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The Red Gyarados . A trainer surfs out onto the Lake of Rage, when a shiny Red Gyarados rises out of the stormy waters. . I was given this challenge by my wife to make a Gyarados. Since we had more appropriate red bricks than blue ones, I thought of making the Red Gyarados from heartgold/soulsilver. This grew into a scene that exhausted all the blue in the house, most of the green, and then some. :) Trees courtesy of my daughter Zoe, and bricks stolen from anyone who had the right shape & color in the house. My daughter's minifig makes a run for it... and I don't blame her. That thing is big. Pokeball in hand, he's not sure this was the best idea... Either that or he's going to need a bigger Mantine.

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