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[G:F14 | U vs. DK] Forging a Dwarven Knight

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In the Rakath Moutanins, the Steel Meridian have restored a lost underground city called Vern Badur. The city was fairly small and was seized by Osric Isentooth and his rats many years ago, when he was in power. Those forces have left that area a while ago to fight for the Desert King. Since the Steel Meridian mercenaries have been hired to fight for the First Centurion, they've been saving their coin for a rather peculiar project. Their inventors have been researching ways to build strong mechanized men. Some old Dwarven scrolls speak of a way to bring life into the non-living. since this project has been financed greatly, one of the leading inventors, Nothek Ironjaw, has forged a 6-foot tall steel man that has interchangeable parts so it can shoot a crossbow bolt in the left arm and wield a sword in the other. The man has cogs on the inside but is powered by a gem that has trapped souls from fallen allies. If they were to use the souls from fallen enemies, that would just defeat the purpose of these fighting on there side. With the war sending the price of Steel up the wall, forging these aren't that easy, especially with having everything so precise and with this being their first build and prototype, it has yet to see it's effectiveness in combat before any streamline production can begin.

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C&C Welcome and appreciated!

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Here are some extra pictures:

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Nice idea!

Thanks, LV! :classic:

Neat build, I like the SNOT wall :thumbup:

This was my first time at doing a SNOT build and I'm glad you like it. :classic:

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Bar the "streamlined production" bit, I think you managed to fit your story nicely within the Lore of Historica - I like the idea of the trapped souls of fallen allies! :thumbup:

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Bar the "streamlined production" bit, I think you managed to fit your story nicely within the Lore of Historica - I like the idea of the trapped souls of fallen allies! :thumbup:

Thanks, Bregir. :classic:

I didn't want to break any lore but so I thought carefully about the idea and I'm glad you like it and the story.

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Very nice creation! I really like the techniques you used (for instance for the wall) and the photos :thumbup:

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One of these springs to my mind:

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I'm hoping for more brick-built mechs though and less pre-fab in the future; but, I really like where this could head. :thumbup:

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Very nice creation! I really like the techniques you used (for instance for the wall) and the photos :thumbup:

Thank you Balbo! :classic:

One of these springs to my mind:

I'm hoping for more brick-built mechs though and less pre-fab in the future; but, I really like where this could head. :thumbup:

That was one of my inspirations for doing this but apart from anything in The Elder Scrolls, I was actually inspired by Hyperion from Borderlands! I'm glad you like it though and I too want to see what happens due to this. :wink:

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Of course there is a drop in steel production, the Nestlands got invaded by Ulandians. The Clans' miners and smithies aren't likely return until all invaders are repelled.

I actually like the masonry floor better than the wall.

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Nice work here Goliath, the wall and floor both look good (what little we can see of them :wink: ), and the idea is intriguing! :thumbup:

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Nice little scene!

Nice work here Goliath, the wall and floor both look good (what little we can see of them :wink: ), and the idea is intriguing! :thumbup:

Thanks, glad you guys like it. :classic:

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