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I don't think we have a Gundam or Gunpla thread here so I'll make it myself. Anything related to the Mobile Suit Gundam brand and franchise is fair game here as long as it's safe for BZP. Talk about your favorite Gundam anime/manga/comic/novel/video game/magazine/cave painting! Show off your Gundam cosplays! Even cardboard boxes that say "GUNDAM" on them are welcome! (I've done it myself!) Show us your Gunpla, straight builds and custom builds of all scales and grades are welcome! Talk about Gunpla customization techniques! Got a cool backstory for your custom Gunpla? Share it here! Post Gundam memes. Funny Gundam pictures/videos. Gundam fanart. Gundam headcanon theories. Whatever. Any and all Gundam and Gunpla content is welcome here as long as it's within BZP rules. Anyway, about me: Grew up with Gundam Wing, G Gundam, and Gundam SEED during the Toonami days. I used to build G and some Wing models back in the day, but since I was a kid I just played with them like I would any other action figure. Got back into Gunpla when I was 12/13 after a trip to the Philippines and the massive popularity of Gundam SEED kits over there. Prompted me to start watching Universal Century stuff. Didn't watch too much Gundam anime (there's a lot I still need to see) but I was pretty consistently into Gunpla from then until I was 18 or so. Just got back into it recently and started watching Iron Blooded Orphans (I've heard the fandom whine about this one, but I'm still pretty early into it and I'm liking it so far). Also getting into the Build Fighters series, which is pretty fun.
Around the anniversary date of the Titanic disaster, I told you guys about finally having achieved a childhood dream - and how my wallet suffered in the course of doing so Well.. not that I've changed anything on the ship itself; but I've added some features that I think make the ship look more like a 'generic' model on display, rather than just sitting on a chest of drawers (if that's the correct term). As with my first topic, I put in a link to my brickshelf account where there will be more pictures to see this time around as well - but as I write this the folder is not yet public (takes a day or two, so should be accessible on the 27th of April at the latest) so you might have to wait a bit. Link: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=573715 Enough chit chat - here's a picture of what you can expect to see - but be advised this is my very first attempt at building water in motion in LEGO, so I might change small things with time ^^,
In my research for the third section of Volitak_Boxor's alternate model database project, I've heard in BIONICLE Heroes (on the BIONICLE Wikia) that among the three other Rahi of the game (Fikou, Visorak and the dragonfly-like thing), there is a fourth Rahi that is a destroyable enemy that leaves currency and is a fish-like creature. Can anyone give me some more information or a picture of this thing?
Well, all this hype around Bionicle 2015 launched me into a huge bionicle-based creation spree, and so far, I have made dragon versions of Makuta Teridax and Mata Nui, a Custom Island with all six elements influencing it's various biomes, and now, it's time to make something that resembles a Toa Armor. Well... almost, since I based it on a Halo blueprint. Not very original. But look at the bright side: There is something to be done on this matter. What do you think? So in a nutshell: Humanity would need to establish it's own form of "Toa" using recycled millitary armors, without even knowing they are being influenced by the Great Beings through the Matoran. The Great Beings would later be involved in some form when the elemental powers are given to the heroes. Yea, Matoran will be a separate species that has its own toa.