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Lena is taken

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The sewers were an idea from Kaliphlin, that de Gothia took with him to his new city Sionnach. It worked very well and took the waste out of the city and in to Avonmora, the river that ran through Sionnach. Little did the Avalonians know about the soldiers wading through the sewers. They came up next to the alarm tower in Sionnach. This tower had one purpose, alert the citizens if a danger was close, a fire or an enemy. 

 

The soldiers had one mission. Take Lena de Gothia alive and bring her out of the city. 

 

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Guard sleeping on duty...

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Our leader wants Lena alive!!!

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Come now if you want your guards to live!

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Don´t move!

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Just be quiet and hope your Lady don´t make a scene!

 

 

C&C most welcome!

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Great scene and staging. My favorite part is the bell! Also love the use of that Ninjago hair.

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A great action scene, dG!  I really like the dark tan bricks built into the wall too, and the hanging flowers/olive vines.  Great job with the sewer opening too! :thumbup: 

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Oh, how dare they?

A very nice MOC for sure! As has been said before, the minifigs really shine with lovely posing and composition, but the build is quite nice too. Especially the bell and the gallery (great use of 1x1 round plates there) are sweet touches :thumbup: I'm also a bit suprised that the olive green plates worked so well as vegetation...

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Where are they taking her? All Avalonians unite and hunt these bastards!

Awesome build! And the facial expressions! 

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How dare they do such a thing?

Anyways, great build, I particularly like the fig posing, but I also like the tan color used on the roof of the tower. 

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