Hello. Back with another OC custom, and a very bizzar one for me. I usually don't care much for doing heavy battle damage for my own customs. Some people do exceptionnal work in this regard and I highly respect that, but my preference is to keep my customs on the cleaner side. Enter the only exception to this general rule of thumb: Partsfiend: Function: Assassin/Shock trooper So, why would I bother doing this if it's not my usual style? EASY! Using the CW Prowl mold, I'd made a simple CW Autotrooper mod last year for another multi-part project. I had placed said custom in my cabinet(as I would asume many would) and left it for the time being. I wanted to work on the project a few weeks later and went to transform said Autotrooper when, to my neverending stupor, I'd discovered that one of the legs BROKE at the hinge for the leg that lifts the side of it for the transformation! HOW?! IT WASN'T BROKEN BEFORE! It was just sitting in my cabinet. Then I tried to fix it but it go sealed in car mode. Oh, wonderfull!!! My solution? Get another CW Prowl mold, swap out the leg, done. Also make an OC out of the spare mold with the broken leg. His backstory is that he is quite litteraly parts. More specifically, he is the reanimated spare parts of multiple dead nameless decepticons that we use as target practice in Fall of Cybertron who's escape pod from the Nemisis before it crashed in earth's prehistoric ocean(where it would be found in Beasy Wars season 3), crashed on land and killed most of them, mangled the others and sent them in a state of being consious while in emergency stasis for 4 million years. Eventually their concsiousnus melded together somehow. Now one mind of many voices. It woke up in a junkyard on earth and using both dead decepticons and junked cars, took the name Partsfiend and was found by Galvatron and Bruticus who discovered that he has the capability to somehow assimilate weapons and copied the ability to combine! Woops. Outside if the base CW Prowl mold and the CW Sunstreaker head, I cant even begin to tell you what else he is made from or painted with. Bits and pieces of junkers and spare parts. Vehicule mode: And fully armed: So that's it for this thread. Weird one but still fun as an experimental custom. Hope you enjoy and see you next time.