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The intent for this MOC was to retain the same level of originality and quality found in past LEGO Ideas sets, while drastically reducing the cost for LEGO fans who, like myself, can't afford all these new and expensive LEGO sets.
As the name implies, this MOC is actually a box that must have centrifugal force applied to it (it has to be spun) in order for it to open. This function is incredibly compact and for those who don't know the trick, it is almost impossible to open. As a set, this MOC not only looks great on display, but also can provide hours of entertainment in watching your friends attempt to open it ;). Feel free to check out the video attached at the bottom of the page to see how it works.
While there wasn't much space to work with, I tried to pack in as many details as possible. Inside the box, there are 3 main sections, each with its own secrets. On top of the display, there are three tombstones, and a trail of mysterious liquid that leads below. The central tombstone will be used for spinning the box, and also houses one of the secret compartments underneath.
At, 5 and 1/2 inches long, 3 inches tall, and 2 and 1/2 inches wide, this set could fit in virtually any space.
This MOC consists of 185 pieces, and yes, I took the time to count all of them. Considering that the majority of these pieces are very small, this MOC could hopefully be produced at a very reasonable price and would be attainable to LEGO fans of all ages and backgrounds.