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Here he is guys! The second toa sword!
About this creation
Name: Pyrix
Species: Matoran
Race: Um... Ta/Ga-Toa?
Gender: Male
Element: Fire+Water
Kanohi: Mask of Fate
Origin: Testriu
Equipment: Energy Crossbow/Sheild, Half Sword
Personality: Pyrix is a silent giant, though is not gentle. He has a trigger hair temper, which is odd to witness because he doesn't speak. But, he is loyal, and will put himself between his team and any danger.
Bio: Pyrix was a Ta-Matoran from the village of Testriu. Testriu is a village near a volcano, so you can tell that Ta-Matoran would make up the population. When the Dark Hunters took over, he joined the resistance. He was captured on a scouting mission, and was brought to Baron Jackal's citadel. He escaped a Toa of both fire and water, the product of hellish experiments in an attempt to make a new generation of Gen Soliders.
But, as you can imagine, the experiments took a toll on Pyrix's psyche, as he refuses to talk.

Awright, peeps, make sure your monitor's awesome sauce tolerance is set to 11, and enjoy!





Bring on the body shots!










And now for the close-ups.

















And now for the Half Sword(Original, I know.)








Pyrix VS Laval


Hooray for clips!



And now for my favorite, the shield.



Laval doesn't give up, does he?



ENERGY CROSSBOW FUNCTION!


This has to be my favorite pic.


Come at me, bro.


Laval came at him, bro.


Fool.


A comparison with one of my little bro's mocs, which inspired this build.


BYE!


PRAISE THE LORD, I'M DONE. I actually built this moc a while back, but I didn't have the time, and I didn't know how to work the simple uploader, which i had to use because the damn security settings on my computer won't let it run. BUT, I'm back, and I have to say, this is my best moc. Oh, and you can also tune in to my Flickr account, cause you might see some stuff that doesn't make it onto mocpages.
Use this

PEACE!




Comments

 I made it 
  February 19, 2014
Quoting Toa Chains Nice! I love the build . Only problems would be that the the head looks a bit messy and the yellow piece on his arm looks out of place. Well anyway, Awesome moc!
Yeah, i just put that there for symmetry. And I'm not very good at making system heads, so i understand that aswell.
 I like it 
  February 18, 2014
Nice! I love the build . Only problems would be that the the head looks a bit messy and the yellow piece on his arm looks out of place. Well anyway, Awesome moc!
 I made it 
  February 18, 2014
Quoting Patryk Smajdor Hmm he looks very messy but i understead what you wanted to achieve. I would want to give you few tips, take them if you want, ignore if you don't. First of all, biggest mistake younger/newer mocers do, Custom=/=Quality. Your custom work is full of gaps, awkwardly armored parts ect. The thing is it's much better to start with non custom limbs that lego made, and mixing them with easier custom work. There is one of my older mocs: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/355998 He started as inika build and slowly evolved into this (around 4,5 versions i think), as you can see only torso and upper parts of limbs are custom. He was disproportionate but looked quite good. Now onto his newer rendition... http://mocpages.com/moc.php/368992 As you can see he is less massive with proportionate limbs, his anatomy is almost human (wich im aiming for with most of my humanoid mocs). He is also COMPLETELY custom. The thing is it's better to go into custom works with steps, instead of trying to make fully custom mocs when your building skill is lacking. Wall of text huh. Well have fun with building. I hope you will rethink what i said. :)
I'll try to take your advice! Thanks!
  February 18, 2014
Hmm he looks very messy but i understead what you wanted to achieve. I would want to give you few tips, take them if you want, ignore if you don't. First of all, biggest mistake younger/newer mocers do, Custom=/=Quality. Your custom work is full of gaps, awkwardly armored parts ect. The thing is it's much better to start with non custom limbs that lego made, and mixing them with easier custom work. There is one of my older mocs: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/355998 He started as inika build and slowly evolved into this (around 4,5 versions i think), as you can see only torso and upper parts of limbs are custom. He was disproportionate but looked quite good. Now onto his newer rendition... http://mocpages.com/moc.php/368992 As you can see he is less massive with proportionate limbs, his anatomy is almost human (wich im aiming for with most of my humanoid mocs). He is also COMPLETELY custom. The thing is it's better to go into custom works with steps, instead of trying to make fully custom mocs when your building skill is lacking. Wall of text huh. Well have fun with building. I hope you will rethink what i said. :)
 I made it 
  February 18, 2014
Quoting Toa M. Cool proportions and colours, but the head seems a little off.
Yeah, that was the first time I had made a custom head like that, so it wasn't the best thing ever. But, thanks for the like!
 I like it 
  February 17, 2014
Cool proportions and colours, but the head seems a little off.
 I made it 
  February 17, 2014
Quoting Mister Lego ~ Cool build, the color scheme is pretty sweet! Mind checking this out if you have some spare time, http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/381511
DUDE. That right thar is one awesome moc. Thanks for the like!
 I like it 
  February 17, 2014
Cool build, the color scheme is pretty sweet! Mind checking this out if you have some spare time, http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/381511
 
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