Edit: From today I will be going back through ALL the CyberAgent designs to attempt to place some context to the larger story/time-line. This will include the following:
1. changing the titles to include an alpha numerical code for each design so that it can be placed in sequence of chronological position within the time-line. As yet I don't have specifics of this sequence finalised and as a result it could be subject to numerous revisions over the next week or so. One thing that is certain is that it will pre-fix the name of the model/series of models under each entry. The original CyberAgents will have CAU-AA for example, while the CyberAgentsKnights with be CAU-AB etc.
2. I will try to place a definitive date/era in which the sub-plot takes place. Since there is a side-story involving time travel and a retcon concerning the ProtoAgents, this could mean some later references have earlier dates (for example the Redux sub-plot takes place in the 21st century and part of the ProtoAgent plot is in the 20th).
3. CyberAgents and ShadowAgents will now be part of two separate folders, as will Aliens and Demons, but all are effectively CyberAgent Universe designs. From today the term CAU will be used to cover everything in these folders.
4. As much as possible I'm going to try and fill in some of the blanks. Many of the early designs are on other websites but were never uploaded here. (mostly lego.com) I'd like the full back catalogue (or at least images of each design) to appear here as well (if I can still locate a dowloadable file).
Note that any "updated" or "modernised" designs will be shown with their counterpart. This could mean some existing galleries will be revised.
In his own dimension Chlothu is all powerful, nothing and no one can bend him to their will or defeat him. Bored with his complete dominion, he has found the weakened doorway to Earth and forced his way through.
On Earth, the CyberAgency has empowered the CyberAgent Guardians to oppose him using ancient talismans, fashioned in a time of magic when the doors between worlds were last opened. But can they defeat this unholy monster?
Quoting Joe Ong
Impressive!... though i think it looked a little like the sand creature in star wars... xD.. very impressive work though... not many people have the patience to build something like that.. xD
the sarlac was definitely the inspiration plus a little dollop of the creatures from Eternal Darkness on the Game Cube. Doing the tentacles was very time consuming, but using the template tool you can speed things up a bit by just copying the same limb and adding it over and over.
The real chore was posing it, for some reason I seem to have problems getting ldd to select the correct joints sometimes.