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Ninja Assassin . An entry to Lwc Guy's "Flexible Fig Contest," This 8 by 8 vignette pictures a sneaky, black ninja guy in an awesome, sneaky ninja pose. The vignette itself pictures a Japanese Shinto shrine amidst bamboo and jungle vines. There is also a short set of "how to" pictures at the end of this post. Enjoy! . Who doesn't like ninjas? They are stealthy, they carry cool weapons, and they can do awesome gravity defying ninja moves! I personally have no idea what the figure in this vignette is actually doing, but hey! It looks cool! The construction of the pose requires two modified lever handles. Using a bit of fine adjusting, you can fit the wide end of this lever handle half way into the arm socket. This creates a somewhat sturdy strait extension from the body. You can then easily slide a cone brick over the top of the lever to act as a sleeve. The leg construction is easily seen in the picture. The modified lever handle allows for a hand, detached from a regular minifig arm, to be wedged into the wide end of the cone. You can then add a cape, and slide one of those neck/stud pieces just enough onto the neck to give clutch power. Finally, you can add the bowed head and hood to complete the pose. And, to end, a somewhat areal shot that reveals the head connection. Does anyone know if those neck/stud pieces come in black?


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