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Star Wars The Clone Wars: Lair of Grievous
A custom vignette of one of my favorite Star Wars The Clone Wars, Lair Of Grievous. It took me a while to make, because I was looking for my battle droids then I found out I didnt need them! Also I had to make a head decal for Nahdar Vebb because I have no head that looks anything close to his, and I would never in my life use sculpting clay. But in this episode Kit Fisto and his former apprentice Nahdar Vebb and clone troopers wander into some place that they dont know what it is, but later figure out that this is the lair of the deadly jedi killer General Grievous. Read on to see what happens...
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As the Jedi and clones have just destroyed some battle droids and found a Nute Gunray Hologram, they travel further into the unknown building...



Suddenly, a robotic figure appears before them, who is it? General Grievous, and he states he will crush the jedi and their Clone Troopers!



Kit Fisto and Nahdar Vebb ignite their sabers and lunge at Grievous, while the clones open fire on their long hated droid enemy, hoping to destroy him.



Then, Grievous and Nahdar get seperated from the others. Grievous splits his arms in two and ignites his other two lightsabers, easily killing the young jedi...




The Clones and Fisto catch up with Grievous, and with the use of the Clone's tow cables and the power of the force, detatch Grievous from his legs.



With his legs gone, grievous escapes on the ceiling to a secret part in his base, while Fisto and the Clones escape the dreaded lair of Grievous. (THE END)



The part of Grievous's base I made is a SNOT MOC, which I'm pretty sure means, no studs showning, but I think it looks really cool. Also, I foolishly forgot that the clones died so i'm sorry about that, please dont criticize me for that...



A close up view of the custom minifig of Nahdar Vebb I made. Note I painted the head and made a decal for him.

PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!




Comments

  March 6, 2012
Cool! Vebb's head should be updated though
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  March 31, 2010
Really cool moc!...But how come you don't want to use clay on nahdar vebb
Commander Rog
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Jason Kim
  February 17, 2010
AWESOME!!!!
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  January 25, 2010
It's not the best,perfect Nadar Vebb but it is really good and awesome!and it's really awesomly cute :D
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  July 24, 2009
Nice! One continuity error, Grevious' cape randomly disappeared! Good tho.
Commander Rog
Thomas Bryan
  July 21, 2009
cool
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  July 18, 2009
nice. very impressive. oh, and only Kit Fisto escaped the lair, all the clones, and Nadaar die. i kinda saw that coming when i saw the episode. when the droids destroyed the shuttle. oh well. i digress. I'm making some clone wars stuff, too. it'll be on soon. great job btw 4-5!
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  May 30, 2009
Question there is this group that is called pure lego (dunno why it is called that) and I was wonder if u would like to join the only thing is that it can be any lego creation type.
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  May 21, 2009
Awsome!! The custom jedi you made is great!
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  May 19, 2009
Very awesome, I always liked Kit Fisto and his beady eyes!
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  May 19, 2009
awesome!
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  May 19, 2009
Cool. I see you don't like clones getting murdered either.
 
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