Drop in and set Frontier worlds ablaze

The fun, fast-paced action of Titanfall 2 multiplayer is what hooks me in, but with my latest LEGO Titan I wanted to show appreciation for its well crafted single player campaign. To make a Titan build unique to campaign styling, I chose to build Kane’s Scorch Titan, the first boss Jack Cooper and BT-7274 fight in the campaign. Kane was like a stereotypical multiplayer gamer: overconfident, calling his opponents “scrub,” and easily defeated.

Kane's Scorch Titan - Titanfall 2

Scorch is bulky. Its heavy chassis and armor plating allowed for the use of larger, sturdier points of articulation in the arms and legs than in a build like Ronin. The color scheme is based on Kane’s Scorch, which is dark gray with orange highlights and a yellow grin around the cockpit seal.

Kane's Scorch Titan - Titanfall 2

In the Titanfall 2 multiplayer lobby, all seven Titans can be viewed and turned around 360 degrees. This was incredibly helpful for details such as the thrusters and canisters in the back as well as the wiring and hydraulics in the midsection.

Kane's Scorch Titan - Titanfall 2

Ronin could barely hold its sword upright, and Northstar couldn’t hold its railgun at all. However, thanks to the utilization of sturdier ball joints in Scorch’s arms, it can hold the T-203 Thermite Launcher in a few positions without dropping it or falling over.

Kane's Scorch Titan - Titanfall 2

See more photos of Kane’s Scorch Titan on my Flickr

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