The Octuptarra Magna Tri-droid MOC-65366 was licensed and designed by Brick_boss_pdf. .Designer’s Words: This Moc is done with the help of the lastbrickbender so a big thanks for him! The challenging part of it was for sure the ball desing but I think it came vary well! The stilt-legged spider-like automatons had large balloon-like heads atop their thin stalk bodies, armed with laser turrets. They were named after the eight-eyed, gasbag-headed vine walkers native to Skako. They were equipped with three laser turrets as standard, one on each side, below each photoreceptor. A certain variant was filled with a gaseous virus that would be released upon the droid’s destruction, which was highly effective against organic enemy troops. The virus variants were nicknamed “virus droids”. Their rotating multi-jointed assemblies allowed them to change facing almost instantly and they could fire from extended ranges, though they were vulnerable in close-quarters fighting. It was almost impossible to approach such droids, as all sides conceivably faced the front. .Made from high-quality ABS, in precision casting molding, and the surface is smooth. A total of 589 parts, no figures, and these parts are compatible with other building blocks. .It is easy to assemble, with a detailed electronic manual. You can understand the structure of the building block model and find more detailed content design by assembling. .After assembled, it is a good display model and background decoration; it is of educational significance and makes ideal gifts and prizes for the back-to-school season and holidays. .Age: 8+. There are small particles inside, pay attention to assembly and placement. If you meet any problems during the assembly process, please do not hesitate to contact us.
MOC-65366 Octuptarra Magna Tri-droid