Saturday, August 27, 2011

LEGO Hero Factory MOC: Bahrzot 3.0


Alright, I'm just gonna say it.  "It's clobberin' time!"  This Hero Factory brute has a lot in common with Thing from the Fantastic Four.  Big fan of punching through walls and other solid objects.  Headstrong.  Just plain strong. 


  • Role: Demolition

  • Animal power: "Silverback" Gorilla

  • Weapon: Hydraulic megafists

  • Special ability: Concussion blast

Like a Strong Man champion, Bahrzot (first name Krubriq) is one tough son of a gun, and very few things you & I know of can stand in his way for long.  His only notable weakness is a lack of any true ranged attack, though there is a caveat to that -- read on...
Fun facts:
  • Bahrzot aims his megafist augments at each other and fires them simultaneously to generate his trademark spherical concussive blast.  This allows him to knock back enemy mobs.

  • A relatively rarely-used attack option is for Bahrzot to take to one knee and activate his megafists towards the ground at a shallow angle.  This transmits a shockwave through the ground, with a damaging distance of up to 20 yards.  If he does this with his arms spread apart, he can vary the angle of the fists to create two separate shockwaves that cross at a specific point and cause focused damage.

20 comments:

  1. Chronos, Lord of TimeAugust 27, 2011 at 5:24 AM

    So much epicness... I made a gorilla hero too, but nowhere as cool as this! And you finally found a way to attach the Raw-Jaw head! (I smell an upcoming tutorial video!)





    Oh, and if there's a pun on the name, I don't get it.

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  2. Awesome! What color are the feet though? I can't ell exactly.

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  3. jang! i have important news! someone frome the official lego herofactory gallery posted blanko 1.9 and stringer 2.0,the same exact pictures you posted! his username is julianbw! you must bring him to justice!
    http://herofactory.lego.com/en-US/gallery/default.aspx

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  4. jang, i like the redish black look but why paint when stringer has black feet?

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  5. Another sweet MOC!! I guess you found out a way to attach the Rawjaw head?

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  6. Chronos, Lord of TimeAugust 27, 2011 at 8:26 PM

    Hmmmm...... That name still confuses me... I have been thinking about that all day. I Google searched it and other than your blog post, the best hit was for a cypher encrypter/decrytper... You my friend are sneaky with your references, hidden meanings and/or jokes.

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  7. nice to see a raw jaw head peace on a hero head

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  8. Guys, if you watch the video, you will see the raw-jaw head is not attached to a hero head

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  9. Not a hero head, is it? Doesn't look like one. Looks like a red armor piece size 3 on the smallest joint piece (red).

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  10. Awesome! I was also wondering how you attached the Raw-jaw head and what the name means? Please show us or tell us both :)

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  11. Awesome. One comment on another moc had a comment asking you to make a gorilla moc. I see where you got the inspiration. If I'm wrong, don't blame me. Just inform me.

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  12. Everyone referencing using Raw Jaw on a hero head: It's not attached to a hero head.

    Chronos: The MOC is inspired by Mr. T's B.A. Baracus character on the 80's TV show the A-Team. However, I knew too many modern folks would make an annoying reference to Barack Obama who has nothing to do with it, so I had to slowly change it until it wasn't so recognizable.

    drake: Sorry, this was built well over a month ago.

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  13. Chronos, Lord of TimeAugust 29, 2011 at 6:38 PM

    Thank you for replying! I understand the character reference, but I wouldn't have figured out the name in a million years.

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  14. can you make herofactory4.0 mocs

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  15. Great mocs as always! i always love to see more!

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  16. dude, this is a SWEET MOC! I still can't beleive how you can make these thing all at the same time. you must have like, QUADTROUPLE-MILLIONS of pieces. keep us awe-ispired ;D

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  17. @ Chronos, Lord Of Time: The feet are not painted black, they are actually painted brown.

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  18. Oh i see how he did it! I am going to go do it right now
    -Will

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