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  1. Nice big Kannon, this is my first time to see one like this. Good build and interesting story.
  2. Thanks, that's exactly what I wanted. Add some guerrilla troops would be interesting. It is also the only way to stand a chance against the Oleonders. Maybe I chose the wrong title. But Terraversa is getting soldiers or whatever. That's exactly what I wanted. Thank you, that's the way it should be. Thank you, The Oleonder, are probably at least 3-1 superior to the enemy. The mighty big Oleon against the small Terraversa is boring. I am not actually paying for the rich ruler in Traversan 60 soldiers and bring it with a ship. A soldier bonus to the Terraversans, that's exactly what I wanted. The war should be told in a more balanced way and from both sides so that it becomes more interesting and exciting.
  3. Thank you, At some point I'll show the whole build. At the moment it is an advantage that nobody can see it, because I can perhaps use it again when photographed from a different angle. Thank you, Thank you, Choose what you think is right and not what others say.
  4. DSC08439 by Philippe, auf Flickr Desperate to hold onto power, the ruler Oldis pays unscrupulous mercenaries. These have nothing in common with the regular soldier. They are guerrillas, they fight from ambush. They prefer to carry out acts of sabotage and terror at night. They spread destruction, chaos and panic. They attack unexpectedly quickly and effectively, but disappear just as quickly. The mercenaries consist of 1 company cavalry and 1 company foot troops. This build has nothing in common with the Sea Rats. I use minifigures that I have. Just to make The Second Terraversan War a little more interesting, I chose Terraversa.
  5. @Elostirion I like the landscape very much. I saw the construction technique on your Flickr website. The representation of the militia seems determined. These won't make it easy for Oleon. It looks like there is now a guerrilla warfare. It's interesting to see the war from Terraversa's perspective. That distinguishes a good story when it is told from both sides.
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    [COR - MRCA] Not dusk but dawn

    I like the second part of the story a lot better. Good photo story from the liberation. I'm glad that Captain Bluebeard is now part of the Sea Rats.
  7. I like everyone, including brown tones. Most of my minifigures in Brethren of the Brick Seas are from Pirates of the Caribbean, Game of Thrones, and Lord of the Rings. That's why I have a lot more different faces for skin tone than for yellow. I've also heard comments about my skin tone figures. I don't care. If someone complains, just ignore it and forget. This is a game and should be fun.
  8. Good song with a nice melody.
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    PARAISO - MOC 21322 Barracuda Ship

    For the shrouds for climbing I used a mesh grid made of PE that I could cut with scissors. Material thickness 1mm Mesh size 10mm x 10mm
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    PARAISO - MOC 21322 Barracuda Ship

    Thank you. I found 2 photos that might help you. P22 by Philippe, auf Flickr P23 by Philippe, auf Flickr
  11. It looks very nice. I like your construction, it looks like the real thing.
  12. Very beautiful and impressive ship. Thanks for the many photos with the details. I can learn a lot about what I need to do better on my next ship.
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    PARAISO - MOC 21322 Barracuda Ship

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. This is from Corel Model Ship the Sail Set Frigate Berlin. I adapted the masts to the sails.
  14. Great scenario that was presented realistically. I especially like the first photo. The view of the attackers through the opening in the wall is impressive. The perfect location for the organ gun.