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[A-MCRA - SHIP LEVEL] The adventures of Edmund Cooke S01E03: The Basement

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The Adventures of Edmund Cooke | S01E03 'The Basement'

We ended our story at Edmund Cooke's house: "You need an ocean-going vessel to make a voyage to these western reaches of the Great Northern Ocean!" replied Jim. Edmund looked at Alexandre. He gave a little nod and said, "I know the right person in Arlinsport for this job... His name is Parker."

The story now continues...

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BoBS - TAoEC S01E01 'Beerhunters'

Edmund Cooke
Edmund is a War-veteran who recently fought in the Seawatch Campaign. In addition, he is a renowned captain who likes to conquer the raging oceans. Edmund had come to Tiberia to meet an old friend, Mayor Mason Denear.

Bernard Claesen Speirdyke
Edmund Cooke's right-hand man. Bernard is Edmund's personal security guard and assistant. Bernard is originally from 'Wullham, Panarium, a settlement/island in The Great Ocean. 

Alexandre Bras-de-Fer
Navigator by profession. Takes care of Edmund's ship and navigates to the correct destination. He is also a good friend and advisor to Edmund.

Jim Corbett
Professional hunter and adventurer. He has seen many parts of the world and knows a lot about flora and fauna. No adventure is too crazy for him, no hunt is too dangerous for him!

A few days later, Edmund and Bernard came to Alexandre's basement in his house in Arlinsport. Alexandre had a man cave in his house where he spent many hours devising strategies, preparing new expeditions, enjoying a good glass of whiskey or dusting off his trinkets.

BoBS - TAoEC S01E03 'The Basement'

Alexandre was bent over the table. The table displayed an image of the map of the Northwest portion of the continent of Halos. Alexandre pointed with a stick at the white cross on the map. "Here," he said. "This is the area we're going to, the Kingdoms of the Great Raider. According to Jim Corbett, there should be polar bears. As I mentioned recently, I know someone who can build us a vessel to brave the Great Northern Ocean."

BoBS - TAoEC S01E03 'The Basement'

"As I mentioned recently, I know someone who can build us a vessel to brave the Great Northern Ocean However, I recently spoke to the Arlinsport Harbor Master, who indicated that we have reached the maximum number of vessels in our fleet. We will have to pay an additional fee of 250 db to expand our fleet!"
Edmund looked at Alexandre: "What do you think, are all these costs worth this expedition? A new vessel is already costing us a lot of money, and we haven't even left the harbor yet!". Alexandre shrugged: "I don't know, my friend, but sometimes an experience makes you happier than money..."
Edmund nodded: "Okey, let's go! Arrange the extra contribution for our new vessel! We're going to Parker's Shipyard!"

BoBS - TAoEC S01E03 'The Basement'BoBS - TAoEC S01E03 'The Basement'

To be continued...

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Will not be licensed, because I've reached the maximum for this month. 

Build is made to increase my ship level from 10 to 35. (+25)

No GM input needed at this time to continue the journey...

Property type: Medium Residence (but wil not be licensed)
Dimensions: 50 x 34 studs
Total parts: ~3,700

Credits:
- Design minifigures: @ Ktownbricks, @ Theminifigco, @ Brickmaniatoys and @ Lego (Instagram)
- Design furniture: @ Nortonsevenfour, @ Brickdesigned, @ Marinbrickdesign and @ bricksbypidy
- Design custom parts (carpet): @ Briquestore_officiel (Instagram)

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With this build I've achieved:
- a total of 13 unlicensed builds (mostly because of reaching the maximum for each month) (36% of all my builds)
- a total of 7 Medium sized builds (22% of all my builds)
- a total of 3 Residence builds (9% of all my builds)
- a total of 3 builds in Arlinsport (9% of all my builds)
 

 

Edited by Bricksbypidy

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I am absolutely loving this man-cave - I want one too! :D

There are a number of excellent details, such as the treasure chest and the fireplace, but your table with an actual, recognisable map of Halos really steals the show!

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Interesting continuation of the story. A very nicely decorated man cave. The fireplace, table, chandelier, bookshelf under the stairs, clock and fine chairs are all beautifully done.

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I just love that map, really cool!  Great floor pattern too. 

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