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Kai ZX and the Fire Sword instructions
Attaching swords to the armor mold in Ninjago is okay. But wouldn't it be cool to attach the golden weapons to these armor elements? Now you can!
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Step 1.
You start by putting a white Lego rubber band through the top slot where you want your Fire Sword to come in through.

Like so

Step 2.
Notice that the loop that is not through a slot yet is ON TOP of the ring.

Step 3.
Now, take the loop that isn't in a slot yet and tuck it OVER the ring and under through the slot.

Step 4.
Being carful not to pull the rubber band out of the first slot you put it in, take a weapon (like the fire sword) and pull up on the loop that is underneath and pull it between the two parallel strands of rubber band.

Setp 5.
Now put your fire-sword in the loop from the first step, then in the loop from step four.

Step 6. Tuck the first loop behind the dragon's mouth. Tuck the second loop right behind the first flame on the sword and...


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 I made it 
  December 9, 2012
Haha, thanks!
 I like it 
  December 9, 2012
Cool, I like the intricate instructions! :)
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