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Legonardo

Elemental Aftermath.

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Rod, a village in Glevum, was nearly completely destroyed by a terrible monster of magma. fortunately that elemental has been defeated, but Rod is in ruins. this MOC depicts a boy who's parents where killed in the attack and his grandfather heading to seek refuge in Gruven, where many have opened up there homes. they say their last goodbye to their once magnificent house, now only standing due to the rain that fell shortly after it was set ablaze.

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Another quick build from me, possibly my quickest yet, just 2 and a half hours!

C&C welcome

~Legonardo

Edited by Legonardo Davidy

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A lovely idea, really well executed! I especially like the use of black tiles and plates to indicate the singed sections.

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Cool. I agree, it does look like it was charred.

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great moc, I can actually see the lines of the fire burning :P)

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Very well done and as others have said the black works really well showing the burned part of the house.

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Very nice indeed! Very emotional aswell. The black has a really hreat effect on the burnt parts... Maybe add some stone laying on the ground around the wall that is broken?

Sent the boy to me when he is 13 to be a squire and then a mighty knight of Avalonia!

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Cool. I agree, it does look like it was charred.

Indeed, the black "burned" parts adds a lot to that!

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Loving the roof, the charred effect is awesome. This has got to be my new favorite from you.

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