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- Head: The head has the most moveability (able to look in any direction forward), as it is the most recognizable and important part of the Reaper.
- Mandibles: The mandibles on the head can move up and down and can even fit the Seamoth between them, like in the game.
- Fins: The two large, point fins attached to the upper body can move in lots of directions to simulate the smimming movement of this Leviathan.
- Body: The rest of the body can also move, but only horizontally to assure a stable build and to mimic its snake-like swimming movement.
- Cockpit: The cockpit of the Seamoth can open its side panels so you can take out or put in the minifigure and included with the build.
- Battery: At the back of the submersible you can find the power cell which is used to power this sub. Made of two studs, the power cell can be removed to be replaced with a fully charged one.
- Torpedos: Of course, every submarine need torpedos, and the Seamoth surely will in order to escape the fearsome Reaper. The torpedos are two studs that can be fired using the stud shooters on the vehicle (I know not everybody loves stud shooters, but they are the best option for this design and for playability).
- Mask: The minifigure wears a diving mask which resembles the one from the game, with a visor that can open up!
- Knife: The minifigure handles a standard Survival Knife, which is the only weapon the player has, and is mostly used to procure samples of Fauna, as a knife doesn't help much against giant sea monsters.