A trailer/prologue to my new Post Apocalyptic story. Check it out if you like Zombies, Apocalypses,(I think that's what I meant to say) and fighting!
About this creation
I've been noticing a change in the infected. They're changing more rapidly. Growing stronger. Faster. Smarter.
Our mission to get the sample was successful. We only suffered one casualty, Johnson. He fell into one of the cabinets at the research center. I had to call in a Med-Vac for transports. To think, All of this because of the Infection.
A birds eye view. (I noticed it was blurry after I took everything off. Stupid camera! Stupid hands! Stupid me!)
Don't jump! Someone loves you! Oh. You're a zombie. Go ahead and jump.
A very cool shot.
The humans: Johnson, Med-Vac Units, Gunner, Soldier, Driver, Soldier.
It can safely hold 6 healthy minifigs.
7, If he wants to risk it.
4 healthy minifigs, 1 wounded.
2 more if they risk it.
The Diorama without the vehicle and minifigs.
There are only 4 light bley pieces in this entire MOC, the wheels. So, I don't want to hear any body say "The rocks would look better if you used some cheese slopes." Everything you see is the old grey. FYI, Lego doesn't make cheese slopes in the old color. THEY HAD TO GO AND CHANGE IT ON ME!
I built this MOC, while waiting on a new computer. If you didn't know, My old computer crashed. I had to come up with something completely with my imagination ( Que Spongebob) Imagine that! Making things out of Lego by being creative. It's almost like they were made for that! Before this was photographed, I had to dust it off. No, really, I'm not joking.
If you liked it, Why don't you comment? Also, If I missed anything while I was inactive tell me in a comment here.
I hope I don't have to go up against you in a zombie category . . . Nice MOC! The leg wound is a great touch, and I'd have never thought to turn the flame around to simulate a round coming out of the barrel.
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Thats amazing. I come back after a week in the bahamas, and just when I think i could use some zombie-killin action, here it is. Great job on the moc, I've been looking forward to it forever.
And here's a little secret: I made a moc While on vacation. Im hoping to have it up today or tomorrow, but trust me. Its worth seeing.
AND YES I LOVE THE CROW!! ahem... sorry. great job.