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Necron Heavy Destroyer . What's scarier than skeletons? Freakin' robot skeletons, that's what! . This is a Necron Heavy Destroyer as seen in the Warhammer 40K game. Here's a close-up of his mug and the flamethrower on his left shoulder. And this is a closer look at the big gun. Without the gun he's 48 studs long, with the gun he's 96 studs long. Here's a view of his spine. I had to rebuild the spine, well particularly the thin waist part three times to make it not bend under the forward weight of the gun. The gun isn't particularly heavy built, but it sticks out far to the front. And bits of the spine pop up from the carrier body as well. This is a closer look at his hand and a bit of his arm. Here's a bottom view of the carrier body. I also built a pedestal for him to stand on. He's perfectly fine supporting on the exhaust flaps to the sides of the carrier body, but a pedestal just looks cool ;) The pedestal is also a bit fancified, to go with the details on the Destroyer itself. Why is there a dead skeleton on the ladder to the side of the pedestal? Why not?

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