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This Reaper Is The Vanguard Of Lego Destruction

Posted on Wednesday, April 3 @ 13:31:11 Eastern by

MOCpages user Imagine Rigney turns yet again to video games for the inspiration in his latest build: a towering, posable Reaper from the Mass Effect series. The mostly blue and black build fits the form of a Reaper, but the proof is in the details.

The legs themselves and be bent and twisted for stable footing, and the face plate can be pushed back to reveal a big honking lazer. Imagine explains in his post that "the face plate can be moved up and down to trigger the LEGO brick light simulating the lazer." Here's a picture of the reaper chargin' his lazer at Imagine Rigney's cat.


I would drop the cash on this in an insant, but I don't think Bioware is looking to take the series into Danish building-blocks territory following their epic finale. For more shots of the build and general Lego nerdiness, check out the submission page and then realize how futile your attempts to build one yourself might be.

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Related Games:   Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect 3
Tags:   Mass Effect, lego
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