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"CD-2784 ,what is your status?"
The pic says it all,a couple of commando droids on a mission, ran into a small "surprise".
About this creation

Here,you can see the two clones,the destroyed droid,and their next victim.And yes,it is on Raxus prime.

the acid river and greebs.

Then there's these two...

Arf1:I think I heard something
Arf2:Nah,it's probably just the wind playing tricks on you...

...or something.

-yeah,you're probably right,these acid fumes are giving me a headache.

the base's control room.

inside the control room.



one of the tricky bits on this creation was to make it look like an organised republic military base,but still make it look like Raxus prime.I think I did a good job on this:
rusted roof platings,acid fumes are gnawing at them but no-one gives a darn about it and just let them melt and rust.Engineers are probably too lazy to go out for more than 15 minutes in the harsh environement of Raxus prime.

whenm the spare battery of the sattelite dish failed,the just sent someone up for a few minutes to take it off.They didn't even take the time to replace it or even move it away,oh no,But I agree that finding someone who would want to spend even the slightest moment of his life on a rusty roof with dangerous acid fumes is already hard,finding someone to take it away,cleanly dispose of it and install a new one ,is almost impossible.

same here,the lamp/pole thing broke of and they didn't-------yeah,well, you know the story.

minifigs.

if you are a moderator of the 225th could you please tell me if I can use this clone in my squad?I know you'll probably say no.But Ya never know,you could have waked up and said (or should I say realized):"The rules of the 225th are way too strict,how'bout I let brick engineer use his new clone he made"
Yeah,I know,I'm probably dreaming there...






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Comments

 I like it 
  June 5, 2012
Cool!
Paul .
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~~Patrick~~ .
  June 2, 2012
Very nice! I think it would be better if you used a better background and the Lava could use some more detail and layering.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2012
Quoting Kyle Peckham I'm gonna agree with LB on this issue. Those clones look much better than the very first squad you made. :D I like the leg markings, and the helmet isn't bad. I'll give you the OK to put hat clone is your squad.:D Now go build soldier! - KP
Roger that commander,I#ve made the landscaping of mission 7 now,all I need is the base (or the little part of it I will make).
 I made it 
  May 29, 2012
Quoting Hawk . Awesome!What happened to the clone's hand?
He can put it around the front of his blaster now!
 I like it 
  May 28, 2012
Awesome!What happened to the clone's hand?
 I like it 
  May 28, 2012
I'm gonna agree with LB on this issue. Those clones look much better than the very first squad you made. :D I like the leg markings, and the helmet isn't bad. I'll give you the OK to put hat clone is your squad.:D Now go build soldier! - KP
Paul .
 I like it 
Admiral Varkov
  May 27, 2012
Excellent job! The tower is very nicely done and the lamp/pole things look great!
  May 27, 2012
Yes we have. :)
 I made it 
  May 27, 2012
Quoting LB. 12 First very nice work. Second the rules aren't that strict. The group is about having fun and evolve as a builder. And how hard is to make a squad of 3-4 purist clones. I guess there are a lot of people who doesn't know what the word "purist" means. It means you don't use sharpues or decals, you only use LEGO's parts and lego rubber bands, you can use sticker paper or something else na you don't cut or edit the lego parts BUT in the 225th legion you can use sharpies if the markings are VERY NEAT you can also use little decals. In my option purist clones look always better than sharpied clones but that's just my option. These figs are nicely made, but the legs look weird since there is those sharpied black markings. You should had left the legs white (don't mean the red leg markings they look good), but the red markings look neat and the guns look great. Take the black off and I might consider to allow these. :) --LB. 12--
Copy that commander,I'll put some white legs!And,I never said the 225th wasn't fun,it's the 2nd or 3rd best group on mocpages :D just the rules are a little strict as they sorta block off a little creativity,but I haven't realy read 225th legion updates since a little after mission 2 and I think you guys have changed them to be less strict.Correct? :)
 I like it 
  May 27, 2012
First very nice work. Second the rules aren't that strict. The group is about having fun and evolve as a builder. And how hard is to make a squad of 3-4 purist clones. I guess there are a lot of people who doesn't know what the word "purist" means. It means you don't use sharpues or decals, you only use LEGO's parts and lego rubber bands, you can use sticker paper or something else na you don't cut or edit the lego parts BUT in the 225th legion you can use sharpies if the markings are VERY NEAT you can also use little decals. In my option purist clones look always better than sharpied clones but that's just my option. These figs are nicely made, but the legs look weird since there is those sharpied black markings. You should had left the legs white (don't mean the red leg markings they look good), but the red markings look neat and the guns look great. Take the black off and I might consider to allow these. :) --LB. 12--
 I like it 
  May 26, 2012
Very cool.
 
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