stubby wrote: my floppy penis gets first dibs on it for tradition's sake, but it doesn't seem likely that he'll want to stick around long enough to play.
Natalya wrote:Fredde, you don't win the internet with this.
You ARE the Internet.
fredde wrote:Thanks for featuring this natalya I've been busy in college And then I come home and see this on the frontpage (along with the amazing compound bowmen and heavy troopers) and it definatly cheered me up!
stubby wrote:omg noob, balrogs are maiars too, don't you know anything
Natalya wrote:Colette wrote:The tank is lovely, functional, and hardy/sturdy. For a start, those are three things I am far from mastering, but you, sir, have just accomplished them all.
The Shadowscythe wrote:This is clearly filled with win - but I have one thing?
Front mounted chainsaws? I believe I had put that concept out first for the Orpheus SHDT - but was unable to forfill the idea.
So I have this to say - BIGGER CHAINSAWS!
Theblackdog wrote:Looking at this a second time, what strikes me most is the sheer size of the interior. I mean, three mechs, a whole squad of troops, and a bridge that would impress most starship captains? That's INSANE.
Tzan wrote:Vami_IV wrote:Rules:
You must use only medieval pieces.
The Lego briks must have been manufactured between the 5th to the 15th century.
Semaj Nagirrac wrote:Long range missiles and drone strikes? Son, I'm Semaj Nagirrac. 'Nuff said.
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