Spud The Viking

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About Spud The Viking

  • Birthday October 7

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    Male
  • Location
    Great Britain
  • Interests
    Redcoats, town layouts and Star Wars.

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    Scotland
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  1. The Great Ball of King's Harbour

    I have expressed interest but not on this post, here is Spud If it's difficult sourcing the kilt, I'm happy to use an alternative character.
  2. [COR-FB] Karst Geographers

    Nice cartographer's office. I really like the fact you've laid everything out, it makes the game a bit more real. Good work!
  3. Minifig Contest Voting

    Entry 2 and Entry 14
  4. Here's my two attempts using my parts; Elite Special Air Service Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Elite Special Air Service by Tom Gray, on Flickr Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Elite Special Air Service by Tom Gray, on Flickr Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Elite Special Air Service by Tom Gray, on Flickr Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Elite Special Air Service by Tom Gray, on Flickr Peacekeeper Photographer Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Peacekeeper photographer by Tom Gray, on Flickr Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Peacekeeper photographer by Tom Gray, on Flickr Eurobricks GBW Minifigure sub-contest: Peacekeeper photographer by Tom Gray, on Flickr
  5. A very nice build! I like your cobblestone technique and how illustrious this foundry looks. I also had plans to build an artillery foundry, Corrington will not have an arms problem anytime soon.
  6. Thanks Thank you, I'm glad you like it.
  7. Settlement, Jameston, Celestia, Corrington

    Licensed Small Residential
  8. Entry for Category B, in Era II, Challenge I After locking horns with Spud, Captain Joshua set into the deep jungle. His academic training told him to follow the nearest river and find the source, like many other great Corrington explorers. After many hours of avoiding bugs and mud, Joshua set eyes upon a reasonably sized waterfall, the first there had been upon this river. Joshua Falls by Tom Gray, on Flickr "Hmm, bring along the maps, I wish to check the records" Joshua ordered his lackey "Aha, it seems this river has previously been recorded by someone from Oleon and by comparing it to my fine sketch, it seems they have failed to add in this waterfall" Joshua Falls by Tom Gray, on Flickr "Now, what shall we call this geographical feature? 'Joshua Falls'. Not to be vain but I think it matches my handsome looks" One of the soldiers made a boking sound but it was easily dismissed by the Captain. Joshua Falls by Tom Gray, on Flickr The report reads as follows; Figure 34 shows a waterfall approximately fifteen feet high. The above river of roughly eight feet at its widest point cascades down and widens to approximately eighteen feet in width. This has slowed the river down considerably, but the exact amount of water flowing per hour could not be recorded due to the loss of a measuring tape and the subsequent argument of which member of the party's definition of 'one foot in length'. A beaten path leads up to the waterfall but there is no buildings or other features in the vicinity. The waterfall has been named 'Joshua Falls' after its discoverer, Captain Joshua of Corrington, who was funded by Frederick Spud of Clan Spud. Joshua Falls by Tom Gray, on Flickr "Very good, let us continue on, we'll find a path up this hill and then back to the river" Little did they know, someone was lurking within the bushes. Joshua Falls by Tom Gray, on Flickr More shots;
  9. Whoops, I read it as 31st too, thinking it was the end of the month
  10. Small Residential: Footprint 256 studs Spud needed to get in on the action, but after landing in Jameston he noticed the inns and taverns were already fully booked. The only available space was a converted warehouse. A Hasty Meeting by Tom Gray, on Flickr A Hasty Meeting by Tom Gray, on Flickr "And who might you be", Spud asked. "Captain Joshua, sir. I'm leading the expedition on your behalf" A Hasty Meeting by Tom Gray, on Flickr "Very well, see to it my name is mentioned, and carry the flag of Corrington wherever you may go" "Aye sir, but these supplies may not last us and the men are fitted for regular climate and not crawling through the mire of a jungle" "May I remind you Captain that these men will go anywhere and not complain, they are my finest soldiers and I am having second thoughts of you leading them!" "May I remind you, Sir Spud, that I have Academy training in becoming an officer, my family did not simply buy a regiment" "Then it shall be easy for you to lead this expedition with your academic excellence, Captain Joshua. Good day to you." A Hasty Meeting by Tom Gray, on Flickr
  11. Very good story telling as usual! Great build, sort of puts my chopper to shame
  12. A very clean and well built building! The photography really brings the build to life. Superb!