Thomas Waagenaar

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  • Birthday 03/13/1999

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    Gaming, movies, and Lego ofcourse.

    Also lurking on Eurobricks, I'm really good at that. Been doing it for years now! ^^

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  1. Thomas Waagenaar

    [COR - FB] Bakery, Jameston

    That looks really nice, I love the oven design. I'm definitely gonna "borrow" that one in the future!
  2. Thomas Waagenaar

    José's Inn - Ye Olde BoBS Drinking Hole

    She is coming alone quite nicely. Once she's done I intend to license her as a class 8, I think. This because of her size and capabilities. The ship is about 80cm long on the waterline. Which is 10 large hull-pieces plus a bow piece. A class 7 would be 6 hull sections, but I feel that with 10 I'm well above that . Anyhow, I'm starting ordering parts for the brick-built cannons next week and start designing the masts properly too. 44 guns total, 30x 24 pounder long gun on the gun deck, 14x 18 pounder long gun on the top deck, 2 of which are stern-chasers. The 18 pounders can be switched around for 32 pounder carronades if needed for the task! I hope to have her done by the end of may! Able to set sail and hunt for those mystical artifacts! ^^ L'Aurelie, finished hull
  3. Thomas Waagenaar

    [GoC] Servant's Gate

    Woah, it looks stunning! I love how you did the angled pillars with SNOT, and the colours are nice and balanced too! Really tempting me to make something Japanese/Chinese too now :p
  4. This looks amazing! Great photography and set-up. I genuinely thought they were 3 different builds at first. But together they all make perfect sense forming a good and complete buid The story was fun and enjoyable to read too! I love the flash-back writing you did!
  5. Thomas Waagenaar

    José's Inn - Ye Olde BoBS Drinking Hole

    I actually wanted to make grapefruit and citrus trees/bushes :p
  6. Thomas Waagenaar

    José's Inn - Ye Olde BoBS Drinking Hole

    Under fruit-wines falls basically everything that isn't a wine made of grapes. And wine in and of itself isn't just grapes either. Especially since wine itself is basically as old as civilisation, and fruits were mostly used in places where there didn't have grapes, for example if the climate didn't allow for it. Although I do understand the confusion since in the modern day people tend to associate wine only with grapes. Only reason I personally know about them is because I dislike the taste of "normal" wines in real life, but tend to enjoy fruit wines, since they tend to be A LOT sweeter and I enjoy the fruit-like taste ^^. In short, it's literally just wine but made from anything that isn't the standard grape. I would suggest giving this page a read, whilst trying out a bottle of fruit-wine yourself ;). https://cherrywine.com/learn-about/fruit-wines/ But anyways, if that's the case, I'll happily replace all the trees with grapes. Just wanted to make the thing look a bit more varried rather than just rows of grapes :P.
  7. Thomas Waagenaar

    José's Inn - Ye Olde BoBS Drinking Hole

    Yet another question from me! I was working on some buildings for the RNTC and I was wondering, I intend to make a large plantation with an orchard attached (Large enough to count as a seperate license). The orchard would be to make fruit-wines, since I don't want to stick to just grapes... Could I still classify them as "wine related plantation" for the bonuses, or am I going to have to specifically add grapes in order to make it count?
  8. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - FB] Leaving Kingsport

    I don't see anywhere it says no one noticed? The guard notices a whole Squadron carrying a chest leaving the city? And there is a clear "would likely not notice", clearly being "not likely". Plus, if you really want to go that way, I'd say feel free to have your character be eating breakfast at midnight and noticing a guard column leaving the city? Or just roll with it, ask the guard, or have the guard tell his supervisor who tells someone else who spreads a rumour or something
  9. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - FB] Leaving Kingsport

    Even if it was, if you're not Meta gaming, your character would literally not know the difference. Unless your character studied the Quiver previously, and would be studying it continuously right now. If the character would have never studied the thing, they simply wouldn't know ever unless someone told them. Meta gaming is a dangerous thing, and the RP'er who can withstand the temptations, no matter how alluring, tends be the better RP'er. (Plus makes it more fun too in my opinion, could be an interesting story hook, looking for the ""lost"" quiver) But regardless of that, Really nice build! I love the small diorama!
  10. Such a cute little boat! Loving the colour combinations, the pink/coral/whatever stands out and complements the dark red really well!
  11. Thomas Waagenaar

    [SR - FB] The Terraversa Crab Basket part 5 - sea delivery

    A really good looking build, I like how green the cliff is and the general colour accents!
  12. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - Claim] Geo-Surveys Continue in Lavalette

    Cute build, can't wait for the larger mine! And mercury? Well, better get ready to hire some extra men
  13. A fun story and a nice build to go with it! I agree with Giancarlo tho, the pink would have been fabulous :P !
  14. Thomas Waagenaar

    Playing with ships

    Hahaha, that's amazing! A cute little (totally not relatable ) build!
  15. Eventually, probably yeah! But first my character needs a reason and story to do so. But we'll arrive there eventually ;)