Before we begin, I just want to start off by saying that Galaxy Squad is a seriously underrated theme and still remains one in my top five favourite themes of all time, along with Mars Mission, Power Miners, Chima and Bionicle. Galaxy Squad is so far the only Lego theme that I own every single set from, even including the polybags. And with me kicked out of the Bio-cup and the redemption round theme being ‘plants and animals’, I thought it was about time I built something like this.
And so, without further ado…
This Moc was so much fun to build and I think came out a lot better than my other Bio-cup build, which I sort of despised and smashed to pieces the moment I had taken the photos. In contrast, I think I’ll be keeping the Queen built for quite some time.
I generally enjoyed everything about this Moc much more than the other build too, whether it be the sturdiness, the build experience, the expressiveness - I just really like this Moc.
And I probably also went a bit crazy with the pictures.
First of all, a basic turnaround. At this point I was just experimenting with which poses I could pull off.
Her wings can fold down like some sort of cape, so I guess that’s cool.
Now I started introducing some of my other figures for some interactions, and after I found out what a success that picture was, I proceeded to mess around for about half an hour.
This Blue Team robot is on the run - presumably to his base.
Seem’s he’s brought some reinforcements with him. Let’s see how much damage their little car does.
None, it seems.
Here we have a one-on-one fight with the Eradicator Mech.
As it happens, the Vermin Vaporiser makes quite a nice chair.
And a bit of relaxation after the Galaxy Squad makes a humiliating retreat.
Probably just the fact that I took this many pictures compared to the one I took for ‘Off to War’ indicates my preference
For the Bio-cup 2020 Redemption Round 1.