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Bionicle Microfigures – Toa Vakama Deluxe Edition . Well, I told you I’d post him. You may be wondering though, why deluxe? Well, like LTC, this guy is to big in scale compared to the others. While the others aren’t meant to be in scale, they are meant to be small. That’s the whole purpose, but it failed. I made him too big. Still, it’s a great MOC. So, here it is. Also, the photos may look a little different. That’s because they were taken with a different camera. My proper camera doesn’t seem to be working, so I used my sister’s. Thank goodness I was able to use it… . Okay. Here we have Vakama in his, uh, only mode. The mask isn’t as accurate as I would have hoped, but whatever. It’s a shame he can’t wear the mask of time… The disk launcher is a little heavy, so it’s hard to hold without keeping it upright. Without the disk launcher, you can see it’s pretty detailed. Here’s a view from the front. Here’s a blurry view from the side, as my sister’s photo is hard to use. You can never tell whether a photo is blurry or not. Here’s a not-blurry view from the back. You’ll notice a clip there. Well, I’ll show you what it’s for. See how the original can fit the weapon on the back? Well, with a bit of moving, my version can do the exact same. First you fold down the flap. Next you plug in the weapon. Finally you push it up. And just like the original, it fits on the back. No need to get an image off the net to compare, ‘kuz I’ve got the real deal right here! They’re pretty similar. Anyway, don’t forget to like comment and add me as a favourite builder. And as always, happy building! Oh, and one quick note. Some people have been complaining lately about the ‘rainbow syndrome’. I’d just like to say that it’s so that I can build with better parts instead of colours. If you’re going to complain about the colours, then make a comment that doesn’t involve it. I know it’s ‘constructive criticism’, but for now I’m doing okay. Thank you for your cooperation… note. Some people have been complaining lately about the ‘rainbow syndrome’. I’d just like to say that it’s so that I can build with better parts instead of colours. If you’re going to complain about the colours, then make a comment that doesn’t involve it. I know it’s ‘constructive criticism’, but for now I’m doing okay. Thank you for your cooperation…


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