Instructions to build your own LEGO Scorch from Titanfall 2

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In the past we’ve featured many impressive fan recreations of the titans from Titanfall 2, but making them yourself was a hard sell without the parts list and instructions to go along with them.

Thankfully Nick Brick – a big name in the community for his scale builds of fantasy weaponry – has us covered giving anyone exactly what they need to build Scorch.

A fan-favourite, Scorch usually goes by “Papa Scorch” and is beloved for the fact that he’s a giant mech that shoots fire. What more could you need, really?

This version fits a minifigure pilot and is made up of 1 345 parts. The instructions for it are available in video format embedded below, but there are other options for following along.

The model has been uploaded to Bricklink, which is a secondhand marketplace for LEGO pieces. It now features the capacity for viewing instructions and that’s what’s possible here.

Aside from looking like instructions you’d get from LEGO themselves, you can also rotate the 3D model around to see how exactly everything fits together, should you get lost.

If that isn’t good enough for you, the Bricklink integration makes it much easier to order the parts you’d need to make your own. While those of us in smaller countries like South Africa will have a harder time here, you will be surprised by how many local sellers there are.

Total cost for your custom creation will differ wildly depending on what sellers you choose, colour substitutions used, and if you decide to use any existing pieces you may already have.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of