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  1. When I first saw pictures of Gargantos from set 76205 Gargantos Showdown, I thought 'if I flip that beauty over, I'll have the beginnings of a cool beholder.' And that's exactly what I did! I bought it almost as soon as it was released, but rather than build it entirely as instructed, I modded it as I went using building techniques running in opposite directions: up-to-down and down-to-up. For those who don't know, a beholder is a classic D&D monster from the game's earliest days. They can take many forms and colours but all the 'true' beholders have one central eye, a mouth and 10 stalks each ending in an eye. Here's mine:
  2. luizfranca

    Xaymothar, the Beholder

    Hi all, I'm new here, but I'm an old term member from LUG Brasil along with Fantu. Fantu had told me about the latest Dragon Building Contest, and convinced me to take part on it. I had built an dungeon to show in our yearly fan event, and the Beholder is supposed to be the dungeon boss. Beholder3 by luiz carlos pina franca, on Flickr