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"The Sea Rat"

Granted the room didn't have any windows and the floorboards creaked, but the Sea Rat was grateful his room had solid walls and a real floor this Merrymas season.

As he lay back on his bed, he thought about how much more comfortable it was than the stable he’d been hiding out in this time last year. He even had a modicum of privacy!

Things were looking up.

Still, he daydreamed of riches.

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Originally debuted as the December 10th entry in the Brethren of the Brick Seas Advent Calendar 2020

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10 hours ago, Mister Phes said:

A splendid vignette! :pir-huzzah2:

We should consider this for the frontpage @Ayrlego and @Professor Thaum.

 

9 hours ago, Professor Thaum said:

I'm on it.

Very original idea, I like it !

Thanks for the consideration!

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In response to some questions from a Facebook share about how the dream cloud is made/attached:

The dream cloud part is held in place simply by gravity (it's sitting on the bottom vignette). In retrospect, would have been good to anchor it onto a stud on the corner or something for stability. The dream cloud has a 12x6 footprint and there are SNOT bricks on the 1st and 6th rows of side bricks. The top has a 2x slit left open to let light in

Edited by evancelt

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That is a very clever idea for a MOC but there are two inaccuracies on roman helmets were not mad eat the time of pirates and two they were never made of gold

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10 hours ago, Thedarkmaster2 said:

That is a very clever idea for a MOC but there are two inaccuracies on roman helmets were not mad eat the time of pirates and two they were never made of gold

Thanks! Not sure quite what you mean about the helmet, though :pir-classic:

Not suggesting the helmet was made during era in the MOC. Roman times happened before Pirate times so ancient helmets may have been antiquities and kept as treasure.

Superposition, order of operations, and all that! For example, dinosaur bones found by imperial guards.

Anyway, dreams are limitless so the imagination is boundless. :pir-huzzah2:

Edited by evancelt
Added a dino bones link!

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