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The City of Dale and the Erebor known from the Hobbit movies built in microscale.

This was built for my Iron Builder against Pepa Quin.

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Greets Disco

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Great job, and great use of your Piece!

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Very nice microscale MOC! It does look like the city and Erebor from the Hobbit, nice job! :thumbup:

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I don't know what Ironbuilder is. However, it is some kind of competition, I need to see any set that bests your creation. Absolutely magnificent!

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Awesome use of the seed part! The build looks awesome, just like the movie! :classic:

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Very nice! That micro city looks great and love how the red colours stand out from the build, because you didn't use any other bright ones (like dark green and olive instead of normal green) :thumbup:.

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Fantastic build! Love the rock work and details on the carved front! The city is perfect in color and detail, just like the movie!

Best of luck in Iron Builder!

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Yes - good work Disco!

So mini and of course so many details - absolut great job!

Good luck for the IB!!!!

markus

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Brilliant! Looks very well represented from what I can remember.

I have been wanting to do a microscale Game of Thrones build, so this is inspiring. But I didn't realize the footprint it may take up. I may have to not do as many castles in that regard.

Keep up the great work!

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What a fantastic build. I'm very impressed with the way you have captured so much detail in this build. Awesome work :classic:

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As said on flickr this is awesome..... Great moc, fantastic color usage...

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