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ALBION - Explorer´s Stable

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The Explorer´s Stable a construction on the inner sanctum, the quarters for the explorers provides the best men to undertake missions requiring dexterity and skill concerning tracking, exploration, search and protection of roads.

The stables can be considered a minor construction compared with those for the Flights of Dragons and actually are, because their task is different, but undoubtedly its horses are superior to many that you can find the length and breadth of Historica.

The explorer´s forces originally were mostly avalonians of the provinces, this has changed under the command of the half-elf, Arfelan, since have joined its strength both as forestmen and wood elves making their diminished once numbers, again to become a force to be on consideration.

Every Lord of Avalonia each has at its disposal the services of a few explorers to patrol their lands, although it must be said that the highest concentration of forces are scattered both in the Enchanted Forest and in the plains bordering Kaliphlin.

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Explorer´s Stables Brickshelf.

Comments and Criticism are appreciated. :classic:

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Nice! Could you show some more angles and close-ups please?

Hi, sure I am going to take some more pics for the interior and other angles, but natural light is almost gone here.

At the moment some pics have been added to the folder.

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Very Nice, I like the rustic utilitarian feel to it, and the use of horse armor as a sign is great.

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I know that your brick collection is pretty limited but what you do with it is great! :thumbup: Get more LEGO!

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A good stable with a great horsey sign. The Green Avalonia colours used well. Although it could have been used as a band of colour between the first and second levels of the buildings. :thumbup:

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