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Death's Shadow (Bionicle Self Moc) . My first bionicle moc, a self moc built by me for me. . I'll start off by saying thank you for viewing my first bionicle self moc! (This description will be much less wordy than my other mocs) As you know the name of the moc is Death's Shadow, I used this name simply due to its dark monotone design and also as the skull torso was vaguely inspired by a mech built by Daniel H I have not yet thought up of definitive Bio, however I can tell you that his origin is unknown by many (including me apparently) and is rumoured to be related to the dangerous tar from beyond botana and the destruction of both the hero factory universe and both bionicle G1 and 2 universes although these are only rumours. Thus he is a dimension jumper. His weapons include a blade arm and a double barrel pistol however the exact model of the pistol is unknown as it is probably stolen from a deceased dimension. In terms of the build, the torso is completely custom which allows for the neat skull piece to fit on as well as the barrels on the back and even a waist rotation! His pistol can be attached to his back. The head is also coming completely custom, using only two pieces. My overall favourite technique of the build was creating a double barrel from the pistol by putting the binocular piece between that ratcheted clip piece, this is actually a technique my dad created, unusual as he is not at all a AFOL and he showed me it even before I was seriously into moc making; originally it was meant to be a technique for a mini-fig gun but I've been wanting to use the technique in one of my mocs for a very long time; I encourage you to use it as long as you leave credit :) Thanks for reading, to be honest I found describing the moc a lot harder than my system mocs so I hope I did my moc justice, please leave a comment if you like it or feel it needs some improvement and like if you want to see more bionicle mocs from me. That's all, bye!

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