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Cedrica City Block(Picture heavy(A))

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A vibrant part of the Historica's Grand Capital.

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Close-ups:

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Under street level: cellars and torture chamber.

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Ground Floor: Greengrocer, bakery, and Sherrif's office.

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First Floor: Taxidermist and Living Quarters

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Second Floor: Atelier, Living Quarters and Bedroom

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Third Floor: Bedroom, City Records and an appartment.

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Roof level: Barber, Homeless Shelter and Rooftop

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Top Builds: Scientist House and Aviary

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Beautiful as always Z! Love all the interiors. That takes so much work to have it look good on the inside and out! My favorite shop has to be the carrier pigeon one.

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So much interior detail here, I also love the quirky layout!  The aviary is really cute, also really like the living quarters and various shops.  A vibrant block of the capital, indeed!

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It’s as if Lego had made a Ninjago City module for Avalonia. Amazing, and so much fun to look at!

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This is great.  I really love the look of the covered stairway on the outside.  The colors and designs are nice and striking.  Very impressed with all the interiors too.  So many unique designs and parts of buildings here.  Everything seems to flow well together and each section is different and fun to look at.  

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Really like the inspiration here from Ninjago City/Dock/Garden. Does not feel cobbled up randomly, but instead really feel and look integrated.

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Always a joy seeing your large scale medieval city models :excited:

Great stone detailing throughout, with the bley accents on the tallest tower being especially cool :thumbup:

The enclosed wooden walkway is a great unique addition, and I love that you included full interiors. And extra accessible ones at that with both lift off floors and hinging walls!

And plenty of fun minifigure activity bringing the scene to life too :sweet:

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On 4/10/2021 at 9:14 AM, MKJoshA said:

Beautiful as always Z! Love all the interiors. That takes so much work to have it look good on the inside and out! My favorite shop has to be the carrier pigeon one.

Errmmm... not Z... "E"!!!!

 

This is very much GoH meets Ninjago City.  I love it.  A very interesting idea.

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26 minutes ago, ZCerberus said:

Errmmm... not Z... "E"!!!!

Oh no! I'm already starting to forget the right order of the alphabet!

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Heck of an MOC Ecc!  Loving all the interiors, but your detailing on the exteriors and blending of the styles there is really great.

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The idea of a Ninjago city style guilds build is brilliant and you've done an amazing job with it, Ecc!  Everything about this is really nice (especially all those interiors!), and I love the upside-down lanterns and the use of those two-sided cheese slopes on the battlements and roof!  Very nice color choices as well, and great work all around! :sweet:

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This looks great. The mix of different building styles, the use of colour, the details!

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Wow!  This build is ridiculous in its size!  I love all the detail, and how you used the inspiration from the Ninjago city set to build up instead of out, which seems appropriate given that Cedrica is probably packed.  The mix of various colors is great and your color blocking does a very good job at not making everything seem like a hodgepodge.  Very well done, and I love some of the humor!

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Wow! This is one of the best GoH builds in a long time! Love the level of details and how this hints of a whole vibrant core of the capital city :thumbup:

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Impressive work! It reminds me of a medieval version of LEGO's "Ninjago City" set.

So much to love about this, but my favorite parts (just to mention a few) would be the "bird coop" on the roof, the battlements, and the "covered bridge" running along the side of the building. 

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22 minutes ago, socalbricks said:

Impressive work! It reminds me of a medieval version of LEGO's "Ninjago City" set.

Also reminds me a bit of the multiple layers of buildings in the area of Edinburgh where Victoria Terrace runs along above Victoria St (switch to the 3D view here).

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