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Lt. Col. Thok

Lower Canada, 1813

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A small British outpost in Upper Canada (Ontario) during the winter of 1813.

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The Sergeant parades his troops in front of the cannons (deep snow, eh?)

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Good Day, gentlemen!

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The Colonel (me :pir-tongue: ) rides past his men and his cannons

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A cannon sabotaged by the enemy.

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Our firepower.

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Another overview.

Explanation: With some new snow and Pirate sets, I decided to take some pics.

Stay tuned for the rest of the series!

Edited by SlyOwl
Changed Lower Canada into Upper Canada

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Oh cool! I tottaly wish it snows were i live. It almost never does! :pir_bawling:

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Well umm... Upper canada is ontario, Lower canada is quebec

Bollocks! Oh...I fell bad! :pir-blush: I should have remembered that.

Admin, please change!

Edited by Lt. Col. Thok

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Looking good, although considering this is snowy Ontario I'd change the fern leaf pieces on the wall to something else.

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Very smart thinking including snow. I think it makes the background look even better!

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I like it very well and the snow has a very nice effect on this.

But just like Hawkii9 said: tropical leaves don't really fit in here. I understand you've just combined some sets together and it looks still pretty cool.

Nice work. :thumbup:

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I live in New Brunswick and I HATE THE SNOW :pir-sick::thumbdown::pir-angry::pir-sad::sick::pir_mad:

I agree with the other fellows, there wouldn't be green leaves growing on a wall in Ontario. But still a good job by using the snow.

Edited by Broadside

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That looks really Nice Lt Thok. Perhaps you could put a thin layer of snow on the bricks and figs next time. :pir-classic:

Darn, I wish I took advantage of the heavy snowfall earlier this month.. A missed oportunity, I guess.

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