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My Custom General Grievous . I upgraded my General Grievous because I think the official isn't that accurate. . My Custom General Grievous. There are many different things The General holds. Here he is holding his blaster, which is later known as "Grievous Striker" because Obi Wan killed him with it. In the Clone Wars TV series, he is often seen using 2 lightsabers. Note how I don't have to remove the arms. His 2 un-used arms can even hold 2 lightsabers, for when stuff gets tricky. I prefer to not do this though because you can see them from the front. Here is a classic Grievous, he can hold 4 lightsabers! Next to a clone. The clone waits till the picture is taken then quickly leaves, because Grievous is scary! The best part in my opionion, there are 8 points of the articulation. The bottom pieces of Grievous, credit goes to Gabriele Renna. The top half pieces, sort of credit to Tom Reinacher. Good bye for now! Don't forget to rate and comment!

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