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This is a great MOC, the water tehchnic is excellent and good job on detailing the buildings. OUTSTANDING

I agree and some excellent figures are all over this MOC! :thumbup:

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Very nice. Lots of details to poor over here. Look for this to be blogged soon!

[bloggedcp][/bloggedcp]

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Very nice creation and what I especially like is, so many fleshies!

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Great MOC with nice atmosphere and very good colour choices.

But ... BLUECOATS WITH FLESH HEADS!!! My head! It hurts!

.... poor bluecoats.

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This is a fantastic build, so many details, i love how the bluecoats are chasing the pirates :pir_laugh2: , great, great, great......

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Great MOC with fantastic detail and atmosphere. There is a story going on... Great!

Only thing I dislike: The water looks a bit like cullets...

Nevertheless awesome work!

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I really like this build, its just so active yet perfectly neat, tidy and professional looking

The soldier saving the baby is a particular highlight,as is the burning building and robbers on the roof.

Thanks for building this its great (secretly I want the bluecoats to win :bonaparte: )

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Such an amazing scene, very well done.

Is that head in the water a baby? Nice details.

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Thanks all for your comments and for blogging too! :pir-cry_happy:

But ... BLUECOATS WITH FLESH HEADS!!! My head! It hurts!

.... poor bluecoats.

I know somebody dislikes the mix of old school bodys and newest flesh heads. But I like flesh more than yellow. I think it's just a matter of taste. :pir-classic:

Only thing I dislike: The water looks a bit like cullets...

Maybe. But I think to make the water is the hardest thing. I like my variant but it's not perfect, I know.

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Thanks all for your comments and for blogging too! :pir-cry_happy:

You're welcome. Like I said, and as others have echoed you did a great job of making the scene feel alive but you had enough control to show us some great building skills.

Keep it up and you are sure to be blogged again.

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