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GN-0000 + GNR-010 00 Raiser and Variants
The 00 Raiser from the Gundam 00 Anime and all its variants. Thanks to everyone who offered advice and feedback on this difficult project.
About this creation
Features:

-0 Raiser transforms without removing parts to form 00 Raiser
-Cockpit opens on 0 Raiser with room for minifig
-Opening panels and fins on 0 Raiser add to effects
-XN Raiser transforms without removing parts to form 00 XN Raiser
-Cockpit opens on XN Raiser with room for minifig
-Opening panels and fins on XN Raiser add to effects
-GN Buster Sword IIIs can attach and detach from XN Raiser
-Servo arms can hold and wield GN Sword IIs
-Comes with parts for Raiser sword for GN Sword II and III
-Comes with parts for 00 Raiser Condenser Type
-GN Sword can convert to Rifle or Sword Modes and stores on bottom of 0 Raiser


GNR-010 0 Raiser


Front View



Rear View



Top View



Bottom View



Cockpit Open




GN-0000 + GNR-010 00 Raiser


Front View



Front View



Rear View



Side View



Rear View



Wing binders in forward position



Wing binders in sideways position



Wing Binders in Rear Position



Wing binders in Rear Position



Equipped with GN Sword II



Hovering with GN Sword II (Sword Mode)



The GN Sword IIs can be stuck together at the hilt to form a saber staff



The blades on the GN Sword II when used on the 00 Raiser can emit a large beam blade



Wielding large beam blades



Raiser Sword (GN Sword II)



Trans-AM Raiser (GN Sword II)



Front View: One of the auxiliary weapons for the 00 Raiser is the GN Sword III, which is a highly advanced version of the GN-001 Exia Gundam's GN Sword I.



The GN Sword III has two modes. In rifle mode, the sword blade is folded up.



In sword mode, the GN Sword III's blade flips to the front.



Flying and Firing with GN Sword III (Rifle Mode)



Flying and Firing with GN Sword III (Rifle Mode)



Hovering with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Flying and Slashing with GN Sword III (Sword Mode)



Raiser Sword (GN Sword III)



Trans-AM Raiser (GN Sword III)



Flying and using Raiser Sword




GN-0000 + GNR-010RE 00 Raiser Condenser Type


This variant on the 00 Raiser is seen in the first half of "00 Gundam Awakening of the Trailblazer". It has two GN Condenser Units in place of the GN Drives that were destroyed at the conclusion of the 00 Gundam Anime. Its successor is the powerful 00 Qan[T]. The only other difference between this and the regular 00 Raiser is the lack of a pilot in the 0 Raiser.




GNR-010/XN XN Raiser


Front View



Cockpit open



Front View



Front View



Top View



Side View



Rear View




GN-0000 + GNR-010/XN 00 XN Raiser


This variant of the 00 Raiser only appears in the 00 Gundam manga and is not very well known, though there is a model kit made of it. It is an alternate design for the 00 Raiser that features much different weaponry.

Front View



Rear View



A unique feature of the 00 XN Raiser is the pair of servo arms that are part of the backpack. The arms hold the GN Sword IIs and can extend to conveniently put them in the 00 XN Raiser's hands.



The servo arms also serve another function as well. They can also wield the GN Sword IIs themselves.



This feature essentially gives the 00 XN Raiser two sets of sword wielding arms in battle, making it a deadly opponent in melee combat, able to fight and defend on all sides.



The most conspicuous feature of the 00 XN Raiser are its pair of GN Buster Sword IIIs, a refinement of the GN Buster Sword II found on the 00 Gundam Seven Sword.



The GN Buster Sword IIIs are devastating melee weapons that can cleave any opponent.



Flying and Slashing with GN Buster Sword IIIs



Flying and Slashing with GN Buster Sword IIIs




Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

  October 24, 2013
Either upload them here using a scanner that way others could use them or email. How do I give you my email? Emails can send a max of 25MB
  October 23, 2013
Email sounds good. Worth a shot. Maybe you can divide the downloaded file in two with simple cut and paste.
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  October 23, 2013
Quoting John Roig Either upload them here using a scanner that way others could use them or email.
Dude--its 548 pages. I'm not printing and scanning that. I have a life, you know, and its a total waste of paper. If you want me to email it, I can try that (its 24.7MB though, so maybe not). You may just have to go without, man. Sorry. I tried.
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  October 21, 2013
Quoting John Roig Any chance you can use Lego Digital designer to print the instructions? I heard it can do that. Then maybe scan it and upload it as a PDF on a comp? I don't know if I have all the pieces and know I am missing a few. Just hoping to make the torso, shoulder, head, and that's it. I think I got the legs and arms already.
So, I managed to make the instructions--how would you like me to get them to you?
  October 20, 2013
Any chance you can use Lego Digital designer to print the instructions? I heard it can do that. Then maybe scan it and upload it as a PDF on a comp? I don't know if I have all the pieces and know I am missing a few. Just hoping to make the torso, shoulder, head, and that's it. I think I got the legs and arms already.
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  October 19, 2013
Quoting John Roig Could you upload the instructions on a different file like PDF or something? Lego digital designer doesn't work on my laptop. Or do you have a list of all the pieces needed?
Sorry--I'd love to help you with that, but this is all I've got. There is a little program called brickhelper I think that can extract a parts list (and give you the links to the parts on bricklink!), but that still won't tell you how the model is constructed. I'll give you a bit of advice though: the model can be built in real life, but is a bit structurally weak around the ankles. I know a guy who took the instructions and built the model, and this is what he told me. It really needs to be on an aerial pose base to be properly displayed.
  October 19, 2013
Could you upload the instructions on a different file like PDF or something? Lego digital designer doesn't work on my laptop. Or do you have a list of all the pieces needed?
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  December 31, 2012
Quoting Christian Bish Very Cool moc, When you have time can you try to make Exia and its variants.
I actually can't stand Exia, sorry. Others will probably have a go at it at some point.
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  December 31, 2012
Very Cool moc, When you have time can you try to make Exia and its variants.
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  October 21, 2012
This whole MOC is superb. Any time that I look at your MOCs for inspiration/how-did-they-do-it I am always amazed.
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Brandon Gratton This is amazing. Do you think the sword would work and be stable enough in real bricks as I would like to use the sword blade at least in my Exia project that I'm doing.
It should work--feel free to try it out.
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  October 19, 2012
This is amazing. Do you think the sword would work and be stable enough in real bricks as I would like to use the sword blade at least in my Exia project that I'm doing.
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  August 22, 2012
I'm so jelly right now. BTW I have some new creations I'd like to get some criticism for.
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  August 19, 2012
Quoting Brandon Gratton Hi I would like to know if it is alright if I use the Basic Frame of this to build my Exia, Dynames, Kyrios and Nadleeh/Virtue. I need to know because I'm building a CBS-70 Ptolemaios to fit them in and I'm going to need to know how big to build it so I can fit them in. Anyway this is a great model that you've made, just like all your others, keep it up!
Hi Brandon. Its been a busy last few days for me, so I haven't been replying to all your kind commments, but I fully intend to today. In response to your question, the frame that this is built off of, is this one http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/273999. As it stands, it will build a mech that is about 10-12" high, if not more. However, the legs, arms and torso can all be adjusted to different heights by substituting shorter or larger pieces. The model as it stands would require a Ptolemaios model that is probably close to 5-6 feet long, so if you are actually trying to design containers that these will fit in, then you might want to adjust the size downward by probably about half, so that you aren't dealing with such a giant ship. Microscale may be the way to go to, but you'll have to look elsewhere for that. There are a lot of great microscale Gundam 00 builders out there and I'm not sure who is currently the best one. Hope that helps!
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  August 18, 2012
Hi I would like to know if it is alright if I use the Basic Frame of this to build my Exia, Dynames, Kyrios and Nadleeh/Virtue. I need to know because I'm building a CBS-70 Ptolemaios to fit them in and I'm going to need to know how big to build it so I can fit them in. Anyway this is a great model that you've made, just like all your others, keep it up!
  June 24, 2012
Have you ever thought about making the GN-000 0 Gundam with it's veriants like GN-000F 0 Full Armored Gundam or any of Tiaria's Gundams or even Allelujah's gundams
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  June 24, 2012
The 00 Gundam was built off of this frame: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/273999, but it can be adapted for nearly anything. give it a try and see if it works out for you.
Quoting Christian Bish Hi I am new to this site, actualy I do know this site and I want to how to set up a proper frame so i coule make Cheridum with all of the bits and equipment, so can anyone help me. It would be nice for someone to give me some Insite on what I should do because I have LDD and only a very small amount of legos.
  June 23, 2012
Hi I am new to this site, actualy I do know this site and I want to how to set up a proper frame so i coule make Cheridum with all of the bits and equipment, so can anyone help me. It would be nice for someone to give me some Insite on what I should do because I have LDD and only a very small amount of legos.
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  November 22, 2011
Wow thats nice! Hello, no im not dead haha. What have I missed?
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  November 4, 2011
Quoting Josiah Tsang this thing is beast! have you built it in real life and can it actually stand on those skinny legs?
All my lego is in storage right now, so I haven't had a chance to build anything in about a year and a half. But, in real life, no, the legs probably would not be able to hold up the 0 raiser/ XN Raiser parts. Its just too heavy in lego. This model would work best on a display stand for aerial poses, which is where the 00 Raiser shines the most anyways.
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  November 4, 2011
this thing is beast! have you built it in real life and can it actually stand on those skinny legs?
  August 26, 2011
Thanks for the frame. I've been looking at it and changed it a bit to fit my unit. Not plugging, but since part of it was made thanks to you, here is the result so far: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/284591 It's nowhere near done yet though. I know the joints I use will probably not support it, but I'm still in doubt whether or not I'll truly build it anyway, so for now, this will do.
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  August 25, 2011
Quoting Chang Lam Thanks, I'll look at your model asap. I'm mostly interested in how you did the legs, but if I read correctly, (could be wrong) you use a frame for most of your gundams?My model doesn't have one and I'm mostly concerned about stability while still being able to pose, even if only a little. I'll try and post some pics asap.
I use a frame for 99% of my mecha. If you are looking for the frame that this one is based off of, then you probably want to look here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/273999
  August 24, 2011
Thanks, I'll look at your model asap. I'm mostly interested in how you did the legs, but if I read correctly, (could be wrong) you use a frame for most of your gundams?My model doesn't have one and I'm mostly concerned about stability while still being able to pose, even if only a little. I'll try and post some pics asap.
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  August 22, 2011
Quoting Chang Lam If I may ask a question, when fully equiped with raiser, is it stable when built in real bricks? I'm trying to build one myself but I'm always worried about balancing it to stand. Edit: crap. You already answered the question, sorry. Would you mind if I download the add instructions and analyse how you built it? I'm having trouble building limbs for my model.
The instructions are there for everyone to learn from and to benefit from. If I didn't want people to use them, I wouldn't post them. I hope it is of some use to you. I would be interested to learn how it works out.
  August 21, 2011
If I may ask a question, when fully equiped with raiser, is it stable when built in real bricks? I'm trying to build one myself but I'm always worried about balancing it to stand. Edit: crap. You already answered the question, sorry. Would you mind if I download the add instructions and analyse how you built it? I'm having trouble building limbs for my model.
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  August 1, 2011
I am simply blown away...
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  July 26, 2011
I own a Perfect Grade 00 Raiser and a PG Strike Freedom that I've recently picked up in Tokyo and have to say your Lego rendition is fabulous. Truly epic stuff!
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  July 8, 2011
Quoting evangelionfanx xd No more 00? What do you plan on doing next?? Also i just thought of this and i may not be the only one but LDD is really troublesome to use. The fact that you could create these Masterpieces makes me wonder what you could do with real legos. I myself find it easier with an actual model in my hands
You people are relentless! hahaha! As it happens, I am working on my final few projects for the immediate future. But after that I'm taking a break. I've already mentioned them below (you guys really don't read other people's comments, do you?) I do have a large number of builds in real lego, though I admit, they aren't as impressive as the ones in LDD, though most of them now have LDD instructions. My real lego is in storage at the moment and won't be available to me for quite some time, so I won't be building in real lego any time soon unfortunately.
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  July 8, 2011
No more 00? What do you plan on doing next?? Also i just thought of this and i may not be the only one but LDD is really troublesome to use. The fact that you could create these Masterpieces makes me wonder what you could do with real legos. I myself find it easier with an actual model in my hands
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  July 7, 2011
Thanks for your kindly reply for the LDD question. Hope my friend can solve his problem.
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  July 6, 2011
Epic build! Really is amazing.
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  July 6, 2011
Thanks for your comment. This Gundam looks so detailed, great variants.
  July 6, 2011
That is really surprising. I guess that means the only thing stopping someone from building it is the sheer number of pieces required.
  July 6, 2011
That is really surprising. I guess that means the only thing stopping someone from building it is the sheer number of pieces required.
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  July 6, 2011
Quoting Stephen . So awesome. I agree with Cody, this has to be your best yet. It's unfortunate that building it in real life isn't possible, because of the weight of so many pieces bearing down on the frame. But that doesn't take away from the fact that it's very very good. What gundam series are you planning to do next? Personally, I'd like to see more Gundam Wing builds, as you only have one at the moment, but that's just me.
Oh, this can indeed be built in real life, and I have every confidence that the 00 Just on its own would stand up nicely, but the 00 Raiser, even in plastic model form suffers badly from being back-heavy, and of course, this goes triple for lego models. However, as I said, this model would be well suited for a stand, where it could show off aerial poses (which it is better suited for anyways). I've only made a couple of mecha in LDD that are not possible to build in real life, and this isn't one of them.
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  July 6, 2011
This is kind of off-topic, but someone showed me this the other day. Not sure if you'd seen this, but watch the whole thing through. I though it was kind of cool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsNulglu2M4
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  July 6, 2011
So awesome. I agree with Cody, this has to be your best yet. It's unfortunate that building it in real life isn't possible, because of the weight of so many pieces bearing down on the frame. But that doesn't take away from the fact that it's very very good. What gundam series are you planning to do next? Personally, I'd like to see more Gundam Wing builds, as you only have one at the moment, but that's just me.
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  July 6, 2011
Whoa, so many variants! Even the color scheme has alternate options! Very well done, this is one of your best yet!
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  July 6, 2011
Quoting Marcus Jackson This is awesome, especially the trans AM version. How long did this take you to build? What are your future plans? I was thinking of building the aegis or justice in LDD, but at the moment I have The gundam Mark II from zeta build, ready and posed. All I need are the screen shots.
From 00 to 00 Raiser took between 2 and 2 1/2 weeks, I believe. It only took that long because my first build of 00 crashed and I had to rebuild it by looking at screenshots, then I had to rebuild nearly weapon, upgrade and accessory twice because I wasn't happy with the first version. So, this probably could have been built in a week or a week and a half if everything went smoothly. As to my future plans, see my reply to Thomas Z further down the page, as my future plans are not so spectacular that they bear repeating.
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  July 6, 2011
This is awesome, especially the trans AM version. How long did this take you to build? What are your future plans? I was thinking of building the aegis or justice in LDD, but at the moment I have The gundam Mark II from zeta build, ready and posed. All I need are the screen shots.
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  July 6, 2011
Quoting ccy 8086 Another question ask for my friend, do you know how to use LDD to generate a material list after finish a creation?
LDD can do that for you, but I think that there is an even better way to do that. If you use this program, it will give you a parts breakdown of what was used, as well as giving you links to the appropriate part on Bricklink. http://www.lugnet.com/jump.cgi?http://www.blarworld.net/software.html is the link for the program, I believe.
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  July 6, 2011
Quoting ccy 8086 Nice detail! I especially love the green part on your GN III. BTW, is there only one T-bar on driver arm which connect the GN-driver with the wing of Raiser?
There is, but the modified brick with the hole in it that attaches to the t-bar is extremely sturdy--I was experimenting with this sort of design in real lego just before I had to put it all in storage and it held up under more weight than any other joint of that size. I am fairly confident that it could handle the weight of the Raiser wing. In real life, if it was going to hold such a pose for a long time, then I would be propping it with another piece on the underside of the arm to decrease stress on the joint. In all honesty, this model would probably not be able to stand under its own weight--it would most likely require a stand. But then, I understand that this is a problem with the regular gunpla as well, and lets face it--this is a model that looks a lot better doing aerial poses anyways.
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  July 6, 2011
Quoting evangelionfanx xd Just an idea though radical What if you made the Gn particles?? AN placed them all around the 00 raisers wings?? That would be a pretty awesome pose just an idea tho :D >ROFLOLMasterD<
Heh--I think that I've had enough of 00 Gundam for the moment, but you can go for it if you want.
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  July 6, 2011
Only one thing to say to this... HOLY **** You've really outdone yourself. This this is just I own the 00 Kit so when i compared it to that the only difference was that yours had a bunch of studs but that's that's just fine right there. This rivals your freedom i have to say. The fact that you took the time to do all the variants is amazing. I think you should tackle the braves or harute or maybe make a gn over flag eh? All I'm saiyng is REMARKABLE!!!!! GJ man :D >EpicMickeyDD<
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  July 6, 2011
i have nothing else to say. wow. trams mode, xn raiser, the beam parts, EPIIIIIC!!!!!
  July 6, 2011
Another question ask for my friend, do you know how to use LDD to generate a material list after finish a creation?
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  July 6, 2011
Nice detail! I especially love the green part on your GN III. BTW, is there only one T-bar on driver arm which connect the GN-driver with the wing of Raiser?
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  July 6, 2011
Just an idea though radical What if you made the Gn particles?? AN placed them all around the 00 raisers wings?? That would be a pretty awesome pose just an idea tho :D >ROFLOLMasterD<
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  July 5, 2011
Quoting JS Can Wait, does it really transform?
Does what really transform? If you mean the XN or 0 Raiser, then yes, they do. I didn't include pics of the transformation because there were way too many pics in this set already. But it does. Download the model and you can see for yourself.
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  July 5, 2011
Wait, does it really transform?
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  July 5, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. Awesome! I love all the poses, it's like the MOC is "alive". I bow at your skills at posing a MOC! :D I'm going to upload my Hykelion soon but I have problems with posing the MOC, it's a real pain to pose a complex build. I can't even imagine how hard it was for you to pose this masterpiece. What's next? :D
Each different pose took between 1/2 hour and 1 hour to do, in most cases, because this one has so many different points of articulation, and each of them need to be fiddled with. As to what is next? Well, the METEOR Unit is still on my list, but I noticed that LDD was experiencing lag and slowdown even with my XN Raiser, so I may have to put it off indefinitely. I also want to fix up the 00 Qan[T] because it is not fair that the 00 be so much nicer than its upgrade unit. Other than that, I have two original design mecha in the works, and then I will attempt the Gaddess. But after that, I'm definitely taking a break from building for a while. At this point, I've built nearly every model that I had hoped to, either in real lego or virtually. I hope over time, to make a few more of these virtual models into a reality, but that is still a long way down the road, I'm afraid.
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  July 5, 2011
Awesome! I love all the poses, it's like the MOC is "alive". I bow at your skills at posing a MOC! :D I'm going to upload my Hykelion soon but I have problems with posing the MOC, it's a real pain to pose a complex build. I can't even imagine how hard it was for you to pose this masterpiece. What's next? :D
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  July 5, 2011
Wow. That's spectacular. The level of detail is topnotch, Mythril. I particularly like the Trans-Am Raiser. You've definitely been honing your skills, that's for sure. Also, wanted to interject a few random notes. I've fixed the legs of the Maksis, and the feet have been inproved, as well as a few other tweaks. I'll have pics soon. ^Blub^
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  July 5, 2011
Oh yeah! It's finished and it rocks!! You are very good for the poses on LDD, it makes your model shine a lot! You seem to have worked hard on this and it worths it, a brillant and awesome work!!
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  July 5, 2011
Amazing work. I wish I had the passion for lego I had in the past. Keep going, don't give up on this wonderful hobby. I look forward to future creations from you ;)
 
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