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Samurai Vader (Moodland Scale)

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This is inspired by several different images and ideas, so I'm sad to say I'm not the first to come up with this idea. I think I AM the first to present this in Lego and in Moodland (bigger-than-Miniland and more articulated) Scale.

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Vader's blade is stained with the blood of fallen foes!

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Great work, Mood. You've blended the modern Vader, concept Vader, and samurai well. Absolutely love the helmet.

Vader's blade is stained with the blood of fallen foes!

:laugh: Very creative.

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Great work, Mood. You've blended the modern Vader, concept Vader, and samurai well. Absolutely love the helmet.

:laugh: Very creative.

Thanks, Doc! :classic:

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Great MOC Moodswim! :thumbup: VEry creative and I must say I've never seen one of these guys before.

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Very very nice M<0><0<DSWIM. I love the articulation on that thing, and the samurai concept is great. The plank piece for the Lightsabre is a bit jarring as it looks OK from the side, but face on it looks like the wrong piece to use. I really like the cape and the baggy tunic above the legs.

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Another fantastic and entertaining MOC Mood, you've certainly made a convincing Samurai version of Vader thanks to his helmet that's the same shape that of a samurai. The flat samurai sword is very clever too, I like that detail very much. Excellent work once again! :thumbup:

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Another fantastic and entertaining MOC Mood, you've certainly made a convincing Samurai version of Vader thanks to his helmet that's the same shape that of a samurai. The flat samurai sword is very clever too, I like that detail very much. Excellent work once again! :thumbup:

Thanks for the kind words! :grin:

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