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Mass Extinction (MOC # 96)
this is my first true diorama so go easy on me! This is a deserted (hopefully i spelt that right)street of a large city. i have finally come up with a story to go with Archie and Phil and the inspection bots. if you are like me and hate reading, you can skip ahead to the pictures and miss the point of all of these MOCs or you can read all this and know what i'm working towards. Completely your choice! Anyway, for the people that are still with me,here we go! By the year 2080, robots are a common site in our day to day lives. They do most of the jobs that humans once had to do. But in the year 2094 a super-disease swept across the planet killing both humans and animals alike. This disease started off life as the common flu, but after years of medicinal cures the flu bug evolved into a super-disease that is immune to every known cure. eventually, without a cure, mankind and the animal kingdom began going extinct. Before he died, the greatest computer hacker on the planet (no i don't have a name for him yet)created a virus that would unleash on every robot on earth, the second he dies. But in his weak mental state, the virus only targeted specific models of robot instead of all type as he planned. On march 23 2095, the Terrorbyte virus was sent out globally. it infected certain types of robot and turned them into mindless killing machines. And on january 1st 2096, the last human on earth died. With the humans gone the uninfected robots continued to do the work they were built to do and over time they eventually began falling apart and dyeing. AND I'M GOING TO LEAVE YOU HANGING RIGHT THERE UNTIL MY NEXT MOC! Well, i hope you like what i have so far and as usual comments and ratings are always welcome!
About this creation

here is a bent street light and a broken store sign.


here is an unfortunate human that was killed by the super-disease.


here is a robot that at one time was a window washer but was infected by the terrorbyte virus.


here is a light bulb changing robot that died. it was changing the bulbs on this building when it's battery ran out. an absolutely pathetic way to die!


here is a motorcycle that has crashed. i found this motorcycle along with another one in a bin of lego i bought at a garage sale. one was broken so i use it for stuff like this.


here is a bent and twisted traffic light.


and here is a bird's eye view of the diorama.


and here is a shot of the back of the diorama for no apparent reason at all!



Comments

 I like it 
  January 8, 2010
very apocalyptic, the bent street light is a nice touch!
 I like it 
  October 11, 2009
Cool. I can't wait.
 I made it 
  October 5, 2009
Quoting Iadsgb . The Creation is good but what really takes the cake is the story.Bty the way, you have not given us a reason why the hacker gave the virus to the robots.Did they start the flu?
I'm actually working on part 2 of the story right now. I'm also building another moc for this theme so I'll post the story when I finish the new moc.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2009
The Creation is good but what really takes the cake is the story.Bty the way, you have not given us a reason why the hacker gave the virus to the robots.Did they start the flu?
 I like it 
  August 1, 2009
This is a really cool theme you got goin on! Any DA mocs in the near future?
 
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