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Michael Owen
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Has anyone created Lego Xenomorphs or Genestealers similar in size to Lego Mini Figures? Can anyone provide suggested instructions and pieces needed? A Lego Space Hulk set would be fun to build for a convention, especially when using the items below (expensive but nice).

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Daniel Barrett
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Here's a genestealer for you

http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?M=sp091
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David Thornton
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I have been thinking about this...

My idea is an old Life on Mars Alien http://www.bricklink.com/browseList.asp?itemType=M&catString... with a backwards Star Wars Battle Droid Head. http://www.brickwars-sets.com/set_page_7654.html Of course the Whole thing Would need to be painted, and you have to find a way to get a second set of arms on there, which shouldn't be too difficult.

If you can afford to buy 22 LEGO Lord Greivious figures, the body is compatible with the aliens' legs and connects four arms (they have a more organic look and feel than the robotic Battle Droid limbs) You would have to find a different head idea though...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/franmoff/3269393029/

And if you are really good with LEGOs, you could try to recreate 22 of these guys (with a different head):
http://www.brothers-brick.com/2007/04/23/i-have-been-trained...

Oooh... and just found this while looking for pics:
http://www.findmybrick.com/product_info.php?cPath=35&product...

Only $4.88!! I wonder how many they have in stock...
Also you could just copy the design with your own LEGOS. 2 extra arms should be a sinch with a 2x1 stud...

Good Luck and Have Fun!
 
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Peter
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I have plenty of Star Wars LEGO bits lying around and had a brainstorm this morning. Maybe I can turn the many grey plat pieces into floor tiles and items.

Has anyone done this before?

This would have to make a better board game than anything LEGO has licensed so far.
 
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James H├ębert
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I've got one in the works myself... started with my sons Lego's till he told me to go get my own!

I decided on droidstealers (Star Wars droids) because of the cost ... they were the least expensive 'stealer-like figure by far, and even without doubled arms they look the part, and are posable.

Assembling them set slowly, but I'll post pics - the "demo room scene" I tested at home looked really cool, so I'm working on it.

James
 
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