The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Guardian Stalker
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"The Sheikah of ancient Hyrule developed this as a weapon to combat Ganon. Its six legs give it extraordinary mobility compared to most current vehicles, and its powerful laser provides far greater offensive capability than conventional weaponry. Destroying the legs severely reduces its mobility." - Hyrule Compendium, entry number 125
This set allows you to create with you own hands the most famous enemy of the new the Legend of Zelda instalment : The Guardian Stalker from Breath of the Wild ! This is a 1007 pieces set (well, more detail requiers more bricks ;) ), completely articulated : The three body parts can rotate on a full 360° spin, and the six "tentacles" are bendable in every possible way.
I made this build because... well, I wanted to do it since the trailer first came out ! But I needed time, and above all, visuals. So I waited for the internet so start drowning itself with screenshots, and boom. I got to work. Now, the most difficult part of the build was the head. I'll probably update the build in the near future, with a better designed head.
I think I aslo made it because I wanted to make the best Zelda-related project on this site. I've never been really satisfied with the Guardians proposed by other users (no offence if you made one, lass), so I decided to make my own, and might I say that I am really proud of these results.
Exept for the head.
Honestly, I think people might really enjoy this set if it came true, may they be Zelda fans or not. It is still cool and can be played with as just a regular toy, not as a DIY replica of a mob from a popular video game franchise. Kids who don't know the game (and that might also live in a cave for that reason) can still like it for what it is !
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