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#1 WhiteFang

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Posted 04 December 2008 - 04:18 PM

Pillage the Village Voting - LARGE Division


The pictures are links to the entry threads, there you can find the rest of the pictures for each entry.

Rules for voting

- You may only make one post in this thread.
- You may vote for 3 entries - 1st, 2nd and 3rd
- Voting is done via posting as there is no poll.
- The first line of your post should indicating your first choice and match one of the lines above the pictures (example: 1. Dreamweb- The Spaniards are attacking!) .
- The second line of your post should indicating your second choice and match one of the lines above the pictures.
- The third line of your post should indicating your third choice and match one of the lines above the pictures.
- The fourth line of your post should be empty.
- From line 5, you can write whatever you like (e.g. motive your choice, indicate what other entries you like, ...).
- Whatever you write from line 5 onwards will count for the Creative Critic Awards.
- If you joined Eurobricks after 1st of December you are not allowed to vote!!!
- Voting for your own entry is allowed.

1. Dreamweb - The Spaniards are attacking!

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2. DNL

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3. Lego12 - Jungle Cage

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4. NewRight - Port Royale Magnifigio

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5. Fenrir - Room of a thousand confession

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6. Talon Karrde

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7. Patriot720 - Massacre at Pirates Cove

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8. Buttons - Standoff

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9. RichardAM - Attack

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10. Genaral armendariz

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11. 74louloute  - Cruelty and Loyalty

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12. Wouwie13 - A bad day

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13. Deathdog - Sacking Queenstown

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14. Paul cantu - The Raid on the Governor's Mansion

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15. Erdbeereis1 - Gorilla Bay

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16. Matn - Hide the women and children!

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17. Black Rabbit - Finger Bone Island

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18. I Scream Clone - Bones and Calamari

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19. Lt. de Martinet - Attack on Fort de Triomphe

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20. AL FREDDO - The Atrocity Island

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21. Infomaniac  - Attack on French Fjord

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22. Davy_Blocks - Castaway Pirates

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23. Nich Artri - Knock, Knock, Boom, Splat!

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24. Sandy - Las Sirenes en Porto Faro

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25. Pirate4life - Captain Readbeard strikes again!

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26. Chrispockster - The Treasure of Indigo Isle

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27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique

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28. Mr. Crimson - Attack on Port Williams

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29. Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro

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30. Olog - Shark Attack!

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31. Fat Tony - We pillage, we plunder, we rifle and loot....

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32. SirNadroj - The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon

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33. Guss - Pillaging and Liberating

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34. Pe668 - Finders Keepers, Loosers Bleeders

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35. Vadim - Attack on the Island of the Ancient tower

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36. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 12:57 PM

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 01:02 PM

(1) 27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
(2) 2. DNL
(3) 30. Olog - Shark Attack!

Le Quartier Brique stood out to me as the entry packed with the most action, every little detail contributed to an amazing display of great building skill.

DNL, same reasons as above really, just Captain Kirk pipped you at the post  :sad:

Olog - this had to go in because the brick built schooner was especially impressive, and the concept was hilarious.

Overall, a very high standard of entries (apart from mine  :pir_laugh2: ) so very well done to everyone!
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Posted 21 December 2008 - 01:16 PM

First- 27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
Second- 29. Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro
Third- 2. DNL

My entry should've even be listed, it was nowhere near finished.  :pir_laugh2:

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 02:40 PM

1st. Captain Kirk Le Quartier Brique
2. SirNadroj The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon
3. Lord King of Everything Die for the King!
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Posted 21 December 2008 - 02:57 PM

#1 27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
#2 2. DNL
#3 36. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!

First of all, I saw a lot of great entries. However there can be only one winner: a lot of tiny scenes in a huge build. Great stuff  :jollyroger:
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#7 Dan Church

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 03:06 PM

I vote as follows:

1st:#32- Sir Nadroj's Neptune's Noggin Lagoon

2nd:#27 Capt. Kirk's Le Quartier Brique

3rd: #36 Lord King of Everything's Die for the King

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 03:50 PM

1. 21 Infomaniac attack on french fjord
2. 20 Al Freddo Atrocity island
3. 19 lt. de martinet Attack on Fort de Triomphe

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 04:07 PM

1st: SirNadroj - The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon
2nd. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
3rd. Guss - Pillaging and Liberating

Capt Kirk was a close 4th :pir-classic:
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#10 Mike F

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 04:27 PM

1.Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro
2.Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
3.Chrispockster - The Treasure of Indigo Isle



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Posted 21 December 2008 - 04:56 PM

27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
32. SirNadroj - The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon
2. DNL

Capt. Kirk's entry was fantastic! It was greatly detailed and it really stood out to me. Good job! SirNadroj's entry was really creative and it had many, many details in it and a lot of action. DNL's entry which I liked very, was again, like the other entries, detailed and with a lot of gruesome things in it. Good luck to you all! :jollyroger:
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Posted 21 December 2008 - 05:53 PM

1 Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
2 Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro
3 Chrispockster - The Treasure of Indigo Isle

Damn hard decision, waaaay too many fantastic entries...
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Posted 21 December 2008 - 05:58 PM

1. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
2. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
3. Olog - Shark Attack!

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 06:11 PM

1.  Lord King of Everything (Awesome job man!  Really great feel to the whole scene!)

2.  Sir Nadroj  (As always, brillant.)

3.  Capt. Kirk  (I like the level and hieght!)

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 06:53 PM

29. Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro

26. Chrispockster - The Treasure of Indigo Isle

19. Lt. de Martinet - Attack on Fort de Triomphe


I feel kind of bad voting for myself, but I worked so hard on my entry I couldn't resist. Looks like I'm gonna need a lot more votes...   :pir-sceptic:


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Edited by exotrator, 21 December 2008 - 07:09 PM.


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Posted 21 December 2008 - 07:00 PM

1. 27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
2. 19. Lt. de Martinet - Attack on Fort de Triomphe
3. 29. Exotrator - The Pirates of San Pedro

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 07:12 PM

36. Lord of Everything- Die for the King!
29. Exotrator-  The Pirates of San Pedro
32. SirNadroj- The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon

So many great entries, and so hard to choose... :pir-cry_happy: I eventually picked the best three out of the 36 entries.
     My first place goes to Lord of Everthing's entry titled "Die for the King!". It was an amazingly well done MOC, and everything is so realistic that it hardly even looks like Lego anymore! The ship was just breath-taking, and the rock formation and Kracken are spectacular, as well. To add on to all of that, there are so many details hidden throughout the scene that really show how dedicated this guy is. Congrats on making such a wonderful entry, LOE!
      Exotrator takes my second place, because of the amazing architecture, especially with the roofs. This entry really caught my eye, and really makes me feel like I'm actually there. The vegetation, beach (nice use of dark tan), water, and stone wall are all spectacular, and the overall color scheme s very well done. Excellent work, Exotrator!
     Finally, I voted SirNadroj for third place. We all know that he is one of the best MOCers out there, and he has really proved that in this entry. The stone shaped like Neptune's head, for example, is something that I would have never thought possible with Lego. Everything else, like the amazing ship, buildings, and details, are all factors that made this entry one of the best. Great work, Nadroj!

My honorable mentions go to...

34. Pe668- Finders, Keepers, Losers, Bleeders: What a creative entry! mixing Mini and regular scale building techniques, and throwing in some excellent details, really make this entry one-of-a-kind.

33. Guss- Pillaging and Liberating: This entry shows a vast amount of detail, yet it keeps everything simple and not too crowded. The best point in this MOC is the pirate ship, but the small jungle and buildings are equally great, not to mention the little details.

27. Capt. Kirk- Le Quartier Barique: There are so many great details in this one, like the stone path. The architecture is also nice, and it has some really good cruelty parts.

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I also liked DNL's entry, because of the great detailing, and also Sandy's, which really reminded me the game Super Mario Sunshine. Also, a special mention goes to Black Rabbit's Finger Bone Island entry. That has to be the cruelest entry of them all! :pir_laugh2:

Wow, this was a great contest, with many great entries and great prizes to be won. I and a lot of fun critiquing them, and it was a great idea to have the Creative Critic contest.  Once again, good luck to all!

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 07:36 PM

27. Capt. Kirk-Le Quartier Brique
36. Lord King of Everything-Die for the King!
32. SirNadroj-The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon


I really liked the large divison entries a lot. I wanted to vote for my own but there were too many that were better than mine. I especially like Lord King of Everythings entry because it had a great ship, humor, and landscaping which makes it amazing.

The honorable mention has to be: DNL he was up with the best of the entries.

Edited by Paul cantu, 21 December 2008 - 07:36 PM.


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Posted 21 December 2008 - 07:48 PM

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 08:15 PM

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 08:17 PM

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 08:57 PM

27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
36. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
2. DNL

Le Quartier Brique is one of the best competition MOCs I've seen in any competition, Lord King of Everything's Ship is a thing of beauty, and while DNL's entry is excellent, the collapsing masonry is special.

all the entries are great, best of luck to all,

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 09:18 PM

34. Pe668 - Finders Keepers, Loosers Bleeders
27. Capt. Kirk - Le Quartier Brique
31. Fat Tony - We pillage, we plunder, we rifle and loot....  

34- I love the microscale part!
27- Just amazing!
31- Great rendition of the ride!

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 09:23 PM

36. Lord King of Everything - Die for the King!
32. SirNadroj - The Pillaging of Neptune's Noggin Lagoon
19. Lt. de Martinet - Attack on Fort de Triomphe

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Posted 21 December 2008 - 09:29 PM

1. 36. Lord King of Everything-Die for the King
2. 27. Capt. Kirk-le Quartier Brique
3. 19. Lt. de Martinet-Attack on fort de Triomphe

Lord King of Everything I love the skull on the back of the ship! :pir-skull: I want to see how you did it so i can make one myself. Nice idea to have the soldiers taken prisoner to be eaten by the (monster?). Cool design on the (monsters) mouth.

Capt. Kirk great brick-like design on the buildings and the floor. that must have taken a while! i really like all the pirates running around pillaging the village. It fits in great with the theme.

Lt. de Martinet I love the curved wall on the fortress! The smoke is really cool too. Nice idea to use the torn capes as sails!
I might have to try that myself now.  :pir_laugh2:

Paul Cantu I really wanted to vote for you. The governers mansion is really cool and a nice idea. :pir-blush:

DNL I really wanted to vote for you too! Great pillage of the village!

Fat Tony Your lighting effect is so cool! It makes the fire look real! If it was real fie i would be mad at you for burning LEGOs.  :pir_laugh2: The guy attempting to "extinguish" the fire is funny. I wanted to vote for you really badly! :pir_bawling:




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