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Marines vs. Goblins
About this creation
Diorama I built with my friend Hrvoje.
I tried to include as much play features in my half of the diorama as possible.

The terrain is not LEGO and it was inspired by early Space catalogues and boxes' art.

Here are some general pictures of the diorama and of Hrvoje's half.



















More pictures of Hrvoje's half are here.

And the story goes like this...

First the Goblins send out scanner probes.



Which then turn into beacons.



Flying through space comes a portal, guided by the beacons.





It lands and opens a gate from the Goblins' home planet.

















The video was taken by Kockice's president Galadriel.





That's what happens to the tires when you run the portal for just one day. :(

Out of the portal come the guardians.









After they've secured the drop zone arrives the mobile command center.









Thanks to a differential the radar can also be rotated manually.
Unpictured is a V4 engine with working pistons and pendular suspension on the first and last axle.





Not meant for combat, but why leave it unarmed?



Scout squad goes out to check out a wider area.









It's time for heavy artillery.









...and infantry.





Two minigun crews. (One foot soldier was stolen during the first exhibiton.)





Flamethrower trio.



Two bomb squads.



...and mechanics.



APCs or simply Turtles.









Gotta take care of your troops.











Some may accidentally fall under one of these.







Light air support is never amiss.





But these are what the Goblins are counting on.











Nevertheless if they fail, it's nice to have backup.







Here are some more views of the Goblin army.



























































But why did the Goblins come to the Marines' colony in the first place?



Thanks for viewing!



Comments

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  December 15, 2013
It looks like you've created a whole sub-theme of classic space, with many brilliant set designs within this imposing dio. Bravo!
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  December 15, 2013
Where can I learn how to put those arrows? Oh and HYPNODISK!
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  December 15, 2013
Each vehicle should deserve to be a great MOC. These are brilliant and novative. The portal, alone, is excellent!!! The whole layout is stunning.
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  December 14, 2013
Excellent creations!!!
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  December 14, 2013
Great work, all the elements are fantastic!
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  December 13, 2013
wow! very massive, creative, and original!
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  December 13, 2013
...!!!...
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  December 13, 2013
Very impressive project. Congratulations to both of you! The spinning portal is particulary excellent!
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  December 13, 2013
Amazing!
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  December 13, 2013
Awesome.
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  December 13, 2013
Pretty impressive collection of vehicles!
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  December 13, 2013
Love it, that portal is really amazing and sheer size of the display makes it trully eye appealing.
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  December 13, 2013
A most impressive display! Great job! ~Brick
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  December 13, 2013
Wow..! Thanks Marin...
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  December 13, 2013
Whoa, very very nice indeed! These could easily be sets! I am a big fan of those vehicles with tracks carrying warheads. But overall everything's excellent!
 
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