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:head_back: those keychains came in useful?

Some pieces are more versatile than they first seem!

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Growing Aqualans and Kel-Dors are we? Can't wait to see the finished product.

~Bayonet

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Ha! Nice one AC. :laugh: Nice build too. So we do get to see that keychain use....

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Another 'ACPin' AWESOME creation......but it's not all shown yet I think ? :wink:

May the Eurobrick be with you 'ACPin' ! :grin:

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:laugh: So that's what you wanted those Fistos for. The Nautolan heads make great crops. Not too sure about the Kel Dors, but they're still interesting parts usage. This is part of your Red Castle MOC, right?

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The Nautolan heads make great crops. Not too sure about the Kel Dors,

Those look like SW squashes to me right from the get-go. :grin: And indeed those inverted Nautolan tentacles make for effective grass-like vegetation. So this build justifies the Plo and Fisto keychain hoarding, now you only have to find use for the other keychains AC (Hint hint!: Battle of Mon Calamari in the upcoming CW Season 4 :wink:). Great work as always! :thumbup:

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Ok, that's an expensive garden. Even on sale, I think I counted 36 Fisto parts.

Really good looking garden though.

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:head_back: those keychains came in useful?

Some pieces are more versatile than they first seem!

Ha! Nice one AC. :laugh: Nice build too. So we do get to see that keychain use....

:laugh: I get it!

Nice use of those keychain heads!

Of course they look great! :grin:

Growing Aqualans and Kel-Dors are we? Can't wait to see the finished product.

~Bayonet

Another 'ACPin' AWESOME creation......but it's not all shown yet I think ? :wink:

May the Eurobrick be with you 'ACPin' ! :grin:

You'll both have to jump to the other theme to find out more.

I always wondered where Fisto and Koon came from....

Now you know. :laugh:

:laugh: So that's what you wanted those Fistos for. The Nautolan heads make great crops. Not too sure about the Kel Dors, but they're still interesting parts usage. This is part of your Red Castle MOC, right?

Not my first choice to use them but they fit the purpose. Yes, it's just a piece of the bigger MOC.

Those look like SW squashes to me right from the get-go. :grin: And indeed those inverted Nautolan tentacles make for effective grass-like vegetation. So this build justifies the Plo and Fisto keychain hoarding, now you only have to find use for the other keychains AC (Hint hint!: Battle of Mon Calamari in the upcoming CW Season 4 :wink:). Great work as always! :thumbup:

If you look back at the keychain pic, I've already dropped the hint you mentioned about.

Ok, that's an expensive garden. Even on sale, I think I counted 36 Fisto parts.

Really good looking garden though.

Cleaned out the Lego store when they had them for 98c each and buy two get one free.

AC

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Growing Aqualans and Kel-Dors are we?

My first thought as well :thumbup: to ACPin.

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:laugh: That's a great use there! Another great MOC, while not to Star Wars, it's still cool! :thumbup:

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Awesome idea, I didn't even notice the Plo Koon's at first. I think Kit Fisto works better. But hey, what else can you do with a whole bunch of Plo Koon heads :laugh:

Great job :thumbup:

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Incredibly large as always. Well done.

Thanks, though kinda surprising that the WIPs have gotten more attention than the finished MOC.

AC

PS. Me thinks should go back to the SW MOC that I've been working on.

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