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Ripjaw and Greebo - 3 to 2 Contest . The loveable good-cop-bad-cop duo! . Here's my entry to Yuri Fassio's 3 to 2 Contest. I went for just using Hero Factory, since they're the only sets I have readily available. Enjoy! First off, as per the rules, the 3 together: Furno, Jawblade and Toxic Reapa. Spare parts from the sets are in front. (You may be wondering why I used Toxic Reapa with Jawblade and Furno. Fear not, all will be revealed in time ;)) Here's Greebo, the loveable hob-goblin! *whistling* Back, with the tank fitted in to fill up that bit of space. Now, Ripjaw, Greebo's not-so loveable goon! His magna-rifle, with sight flipped up. Legs. Plasma Shield. Rear. Torso and head. Rawr! So, you want to know why Greebo and Ripjaw are so different? Weeell... Mecha powa! Yep, Ripjaw can transform into a mech for Greebo - with 3 transformations! Aside from the standard transformation, Ripjaw can also go into "Crab" mode: Piloted. And also a multi-terrain speeder: Piloted. Byeee! Off the Wall: Well, this was great fun. After resigning myself to the fact I wouldn't have time to finish my entry for the Piece Out contest and a hockey match (where we were rained, sleeted and snowed upon), this was the perfect thing to unwind with. I made Greebo from Toxic Reapa to create some contrast between the vehicle and pilot - I hate it when the pilot looks so like the vehicle, you can't tell them apart. Just to explain the two pegs on the back of Ripjaw's legs - these aren't included with the sets, but then aren't necessary for the 2 finish products. They're used to help keep his feet together in speeder mod, but they can go together fine without. I just wanted a clean look to them, and left them on the legs because I was too lazy to go upstairs and put them away. =P

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