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Sword Sheath Technique . This is a Lego technique I came up some time ago. (Didn't realize...."Spaztastic the Diabolical" already posted a similar technique before me.) . This technique only works when your minifigure is holding a triangular shield. You can tilt it in such a way as to make a crevice for the sword. This allows your minifigure to hold multiple weapons or items. It is useful in Castle and Medieval scenes. You are welcomed to use this technique, but I would greatly appreciate acknowledgements! Thanks! This is just a test animation that I added at the last minute: Webcam to gif MOC by Lego Builder Senior


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