Yay! The elite guard samuron combiner team if finally complete! It's been taking ages to build these guys. Two of them got upgrades and one of them even got entire rebuild! But, after all those hours, days, weeks and months of work, I can finally say that this project is done! Now I can almost finally release the LDD instructions for the world to see. However, there is one thing that I forgot. I was so excited about releasing this last guy that I completely forgot about the comic at the beginning! Oh well, my sigfig will probably return for the LDD, and if not that then definately the next MOC. Until then, enjoy this beauty!
About this creation
Unlike last time, this creation involves captions! Anyway, moving onto the actual MOC itself. The vehicle mode is a construction vehicle.
Although its not my best work for this mode, the robot form is pretty cool. But that's for later.
You may not realise it now, but that's the chest tucked away in the back.
Here's a size comparison with the first conquest legoformer I ever made; Warpath. As you can see, even though this transformer is a little smaller than most of my others, it's still a lot larger. This is proof that my transformers have been getting a lot bigger lately.
The other reason for using the size comparison is the vehicle mode type. The way they transform is very similar.
On the topic of transformation, here's how it converts into robot mode.
Here's the robot mode! The strong points of this figure is the bulkiness of the robot mode. The main feature here is the legs, which look heavy duty and simple, but are actually complex.
One of the things you notice about the robot mode is the 'X' that is formed from the side flaps and the shoulder flaps. It's easier to see from behind, surprisingly.
Here are the legs that I spoke of earlier. The right leg has a mechanism that twists the scoop element down.
Well, a quick size comparison and we're done! I'll try to upload the instructions for all of these tomorow. I want to give a special thanks to chris the sledgehammer for making up the names. I built and designed it at first, but he took these guys to a whole new level. The second person I'd like to thank is C west. He kept reminding me for the instructions. If it wasn't for him, I'd probably have forgotten. Also, he's been my fan for a long time. The last person to thank is the epic chris roach. As always, he's been a great inspiration to me. I wouldn't be on MOCpages if it wasn't for him.
(I'd also like to apologise, Roach. I took some of your free downloads and pretended to my family that they were mine. That was when I was ten, though. I didn't have MOCpages back then, and I'm 15 now. I'm a lot more reponsible, and I now know that plagerism is NOT cool.)
As always, don't forget to like, comment and if you haven't already, add me as a fave builder. As always, happy building.