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MOC Olympics round 5 - Steef de Prouw vs. LegoLord . Round 5 in the MOC olympics has me posting early, as I will be away for three days. As much as I hate for my opponent to look into my cards at this stage, here it is! Hope you like it. . Category: PhipsonInator! (a mad scientist creation with a funny backstory) Opponent: The mighty LegoLord Inside his top secret underground laboratory, Dr. Zumpfgugenhanzel is working on his latest invention. He is assisted by his (t)rusty robot. "Just ...a couple more....bolts...and I think...Yes!" "My greatest creation is complete! With these mechanical pants, I shall conquer the world! And, more importantly, leave the real estate completely unharmed. Muhahahaha!" "I shall name it...hmmm...the transformer...no, that's something else. The...transformator? Nah. Aha! The TRANSFORMINATOR after its mightiest weapon." "Time to try it on, I'd say" "Mmmm fits snugly. Does my bum look big in this?" "A quick weapons test, and I'm off to the city!" Meanwhile, in the lovely town of brickston, life was getting along splendidly. People were going about their business in this friendly town. The mailman checked the mailbox on the main road. Pedestrians would wait for the green light before crossing the street. The stalker did a spot of afternoon stalking at the park. Cool cars would drive past swiftly but gently. All in all, it was a lovely day in Brickston. Until... "HELLO PEOPLE OF BRICKSTON. If you would be so kind as to gather around me and my iron pants. I am going to show you something that you've never seen before!" "Yes! This is your chance to be one of the first people on the planet to witness the power of the mighty transforminator!" "That's right. Step right up! Gather round, while I aim my ...er... iron rod at your general direction!" "Now I turn this dial and..." Dr. Z.: "You all have silly hair!" The people: "Wow!" Postman: "Well I never!" Dr. Z.: "Now I turn the dial in another position, and you all have silly hats! Muhahaha!" The people: "Hahaha! You look silly" "No you!" "Hahahaha!" "Hey, wait a minute!" "Yes! Isn't that completely amazing? Now I turn the dial again, and amaze you even more!" Dr. Z.: "Foodhats! Muhahahahaha!" The people: "Okay, this really isn't funny anymore. Stop it!" "Oh, but I was only just beginning! HahahahaHAHAHAHAHA!" "Aaarrrgh!" "Peep" "Meow" "Grrrr!" "Oh, bum grapes!" Construction worker: "Alright, this has been going far enough." The end. Well, that's it for now. Hope you like it. I just wanted to make a very, very silly invention. Having never seen an episode of Phineas and Ferb in my life, I found it too risky to try and duplicate it, as I would most likely get some of the details horribly wrong. So I invented an inventor and his invention of my own. I also felt I wanted to build a 1980's style classic lego town with people and cars to match. So that's what I did. Oh, and in case you were wondering: again I used up almost all of my bricks, yes.


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