Unlike many other sets at this price, we’re given just one big build to occupy our time…
Immediately the “A frame” is put to use by attaching it to the octagonal plate.
A fixed angle is created by attaching the other end to our 4×6 plate, then adding some fluff and hiding the “A frame”‘s obviousness by using the small curved slopes.
You’ll also notice the 4×4 round plate in Medium Stone Grey being used as the face of the turntable: these plates clip directly to the Black turntable base, and can just as easily be removed.
As well as adding the two fence parts, we construct this device to place on the turntable, which tilts back and forth.
This thing right here looks innocent enough when we build it, and could be fashioned into a vehicle as an alternative build if you like – but once the chains are added it takes on a slightly darker meaning.
The potential vehicle turned torture rack launchpad is added on top of the tilting gadget, with the Trans Red 1×2 plate providing a guide for fitting it. Note that an equally menacing looking Technic gear has been added to the Red axle, to make the rack easier to turn.
For anyone who doesn’t think there’s enough restraining going on, we also have a handcuff rack to add, complete with handcuffs. You know, for when you want to really hold that sucker down.
Here we begin to add a control panel, which makes use of the first pair of Black curved slopes. Unlike with the handcuff rack, a hinged brick joins it to the octagonal plate to allow for folding and expansion.
The main interface makes use of an otherwise useless Black mudguard and printed tile, and attaches to the expandable arm with a hook plate. This means you can turn the interface independently of the arm.
Finally we can get started on a device even more menacing than the torture rack: the Big Bad Laser. At least, that’s what it looks like it is.
The horse hitching is used as the body of the laser, with all kinds of parts – including a grille 2×2 round brick in Medium Stone Grey – attached to it.
The brand new hose connects both ends of the body, with one end being inserted directly into the grille round brick, and the other inserted into a Blue Technic half pin that goes inside of the Red hinge.
The body of the Big Bad Laser hooks on to the expandable arm of the control panel, though you may have some trouble keeping things intact.
The business end of the laser is mostly constructed from Technic parts, including that elusive transparent belt wheel. Though the use of the Trans Red bar is cool, a short antenna might have been a better choice (in my opinion).
In any case, the laser attaches to the body using the Black friction pin.
Let the torture commence!