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Large suit of armor/Hardsuite . INCLUDES INSTRUCTIONS! A large suite of armour, or Hardsuite! . The first and main reason I built this suite of armor, was so I could have a larger medieval fighter. It turned out to be a nice hard suite as well! I was fiddling around with parts I kinda' doubted I would actually build this... Standing straight… This suite is quite flexible and easy to play with! Touché ! This armor also can sit...sorta'... A bit of fresh air! To a minifig, it is quite large! Some people might want instructions to make their own so... This is the list of pieces you will need: 1- minifighead 1- minifig headgear (optional) 1- minifig weapon/tool (optional) 1- 2x1 angle plate (2x2) 1- 2x2 plate(Four studs) 1- plate w. stick 2- 1x1 angular brick 2- 1x1 holder plate 2- 1x1 holder vertical 2- 1x1 tile 2- 1x1 roof tile 2- 1x1 technic 2- stick 0 3.2 w. holder 3- 1x2 jumper plate 3- 1x2 grill 4- 1x1 round plate 6- 1x1 upright holder *Some of these parts can be substituted.* Start like this, remember to make two! Then add the upper parts of the legs... This is the torso... Snap these tiles on like so. Then snap them together like so. Snap the round plates into the sides of the torso and snap the holders onto those. Put the arms together... And connect them like this. slide(or snap) the legs on like so... Put any head on top...There, now you either have a nice large suit of fantasy amour, a hard suit, or you didn't read/look at my instructions and you have your own creation! The cape is pretty easy to connect, simply remove the grill or tile and place the cape over the studs, then replace the grill or tile! Here are some different versions I came up with! Grey sci-fi soldier… Black spec-ops sci-fi soldier… Black spec-ops sci-fi commander… Young Hero… Light grey sniper… Grey Marine… *Wolf Whistle* Black diver… light grey sci-fi flag bearer… Space monk… You can be sure, to know, I soon will make a Blaircar version for VOLATILE AMBIENCE! I hope this creation entertained you and maybe you will have a new hard suit/armour design! *Please give me credit if you do use this design.* Joseph Pass: Yeah, I wanted to build guys like "The chosen" from Warhammer online and other large armored characters from video games and movies...Sauron is also a good idea! Will Thomas: I tried a few different feet, but these worked the best...I am still trying different parts out though... Tim Mcpherson: Well that was one of my only choices, it isn't that bad, and it gives the figure a large shoulder span... Callum Wood: Cool, that's why I posted instructions!


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