Name: Kaihao Gender: Male Race/Species: Vralyn Occupation: Fisherman Title(s): none Prevailing Element: Water Alignment: Chaotic Good Affiliation: His Village, Hivemind Natural Tool(s): Claws, Fins, Shell Status: Alive MOC Status: Disassembled
Armia Magna is home to a vast trove of life, headed by the intelligent reptilian beings known as Vralyn. When the Great Beings arrived on their world, the Vralyn were quick to attack. The Great Beings uplifted them, and turned the tribal aliens into biomechanical slaves - but this only triggered a more powerful rebellion years later. The Great Beings eventually resorted to incinerating Armia Magna and claiming its resources for their own. Some Vralyn were teleported to Spherus Magna as broken slaves and lab specimens.
Many thousands of years later, the Great Beings are long gone, and the Vralyn are one of a vast multitude of species engineered by the Great Beings that live on a reformed Spherus Magna. They are not welcomed by matoran society, however, as they believe the "Great Beings" to be demonic as opposed to benevolent, and this sparks religious wars. Vralyn towns and villages are often hidden, many times built in underwater caves, just as Kaihao's is.
He is made from parts of Ia, Tezra and Torrunn. Simple and uncustom, but based around a HF1.0 body and with a few experimental techniques. He looks a little different to the other Vralyn, because I was exploring a slightly more dynamic design. Also replaced the giant bohrok eyes with cheese slopes, because I don't really like using bohrok eyes as eyes.
I really, really like this MOC. Not only the MOC itself, also for the idea of a character who boldly swims after the fish to catch them (btw I don't know if you were serious about the "CHASE THE FISH!" thing). I like the simplicity of the MOC, the hands, the legs, the head, the torso. Sometimes you just have to make a table scrap MOC when you're bored. sometimes those MOCs turn out great. Like this one.
Nice moc here. Although tad simple, the execution is pretty good. I like the 'finned' look to him and the 'crabby' hands. However I don't really understand the silver back and find it completely out of context. Also the leg mid section is kind of blocky and the lower section could use some filling on the inner side. The legs are also kind of too large compared to the rest of the body. In the end it's not a bad creation but not your finest either. It's worth something, but I can't calculate how much in this case.