Customs: Foke Lore

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  1. Constructasaur

    Constructasaur Well-Known Member

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    Hi was thinking of creating a unit of Autobots based around Fairy Tale and Foke Lore.

    However need some help with alt modes and names

    I have at the moment

    Possibly three warthog jeeps named after building materials (three pigs)
    Three small tank drones- Vole,Lemming, and Gerbil (three blind mice)
    A tank- Pinochio (sniper)
    two females - Cinderella and Repunzal

    A group of Underground mining vehicles (energon mining team)- Tubby(nic named Doc),Bashful,Sleepy,Sneezy,Grumpy,Happy, and Dopey.

    The group leader Akela

    Merlin
    Tweedledee
    Tweedledum
    Gnome(minibot)

    A cassette holder nut not sure what kind- based on the pied piper
    his cassettes
    Chinese dragon- Dragonheart
    Griffon-Lightfoot
    Unicorn-Powerpoint
    Phionex-Firebird
    Merman
    Angel
    Centaur
    Centaur

    anybody got any additions, changes, or suggestions?
     
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    Constructasaur Well-Known Member

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    Some ideas
     

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    Constructasaur Well-Known Member

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    a couple more
     

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    tanks and cassette combiner
     

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    scorpio-prime Dreamer with fists

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    I'd have just gone with Zodiac combiner teams - 6 in each team, one Autobot one Decepticon.

    Most of the alt modes would be easy to concieve, and who wouldn't want to see a flying set of scales?
     

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