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  1. This is for sure one of the best layouts we’ve seen in all the years of GoH! Thanks my friends for the awesome job you’ve done bringing a typical Kaliphlin city to life
  2. Gideon

    Buğra Quarry

    Nice concept and well executed I don’t know how the UoP grading works these days but you definitely have my +1 for the studs up rocks and cliffs
  3. Thanks! The skeleton is one of these:
  4. Part 2 of the story about the Baiamonte family. My entry to Book III, Challenge V, Category B together with @Louis of Nutwood and @Henjin_Quilones. Rufus stepped on a chain of rocks, elevated from the ground. The rocks started as small pebbles, that turned larger and larger, poking out of the ground like stakes. The rocks twisted and turned, like roots trying to find their way through the earth. But those rocks were smooth and white as snow itself. Teeth and claws, solid as bones. He suddenly realized, he was not walking over a chain of stones, but over the skeleton of a fallen beast. Dead. Rufus Baiamonte Bathing under the sunrays that flashed on the cave, Rufus noticed another set of bones, leaned against the tail of the fallen beast. On its side, a shiny steel sword that gleamed with the sun. On its handle was engraved the combination of three words: Strength. Consistency. Trust. The sayings of the Baiamonte family. Rufus reached for the fragile frozen and consumed hand of the skeleton lying in front of him and squeezed it tight against him chest, for a moment that would last the eternity in his mind. General Juan Rojas Baiamonte Rufus found his way out of the cave. Behind him, the tangling of the bag of bones reminded him that his mission had been successful, but far from complete. The whole build
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    Caravan along the Arkbri

    The build turned out very well! My favorite details are the tree and the way you have put some critters living in the riverbank @Henjin_Quilones There is more of that kind of water in store from #swedishlegomafia
  6. Gideon

    Guilds of Historica New Member Guide

    Discord seems like a good place for discussions "in the moment" but I agree that all things related to finished builds, story canon etc should be kept here at the forum.
  7. Gideon

    Challenge V - Team Building

    I'd be happy to team up with @Henjin_Quilones, what do you say...? Since I havn't been following all the Varlyrian threads, and it's in any case been a long time, I'd be happy to have support in deciding what the setting should be and the rough outline of what story my build should be telling. I have a Discord account, but I'm not very active there. Did I get it right that you are primarily looking to form a team of Mitgardians? Or is the odd Kaliphlinite welcome otherwise...? @Grover: Thanks for the summary!
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    Challenge V - Team Building

    I could probably contribute with a build to this challenge, anyone looking for another teammate...? Although I could use some creative guidance, quite blocked on what to build.
  9. Yes, I got some of those in the recent bulk as potential texture parts and I'm trying out some different uses for them now
  10. Thanks guys! Feels great to be back building after a too long break, even if my pace right now still is about a build this size every other month... It came in some sets in the late 90s and early 00s ( Mine is from 2872.
  11. Great story and very well illustrated The trees are really stealing the show here
  12. Throughout Barqa the wealthy merchants and craftsmen of the city like to have a small walled garden on their property. The climate here where the Arkbri river meets the sea is favorable for the cultivation of many kinds of flowers, and many merchants take pride in their collection of exotic plants. Walled garden of Barqa Barqa is known for its black cats, and those who like the cats (or dislike rats?) make sure to have small doors for the cats to pass unhindered. Barqan cat door Additional images: My entry for Guilds of Historica Book III Challenge IV, Category B.
  13. Not at the moment, but working on clearing my build table to be ready for the next challenge. Just hoping that the deadline will be far enough out so that there will be enough time to get a build done after Skaerbaek
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    Prelude: What Lies Beneath

    Lovely build overall and great details The colors really stand out too. Can’t wait to see what this challenge will be (This reminds me of the indie game series Avernum, which also takes place in subterranean caverns where magically altered plants makes it possible for a realm of exiles from the surface to thrive)