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The Gronckle . Here is the Gronckle and Fishlegs from the Dreamworks film "How to Train your Dragon" The film is also from the "loosely-based" book adaptation. . My 3rd dragon for my HTTYD is the "Grumpy" Gronckle. It's slow, lazy, and cranky. But it's one of the toughest of the dragon world. These dragons can hover around with their tiny wings similar to hummingbirds for their large rounded bodies. Here is Fishlegs hunting for the Gronckle, but it's no where in sight! Ambush! The Gronckle chews up rocks and spits them out in a devastating blast (similar to a cannon) I don't think Fishlegs will survive this. In the film Fishlegs was a bit more bulky like the other vikings, I've made a brick-built (hardsuit) version of him. Since he worked out well I'll do the same method when I will make Stoick and Gobber later on. Too bad Lego doesn't make "fleshy" plate mods for Fishleg's arms. A WIP shot of him around the time when I was making the Nadder. - Flickr ________________ UPDATED: 2014 Instructions posted listed here. Please note that the instructions were originally intended for me to follow. - Brickshelf P.S. This is a really old build and the model itself has long been taken apart, so don't ask if I am willing to sell it, because it's history. Anyway a re-model is in the works (if not already done), I just need to find the time in my busy meaningless life to make instructions for my newer dragons.

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