We unfortunately had to build for the COP, but it was still pretty fun. Good luck to my opponent lego trooper 001!
About this creation
The whole reason for this small battle are these two ambassadors, at the small base to negotiate the distribution of important resources, such as food and weapons for soldiers. When a UNE spy discovered the time and location of the negotiation, he contacted the army. The UNE knew that if they could capture the ambassadors, they would be able to hold them for ransom. But the UNE had know idea how well trained and large the squad protecting the ambassadors would be.
Another random angle…
A cop soldier admiring the carnage he has just caused.
UNE soldier getting pwned. (Please excuse the n00b talk.)
A dead COP soldier. Moment of silence please……
Cool shot of a COP soldier about to shoot a UNE kiddie.
A cool shot of one of the snipers.
Another shot of the sniper.
And once again, a shot of the COPcakes protecting the ambassadors.
Just to annoy you, another shot of the COP soldier going to shoot the brains outa’ that UNE soldier.
Another overall pic.
Some sort of flag…..
The other sniper snipin’ the guy being sniped. Wait, wha?
No minifigs! Yayz!
The other tree.
Shot of the outside of the base.
And now, all of the minifigs!
The COP soldiers.
The UNE soldiers.
The ambassadors. Why does the tall one kneel down, you ask? Well, the shorter guy is very embarrassed to be so short compared to all of his allies, so he makes anyone taller than him in a close up picture kneel down, making him seem taller.
Quoting danny morgan
@ awe's comments: I think he used blue tack to hold the arm in place after pulling the arm out of it's socket. I do that sometimes to put my minifigs into cool poses.
Actually, we used a white rubber band to keep the arms in place. We 're not really sure who we stole this idea from, but it is real helpful for cool poses. But, it is a VERY tricky prosess, taking 5 minutes to pull it through one arm and sometimes taking 20 minutes to slip it through both arms. Hope that was the response you wanted awe. Oh yeah, we'll try to fibdout who gave us the idea to do this, it shows you how to slip and pull the rubber band in place.