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    Yo-ho-ho, an Eslandolan's life for me!
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  1. Garmadon

    Knight's Quest [Ch II Cat B]

    Lovely little obstacle course mate, and fantastic work making it all work! They're all great, but I think the pendulum of death is my favorite!
  2. Very nice slice of farmland, Elos, and lovely little bridge! Great job making the creek look turbulent too, especially in that edited pic!
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    The Ilesole Saga

    Nicely done man, you finally got around to it! The tree (love that dark blue!), knight and landscape, and your build for Horus and Amelia are my favorites, and the rolling names are a very clever idea, though slightly confusing That knight is probably my favorite fig here (Kai's right about the helmet, but it certainly looks sweet, hehe), and the story is intriguing. Looking forward to more - keep it up!
  4. Right. I'd changed the location in my head half-way through the post and forgot to go back and fix it South it is! Navarre is right about the line being a rift that resulted from the collision of Varlyrio's (formerly) two islands. He's also right that the map is a rough approximation and not 100% correct Yep, I think that should be fine - internal conflict is pretty much the name of the game in Varlyrio! Bandittti and suchlike abound in the western wastelands past the mountains, and it's pretty much wild and lawless out there, with maybe the exception of a couple of cities on the far western coast, which almost reach the level of the cities on the east.
  5. Sure, feel free to include any of my figs if you'd like! Some are less sociable than others, and some more friendly than others, but none of them should currently be hostile to the Conzagas For the most part they live in or around Tergiversa, in the bay below the capital of Varlyrio. Illaryian is the dot with the circle around it on the map here, and Tergiversa would be the other larger dot below it in the Bay of Ilar (unless that is Kashgar, in which case my city can be pushed over a little to the other side of the river ) And by the way, as far as I know none of the dots on the map are named yet or have much real significance except for three cities in the Bay (Illaryian, Tergiversa, and Kashgar), so if anybody would like to name and place their family's headquarters in one of the others or establish a city somewhere else, feel free to do so! We don't have a land-claiming system like Avalonia did in the first couple of books, but everyone is welcome to build up their own city in Varlyrio if they'd like, or settle in the capital or another established location.
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    Into the Maw (Ch.II Cat. C)

    Nice build and intriguing story, Andrew - I'll second Navarre's comment about a character overview though, it's hard to keep everybody straight! I quite like those windows and the use of the orange Ninjago brick, and whether that is snow on the roof or the roof itself, it strikes me as odd every time I think about what it's meant to depict, but it looks neat regardless! Looking forward to where you go from here!
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    Introducing BoBS Cards!

    Nice! Glad to hear that the Captain's popular with his monkeys crew Thank you!
  8. Lovely vegetation in all these builds, guys, and I'm digging that tent design, Drunknok! The flap is quite simple but ingenious. The flowers in Ayrlego's first build are really neat as well, and those birds are quite gigantic!
  9. Nice little build, Capt! Those frogs on the clock are great (the whole clock is, really), and your ornate doorway is excellent as always! And love that cup and saucer, of course!
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    [OL-FB] A new fort in Astrapi

    Ah snap! Guess I'll have to be raiding the Corries this time around... A neat little fort, Bodi, though as Maxim mentioned, there doesn't seem to be much room to hide! (And, of course, that's what everybody tries to do when Captain Nordau comes riding in to harbor, )
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    [COR-FB] Departing Jameston

    Very nice little scene, Breg; lovely vessel, and an excellent building (those arches are great!) to set the backdrop Your waves always look really good despite being so simple, but my favorite thing here's probably that carriage As Captain Dee pointed out, it's a bit hard to spot and make out the details - but I'm loving what I can see!
  12. Very nice scene, Elos - the vegetation is great, and the Miraforma is both a clever idea and very nicely executed! Either the flower using those new leaf pieces in a spiral or the magenta flowers would be my favorite piece of greenery, but all of them work really well together to capture the jungle scene!
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    [ESL] Promotion to Admiral

    Great little scene, Capt - and as the others have mentioned, that sticker torso is fantastic! Really nice work!
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    [MOC] Angel - Emerald golem

    Sweet mech there, kobalt! Excellent choices for the color-scheme, and the whole thing has a kind of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea feeling to it that is quite neat Congrats on the front-paging too!
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    De Fiori Armory

    Thanks Kai - your camera certainly helped make the photography a bit easier Glad you like them! Here's how I explained it for Rogue: It's a little long (and seems to give the general impression of kneeling ), but that's what I was thinking, anyways! Capri's supposed to be probably around 11 years old or so... Thanks a lot Bas, had a lot of fun building this one! Yep, gotta have plenty of weapons around to make your way in this guild... Thanks mate, glad you like it! And I knew somebody would ask that so I did take an overview shot, but I warn you, it's not very pretty Thanks en_zoo! The arrows are these things (which LEGO uses as weather-vanes fairly frequently, I think. They seem to call them harpoons). It's a pity that they look so totally out of whack next to LEGO's bows, but they do look pretty good on their own