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  1. Henjin_Quilones

    Book III - Avalonia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    @bmohnsen, welcome! You chose the best guild. Looking forward to seeing some builds!
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    GoH 10 C VOTING topic

    LittleJohn 2pts Zilmrud 1pt
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    GoH 10 B VOTING topic

    Gideon 1pt Simon_S 1pt Louis of Nutwood 1pt
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    Book III - Avalonia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    I built up some sections of the Avalonian Quarter of Cedrica. Hope y'all enjoy!
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    GoH 10 C

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    GoH 10C: Aslanic Chapel

    Aslanic Chapel Almost every block of Cedrica has a chapel or temple of Aslan, it seems, though many of them are of different traditions. Here on this block of Cedrica, next to the Elven Gardens, is the Chapel of High King Peter, of the High Petrine Aslanic Tradition. This branch is indicated by the crossed keys on the shield, and the high altar of the Broken Stone Table inside. Other angles: The ground floor has a bakery, run by Barty and his wife Flowri. They are famous for their pastries, but their bread is pretty good, too. There is also the barbershop of the renegade elf with dreams of kingship, Barbarossa. He's good with a blade. Upstairs is the chapel. An Aelfcat pilgrim has walked and sailed thousands of miles to visit this chapel, which houses a relic of the True Stone Table, which is said to have miraculous properties. The cleric inside is preparing for the liturgy, not yet vested, but making sure the book is set. Up a small ladder from the chapel one reaches the bedroom of the cleric. It is small and sparse, with a simple bed and a tiny desk for writing his sermons. Continuing up the ladder brings you to the bells themselves. They ring out over the city at the hours and when prayer is about to start. Out back in the canal, musicians compete with each other to woo the mermaids. Albret the Bard and Gripwood the fiddler each hope that Elsariel will consent to marry him. They should both expect to be disappointed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for looking! I built this to add on to the Elven Gardens, since I had so much fun and did not want to stop. But since that category only allows 32x32 footprints, I decided to put this one here. Some pictures of both parts together can be found in the spoiler.
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    GoH 10 A

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    GoH 10A: Elven Gardens

    Cedrica City Block: Elven Gardens In the Avalonian Quarter, it is absolutely essential that there be at least one tree on every street corner, otherwise the tight-wearing treehuggers get a bit, well, nervous. And it's important that there be somewhere to get tights, too. Fortunately, at the corner called Elven Gardens, Avalonians can have both within a few short paces. Rear view: The tights shop is small and narrow, but it has everything that Taimo the Tailor needs. And everything that Fred the Forestman needs, too. But of course there is more to the block than just tights! There is also Scott the Scibner's Cartography and Copies Shop. And there's the Red Dragon Tavern, too. They would have named it the Green Dragon, as being more fitting for Avalonia, but then there was already a tavern called the Green Dragon a few blocks away, and the proprietor, Mikkel George, had personally killed and taxidermied a red dragon. It's not the busiest place in the late morning, but that doesn't stop some folks from being deep in their cups. Up one level, there's a cozy bedroom for rent, perhaps currently being rented by a masked bounty hunter. There's also a jeweler's shop, run by Jemli the Dwarf. And a candlemaker's shop. Caleb makes the best candles in this part of town, with a consistent, clean burn. There's also a bookstore, but they won't let anyone inside to take pictures of any sort. Mrs. Davis, the proprietor, hates portrait takers and sketch artists. Poor takers and sketchy artists, she calls 'em. Up the stairs at the back will lead you to Skruj the Dwarf's Counting House and Moneylending Services. He's a hard man, er, dwarf, to bargain with and an even harder one to be in debt to. You'd be better off jumping off the balcony into the canal below. Skruj has a small bedroom through a door from his shop. It's got a lovely view and even a cozy fireplace. On the same level is Harold's Heraldry Shoppe, where Harold Brunhair paints the shields of all the fashionable knights of the realm. The official city guard's shields are painted there, and some say that Queen Ylspeth uses his services for her own shield. He does every shape and style, and never has a disappointed customer. And finally, up a ladder next to Harold's, is the Elven Tea Garden, a most peaceful place to meet some friends and conduct business, as long as one is an elf (or at least a half-elf, with your full-elf mother's presence). Galaria, Dragon Mistress of Druidham, is here on holiday with three of her children. Down in the street and on the waterfront, or up on the balcony level, lots of other folk can be seen, including Henjin Quilones, Master of the Druidi Order of Druidham, and his elder daughter. A tree hugger sights the tree, fresh from the tights store. Going to the post office to send a letter to his dear wife in the Trifork. Discussing the day's news with purchases from the bakery. After a visit to Skruj, it's hard to smile. The canal in the back is a quieter place, great for fishing. And dumping out waste water. And while hugging the tree is always allowed, it is not advised that you climb the tree. You might regret it. ______________________________________ Sorry for all the pictures, but there's a lot to see! And none of the pictures turned out as well as I would have liked. But that's the way it works out sometimes. There's also the section that is for Cat. 10C, the Aslanic Chapel, and together they look pretty cool, too. Check the spoiler. Building 360-degrees and with full interiors might be the norm for someone like @soccerkid6, but not for me! So this was especially labor-intensive and time consuming. But fun.
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    Thanks! I figured that would be the case, but I had so much fun with the 32x32 that I just couldn't stop there. I might keep adding more modules, too, as I feel inspired. Though the whole building for 360-degree viewing and adding complete interiors is out of my comfort zone, for sure.
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    Oh good! Was there any answer to my question a post back, about the limits to the 10A category?
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    For Category 10A, must it be on only a 32x32 footprint? Meaning, if I have a 32x32 section, but then added a 16x32 section (like several of the Ninjago City sets), can they be one entry together, or would I have to enter only the 32x32 part of it in 10A and then put the 16x32 section into Category 10C?
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    As far as path height, if you stick to the “Cedrica Standard” (a.k.a. what Ninjago City sets do) then the two brick two plate height is correct. However, it’s probably not the biggest deal if you were to vary from that a bit.
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    Book III - Kaliphlin: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    Enchanted Forest Elf Fortress: Go!
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    Two sides should. That way it can connect to other modules along a block, like the Ninjago City modules do (and maybe the regular city modulars, too?) You can choose which two sides. For example, I am working on one that is a corner module, so the Technic bricks are on adjoining sides, but someone making a middle section would want the Technic bricks on opposing sides. Does that make sense? If not, ask more questions.
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    Peasants of Avalonia

    Very nice, I should get around to making a post for my own figs from Brickscalibur. Making the yellow skin become a long-sleeve shirt was a good move on the milkmaid. Makes that torso usable for fleshies! And I am totally jealous of the cows. They may not be goats, but I still wish I had a few...