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 Mask Of Destiny News

Furnok, Bohrok Commander
Posted by Richard on November 23, 2014 at 05:21 PM CST:
Its been a while since I posted a MOC of my own, this one is inspired by the Bohrok and a suggestion from Takal over a year ago.
Retro News: November 1-10 2003
Posted by Richard on November 14, 2014 at 09:13 PM CST:
The retro news may be missing some pictures I'd normally add under the links as "related image" links, due to a search engine error in our control panel. Mark celebrates his second year working for Mask Of Destiny, the Shadow Kraata creep closer to release, Dave reimagines the Nuva Cube, and MNOG2 opens the doors to it's final regions.
Heads Up And A Welcome
Posted by Richard on November 7, 2014 at 07:26 PM CST:
I wanted everyone to have a heads up that they should be expecting to see some tweaks and changes to the front page and forums, thanks to JeremiiRossu, who has been helping us out for the past few months. If you have a sharp eye (and at least one of our members does XP) you may have noticed him fixing a few things up a while ago. Forum link.
Retro News: October 21-31 2003
Posted by Richard on November 4, 2014 at 07:46 PM CST:
Mask Of Destiny gets into the Halloween spirit and so does its readers, with new costumes and MOCs. Dave displays his BioniWars collection at Motor City Comic-Con, and brings back pictures. The four poisoned Hau Nuva masks are detailed, and Mark makes the most glorious jack O lantern of all.
A Clever Home Made Emmet Costume
Posted by Richard on November 4, 2014 at 07:22 PM CST:
I really wish I had pictures to post, but a I saw a young man with a home made Emmet costume from The LEGO® Movie. I didn't realize what it was at first, being the day after Halloween and since he wasn't wearing the hard hat, but some time after he was out of view I realized it was a makeshift construction uniform. He used strips of orange material along the legs and arms, placed over blue jeans and a shirt where they would be on the iconic minifigure. It was so simple but very effective.

Happy Halloween!
Posted by Richard on October 31, 2014 at 09:33 PM CST:
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween (I managed to make a few people scream ^_^). I kept getting sidetracked trying to post these, now is as good a any time I guess. They may not quite be up to Trick Or Treating par, but at least you can get away with wearing them more than one day a year. Forum link
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