Thunder Jaw

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The Thunderjaw the most brutal opponent to be faced in the game Horizon Zero Dawn. It's body is made of metal, but at it's core The Thunderjaw is still a beast on the inside. The creature most closely resembles a T-Rex and carries a variety of deadly projectile weapons, only the most skilled hunters can  face one and hope to live to tell the tale.  
Parts Cost: Over 4,700 parts. Prices tend to vary ~  $700
Files: PDF Manual & Partlist for Bricklink. 
Builder: Nicola Stocchi
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MOC-15474

Name Thunder Jaw
Designer brickvault
Designed 2018
Inventory 4743
Theme Other

9 COMMENTS

  • 6 months, 2 weeks ago Ausba (2K)
    This is such an incredible build! I loved the game and this is definitely a set I will be working towards adding to my collection! I'm blown away!
  • 1 year, 3 months ago topazard (157)
    Very nice, though I've been waiting for the Tallneck by Nicola S.  Any chance of that happening in the near future?
    • 1 year, 1 month ago Pennel (13)
      This is the Nicola Stocchi MOC
      • 1 year, 1 month ago topazard (157)
        Thanks, but I already knew that.  It is why I posed the question about the possibility of the Tallneck being offered.
        • 1 year, 1 month ago Pennel (13)
          Yep, I'm an idiot. I saw the name and assumed you thought this was a different Thunderjaw MOC.
        • 1 year ago NicolaStocchi (8K)
          The Tallneck is in progress, but I can't tell if it will be stable yet.
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Building Instructions For Sale

This is a Premium MOC, and the instructions to build it are being sold by the designer (brickvault) for $39.99

You will receive building instructions of type PDF - Computer Images from the designer once you have organised payment with them.

Help Guide - BI File Types
Submitted by pinckerman Jan. 15, 2019