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Exterminator Dragon . . This is the Exterminator Dragon from the How to Train your Dragon books. Personally the movie is better, but the books do have some neat dragons. Exterminators are extremely dangerous dragons. Thankfully their eggs only hatch when exposed to lava. So because of that I tried to give him a molten look. The head is my own design (this time). Once again though I must say that I used techniques I learned from looking at mocs made mostly by Stormbringer. Like most of the dragons in the movie this exterminator has an underbite. I liked the low-slung/crouching look. I think it fits pretty well with the dragons extremely violent nature. The most noticeable thing about Exterminators are their front claws. In the book they have five razor sharp, sword-like talons. I felt that three looked better, and was easier to make. Anyway, I love these Ninjago dragon hand pieces. They made me want to attempt this dragon in the first place. Exterminators are among the few dragons that kill and burn just for the fun of it. This puts them at odds with the vikings. Though not their deadliest weapon, an Exterminators fire is extremely powerful. Only the best vikings ever go after them. This poor fellow obviously was not the best. This is some concept art I drew before I built the set. I like how I was able to keep fairly close to my original idea. I would have loved to make a huge, lava-covered landscape, but I just didn't have the pieces. I hope you like the build. More dragons yet to come. please rate and comment.


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