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101st MOCversary: EXTERMINATE!!!!! (Custom Dalek) . I finally did it! I've reached 101 MOCS! Now, you may not know this, but in the last five creations I've actually been counting down by placing a line of that number repeated for a whole line across the top. Anyway, enough of this introduction, here's the main event. . Before I begin, I'd like to thanks Chris Roach, Yap Alan and the missing Orion Pax for inspiring me to do these creations. I'd also like to thanks TheSpedgeHammer for joining in with the fun of LTC. You are really good at it. Also, for everyone who liked, commented and added me as a favourite builder, thanks you as well. Anyway, it's been a long run (almost 1 & 1/2 years), and I finally made it to the big 1-0-1. I started out with the original G1 transformers. Looking back, I realized one thing: THEY SUCKED. Well, maybe shockwave was okay, but the rest were rubbish. the Ultimate Battle figures were okay, I guess. But I don't think I like UB Shockwave that much. The Crossovers were nice, but the Stealth Force was a bad idea. i do like the Unicron I made, however. But looking back, my greatest achievement would Lego Transformers Conquest. I put a lot of effort into it, and it turned out really well. Also, my Minecraft creations are pretty cool as well. I will also make more Hero Factory Timescape figures in the future. As of the time of writing it, MOCpages says that my top twenty creations were: 1: UB Optimus Prime 2: UB Shockwave 3: Minecraft Creeper (Red) 4: G1 Optimus Prime With Trailer 5: UB Trailer For Optimus Prime 6: LTC Deluxe Edition Roller 7: LTC Minercon Crusher 8: LTC Playset: Energon Mines 9: G1 Minicon Tape Collection 10: Minecraft Tool Collection #1 11: LTC Playset: The Scythe Of Perfection 12: G1 Grapple & Inferno 13: Minecraft I'mThatGuyYouSaw (Christmas Version) 14: G1 Blaster 15: LTC Spectre 16: G1 Shockwave (DOTM Colour Scheme) 17: G1 Straxus 18: LTC Brawn 19: LTC Optimus Prime V1 20: G1 Trypticon Well, if it were up to me, I'd place one of my LTC MOCs up at the top, but the MOCpages 'most popular' guide kinda stuffs up. Anyway, this is my 102nd MOC (celebrating 101 MOCs) and it's a dalek. I didn't base it off any TV series of Doctor Who, I simply made it a custom dalek. It has some pretty good points of articulation, including: 360 of rotation for the head Eye stalk moves up and down. 360 of rotation of the weapons area, without affecting either the upper or lower body Weapons move in and out, as well as up and down (seperate articulation for up/down and in/out) So, I believe it worked out pretty well. Anyway, I leave full LDD instructions for you... ... ... ... ...JUST KIDDING This is kinda a special thing, so I'd like to keep it secret. Sorry. Anyway, to help me out with my next 100 creations (this is already 102) you should like, comment and add me as a favourite builder. Thanks you so much everyone who has helped me so far, so please, KEEP BUILDING INTO THE FUTURE!

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