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Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2016 6:11 pm
by The Hydromancer
Was helping DeathZero workout ideas for his Gundam X Divider custom, and was inspired to throw this fusion edge together. Calling it my MKIII:

ImageFusion Edge version MKIII based off of Gundam X Divider. by The Hydromancer, on Flickr

Here's the MKII:

ImageCode geass style factsphere sensor by The Hydromancer, on Flickr

The Heat Broadsaber variant:

ImageThis broad bastard claims more than the average super heated hotrod, and willl give you a hand and a half over your opponents. by The Hydromancer, on Flickr

Fusion Edge Sword:

ImageGN Sword by The Hydromancer, on Flickr

Re: Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2016 6:21 pm
by VitorFaria
I like using flick fire missiles as fusion edges, as I like them to be more subdued:

ImagePurple Chub by Vitor Faria, no Flickr

That old hinge piece is nice for very small frames:

ImageHumble Hummer by Vitor Faria, no Flickr

But sometimes, good old SW sabers are all I need:

ImageBlue C's by Vitor Faria, no Flickr

Re: Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2016 6:26 pm
by The Hydromancer
I like the flick missiles, gives it a bastard sword feel. The hinge... I bet that would work as a fun pitchfork!

Re: Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2016 6:31 pm
by VitorFaria
The Hydromancer wrote:I like the flick missiles, gives it a bastard sword feel. The hinge... I bet that would work as a fun pitchfork!


Oh, well, they're red aren't they? :lol:

Re: Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:19 pm
by reese342
I've got an old trans yellow/green spear I use as a fusion "spear", but most of my melee weapons tend to be conventional,(Minifig axes, spears, pikes ETC) or hammers and claws. (Because thousands of Space Marines can't be wrong)
I prefer lightsabre hilts for fusion edges though, personally.

Re: Fusion Edge Variants

PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 5:07 pm
by CADmonkey
I've used axe heads as fusion edges:

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Space Marines: Blue #1 & Blue #2 by Bryan Rombough, on Flickr

And, of course, the standard lightsaber:

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Space Marines by Bryan Rombough, on Flickr

For this one, I stuck a headlight on the end of a lightsaber hilt, so that I could stick a ninjago sword blade on the end (to represent the fusion edge d6Rh d6Rh) and a round brick on the side (to represent an amplifier d8Rh).

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Sokokunst Master by Bryan Rombough, on Flickr