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This is my entry for Deviss's 2010 Star Wars Tournament AND my moc-off with Nate 000! Wish me luck with both! :D
About this creation
This takes place in the old Clone Wars cartoons, during the Battle of Coruscant. Jedi Shaak Ti, Foul Moudama, and Roron Corobb are protecting the Chancellor from General Grievous and his magnaguards. Roron Corobb is an Ithorian which naturally have loud roars, but he uses a force power called Force Bellow, hence the name of my vig, where Roron Corobb is using Force Bellow to rip up the floor and hopefully destroy Grievous... the magnaguards are destroyed but Grievous manages to walk towards the Jedi and the Chancellor.




As you see the floor is being ripped up.


Palpatine is so innocent looking, apparently unaware of the great danger he is in... so innocent... mwahaha...


Sorry about the weird looking Shaak Ti, the best I could do. :




Thanks, and wish me luck!


Please RATE AND COMMENT!


P.S. Sorry for the poor pictures I was in a rush
P.P.S. Oh yeah I almost forgot! The size of this is 16x18.
P.P.P.S. Don't forget that this is SNOT!




Comments

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  May 14, 2011
Nice, I like your Jedi, this is a great scene
Flare .
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Captain Connor Patterson
  September 12, 2010
This was an interesting scene. Good job!
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  September 12, 2010
Great scene! I love the minifigs, especially Shaak Ti!
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  February 8, 2010
check out my coruscant!
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  February 8, 2010
check out my coruscant!
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  February 5, 2010
very detailed!
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  February 4, 2010
Very cool! I like the use of the fire bender's helmet!
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  January 15, 2010
Quoting Tomash Viontsek Hi Flare! Nice vig, figures and idea of it. No, I'm not going to say "check out". I'm only going to ask you how do you do this? When I am on Moc pages and look at my homepage I see : "commander flare commented on..." x 100! You are most active person who I know at Moc pages!
XD I'm active but I'm not on always! :P. Just when I go on, I try to do a lot of stuff in my period of time! :D
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  January 15, 2010
Hi Flare! Nice vig, figures and idea of it. No, I'm not going to say "check out". I'm only going to ask you how do you do this? When I am on Moc pages and look at my homepage I see : "commander flare commented on..." x 100! You are most active person who I know at Moc pages!
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  January 13, 2010
Wow this is cool... I remember that part of the show, very cool!!!
Flare .
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billy bob
  January 12, 2010
Nice. I like the jedis and the snot technique you used.
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  January 12, 2010
Very nicely done. Good job.
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  January 12, 2010
Quoting Ryan Tennant =O! how did i miss this awesome snot work!!! very VERY good greebles! 5/5!
Thanks buddy!
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  January 12, 2010
=O! how did i miss this awesome snot work!!! very VERY good greebles! 5/5!
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  January 12, 2010
Quoting Ben The Lego Builder This is really good Flare, Well done! I think the minifigures could use a little more work though. Palpatine needs a proper face, Grievous is too small and I think that Roron Corobb's head is too big. Other than that I really like this, especially the SNOT work and the effect.
Thanks dude!
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  January 10, 2010
Quoting Arc commander blade @ Commander flare, phillip morgan has commented on 3 of my mocs!
Wow, congrats! :D
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  January 10, 2010
@ Commander flare, phillip morgan has commented on 3 of my mocs!
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  January 10, 2010
Quoting Michael Qoyawayma It is a good moc overall, some of the characters just look a little funny. Shaak Ti looks a bit funny and the other jedi is supposed to be that big furry guy. The clone is an episode 3 clone when it is supposed to be an episode 2. But again, the moc as a whole is pretty good, I instantly knew what scene you were doing.
Thanks! But how many of your mocs have been commented on by Philip Morgan? Huh?
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  January 10, 2010
It is a good moc overall, some of the characters just look a little funny. Shaak Ti looks a bit funny and the other jedi is supposed to be that big furry guy. The clone is an episode 3 clone when it is supposed to be an episode 2. But again, the moc as a whole is pretty good, I instantly knew what scene you were doing.
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  January 10, 2010
Quoting Seph . I'm impressed,your style of SNOT is much better than anyother.Good job.~Seph
Thanks Seph!
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  January 10, 2010
Quoting Philip Morgan This is a great scene in the cartoon and you have done it justice in Lego. Your Jedi look good.
Wow, thanks for the comment Philip! I didn't know you were still doing things on mocpages!
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  January 10, 2010
awesome work man. really good and i wish you good luck. oh yeah nothings wrong with the shaak-ti.
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  January 10, 2010
I'm impressed,your style of SNOT is much better than anyother.Good job.~Seph
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  January 10, 2010
This is a great scene in the cartoon and you have done it justice in Lego. Your Jedi look good.
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  January 9, 2010
wow! his is great! awesome details and the ripped floor was nice
  January 9, 2010
I think I might have this one! Good luck. =]
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  January 9, 2010
This is really good Flare, Well done! I think the minifigures could use a little more work though. Palpatine needs a proper face, Grievous is too small and I think that Roron Corobb's head is too big. Other than that I really like this, especially the SNOT work and the effect.
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  January 8, 2010
Excellent, Flare! I love your custom Jedi, especially Shaak Ti. Is the Jedi in the middle Plo Koon's apprentice? Great work on the SNOT. 5/5
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  January 8, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio Nicely done (although you seem to think SNOT is some kind of added bonus, it's just a technique. It can be useful sometimes, and useless onthers. Here it looks very cool, allowing you to represent the shockwave).
I don't think that it is a bonus, but I do believe that SNOT is harder to do than normal! :D Thanks for the comment!
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  January 8, 2010
Nicely done (although you seem to think SNOT is some kind of added bonus, it's just a technique. It can be useful sometimes, and useless onthers. Here it looks very cool, allowing you to represent the shockwave).
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  January 8, 2010
Quoting MOODSWIM :) I remember this scene! Very nicely done. I love how you did the broken ground. Good luck, my friend!
Thank you bunches Mood!
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  January 8, 2010
I remember this scene! Very nicely done. I love how you did the broken ground. Good luck, my friend!
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  January 8, 2010
Nice recreation of that scene! I LOLed when I saw Shaak Ti's face!
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  January 8, 2010
I remember this one. It was pretty good. The snot effect is really good! Although Shakk Ti is kinda weird. :/ 4/5 Masked
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  January 8, 2010
Wow, nice work, I recognized it at once. This was always my favorite part. My only complaint is the Chancellor looks to happy when he's about to be kidnapped! Anyway, nice work 5/5
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  January 8, 2010
Quoting Juan C. Very nice, and creative idea, but maybe you could have made a custom Grievous, and Shaak-Ti looks kind of weird, and smiley Palpy XD The figs are the only issue I have with this, the rest is pretty cool=P
Thnxx!
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  January 8, 2010
Very nice, and creative idea, but maybe you could have made a custom Grievous, and Shaak-Ti looks kind of weird, and smiley Palpy XD The figs are the only issue I have with this, the rest is pretty cool=P
 
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