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#76 Angeli

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 03:05 PM

View Postgedren_y, on 29 May 2012 - 03:24 AM, said:

gedren_y is wondering where the helmet on the Plankton head comes from, though.
from "Heroica" games :)

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 03:43 PM

So I was right! :wink:  We need not fear the Drow as of yet... All we need to do is destroy all the little monsters that come and go at Drow beckoning and then the Drow will lose ambition to conquer Historica!:devil:

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#78 Angeli

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Posted 03 June 2012 - 01:00 PM

There was a charity exhibition for one brave boy yesterday, and Elesee-Luna was part of it
It was also the end of this moonkeep, as I always disassemble the town after the exhibitions (easier to transport:)
Notice new roof on the first building on the right; spirals stairs on the two slim towers above the waterfalls; right building that is connected to the grand bridge has been totally reconstructed; there is a new ornament above the main entrance that is supported with chains; there are few more minifigs and giant flowers that were not present when challenge 3 was happening (like the sunflower between the reconstructed building and waterfalls; notice also that the microscale temple is up on a shelf, giving the impression of a faraway(nest) :)

All those things are new and built after the challenge ;)

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#79 Abu Dun

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Posted 03 June 2012 - 01:09 PM

Impressive as always and great job at making it part of a charity to help someone in need :thumbup:
The modifications are well-placed and contribute a lot to the overarcing theme, especially the temple being further away from the town and even higher up in the sky.

I'm positive your next project will be just as amazing and good luck at usurping the throne of Nocturnus - the guild needs a strong leader in days such as these :look:

#80 SkaForHire

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Posted 03 June 2012 - 07:57 PM

View PostAbu Dun, on 03 June 2012 - 01:09 PM, said:

Impressive as always and great job at making it part of a charity to help someone in need :thumbup:
The modifications are well-placed and contribute a lot to the overarcing theme, especially the temple being further away from the town and even higher up in the sky.

I'm positive your next project will be just as amazing and good luck at usurping the throne of Nocturnus - the guild needs a strong leader in days such as these :look:


I have to second that, great job Angeli helping out with the benefit. That is what LEGO should be about, coming together to play and for good causes.
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#81 Angeli

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 12:11 AM

Thank you, it was not just me, there were a bunch of skilled, experienced builders that showed their creations; also a bunch of kids showed their creations too, and they were all lovely, to the spot ;) We sold some sets, and charged entrance as much as people were willing to pay.

And I've also met the kid for whom all of this was arranged: he is a lovely child, so happy, strong, smart, lifting spirits with his smart eyes. I know a bunch of people with much less problems that are much more unhappy. And you can see how much he is loved by the fact that the girls with no more then 12-14 years from his elementary school were there all day, working as promoters, passing more then 5000 flayers in just a few hours, and as security (and the hardest one I've seen: "DO NOT TUCH THE LEGO, SIR!!! You act as a child, please behave!" :) And I am proud to say that with that group effort we acquired almost half of the fond needed (almost 1500 e, out of 3000 e). For the matter of fact, I've just had an idea: anyone that could help and wants to, should do that! Any Lego exhibit that could be patched up quickly could contribute with little more funds for this brave guy. Here is the link, it is in my native language, but you will get the point: he suffers from cerebral palsy, and after two surgeries he started to walk and now is in elementary school (he is ten years old:). And he now has to troubles to worry about: homework and his illness. I do think that he is happy about the first one :) And he is holding himself much MUCH better then I would in his place, I must admit that. Children can be so truthfully brave sometimes.
So, if there is someone who would/could help, I could connect you with his parents :) Or with who ever is in charge, but I do think they would be. Every month he has to receive a therapy that is 400e. I know that those 1500e that we collected and that he needs does not sound as much, but as my friend once told: "30 e is much if you do not have even 3 e"

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 09:05 PM

Great to see what is going on with this charity exhibition.
My respect for the commitment that you give for this!

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