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03/04/2013

Awesome Mass Effect Reaper made from Lego bricks

lego reaper

(From Kotaku) This fantastic piece was created by Imagine Designs for the 2013 MOCathlon, a yearly online Lego tournament organized by MOCpages.

The Reaper statue is fully poseable, with movable faceplates that reveal its laser.

You know, for added realism. And terror.

There are four types of Reapers. This one is a Destroyer class Reaper:

“Destroyers are 160 meters long and, in astounding numbers, make up the bulk of the Reaper fleet. They engage cruisers and other, smaller ships, as well as communications posts and enemy command centers. Research suggests destroyers are created from those species that are not harvested to make capital ships.” – Mass Effect 3 Codex

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