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Rokar, Young Colossus 2.0 . I re-uploaded this MOC with larger photos. . The Crimson Army of the Stone Kingdom makes its way through the burned forest, felling the undead swarm. Gendun, the Dwarf King atop Rokar. After the Dragonwar, one egg was found intact and the hatchling was raised by King Gendun himself. Though only one hundred years old, Rokar has grown quickly and is now the size of Dragons one and a half times his age. I started with the body of the Spinosaurus from the JP3 set. Rokar's tail is ridged with razor sharp spikes and the broad tip has a large scythe on either side. When he whips his tail left and right, he topples trees and shears boulders in two. I don't like using glue but I had to glue on his front claws and the spikes on his tail. The vig without Rokar. Who says zombies don't feel pain? Dragonfire burns at 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit; that's hot enough to melt stone or steel. There's nowhere to run. Face your fears?

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