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Spinjitsu Training Temple
The training area from the Ninjago movie where Kai starts his spinjitsu training, In Real Brick! "Is that one sugar, or two?"
About this creation
Anyone remember the video of Kai starting his spinjitsu training from the Ninjago movie? (If not, you can see it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VTGZvDHY0U). Needless to say, I have watched this little clip more than once over the past weeks, as this MOC is heavily inspired by it :P

So I present, the Spinjitsu Training Temple.



The following two pictures have the spinning center thing removed to get a clearer picture.





And with the spinning center back in place:



The inside of the temple, viewed from the back:




This MOC has lots of play features. All the training equipment spins and moves (except for the pillars in front of the gate), and there are 3 sliding doors (double in the front and one on each side). I have uploaded a video showing all the moving bits here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ODOJVeNRlU

The MOC is also modular in the way that each of the 4 baseplate-sections can easily be detached from the rest.

More pictures can be seen in my flickr stream.

I made this for the D2C contest in the Action Themes forum on Eurobricks. I've spent quite a lot of time and bricks on it, but it's been a lot of fun. It's my largest MOC to date, and I don't really even have any space for it in my appartment. Unfortunetaly, I'll probably have to destroy it soon, both because af space restrictions, and because it has depleted my source of a lot of different colors (such as white bricks, tan plates and reddish brown tiles...). But I'm really happy with how it turned out, so I'll try to let it live as long as I can!



Comments

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  September 8, 2012
This is radical!! You made a PERFECT replica of the dojo from the movie.
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  June 9, 2012
hey...would you put this on cuusoo.com, heres the link,PLZ...it would win,cause its a winner,oh and could you make instructions...that would be gr8...thx link http://lego.cuusoo.com/
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  April 21, 2012
That is awesome!!! I saw the video, and it matched like the training course in the Ninjago episodes on Cartoon Network!!!!! ;)
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  April 13, 2012
If and when you decide to destroy it, could you make a brick list and maybe some instructions? I'd love to build this!
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  April 4, 2012
Awwwwwesommmmme!!!!!
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  March 14, 2012
wow, that looks like the real thing in the show in ninjago.
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  January 16, 2012
That's really cool :) I'm happy I could be of help, and the boys have really done a good job on this. And thanks for crediting me in the video :) (Btw, I speak french, so I can understand what they say)
Quoting Patrick TROUILLARD Hi Cecilie, my son Rémi and his friend Robin created a facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Robin-Remi/320134268026194 , with links to video films they made themselves. They talk about you (in french..) at the end of each video to thank you for the help you have brought them with your explanations of construction. Thank you again and Happy New Year 2012. Patrick.
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  January 15, 2012
Hi Cecilie, my son Rémi and his friend Robin created a facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Robin-Remi/320134268026194 , with links to video films they made themselves. They talk about you (in french..) at the end of each video to thank you for the help you have brought them with your explanations of construction. Thank you again and Happy New Year 2012. Patrick.
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  December 22, 2011
that was awesome.
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  December 22, 2011
that was awesome.
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  November 28, 2011
Thank you so much !
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  November 28, 2011
Quoting Patrick TROUILLARD he asked how you built the towers with the moving axes, swords that turn.
I have a few pictures of the inner workings of those in my blog here: http://bitsandbricks.no/2011/04/27/spinjitsu-training-temple-the-inner-workings/ Not the best pictures, I know, but it should be possible to work out. Also, what you can't see in those pictures is how it's attached to the baseplate. The axle in the middle goes through the bottom and attaches to a round 2x2 brick. So when you spin the entire thing, it spins around the axle, making everything move inside :) Feel free to ask if you have any more questions.
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  November 27, 2011
Hi, my son Rémi is a fan of your creation, he asked how you built the towers with the moving axes, swords that turn. Thank you in advance if you have more pictures or items. Best regards. Patrick (from France)
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  October 7, 2011
WOW! This is so amazingly awesome! I love this Moc! It is an exact replica! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
Cecilie Fritzvold
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S.E.D. (The Editor)
  May 2, 2011
Awesome! Looks just like the real one!
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  April 27, 2011
WOW, very nice!
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  April 26, 2011
Nice
 
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