Whoa, Alhakri was the monster that I was the most excited for, and it doesn't disappoint. That function is unbelievable. As in, I seriously doubt TLG would have ever pulled it off as smoothly as you guys did. As a note, there's a little too much silver and a ton of exposed technic, but otherwise, this set is fantastic.
I designed it, the mask of Ire is more of a mutated mask in the same way the mask of control from Umarak The destroyer is a "mutated" mask (the canonicity of this term still in discussion) and Cyberhand help us by making the 3d model... we are looking for the mask to be 3d printed and even share it in shapeways if we can. In the poster the mask was photoshopped but of course I would like to have the real mask in my hands soon .
There are reasons behind the design of the mask, but I want to hold everything for a future "designer video" like TLG did with the official G2... I don't promise anything yet, but it could happen
Looks great. Definitely one of the best of these large Rahi-like creatures. He looks pretty good, the yellow gears are annoying though, and the back is a bit awkward. The function seems awesome, but I'd really like a video to go with it, since it's hard to tell how well it works from pictures. Overall I really dig this guy.
As far as Wuruhi goes, the idea is extraordinary, and I hope that we see more primeval animal designs in the future. (Wuruhi is a sabretooth tiger, right?) I'm not sure why you guys included the yellow gears, and the Skull Warrior chestplate seems a bit simplistic; it would have been nice to see more system there. That said, the function is satisfactory as per usual, though Alhakri still takes the number one spot in my mind. Bravo! I am freaking psyched for Axato.
By the way, the wiki is updated, and I'd really appreciate if others helped out, especially because I don't know how to edit photos. Thanks.
In the building instructions there is a gear piece that is better for the function (highlighted with a red border) than the normal gears usually used in gear box (The set have yelow simply because I ran out of blacks). The function @ThatchMac is the movement of the legs, the first pair of legs (or arms) move in the opossite direction than the other four legs in the back. About the appearance, the initial idea from @ToaVakota was a mix between wolf and bear with three pairs of legs, and the concept changed a little bit since that but I can see the Sabretooth look. And thanks for your help in the wiki again, btw my wiki user is Jhepty in case you didn't know.