Introduction: New Lego Devastator

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Step 1: Parts List

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Step 2: Assembly

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Step 3: Transform

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Transforminglegodude (author)2014-02-15

My current profile pic is a bohrok combiner designed by a MOC maker named Fenrek. It's awesome!!!

Transforminglegodude (author)2014-02-15

BTW this is a smaller remake of my first instructable. The first one is moar like G1

Transforminglegodude (author)2014-02-15

First of all, longest comment EVER!
Second, I'm glad you like it. I was hoping I could make a movie style transformer.
Thirdly, I have been collecting Legos since I was five. I have well over ten thousand.
Fourthly, I'm sorry I can't directly respond. I am doing this from my iPod 4.

Sorry, I was in a bit of a rush so I was trying to squeeze all I wanted to say in as few words as possible. So it may have sounded like a junky crappy comment. So, my bad! Anyway, I love making transformer combiners! And that is why I love your creation, because, even though it is just a simple creation, it shows that you put thought into it.
Your creation looks similar to the movie style of transformer, to me at least, well it sure doesn't look like G1!
My first or second try of making a transformer combiner may have not looked very good. But my third try was, well, okay. It looked similar to G1 Devastator except the individual robots looked nothing like the Constructacons, they looked more like the Combatacons, so that means that it is the Devastator and Bruticus crossover! BRUTICASTATOR! But the problem was that they didn't stay together in the "Bruticastator" mode and it fell over very easily. So I will try to do my best to make the perfect simple, but perfect, G1 style Combiner. "Victory music"

-J.R.

Nice work! I was wondering how many pieces you have. I have about 550 or less because most of my pieces are from a third party company so my ball joint pieces keep breaking, and those are the pieces I need most! Trying not to separate the ball and socket joint pieces because they break mostly when being taken apart or put back together. Oh, and if you have not already guessed, I make mostly big figures, so those ball joints are very important to me. I have just enough joint pieces to make a single large figure so I still have hope.
But I still love small creations!

-J.R.

Transforminglegodude (author)2013-12-21

I don't know possibly

c j r p (author)2013-12-17

do you think u could make another one

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