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MAGE NETWORK NEWSFLASH!

Lady Phlici engaged to Desert King Ambassador!

Sands End is surprised and happy about this news!

Read all about it!

Yesterday, an official meeting with the ambassadors of the Ulandus, High Council and the Desert King took place in Sands End - accompanied by fine musicians.

Lat’ve, the Ulandus ambassador, had been in the city for a while, trying to win Lady Phlici's heart.

Hinz, the unshaven, ambassador for the High Council managed to arrive just in time, his attire slightly deranged by the plight of the voyage.

Apparently, Lady Phlici was shocked by his appearence.

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See Lady Phlici being shocked:

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Luckily, the Desert King's ambassador was there to save the day.

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It soon became clear that Lady Phlici only had eyes for the DK ambassador.

No big wonder though.

The elderly High Council guy, hungry from his journey, was more interested in cake anyway.

And Lat've, having been unable to get closer to Lady Phlici for weeks, took a fancy to the wine that was offered on the occasion.

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And so Lady Phlici fell in love with the charming young man from the desert - and she happily accepted his proposal.

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While Hinz was working his way through the cake...

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... and Lat've was drunk and fast asleep.

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What a happy ending for Lady Phlici and Sands End!

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Here you can see both 16x8 MOCs side by side:

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I keep wondering where I've seen the face of the DK's ambassador before...

(Not much space to do huge stories on 8x16 when you have to depict four different parties...)

C&C welcome.

Edited by Captain Braunsfeld
(pictures now on Bricksafe instead of flickr)

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Nice work here Captain Braunsfeld, I like the guy playing banjo up top! :laugh::thumbup:

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Nice scene, Captain. It seems to fit the limited space pretty well. The posing is good and the story is humorous. You make good use of that head for the HC fellow. And the two musicians are a nice addition. But where have I seen that DK man before? Hmm... could it be someone impersonating... you? Haha!

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Nice build CB, I really like your musicians on top of the wall! :laugh: Very nice job on the wall too! :thumbup:

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Great work, CB! I like that cake :thumbup:

It is very tasty!

Nice build ! :thumbup:

Merci!

Nice work here Captain Braunsfeld, I like the guy playing banjo up top! :laugh::thumbup:

In my mind it was supposed to be a sitar .... but it looks like a banjo :laugh:

Nice build! :thumbup:

Thanks!

Pretty nice scene!

I hope so!

Nice build! :thumbup:

:sweet:

I like that banjo player!

Yepp, he turned out to be a very positive and happy guy :grin:

Solid. :thumbup:

Thanks.

Nice scene, Captain. It seems to fit the limited space pretty well. The posing is good and the story is humorous. You make good use of that head for the HC fellow. And the two musicians are a nice addition. But where have I seen that DK man before? Hmm... could it be someone impersonating... you? Haha!

He's definitely original. May resemble my sigfig... (I need to put myself together again now that the pictures have been taken....)

Nice build CB, I really like your musicians on top of the wall! :laugh: Very nice job on the wall too! :thumbup:

I tried to be similar to the existing pictures of Sands End.

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Very funny, good job :thumbup:

Happy that you like it!

Hehe, very creative! Seriously, though, nice build! The minfigs take center stage, but they do so well.

Yepp, love is all you need!

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Fantastic work! I love the guitar and all the details on the wall :wub:

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Absolutely brilliant entry Captain Braunsfeld! I had quite a few laughs as I enjoyed this story! :thumbup: That passed out Ulandian... :laugh:

Really great work here, these two builds tell a fantastic story!

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Fantastic work! I love the guitar and all the details on the wall :wub:

Thanks.

About the details on the wall: Here's a true story. My younger son once took a book that contained a mapping between hierogplyphics and the alphabet - and he started to transcribe what was written there.

(I had never thought about deciphering that stuff.) And he came up with a solution which was - in hindsight - pretty obvious.

You may want to try yourself.

This should work.

Absolutely brilliant entry Captain Braunsfeld! I had quite a few laughs as I enjoyed this story! :thumbup: That passed out Ulandian... :laugh:

Really great work here, these two builds tell a fantastic story!

Great - it was fun for me too. :laugh:

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Brilliant entry, great comedy in the minifig expressions

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Brilliant entry, great comedy in the minifig expressions

Thanks - but it is all very serious! :laugh:

Lots of nice details here, well done! :thumbup:

Thank you!

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Sweet wall, and I really like the musicians' instruments :thumbup:

As with many of your other recent builds, you make great use of different facial expressions :classic:

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Sweet wall, and I really like the musicians' instruments :thumbup:

As with many of your other recent builds, you make great use of different facial expressions :classic:

Thanks - yes it has turned out for me to be a lot of fun to apply the "right" faces.

I am very happy with the happy banjo/sitar player.

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