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    CDC1 Tower: Saibankan

    The Elven High Adjudicator oversees a new execution. The sacred tree Saibakan houses an ancient court. Here wanted creatures are put to rest. Often caught by Centaur Bounty Hunters. A perfect trade as the Centaurs are addicted to shrooms, which grow on the heads of former criminals...
  2. A vibrant part of the Historica's Grand Capital. Close-ups: Under street level: cellars and torture chamber. Ground Floor: Greengrocer, bakery, and Sherrif's office. First Floor: Taxidermist and Living Quarters Second Floor: Atelier, Living Quarters and Bedroom Third Floor: Bedroom, City Records and an appartment. Roof level: Barber, Homeless Shelter and Rooftop Top Builds: Scientist House and Aviary
  3. It's almost an amazing 10 years ago since the first members settled in Historica. So, of course, we are going to celebrate this in a fantastic way in October with some amazing prizes. October is still far away, so to kick-off there will be two rounds of challenges. Just for fun, but also as a mandatory threshold to participate in the last round. You need to have at least 3 Guild mocs! This can be free builds, but easier is just joining the fun with these new challenges. So new and old members, have fun and start building for the glory of Mitgardia!!! Or of course a guild of your choice Runtime: April and May. Results will be announced in June and July will kick off the second part of the countdown challenges. Category 1: Build a tower. (post topic as CDC1 Tower:"moc-name") The very first task was to build a watchtower. Build a tower in whatever way you like, watchtower, wizard's tower, lighthouse. As long as it's a tower. Don't forget to put your Guilds flag on top;) Category 2: Old tales. (post topic as CDC1 Tale:"moc-name") Legends of fierce heroes, evil foes, and scary creatures which once dwelled in the lands of Historica. Build a part of Historica's history, no size limit. Winners of both categories get two of those shiny new Falcon Knights and a Guilds of Historica Brick.
  4. Of course you want your mocs to be scored, so make sure to put a link in this topic. This way it's easy to make an index and hold score!
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    LEGO IDEAS - The Medieval Blacksmith

    You are right it's 170 But even preorders count as discount and are still better compared to full brand retail price
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    LEGO IDEAS - The Medieval Blacksmith

    Some other stores in The Netherlands are already selling it for 144,- . So that's a 20% price drop compared to the normal retail price of 179,-. So it might be worth waiting for even better prices.
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    Book III - Mitgardia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    https://bricknerd.com/home/christmas-decorations-and-bedtime-stories-chatting-with-a-lego-rpger-4-10-2021 Neat interview @Garmadon and @Louis of Nutwood
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    [Freebuild] Embarking

    Very nice, I really like the micro siege weapons! Those different styles of boats are also neatly designed!
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    Book III - Avalonia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    That's a bad-ass minifig, very nice combo! That's gold
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    GOH Anniversary, 1st count down challenges.

    Right! So you are good already, with plenty of past builds
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    GOH Anniversary, 1st count down challenges.

    Microscale would be original so definitely yes!
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    [MOC] Medieval Tavern

    This is amazing, I like the colour of the roof more compared to the blue of the Blacksmith. Also, you did a way better job on the angles of the roof. The Blacksmith has a lot of gaps, which bothers me a lot.
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    [MOC] Roman stuff

    Love the cabinet for the shields! Also, the Baturion legs are spot on.
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    GOH Anniversary, 1st count down challenges.

    Due May 31st? YES No size limits for both cats? YES Are we allowed to submit more than one build per cat? YES Are we allowed to build for both cats? Preferably Yes!
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    REVIEW: 40448 LEGO® IDEAS Vintage Car

    Starting January 1st you get this GWP if you spend $85,-/€85,-. Which is a nice free addition if you would like to buy the new modular Police Station. No paper bags in this small set yet. Printed elements are always better, but as it's just the license plate it's ok. Like the bigger IDEAS sets this set also comes with information from the builder, Arne Janke. Who won the IDEAS contest. The building of the set starts with the chassis. The rear has a clever technique to attach the bumper up side down. The rear lights are showing how versatile the round 1 x 2 plate can be used. Make sure the slot of the pin connector is pointed inwards, the old mold would have worked better. Putting it in drive might be hard as the driver has to reach behind the wheel. Plenty of room for two passengers. Building the front. Attaching stickers on elements like a curved slope is never easy if you want to have it placed exactly in the middle. A nice technique is being used for the upside down windshield. And the ice skate makes a perfect ornament. The final result is really close to the original, though the chrome parts would have been nice to have. Also the binoculars fit the car better instead of the blinker lights. The surfboards are also higher on the IDEAS entry which makes the gap behind the doors less visible. The space underneath the windshield might not be comfortable for the passengers. It also looks too small compared to the width of the car. The gap behind the doors was bothering me a bit and so was the front. I added the height in the back with one plate and moved the ice skate one tile to the front. Which made it more appealing to me. Comparing the Diner Car: Bigger and better building techniques, but the Diner Car has backseats and you are able to open the doors. So as far as playability goes the Diner Car wins. If you are going for aesthetics the Vintage Car would appeal more! Rating: Design: 7/10 Looks good, altough the back of the car has a weird gap behind the door. Parts: 8/10 The color is what makes this car shine. Building: 7/10 Some nice techniques are being used in a small set, like upside down building of the bumper. Playability: 6/10 Standard for a car, no opening doors or hood unfortunately. Price: 9/10 Just spending 85,- is justified for this appealing GWP. Overall conclusion: Not a must have, but certainly a nice addition to your LEGO city (Diner)! Yeah, spare parts!!
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    GOH Anniversary, 1st count down challenges.

    Yes Yes, no worries. You have plenty of builds. The rule for having a few Guild-related builds is so people won't just enter for prizes in the last challenge. It will be good to see some new Nocturnus builds! Good to have you back!
  17. Join the fun in Historica. Pick a guild and start building!
  18. Introduction(Press Release Information) The LEGO® Group has taken the covers off a new LEGO version of one of the most coveted nameplates in automotive history, with the unveiling of the two-in-one LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa set that brings together two icons from the 1970s and 80s. LEGO builders and classic car enthusiasts alike will love the dual building routes of this set. The new two-in-one LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa set can be built either as the fixed roof 911 Turbo model or as the open-roofed 911 Targa at one time, allowing fans to choose between classic coupe or convertible style. Channelling the essence of the ubiquitous German sports car, the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa variants feature all the hallmarks of their namesakes, from the aerodynamic shoulder line to angled headlamps and sculpted bonnet with Porsche badge and rear-mounted flat six ‘boxer’ engine. Beneath their elegant silhouettes, the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa variants hide a wealth of detail. On both versions of the model, the 2+2 sports seats and dashboard are finished in dark orange and nougat, an eclectic colour scheme based on contemporary upholstery options from the Porsche 911. Further interior details include a handbrake, gearshift and functional steering, while the front seats also tilt forward for access to the rear bench seats. Several features which are unique to the 911 Turbo and 911 Targa variants of the set ensure they are equally characterful but distinct when built. The LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo sports distinctive Turbo badging, a wide rear axle, turbocharger and intercooler, denoting its blistering performance credentials. Its athletic look is completed with an integrated rear spoiler. Meanwhile, the LEGO Porsche 911 Targa’s roof is fully removable and can be stowed underneath the hood of the car. The iconic Targa Bar completes the look, along with Targa badging and a brick-built wraparound rear window. Mike Psiaki, Design Master at the LEGO Group, commented: “Taking ownership of a brand-new sports car is an experience to savour and this is a feeling we wanted to recreate for LEGO fans. “As we were designing the car, the hardest decision to make was whether we would make the Turbo or Targa variant of the car. It was such a tough call that we engineered the ability to build the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and Targa from a single set. Without doubt, fans of the 911 all over the world who have long admired these cars will love the opportunity to build both versions!” Fabian Schmölz, Exterior Designer at Porsche, said: “We know that the Porsche 911 evokes a certain magic for customers and fans of our brand worldwide, and the latest LEGO additions to the 911 family – the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa – are no different. “These incarnations of our sportscar icon, accurately capture the unmistakeable design of the cars they are based on, and are set to bring much enjoyment to a new family of fans.” To celebrate the launch of the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa, LEGO is also offering the first buyers the chance to receive a limited-edition LEGO Porsche owners pack with their purchase. The pack contains a certificate of ownership, an official LEGO Porsche card wallet and a set of four unique art prints based on contemporary Porsche 911 adverts, all presented in a smart collector’s wallet. This highly collectible gift with purchase is available in limited numbers for orders of the set placed through the LEGO VIP loyalty program. Members of LEGO’s free VIP loyalty program will be able to purchase the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and Targa set from February 16th on LEGO.com. From March 1st, the set will be on sale exclusively in LEGO stores and on LEGO.com. Name: 10295 Porsche 911 Theme: Creator Expert Year: 2021 Pieces: 1458 Price: US $149.99 – CA $199.99 – DE €129.99 – UK £119.99 Boxart All the Creator Export sets have black boxes which should appeal more to adults having an expensive/classy look. Though with a classic car like this, the front of the box looks a bit plain. This might be because the car is mainly one color, but it could have been better like the box from the Ford Mustang. I'm just not a big fan of the black boxes. The back looks a bit better, showing the differences in building the Targa or Turbo version. The Instructions The first pages of the instructions contain a bit of information from the design process and a little bit of history. No need to make a history book, but 2 or 3 more pages with some information would have been nice to have to appeal to real fans. I could appreciate it also being translated into German. Because of its origin but probably also because it's expected to sell well in Germany. There's also an overview of the numbered bags and it shows the progress of the set for each new bag. Bag 8 has to be combined with 9 or 10, depending on which version you prefer to build. Box contents Bags from 1-10, 5 having two numbered bags. And an extra bag for the tires and windshields. The building starts with the chassis. Using technic to make a sturdy frame and bright colors to know which side you're working on. Building the side skirts upside down by using jumper plates. This technic beam in the middle of the car is placed for extra sturdiness. Although the finished model shows that's just not enough, as shown later. The fun part of building sets is seeing great techniques like this one. Building at an angle, and perfectly connected with a tile. The designer used a clever way of building sideways, by using tiles with a bar and pin holder. Building the rear bumper by using bricks with studs on both sides, so you can build on top and also underneath. Putting the bumper in place and adding the exhaust pipe. Printed parts for the win, especially the Porsche tile is a great addition. Bag 4 is a small one, that contains both front seats and the basic version of the engine. Not all creator sets have steering front wheels, but I think this adds so much more to a set. So a good thing they've added this function to this car. Adding the front bumper, it has some nice details like a front skirt underneath. The Porsche comes with the new curved slope in a new color, trans orange. The doors, with on the inside of the door some wood and leatherwork details. Front window with the dashboard. Prints are great, but this is clearly an error. This print should be in the middle, all the clocks in the set have the same mistake. Adding the front fenders, the headlights are slightly angled by using a bar and clip connection. Underneath the front side. Again lots of colors to show which side you should be connecting the bricks. Everything is printed, so no sticker hassle, so no crooked logos! Step 1-7 is the same for the Turbo and Targa version. Time to choose which model to turn it into! First the Turbo, with a lot of additions that fill up the whole engine compartment. There's also a print on the rear side window. It's barely noticeable but the attention to details for something so small shows the love for the model. Turbo print! A flaw of this model is the roof. When lifting it, the front side is so heavy it pulls the roof forward, creating a large gap. Even with pressing all bricks firmly in place, this keeps happening. Building the rear axle of the Turbo, which is 2 studs wider compared to the Targa! Choose your number plate, German is the right choice for me! Finished model in all its glory: Don't touch the windshields! As clearly shown underneath... I love the dark orange, it works so well. It gives the interior a very classy look. Comparison to the Ford Mustang. Both have around 1450 parts, so it's no surprise the size is also quite the same. "Hey, there little bro!" The Targa, summer vibes! The rear window is made of the "new" trans-clear. I'm not a fan, it's just too milky. For the Porsche, it might work, but compared to older trans clear parts it's just not that "clear". By using a half 2x4x5 cylinder as a window, it leaves a gap in the corner. This could have been fixed by using a quarter cylinder, though this part doesn't exist in trans clear yet. And unfortunately, they didn't add it to the Porsche. The roof can be placed under the hood. It barely fits, and when closing it leaves a tiny gap. The Targa engine. When switching from Turbo to Targa you need to use some parts of the Turbo(bag 8). You are left with half a window and most of a spoiler. This is a shame because adding around 20 pieces, would have made switching between Turbo and Targa easier en way more fun! Rating Design: 8/10 It looks like a Porsche, instantly recognizable. A true classic! Parts: 7/10 Lots of parts come in new colors, though extra pieces for the alternate version would have been nice. Building: 9/10 Lots of fun techniques have been used for building upside down or sideways. Playability: 8/10 Opening the doors, steering, having a look at the engine, or taking the roof off. Plenty to discover in this set. Switching from Turbo to Targa is a fun addition. Price: 7/10 It's easy and fair to compare it with the Mustang. The same amount of pieces, same size, and the same price! (Though it depends on where you live. For example, in Germany, the Mustang costs 129,99 the same price as the Porsche. But in The Netherlands, the Mustang costs 139,99 and the Porsche will cost 149,99) Overall conclusion: A fantastic set, building it was absolutely fun and challenging. Also, a great way to finally own a Porsche 911!
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    [MOC] Imagination... bookends

    Awesome! I like the small scenes, but I think the books stand out even more!
  20. You can find CMF themes here!
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    What are the best storage bins for storing LEGO?

    As a new member, just engage in existing topics before starting one just because of being the one that started a topic! Continue here:
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    [MOC] Bounty on Bogano

    Great work. Love the rockwork, neatly muse of the olive green and mixing slopes and curved slopes works very natural! I always tend to stick with slopes, as I find it quite more work mixing those two
  23. Reminder: Also post a link to your entry topic! No link, no pass! Age of Mitgardia(AoM) Mitgardians, time to get building! In need of inspiration or do you just like to collect titles or even tags. Than this free-build-challenge is just perfect for you: Show your skills in making a moc that evolves through time. Simple examples are added. There are four categories, each divided into subcategories. The subcategories are divived into three phases in which you show how your moc evolves, just as in the game AoE. So that means, for each subcategory you'll have to make three mocs! Each phase has to have it's own topic and to have it scored a link needs to be posted in this topic. If you complete a category or subcategory you'll earn the title that comes with it. And when you have collected all titles, you'll be rewarded with this beauty: But don't think you'll get it that easy! Take your time for this one and learn from advice and suggestions. When you've completed a subcategory, the council of Mitgardia(soccerkid, Kabel and Ecc.) will give you the title or ask for some minor changes if you're builds are just to simple. Don't worry, we do consider that not everyone owns thousands of bricks. So we won't be that strict, but we hope to see you all build better and better. Military: completed all subcategories, earned title: Rigr(commander of 100 men) Archery: 1st Phase; field with archery target. 2nd Phase; archery range. 3rd Phase; school of archers, maybe barrack style. Earned title: Eagle Eyed Danger Barrack: 1st Phase; sparring. 2nd Phase; training grounds. 3rd Phase; full barrack. Earned title: Frost Berserker Stables: 1st Phase; horse rider. 2nd Phase; stable. 3rd Phase; fortified stables. Earned title: Shadow Rider Agriculture: completed all subcategories, earned title: Agrarian Mills: 1st Phase; horse mill. 2nd Phase, water mill. 3rd Phase windmill. Earned title: Miller Farm: 1st Phase; villager with just a garden. 2nd Phase; field with crops. 3rd Phase; farm with field, animals etc. Earned title: Farmer Storehouse: 1st Phase; simple cabin. 2nd Phase; medium storehouse. 3rd phase, large storehouse. Earned title: Manager Town: completed all subcategories, earned title: Lord Mayor House: 1st Phase; hut. 2nd Phase, small house. 3rd Phase, large house. Earned titles: Gentlefolk Inn: 1st Phase; ale seller. 2nd Phase: beer garden. 3rd Phase; completed inn. Earned title: Innkeeper Store: 1st Phase; market cart. 2nd Phase; market stall. 3rd Phase; store. Earned title: Vendour Defenses: completed all subcategories: Strategic Heavy Weight Tower: 1st Phase, outpost. 2nd Phase, wooden tower. 3rd Phase stone tower. Erned title: Watchmen Walls: 1st Phase, fencing. 2nd Phase, wooden wall. 3rd Ptone wall: Earned title: Protector Gatehouse: 1st Phase, simple gate. 2nd Phase, defended gate. 3rd Phase Gatehouse(with oil, archers etc.) Erned title: Gatekeeper SCORECARD: Bkrosell: Military: Barracks: Phase1, Phase2, Phase3 Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1 mrcp6d Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase2 Military: Archery: Phase 1, Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, janatale Military: Archery: Phase1, Phase2 Infernum Military: Barracks: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2 RonaldusMaxus Military: Stables: Phase1, Phase2, Phase3 Passed: Town: Store: Phase1, Phase2, Phase3 Passed: Kabel Agriculture: Farm: Phase1, Phase2, Town: Store: Phase1 Purr Military: Archery: Phase1, Phase 2 Military: Stables: Phase 1, jeroenaa/Alfadas Military: Archery: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Military: Barracks: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase3, Passed: Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: Inn: Phase 1, MKJoshA Town: Store: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: Inn: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2,Phase 3. Passed: Military: Barracks: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed Tomsche Military: Archery: Phase1 Military: Barracks: Phase1, Phase 2, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: Inn: Phase 1, Defenses: Walls: Phase1, Phase 2, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Gunman Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3,Passed: Military: Archery: Phase 1,Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: House: Phase1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: Inn: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: Store: Phase 1, Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Jodocus Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Town: Inn: Phase I, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: Town: Store: Phase I, Phase 2 IenjoyLego89 Military: Barracks: Phase1, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase1, Phase 2, Town: Store: Phase 1, Town: House: Phase 1, Ecclesiastes Military: Barracks: Phase I, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Military: Archery: Phase I, Phase 2, Military: Stables: Phase I, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Admiral Khan Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2 Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Soccerkid6 Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: Inn: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: DrColossus Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed Kevkipo Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Garmadon Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Nivremis Military: Archery: Phase 1, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2,Phase 3. Passed: Military: Stables: Phase 1, Direlda Military: Archery: Phase 1, Jakon Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Admiral Ron Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Wat Tambor Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Dutchy Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Mccoyed Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3: Passed: Military: Archery: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Military: Stables: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Davidbarrena Town: Mill: Phase 1 Town: Store: Phase 1 Venkefedo Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Aland1916 Town: House: Phase 1, Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Slegengr Military: Stables: Phase 1, Military: Archery: Phase 1, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Town: Inn: Phase 1, Town: Store: Phase 1, Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Sir Gareth Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Andrew Spader Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, IGUNNUK33LU Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Puvel Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Military: Archery: Phase 1, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Town: Inn: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Passed: (waiting on phase 2) Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Dragonfire Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Phase 2, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Mypromaxos Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Town: Inn: Phase 1, Ulfraut Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Pvt13 Town: Store: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Town: House: Phase 1, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, High Baron Vindivin Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Legofin2012 Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Passed: Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Town: Store: Phase 1, Town: House: Phase 1, Dathil Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Phase 2, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Military: Archery: Phase 1, Town: Inn: Phase 1, Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, The Stad Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Military: Barracks: Phase 1, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Defenses: Gatehouse: Phase 1, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Defenses: Wall: Phase 1, Town: Store: Phase 1, Town: House: Phase 1, Town: Inn: Phase 1, Ayrlego Town: House: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Town: Inn: Phase 1, Phase 2, Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Mill: Phase 1, Phase 2, Agriculture: Storehouse: Phase 1, Military: Stables: Phase 1, Bracari Agriculture: Farm: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Military: Stables: Phase 1, Eoin Wallace Defenses: Tower: Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. Passed: Yes
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    Medieval street

    Woah, this is insanely awesome! Great work!
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    REVIEW: 10295 Porsche 911 Turbo/Targa

    Poll system was down for most theme forums last weeks... But let's see how this one goes.