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Terrorificante Triangulo Diabolico; Atlantian Prince’s Throne . Team Terrorificante Triangulo Diabolico's MOC Athalon entry in the category of Atlantis. A group of intrepid divers has stumbled upon the throne of an Atlantian prince. Unfortunately, the prince has a slew of bodyguards that do not take kindly to unannounced strangers. . The prince on his throne, where he rules this area of the sea with an iron fist, er, fin, whatever. He is guarded by a trio of ferocious Sharkmen and one rather nasty jellyfish. His Manta Ray Warriors rush out to engage the divers. A Manta Ray Warrior riding a Manta Ray, how original. The divers are taken by surprise! Things are looking fishy for our brave-ish heroes! They are outnumbered and by the Atlantians and they are doomed, or are they? Yup, they are. Man, that jellyfish looks like it could go nuts at any moment! Wait, what's that? The squad leader arrives just in time on the U95 Water Speeder to add some much needed firepower against the Manta Warriors and Sharkmen! Close up of the U95 Water Speeder and a shark looking for an easy meal. This baby is armed with two sonic cannons up front and powered by a Pratt and Whitney turbo engine. The expression of abject fear on the squad leaders face is not very reassuring. As he speeds into the battle, we are left wondering just what will happen... Camouflage is not one of the strengths of this bike in the underwater world of Atlantis. Another UV shot for that underwater feel. Hold your breath folks! Final overhead shot, included as an extra photo as it turned out very yellow for some reason. Dem Notes: This story will be developed further in the Atlantia series at Dem Bones, which will continue when the MOC Athalon ends. I had fun making this as I took pieces from a Lego pen and added them to the MOC. The Jellyfish is from the Spongebob pen if you were wondering. There are 3 other pen elements on the MOC, can you spot them?


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