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The Big Bad Wolf . Impersonating grannys since 2012! . Toa Likus here bringing you another totally rad MOC. After looking at some of Mike Nieves' (Retinence's) fusion MOCs I was inspired to come up with something just as creative and complex. About a month later this is the end result. Ah what sharp gray teeth you have! Actually, the "teeth" (ice picks) are firmly attached to the flying goggles and do not come out easily. To those of you wondering, the Bohrok eyes are connected to the megaphones by minifig anvils. Also notice the crash helmet nose and minifig leg cheeks. Front foot. Yes, the ankles are Dragon Masters helmets with tap elements on the inside. The front legs are pretty straightforward. The Technic piece above the hip joint is actually attached by a peg on the brick above it. You can also see some of the wolf's rib cage comprised of robot arms. A different view. These are the hind legs. Sort of interesting. The tail. Well, technically three tails. Everything in the middle is held together by handlebars. If you look closely, there is a knight's helmet on the end. A nice pic from the rear so you can see the back of everything. The torso in all it's greebled glory. Fifteen minifig hands here not counting the ones on the tail and side of the torso. Extreme closeup of the torso's side... Everything all together from the side. Top view. And that's all folks! Overall, this MOC was really a test to see how many greebles and NPUs I could stuff into a single MOC and I think it turned out great. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I had fun making it!

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