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    Discuss This Story Hot Bionicle NewsMonday, July 27th, 2020 at 4:22am by Jason, BZPower Reporter

    The final round of Bio-Cup 2020 is done, where three Bionicle builders were tasked to create fusions based off previous entries from both the main contest and the redemption rounds. Our finalists are Red, Sergei Rahkmaninoff, and [VB], and they've made some great MOCs to end this contest with. Read on to see them all, and let us know which your favorites are!

    "King Kazma and his Indigo Vortex" by Red

    King Kazma and his Indigo Vortex

    Red's entry is racing for the finish line on a fancy one-wheeled bike. The rabbit-like character has a lot of fair from his jacket and bike gloves down to the goggles over his slicked back ears. The futuristic bike has a lot of neat elegant curves going, but I am also impressed by the main wheel made up of Hero Factory feet; it's an awesome vehicle.

    "Retirement" by Sergei Rahkmaninoff


    Sergei literally fused his character with a tree. In addition to a beat up character, who still manages to have a grin on his face, there's a lot of nicely integrated foliage mixed in, with some colorful branches in bloom behind him. I particularly like the branch made out of a minifig arm sticking out of his mouth, with a bird perched on it no less. A fun entry to relax with after a very tough battle in this contest.

    "The Old Guide" by [VB]

    The Old Guide

    [VB]'s final entry brings us let another beast that's prowling through the knight. The various fines and spikes give the creature a very eeiry texture, and the head itself is detailed and oozing personality. The bonehead rider is also simple but effective, and the ingenious design on his staff is a great addition. These two make quite the pair!

    That's all for today. It's been an awesome contest with some amazing models, and we only scraped the tip of the iceberg with our coverage on BZPower. Thanks for reading, and keep an eye out for more featured Bionicle MOCs. Build on!

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