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  1. Welcome Ragnar Alfredson to the great nation of Corrington. It is great to see a well educated man among us and I look forward to his adventures!
  2. Superb build and exceptional story. I do like the style of the house, though I am not quite sure how you got the green wall to look like that. Look forward to the progression of the story line.
  3. [COR-FB] King's Harbour Vineyard

    I like the way you showed the grapes, and the posing of the various workers. The army is excellently posed and in step. I have to agree with the above comments that the dynamic sloping terrain really adds to this build. Great job getting a build done during the business of life.
  4. The ETTC does have a page though I think it hasn't been updated recently.
  5. [COR-FB] Having a ball!

    This is an amazing set of builds and a great scene. The posing of the minifigures is excellent and the movement of the minifigures in the different sets of photos really adds to this post. I can only imagine how much work it was to reset the minifigures and rephotograph as many time as you did. You really cranked this build out quickly for the size and quality it has. I love the usage of Micah in the builds. We do need to find out what happened to Montoya, that is for sure. Do I spot the lady in black upstairs in the library? Or is that just similarity?
  6. EB Xmas Raffle 2017 - Winners per day calendar

    My package from Sweden arrived today. Thank you again Cop Mike!
  7. [A Safe Haven Cat A] : City of Salonica

    There is so much to like in this build, but I will comment on the exceptional placement of minifigures. You have managed to create busyness without overcrowding. An amazing and inspiring build.
  8. My fishermen in Elizabethville were licensed as plantation. It partly depends how you depict them. If they are fishing then I say plantation. Then you can build a fish shop or have them selling on the dock and have commerce.
  9. One of the nice things about BoBS is you can build whatever you want, then get help knowing how to license it etc. People here are always willing to help.
  10. @LM71Blackbird I wanted to point out a couple things in case you didn't know but am going to do it all here, instead of on the respective threads. The easiest way to find any form is in the Master Index that is pinned. I looked at the January 2018 account summary linked in the Master Index and see that you have received your 25dbs for signing up. I also see that you have received a gift of 50 dbs from some generous soul (not myself). However, I am not seeing any build submittals yet so I recommend that you submit your HMS Barracuda thread. Each build you do can be submitted using the Build Submittal and you get 10 free dbs for the first 2 builds each month and less for the following ones. Also I should mention that you also receive a free small property license so you are able to license a property to start you on earning income if you wish to.
  11. Welcome @LM71Blackbird to BOBS and Corrington. I am sure you will have lots of fun building and telling stories throughout this world of sail. I like your intro and that ship. It looks well made. I look forward to future stories from you.
  12. SilentWolf Index

    2018 mC: Everyone participates in Elizabethville
  13. [MMM] Merrynight Mystery Mini-Challenge

    Late entry is up.
  14. "Johnny, why are you still working here in the office? You should be outside with everyone else watching the parade!" scolded James Hendricks. "If you don't leave these books for later, and go out right now I am going to have to fire you." James smiled as Johnny Martin, his young clerk, immediately vacated the office to grab his pennant in the storage room, before scrambling out the front door to see the parade that was already passing by. James is the business manager of the WETEC office in Elizabethville. The Elizabethville office is second only to the Arlinsport office in volume of work and sales. Though he is a shrewd business man who requires detailed and perfect work out of all his employees, James is not one to deprive a young man from the joy of the holidays. The New Year is just beginning and Elizabethville has decided to put on a parade that will travel down the length of its main street, all the way down to Fort di Legno near the docks. Many different people have joined the parade, and most of the rest of the town is crowding the walkways watching. First, came the marines, marching in their perfect order. They were stationed on the boat Octavia that is anchored in the bay. Following behind them are the bagpipes of the Corrish highlands playing their sweet but haunting tunes. Following them on horseback are several of the WETEC Light Cavalry. Following the cavalry, is a most peculiar site. A very tall man is walking by juggling balls. All the kids are in awe of his height, though whispers among the adults about a gadget called stilts has intrigued several who heard the whispers. Following the juggler is an equally peculiar site. A small cart being pulled by a yoke of... pigs! The driver must be skilled indeed to handle pigs so well. Oh, it is a monkey not a man driving the pigs. What a bizarre site to behold. So bizarre in fact that most people missed the man walking behind the pig-monkey cart as if he was in charge of it. The parade goes on with all sorts of fun and peculiar sites. People have moved from all over the old world to settle in this new colony. Many who have settled here, like the bagpipers of the highlands, have brought their own customs and traditions that they continue to follow. Together, all these customs and traditions are mixing into one town and colony that creates exciting holidays indeed.
  15. I could see a livery stable or changing station part way or at either end. Obviously fresh draft animals would be key to the operation of this kind of route, so a part way changing station would make sense.