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[Esl - FB 1 apr] : Meeting the Doctor and his companions

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Here is the continuation of the story we started with Tomsche.

The previous episodes are :

Visiting a friend

The house of knowledge

Setting out to Elysabethtown

Meeting the Doctor and his companions :

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The Doctor Gellibrand and his two companions Donna and Clara took land on Elysabethtown and tryed to find Felipe's new house.

Seeing a guard near a small apparently brand new house, the Doctor asked him :

- Tell me my dear, is it the new residence of el senor Felipe de la Manzana ?

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The guard stood right and answered :

- Yes sir ! I am guarding the house. We heard by our Corries neighbours about some troubles from dissident natives so I have to protect el senor de la Manzana now. He is awaiting you inside. You can pass.

- Well, well ! Thank you, young lad.

Felipe de la Manzana was at his desk preparing his next trade run while Basil was at the kitchen preparing some refreshments for the incomers. Felipe rushed to the door when he heard the conversation outside.

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- Ah ! welcome to my new residence in Elysabethtown my dear Doctor... erh.. Doctor who ? Felipe missed the name of the leader of the scientist group...

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- Doctor Gellibrand, senor, and here are my two young companions : miss Donna and miss Clara. They will help us in our endeavor.

- Nice to meet you !

- I have a letter from Lord Smaugton for you. He insured us that we have full rights to study the Ténotclaxcans in Berelli but we will need Eslandian agreement too, so if you were pleased to sign it.

- Of course I will do that. Said Felipe while taking the letter.

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Basil passed through the Patio (courtyard) of the property to look at those corleanders scientists.

"What strange idea to hire women on such a team" he thought.

One of them seemed to be reading in his mind and sent him her best angry face. Basil thought he should stay at good distance from that girl.

"She doesn't seem to be so friendly..." he mutered.

To be continued...

Here are some overviews of the house :

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The roofs are removeable in order to have access to the inside.

A view from behind with the roof :

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And without the roof :

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The house is licensed as a small residence in Elysabethtown.

Hope you like it, C&C are welcome !

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Hahaha!! Clara and Donna? But no Amy, no Rose?

Neat building, I like a good Eslandola courtyard and fountain. The colours seem appropriate too. I'm intrigued to find out more about this Doctor fellow.

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Hahaha!! Clara and Donna? But no Amy, no Rose?

Neat building, I like a good Eslandola courtyard and fountain. The colours seem appropriate too. I'm intrigued to find out more about this Doctor fellow.

Haha ! Thank you !

So, no Rose and no Amy... Tomsche chose the names, so I will stay to the ones he picked.

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Your courtyard fountain is a clever idea. Nicely done!

And I love the DW references as well. All you need now is an appropriate antagonist: Master Drumbeat of the SS Dalek? pir_laugh2.gif

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I needed a brunette and a blackhaired one, not a ginger and a blonde ;-)

Glad they made it across the ocean safely, I like the garden in the house

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The outside has a classic feeling to IT, while the interior is you own! Good job!

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Love the Doctor Who references! And I must say that your bold color choices fit well with your scene. Good job!

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This has a nice classic look, and those vibrant colors really stand out. The interior is nice but my favorite feature just might be the courtyard - it looks like a quiet peaceful place to relax. Overall it's a neat little build.

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