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Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-X Commando
Thanks for the comments, everyone, and i'm going to reward you with another creation. Presenting.... the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-X Commando.
About this creation
You may have seen a preview of this model here , so i've finally got some time to uplod this.

This, like the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-Y Trooper, was made for the seperatists during the clone wars. Although it met its standards, Major-Commander Gulguk Tergo was still unsatisfied. He found that the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-Y Trooper was too slow, and its large mass effectively made it a walking target for clone troopers. Once again he pushed his researchers hard to find a model that was faster and more agile than the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-Y Trooper, yet keeping stronger armour and range than the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-Z Assasain, and came up with a machine agile, fast thinking, armoured, armed and deadly, and managed to counteract the mass with a unique ability, enabling it to perform repairs and scouting missions. It may not be the cheapest droid on the market, but it more than makes up for that. This droid have enough power to take out nearly any enemy, whether it be infantry, speeders, walkers, even jedi. Major-Commander Gulguk is pleased now.

Good story? Sorta. Anyways, here's an overview of the real thing. Armed with a railgun, flamethrower, flightpack and missile laucher, it truely is menancing.

Head on view. The cameraman must be scared.

Side view. You can see the flamethrower, a fuel gauge and an arm coming out of its waist (I don't think sick jokes are funny, the WAIST, OK?) , where you will see what it does later.

Back view. You can see the flightpack and the missile launcher clearly. Sorry that it's dark red, but the only other options that I had were green and white.

Top view. The flight pack is not part of the body, and can be removed.

Wondered why there were eyes (or photoreceptors for you SW fans) everywhere? All is about to be revealed....

Tadaa! The Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-X Commando can split into 3!

First up, the Scout bot. Sacrificing its missile launcher for extra turbo boosts (Ok, shooting missiles from the behind is a bit silly) , it can shoot at over 200 kph. The Scout bot also has repulsorlift engines and steering flaps, allowing it to also be very manouvreable. This makes this a perfect scout, spy or saboteur.

Ooooh, Scoutbot has seen Hevy the Heavy Trooper! Is he going to say hello?


Oh dear. That took 2 whole minutes to build, mate! Now what?

Here we have The Repair Bot. It has massive legs, feet bigger than Kelso's, and a nice round photorecptor. Notable is the single arm which juts out of it, which can weld, saw, grab and cut very precisely. This means that we can....

Repair the Scout bot! No Hevys? Good. Off we go.

"Why can't I have Repulsorlifts like the other two?"

"...Dagnag these stupid feet..."

"...Tum tee tum..."


"Good scoutbot."

... If we can put those unimportant thoughts aside, here's the big daddy. Unlike the other two, this segment is made purely for battle. Armed with Repulsor lifts, Railgun, flamethrower, it might be just the thing the seps want.

"Hey You! Over there!"

"Who me?"

"Yeah, you."

"What is it?"

"You killed my sister!"

"No! I deny it!"

*KaFoom!* *Whakabam!* *Bzzzaak!* *Sound effects which relate to flamethrowers, railguns and pain*

All together again, heres the Series 4 Darkdroid 199-738-X Commando standing next to its older brother.

Sorry I have been inactive, I have just come back from a nice(ish) holiday.

...No, I am still not uploading the oldest. So there.

Be sure to Check out my other creations, and please rate and comment!


 I made it 
  April 29, 2011
Urrgh, I knew it was a bad idea to put that piece there...
 I like it 
  April 28, 2011
This is a sinister looking droid for sure! Maybe it's me but the Legs section of the droid when you seperate it is quite interesting if you know what I mean... hahaha. This is one of the best droids I have seen period! keep it up! No pun intended! ;)
 I like it 
  April 19, 2011
This is a great lil build. I love droids. So much you can do with them. Great work
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  March 31, 2011
Great job! This looks really menacing and I like how it can be broken apart.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2011
Looks very nice and creative! Well done.
 I made it 
  March 31, 2011
Thanks guys for all these comments!
 I like it 
  March 29, 2011
Nice job!, I really like how it can split into three!
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  March 26, 2011
This is like your name..... EXCELLENT !!!
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  March 25, 2011
Amazing! I love the detail and awesomeness of these MOC's Keep up the great work :D
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  March 18, 2011
This is great!
Andrew Evans
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  March 13, 2011
Very Simple Design, But That Makes The Hidden Block System More Awesome.
Andrew Evans
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Dominick S
  February 6, 2011
Wow. Good start, I recommend that you practice your photography a little, and maybe get some sort of background, even paper works! Oh, could you please check this out? Thanks!
 I like it 
  January 31, 2011
Very nicely made. I must say that you've got some interesting ideas there.
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  January 31, 2011
Nice, I'm diggin' those feet, and the separation of them is cool too.
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  January 28, 2011
Pretty cool, maybe i'll try something like that sometime.
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