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This is the most recent scene I've been working on. I was having a lot of issues with the lighting, so I made sure to include a fully lit picture of you couldn't see anything. I also attempted to include colored lights this time around.
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5/8/16
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In this "junkyard", several disassembled vehicles still remain.

Sets inside contain but are not limited to:

UNSC Pelican (Original version)
UNSC Hawk (Original version)
2-4 Warthogs (Original versions)
At least one UNSC Mongoose (Original verison)
1 UNSC Anti-Air turret (My first set)
Several Brute Choppers
Several missing peices to other vehicles.

Can't wait to re assemble them, I could use some more vehicles. I'm also getting a "Job" this summer, so I'll be able to get some more recent additions to the Mega Blocks arsenal.
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4/21/16
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This next Halo: Mega Bloks scene I plan to focus around a small O.D.S.T. squad with one Spartan. What should be the theme of this battle?
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Stealthy Anticipation (Night Scene)
Heavy Reinforcements
Ambush (Night Scene)
Rescue
18%
Hot Dropped
57%
Stealthy Anticipation (Night Scene)
4%
Heavy Reinforcements
16%
Ambush (Night Scene)
4%
Rescue

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So, I don't know how many of you actually played Halo Wars, but I hope you did. Does anyone still remember the Locust? Its actually one of my favorite Halo vehicles. With that aside, let's get to the point.

Due to the very chaotic nature of warzone, don't you agree with me that the Locust would perfectly fit into it? Sure, they may have to make a few larger, more open maps, but even then it would still be amazing to pilot a vehicle that is probably the closest thing to a Scarab that we ever could get.
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More vehicles: Yes.
I wouldn't mind.
I'm not a fan of this idea.
74%
Yes! The Mantis would have competition!
20%
More vehicles: Yes.
4%
I wouldn't mind.
1%
I'm not a fan of this idea.

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Here is the Infection scene I've been working on. It took me longer than I wanted, since I was playing around with some picture editing. I decided to have the scene in the dark to give it more of an immersive feel, since it would fit the gamemode itself. I did include dead bodies in this one despite it being in a multiplayer scenario, simply because the scene itself was rather small without them.

If you guys like darker scenes like this one, make sure to let me know. I'm not the best with lighting, but I make it work.
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Similar to the last weapon pole, what class of weapon do you preferr? (NOTE: Needler is in explosives. Dual Weilded has any weapon that was once previously dual weilded or is a hand held pistol such as the mauler, spiker, SMG, plasma pistol, both types of plasma rifle(not storm rifle), etc.
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Fully Auto (Spray and Pray)
S/Auto(This is my rifle/this is my gun)
Dual Weilded (Two are better than one)
Melee (Swords, hammers, and fists.
15%
Explosives (BOOM BITCH)
10%
Fully Auto (Spray and Pray)
54%
S/Auto(This is my rifle/this is my gun)
9%
Dual Weilded (Two are better than one)
12%
Melee (Swords, hammers, and fists.

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What is your most preferred weapon type?
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73%
UNSC (Lead and Steel)
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11%
Covenant (Plasma and Energy)
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16%
Forerunner (Disintegrative Energy)

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Ah yes, another poll. If one of these vehicles were to return from Halo Wars in a first person shooter format, which one would you look forward to using the most?

Here is how they would probably work:

Hawk: Operated similarly to the Hornet, the Hawk is equipped with a light machine gun. The second ordanence is two laser cannons that work like a heavier variant of the rail gun. Taking longer to charge and dishing out heavier damage, they would best be suited against slower, less maneuverable targets as the blast radius is rather small.

Locust: The closest thing a Halo FPS would probably ever recieve, the Locust would be a light armored walker protected by its iconic dome sheild. This sheild is best compared to the Mantis's sheild, as it would regenerate to protect its rather lack luster armor. However, the Locust is able to climb over obstacles such as rocks or wreckage, allowing it to escape faster and smaller vehicles. This is countered by the Locust's less than fast movement speed. Just faster than a Scorpian Tank, it's wins no awards in chases. This doesn't stop it from melting the enemy from a ridiculous distance, however, with its highly accurate exavator beam. Requiring a slight charge up, the beam remains accurate from across the map, making for highly problematic situations for the enemy. While best countered by air vehicles, the Locust can vaporize countless enemies when in the hands of a talented Spartan.

Vampire: Armed with a light plasma cannon on each side and the large iconic needle A.A. turret in the center, the Vampire does exactly what you would expect: tear through any and all aircraft in sight. The stasis drain ability is modified to, instead of freezing the enemy, E.M.P.s the enemies aircraft for a few short seconds. This allows the Vampire to use the heavy needle turret to tear through its armor. Although possesing slight homing capabilities, the turret is best used for firing upon aircraft, as aiming down can be rather tricky. If someone is under you, a passenger can utilize the light plasma cannons to fire directly downwards. These are not oustanding weapons but can kill infantry if they stay under for too long. Firing down with the needle turret is next to impossible, unless you can back up far enough to see your enemy on the ground.

Grizzly: Possibly the most intimidating vehicle of the UNSC excluding the Mammoth, the Grizzly is a larger, more armored variant of the classic Scorpian Tank. Armed with a light machine gun and two explosive cannons, this Tank can take on three Wraiths at once and come out untouched if used correctly. While it's cannnons are less damaging than the Scorpian, it's dual cannons allow it to fire twice, similar to a double barrel shotgun. Two shots from a Grizzly Will do more damage than a single from the Scorpian, but one from the Grizzly will be much less. The driver can choose to fire each shot individually or together, but both must be shot before either can reload.

Cobra: Armed with two heavy railguns, the Cobra has a much heavier variant of the Hawks laser cannons. It can enter a lock down mode that will allow the Cobra to use its insanely damaging laser cannon, but at the cost of movement capabilities. While not exactly fast, it still moves faster than the Scorpian. It can fire up, but if you miss, you will have a long reload wait before you do again.
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60%
Hawk
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15%
Locust
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4%
Vampire
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14%
Grizzly
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Cobra

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Favorites: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=FLv-eXq7Nc04LZkxOQhk6RkA
Here is a large amalgamation of Halo music videos I have collected over a long time. I will try to continue adding more.
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