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R Type Bioroids . Miniture mecha that contain biocomputers created from cloned human brain tissue. They are very difficult to create and each has its own identity and personality. . They are carrying custom modded experimental Point Singularity Weapons. Credit for the leg design goes to Kukus on Brickshelf. I saw his robot designs and fell in love with the legs structure. The R type series were initially the mini robots from a pair of Exo Force Assault Tigers. You can see them here with melee weapons that I created for them. They were reworked for more functionality. Fighting back to back, ready to make a stand! When a Bioroid is destroyed, it dies due to the computer being cloned brain tissue. A good kick to the face ought to jog his memory. The legs are very flexible. These next five photos show a new rocket launcher system I made from a BA Bazooka, 2 BA MGL's, a BA flashbang, and a lego 2x1 grill plate. It feeds from a six round drum, and though designed for my R Types, this weapon is fig-portable and useable.

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