Spud The Viking

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  • Birthday October 7

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  1. Spud The Viking

    [COR Sep FB2] Lotii Residence, Port Raleigh

    Beautiful build! I like how you kept the flowers on their stalk, and the fish below the water Great overall feel to the place!
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    [Freebuild - Mitgardia] Amos Lachlan's Parish

    Thanks, I'll add more variation next time! Thank you! Thanks! Maybe 1x2's would have been better given the size. Thanks! Aye, I rushed the landscape a bit and it does show. Thanks for the comments!
  3. Amos Lachlan's Parish | Spud the Viking | Mitgardia
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    [SR - FB] Bastion coast guard

    This is superb, it all feels true to the theme of the Sea Rats. That round tower is excellent and you have included many nice details like the wharf area, mortar etc. Overall, nice build!
  5. I'm loving the angles and the overall shape is brilliant! Great microbuild.
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    [Freebuild - Mitgardia] Amos Lachlan's Parish

    Thanks for the feedback! I was maybe to hasty in posting this and probably spent more time on the landscape as many of you have suggested. I will improve this next time. Thanks! Didn't realise there was Scotsman in the Guilds. My pathwork does need improvement, I'll try to up this for next time.
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    [Freebuild - Mitgardia] Amos Lachlan's Parish

    Thank you all for the kind comments! I'm glad you like my character
  8. Spud The Viking

    Book III - Mitgardia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    Amos Lachlan's parish:
  9. Amos Lachlan is the local clergyman of a small farming village in the lowlands of Mitgardia. His time is spent studying and as a chronicler, writing down historic events and descriptions. He feels the time is right to venture beyond the green fields of home and begin meeting other settlements, finding out their local history and any needs he can help with. More pictures: I built this mainly to introduce my character, and rather than having a warrior or tradesman, why not have a man of faith? I've been wanting to join GoH for many years and I've finally dived into the action.
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    Book III - Mitgardia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    Amos Lachlan Titles and Profession: Clergyman, chronicler, scholar. Short Bio: Amos Lachlan is the second son of a farming family in the South lowlands of Mitgardia. He preaches within a small community and still has a soft-spot for agriculture because of his upbringing. Lachlan would like to venture out into surrounding settlements in order to get a general sense of the politics and needs of the people. He keeps notes of current events in order to provide written history. Along with him travels his dog; Kirk. Hometown: A small village on the West side of the Antler river Parts: to be updated __________ Okay, after many, many years of wishing to join GoH, here I am. I was torn between factions but I felt inclined towards Mitgardia, looking forward to building Medieval along with you guys!
  11. Spud The Viking

    Useful Pirate Pieces from other Themes?

    Indeed, I've used them before but these new ones would look great for Prussian troops.
  12. Spud The Viking

    To Hell (and back?)

    Nice scenes and story! I look forward to the next part!
  13. Spud The Viking

    On a deserted island

    Nice build! That's a lot of masonry bricks I like the mixture of colours and the different levels of the build, it really feels as if it's been there for centuries!
  14. Spud The Viking

    Useful Pirate Pieces from other Themes?

    The new Winter Village fire station has some great black torsos on the firefighters
  15. I have a quick question which I'm guessing would go here - is a rock quarry required to harvest stone for a settlement? A quarry is obviously a large scale project, but clearing stones from an area is vastly different. I ask simply because it would not make sense to build a property containing stone in a settlement without a quarry.