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Tournament of Retribution Entry

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Oops... I forgot the "II" in the subject line... admin please fix!

While our hero, ZCerberus, sits in his tower at Fort Brighton East

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Redcoat minion: Sir! We have terrible news! The cowardly blue coats have kidnapped the most beautiful lady in all the land, the face that could launch a thousand ships... Lady Helen of Toy!

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ZCerberus: We must rescue her!

Redcoat Minion: ... but how? The bluecoats are not smart, cunning, or good looking, but they have a fortress with an absurdly large door!

ZCerberus: I know just the thing!

Much, much later, at the fortress with an absurdly large door:

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Bluecoat Minion: Wow, look at that giant tribute to Helen of Toy, we must bring it inside our fortress with an absurdly large door!

Redcoat Minion: This is just like what the Greeks done at Troy, except they were in a horse, instead of a woman's breasts...

At sunset, the redcoats sneak out the back hatch to capture the bluecoats inside the fortress with the absurdly large door:

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The redcoat raiders have no problem rounding up the hapless bluecoat minions.

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ZCerberus: Now you bluecoat cowards, we will return to Fort Brighton so you may face your punishment!

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ZCerberus: Boys.... GO BANANAS!!

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Helen of Toy: My hero!

Okay, so not my best effort, but I was convinced the deadline was the 15th! Oh well! Thanks for looking!

Edited by ZCerberus

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the first time I saw a Redcoat, I always knew they wanted to be bluecoats, since they have always been a copycat... :pir-sad2:

now they have to use the greek design...well :pir-hmpf: , then we may soon see his proudly fleet using oars again :pir-tongue:

nice entry!

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There you go, playing the S** card... what a dirty trick! :pirate_sad2:

(actually, not bad on the fort construction, and overall building quality)

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(yes, I said that....) :pir-oh3:

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Sure the gate is absurdly large :pir-laugh:

Fort Brighton East is a fantastic building and it's very suitable for comic backgrounds.

The MOC's in this comic are all very nice and I like the story too.

Good job :thumbup:

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A fantastic and comical entry. It is always nice to see your wonderful Fort Brighton and that Trojan head was awesome!

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Nice to see a literary reference! I loved the strategy to get past the door. Clever build and entertaining story.

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Just great! The idea with the head is perfect and very original. :pir-laugh:

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Very interesting story. :pir-classic: How us Redcoats used a a trojan head to get into the Bluecoat fortress. This should very soon be in the history books!

Great entry! :pir-sweet:

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General Redwater

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Bluecoats might be more than spineless, in fact it would appear to me that the are indeed boneless! :pir-laugh:

Great comic ZCeberus!

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Very entertaining! Great job. The mortars you made in the first picture are wonderful! Keep up the good work.

:jollyroger:

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It's official, the fact that there are bananas in this entry should make it win. Hands down.

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:pir-wub: I love it, but why thees bananas :pir-sick: ? I dont understand really. Its so funny, nice work. I am thinking now to buy a pirates set (i have never do it:pir-vader: ) Edited by Alibabo

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