Instructions for Schrado Industries' Signature Armored Pilot Block.
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Armored Pilot Block Instructions.
Welcome to the Instructions for Schrado Industries Signature Armored Pilot Block. Above is a picture of the parts you’ll need.
First you take the two studded blocks and the joint and put them on the long plate.
Then you put the pilot in, his hands need to be in this position, or it is difficult to put the side armor on.
Next, you put the small wing pieces on.
Then you put the triangular bricks and a two-stud plate on top.
Next, take the slope and two little cheese slopes and two headlight bricks, putting the cheese slopes on the headlight bricks.
The result should look like this.
Then, put the whole thing on top of the first piece.
Take your other slope and put it on top of this other slope piece.
Then, put it on the hinge.
Next, put a two-stud plate next to the hinge, and put the two teeth pieces on the slope, like so.
Now for the side armor. Take the two long slope pieces and the other slopes and put them together with a 2x4 flat plate. Then put them on the sides. If the pilot's hands are positioned correctly, they should just fit.
(confession time, I forgot about this thing when I took the pictures of the parts you need.) Just take a block that has studs on both sides and put a round or square stud on either side.
Then you put it back here.
Voila! You have the Armored Pilot Block. Please note that this is the base form of the APB, and it is extremely modular in design. Basically you can do almost exactly what you can do with Jason Dominguez’s pilot block.
Credit goes to Jason Dominquez for the inspiration behind this thing. The armored pilot block was originally made when I ran out of canopy pieces for AEGAKS cockpits. When I couldn’t find any more, I got creative, and this was the result.
If you use this, please give credit to Rai Schrado and Jason Dominguez.