So here is my small entry for the Brickonicle contest, I call it 'Assault in the Mountains.' It has 231 pieces and would most likely retail for $19.99 (20 dollars). I had to spell the title wrong putting one s in assault because it picked it up as a swear for some reason, so that was not a mistake. Anyways my model is based off a scene taking place during the Toa Mata's search for all the Krana. Kopaka encounters a Kohrak and does battle with it. I made the box art in Paint, so try not to kill me on that if it's too bad (and ignore the red flag, I messed up on that part).
The set comes with two minifigs (Kopaka and Kohrak) and a blue 1x1 flat piece for a Krana. It can be seen along with additional shots of the minifigs and set here (I 100% suggest everyone checks those out. I made it a different page for space saving).
Here is a high up shot of the set
You can see all the features of the set in action in this video (please watch, the pictures only show the aftermath of the functions):
So the first feature is Kohrak digging out of the mountain, looking for trouble. All you have to do is have him plugged into the holder inside and push the button on the back. The side of the mountain piece that comes out cannot go farther than it can be seen inside the mountain. I put stud pieces on the inside to prevent that.
The second one is to emulate Kohrak shooting power (or ice or whatever he shoots) at Kopaka (or some other fig if you use one). It's just a flick missile that you can aim at all parts of the set. The technic piece plugged in the brick I believe is legal, especially since Lego used it in the Skull Motorbike set.
The next one is very simple. It's sort of makes up for the figs not having gear functions to battle with. You just plug Kopaka (or any other fig you use) onto the end of the piece, and move it up and down with the back of it.
The final feature (and my favorite one) is the drift launching feature. Kohrak can be on or next to the drift in this one. Kopaka can use his power over cold substances and launch the drift. Just twist a knob on the side of the set and it comes out. Bye bye, Kohrak.
That is it for my entry, as I said before please very much check out the additional pictures here and since theres nothing else to say, thanks for checking out my MOC.