BW break instructions...

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  1. Lumpy

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    does anyone have a scan of them on their computer? i bought one loose and cant get him to stay in beast mode the way he's supposed to be....and its driving me absolutely nuts.....
     
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    He's very hard to put together anyway, but I hope this helps.
     
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    thanks a ton. its a the littlest details that you just cant figure out sometimes....its the last step if you reverse the directions. the front lid part wont line up just right enough to close on the little peg...the directions helped though, but he's still not 100% together....thanks so much though cuz it definately helped....
     
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    and the lid wont close cuz his legs are ever so slightly in the way....maybe ive got the hips wrong....
     
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    HAHAHAH i did it....i noticed theres an uber small peg on the back of his hips that fit into the right arm/rear of penguin and by lining those up the legs tucked in perfectly and the lid closed smooth like baby......HURRAY....i love break....
     
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    Dead End's a lot like that, too. The instructions never were good enough to show me exactly how I needed to bend the legs to fit inside the ammonite shell, but eventually I learned. Wish I had Break to go with him.
     
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    I love Break. He's pretty easy to TF, IMO. Never even looked at teh instructions till just the other day... that's when I learned about his Gun Mode that i had forgotten all about.
     
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    No worries and congrats on figuring him out in 10 minutes!

    I'm still stuck with Deadend. I guess I should read the instructions, too?

    Boo, that third mode looks plain ridiculous. Better forget about it again :lol 
     
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    Don't feel bad, I have the worse time trying to get him back in his shell
     
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    Yeah, you have to do the legs, hips and arms just right on the BWN guys. Break's bad but Bazooka and Mach Kick are worse for me.
     
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    If I had mine with me, I could tell you the precise way to fold the legs. One bends at the knee to fit around whatever's in the middle of the shell, the other does too in the opposite direction... or something. Aside from Big Convoy, trying to remember how to TF a BW Neo figure by memory alone is not recommended. :p 
     
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    yeah, ive got a complete BW neo collection now and they are some of the most imbossible bastards, but also some of my absolute favorites too....they are just so spectacular.....and yeah, dead end used to give me plenty of problems but once you get the leg thing down, he's a snap...and hopefully break will be now too....and bazooka....man that little turd knocker was so bad when i first got him....
     
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    I know, you have to do some crazy yoga pelvis shit to get that shell to sit right. I've seen porn stars with less dexterity than Bazooka needs to transform. :lol 
     
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    How I love this forum! So many people that share my love for BW NEO molds.

    ONe of the things I really like about them is the complexity of the transformatoin of this figures. I remember when I bought MAch Kick, it was awesome, I really enjoyed even the figure's hair detail. That's why I almost never touched him.

    After several months I tried to transform him into horse again, but it was impossible! It was the fist time in my life that I really needed instructions tot ransform a figure. But I was gald about that. It's really impressive the way all the pieces get togehter inside.

    Dead End is cool, I never had problem trying to put him on the shell again, I ahve like 3 different ways to do it :p 
     
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    hahaha, yeah....
     
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    I'd like to complete BWN sometime, but all the rare figures are too pricey (and I passed on quite a few when they were everywhere, now I can't find any)

    And my Randy is virtually dead because of GPS...

    Break, Bazooka, Longrack, and Cohrada are the only ones I really want to get any time soon.
     
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    Break's third mode is actually fairly decent compaired to some of the others. Mach Kick, as much as it's my favourite TF toy of all time, has perhaps the weakest excuse for an official "third mode" of all time. It's like they're trying to attempt the same thing as with Longrack's third mode, but failed miserably ... and Longrack's third mode is only "meh" at best to begin with! I do love Corahda's cannon mode, though.:) 

    Speaking of Mach Kick and Longrack, though, I don't see why people think they are so hard to transform. The biggest thing I have to remember when TFing MK to beast mode is "the spark faces down" (I find myself oddly repeating that little mantra every time I TF him...) but even if I were to forget that you figure out pretty quicky whish is the right way to twist his legs. Longrack, no problems at all, other than his hair trigger knee missiles... ugh.

    Big Convoy, Bazooka, Dead End (at times), and Guilledart/Killer Punch are the ones that can give me fits. I can always get Bazooka like 99% correct... then his shell pops up. Ugh. Move the legs a tad and it locks down just right. Dead End and Big Convoy are just pains in the neck. Guilledart/Killer Punch, not really too hard, but the panels get annoying.
     
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    i dont recall long rack or mach kick having a 3rd mode...i thought it was just the smalled figures that had 3rd modes...
     
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    They both have third modes that emphasize their extending arm/neck gimmicks. Longrack's is okay, the knee missiles are facing forward, his arm acts as a turning turret, it has little molded wheels to look like a mobile weapon platform... decent effort went into it. Mach Kick, on the other hand, not much effort. TFU.info doesn't have any pictures, but I'll see if I can find them smewhere.

    EDIT: Found one of Mach Kick.

    Third picture shows MK's "3rd Mode."
     

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