Aurore

[MOC] Mitgardia Advent Calendar

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As I really enjoyed all the custom Advent calendars that can be found all over Eurobricks, I decided to create one for Mitgardia. 

Starting from this Sunday, I'll update this topic with one build or minifig per day!

Note : for family reasons, I also built a second Advent calendar - only minifigs and with a Fairy Tale theme. It can be found here.

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Week 1

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Week 2

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Nothing thrills me more than the holidays spirit painting the roads of Mitgardia. 

What an incredible idea, lady Aurore! Can’t wait to see all the little Mitgardian gems that will show up in the following days. 

Excellent initiative!

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Awesome!  I love the pastries.  Some from the HPWW CMF series I see.  Very nice!

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@Grover Thank you! I'm indeed quite fond of the HPWW cinnamon roll...somehow, it does look yummy despite being just a piece of plastic! :grin_wub:

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Day 2 : Baker
The "snow pie" is a traditional Mitgardian cake, made of a creamy soft cheese mixture on a shortcrust pastry. Since every family has their own recipe, variants with additional ingredients such as raisins or a drop of honey are not uncommon.   
Shamelessy inspired by the Käsekuchen from Alsace and Germany.

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1 hour ago, Aurore said:

Day 2 : Baker

Great torso skirt combination! :thumbup:

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@Grover This is really great! If the Queen enjoys Mitgardian cookies, then she should win the heart of at least a part of the population...But beware : if she visits Mitgardian Winter Markets, she's at risk of being stuck with a sweet old lady explaining her the more-than-two-thousand types of traditional cookies - and their variants.

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I forgot a whole phrase. That's what happen when I do something before having taken my coffee...

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Day 3 : Bretzel Barrel

Instantly recognisable specialties from southern Mitgardia.

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Fun pastry theme you've got going here so far!  Great selection of cookies on the first one and I like the look of that pretzel barrel!

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This one is great also! Will there be a big scene on 24th?

Having a Mitgardian one is especially heart-warming.

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@Yooha Thank you again! All the builds and figs could be used in a same diorama, but I have not built such a scene. 

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Day 5 : Wild Man

When nights seem endless and icy winds howl over Mitgardia, wild men venture out of the forests and prowl closer and closer to the villages…

Inspired by the Bavarian "Wilder Mann" and "Krampus" creatures, who prowl in the villages on the evening of December 5th.

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