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  1. Warlock's Tower

    Hi! This is a build my sister and I have been working on for BrickMagic in Raleigh NC. The Warlock's Tower by Ru Corder, on Flickr It's not completely done, as I had to order some pieces to make some more trees. Any advice would be wonderful!
  2. A Guide To Tree Building

    Nice assortment of links! A tree design of mine that I'll add to the pot: Tree technique by Ru Corder, on Flickr
  3. Mitgardia Guild: Homepage, Sign-up and Discussion

    Hello fellow Mitgardians! After a prolonged break, I'm looking forward to getting involved again! At the moment most of my bricks are taken up in a large display, but I may be able to get an entry together for the slum challenge.
  4. Mitgardia Guild: Homepage, Sign-up and Discussion

    I don't have time to build any Historica MOCs this month, as I am preoccupied with the MOCathalon on MOCpages; but come April I should be able to build something for challenge 3. It sounds like the most fun one yet!
  5. Mitgardia Guild: Homepage, Sign-up and Discussion

    @SoT, sounds exciting! However, it is unlikely I will be able to post at all during March I am looking forward to my R1 prize though
  6. The Lost Chapel

    Really nice! I like all of the foliage, it definitely looks swampy.
  7. Gladiator games

    *Sigh* I had strictly forbidden Sven from drinking and wenching the night before the games Great job Angeli, this was bunches of fun.
  8. My first castle diorama

    Very nice! The wall look very imposing.
  9. The Legend of Cordorix

  10. Mitgardia Guild: Homepage, Sign-up and Discussion

    My entry into the Lore mini challenge: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=66186
  11. The Legend of Cordorix

    Built for the Mitgardian Lore mini challenge: Gather now children, warm yourselves by the fire, and hear a tale of Cordorix the Bear. The bravest of all warriors, the wisest of all kings. The founder of Mitgardia herself. Listen now, to the tale of how he was spared death by the gods themselves... Long, long ago... When the guilds had yet to be established, Mitgardia was an inhospitable wilderness. One day, Cordorix and his loyal companion, Orug the half giant, were hunting the wilds for the wolf Finris, when they happened upon an old woman. She warned Cordorix that the gods had become jealous of his mighty deeds, and meant to strike him dead. She then told him there was but one way to escape this fate, and that was to climb the highest peak in Mitgardia, and pluck from a tree planted there a magic fruit... Of course Cordorix was not one to give up hope, so he braved perilous weather, and staggering heights, and scaled the mountain. There, like the old woman had promised, was a tree with a single fruit. Cordorix took the fruit down the mountain, but before he could eat it, he collapsed in exhaustion from the climb . But woe and folly, whilst the hero slept, the gods sent a demon to steal the fruit, and when Cordorix awoke, his only hope was gone. He fell to his knees and wept in despair of his mortality, but when the gods saw this, they realized that he was no greater than any other mortal. And what fear do gods have of mortals? They then spared his life, and he went on to have many more adventures. Well, that's that. It was greatly inspired by the Epic of Gilgamesh which I recently read.
  12. Knife-point Embassy

    Very nice wall texturing!
  13. Mitgardia Guild: Homepage, Sign-up and Discussion

    Really good idea SoT! I'll snap to work on it as soon as I finish my Mini Challenge build.
  14. Elymas

    Fantastic work! Fits into Nocturnus perfectly, but still keeps some Mitgardian style.