be my last solid creation posted here for a while.
I've noticed many of my golden pieces from 2003-2006 turned dark in time, and I really wish I could do sometthing about it. When my Avohkii went dark I bought another one but soon enough the new one went dark as well. Has anyone else experienced this problem? I believe it's because my house is quite humid. Is there a solution, a way to revert the process? My Lhikan mask turned dark, but years later it went back to its original color without explaination. So far I've tried bicarbonate, lemon juice, ammonia, peroxide, soap, salt, leaving the piece in the sun for a couple of hours, casting the piece in boiling water, putting it in a peroxide glass and leaving it in the sun. No results at all. Here are some pictures of the pieces: 1 2 3 4 So, what do you think?