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Conquest - An original transformer . The leader of The Four Horsemen! . So this was going to be my entry for Chris Roach's "Epic Legoformer Contest", but I was unable to complete a video on time. So oh well! Don't expect a video explaining how to transform Conquest. Or instructions on how to build him. I'm sorry, but I don't have the time or the recources. :/ Anyways, on to the creation/bio! Conquest is the leader of an elite Decepticon task force nicknamed "The Four Horsemen". Shrouded in mystery, the group of four is believed to be older than Megatron himself, but were eager to join and support his reign of tyrrany. The back of the vehicle. I think I'm most proud of this specific part regarding detail. :D The side. I also like the way the stripe along the side really makes him "pop". Finally, the vehicle mode without his crossbow mounted on top. I almost had it just sitting on the vehicle with the "wings" pointing out, but I found a way to make them fold in to actually look really nice. The robot mode. I like the way this guy turned out. Although his forearms are a little scrawny, and he is EXTREMELY back heavy, I think he looks good! (if I do say so myself) Conquest's main weapon: his double-barreled crossbow. (Get it? Because the in the original four horsemen, conquest's weapon was a crossbow....ok, so I'm not that clever) Kneel to me! A close-up of the head. As you can see, I stole was inspired by Chris Roach's face design of a 1x2 hinge and a cheese brick. And to finish it off, my solution for Conquest's "back-heaviness" - a simple display stand. No, it cannot be stored in vehicle mode. Shame. As always, feel free to rate and comment!


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