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Deathmachine Trooper Transport (DTT) . Just a LEGO CLUB Mining Machine contest entry gone horribly wrong. Or horribly right, depending on how you look at it. . Front view. It's the last thing you see before it barrels right through you. Side view. I think the orange tubes are a nice touch. And check out those mounted lasers, eh? The engine. Originally for a mining contest (the idea was that it would just melt the rock, and the ores could be sorted in their liquid form), it didn't work out and so it became a deathmachine. Wait for it...by the way, that's just a ton of fire pieces in there... LIGHTS!!!!! OHHH SNAP!!!!! The unfolding gangplank. It also serves as a shield when it's up. Also, please also note how epic this photo is :D The drivers. The idea is that they are in a kind of isolation unit. Figless. The treads. These look pretty awesome, and I personally believe that you should always try for the triangular shape before submitting to the normal way. And now for a few Easter eggs. The first is this arrow, pointing out the way should a trooper forget which way is forward :P Second, this mysterious white container underneath. What's inside? The driver's arms! Take another VERY close look at the photo above highlighting them - there wasn't room for them both to have two arms, so...:P


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