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Nexutron Tower, 1st Floor . Welcome to (another) base of Nexutron operations! Now if you'll come closer for a second... . Ah! There you go. I'll show you around the area, but first I'll introduce you to some people. Meet Samurai Gold (new armor), a heavy trooper, and a Constrictai ninja.... ...and my latest robot, IGOR (Integrated Giant Operations Robot). He's the maintenance robot around the base. On with the tour! This is the new Hostage Building, slightly smaller than our last one, but with a few more extras. These trainees outside are awaiting the go-ahead for the exercise. Inside, a bunch of training bots guard the door while a Portal turret stands sentry over the vault door. Inside the vault are robots "interrogating" the hostage dummy. Little do they realize that you can blast a hole clean out to the front of the building. But that's not the only path of egress from the vault... Welcome to the roof! It has the circuit breakers for the downstairs (for dousing the lights), an air compressor (for explosions), and those flick-fire missiles attach the the downstairs lightbulbs ('nuff said). Plus, there's a panel there. This debris stack can be used for sneak attacks. Don't ask about the monkey. This screen is used to monitor the trainees' progress. Over here's the mess hall! "Service with a smile" has always been the cook's motto, and we've been doing all we can to discourage that. It just creeps us out. Can you tell me what Lego set this was from? The wall has a dinosaur fossil and a painting of Nexutron Tower at night. This is a VERY NICE plotting table. And over here's the table. Here's the lounge... One thing I appreciate about the Highland Warrior minifig is that his shield makes a neat endtable. That lamp is my design as well. The stairs to the command center. This part of the command center has an old radio, a TV, and a hovering globe... ...while this side has a newsstand, a telephone, and a crystal ball. This mystic device powers our reactor. Just twist and press... ...and the, lights up. Blasted camera. The Command Center's platform is made up of the terrariums with various plants... ...and the central hollow makes a convenient prison. Current occupants: Rattla, Krazi, Fang-Suei and Darth Stromulus. Library, part 1; the weapons. Note that I have all four of the Golden Weapons. Hands off. Library, part 2; the books! If you pull out this piece... ...and slide the shelves to the side... enter the treasure room! This gun, mounted to the lab, oversees the base. I'm rather pleased with the outside... ...but I REALLY like the inside! A nice-looking computer terminal. The bulletin board has blueprints, a diploma, a map, and a (don't ask) license plate. Our experiment table. I am very happy with these pieces of machinery. A crucible device and a half-full chemical tank (or is it half empty?). Thank you for touring the base! And finally, a Where's-Waldo-ish puzzle. From up here, see if you can find; #1) Me! #2) IGOR #3) Samurai Gold #4) Test Subject Blue #5) Jordan #6) The monkey #7) The Space Frog Please rate and comment!

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