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This is the south gate of Lleidr Castle, a ruined fortress of central Avalonia, nestled in the eaves of a forest that has slowly grown over it. A band of outlaws has made it their abode, calling themselves the Merry Men of Lleidr. No one knows the history of the castle, as all records of it have vanished, and the bandits themselves do not care. They have repaired certain parts of the castle just enough to serve as living quarters and storehouses. They did not do an especially good job of repair, though; if they had been capable of an honest day's work at a building trade, after all, they would not have become bandits. A build for the Summer Joust 2017, Castle Collaboration category. My teammates, and fellow Merry Men of Lleidr, are @Henjin_Quilones (with his build The South Gate of Lleidr) and @ZlatanXVIGustaf (and his build(my favourite of the team) The Western Wall of Lleidr) . It was a lot of fun to make and I was surprised how large I could make the stone sections. The build may be a bit grey in places and I wish I did have more brick to make somethings (eg texturing) better but overall I am very pleased with it and I loved working within a team of other great builders. It was also amazing that we all agreed to do a castle that was right up my alley . Oh yea and the edit is pretty bad, I still haven't got the hang of it Hope you enjoy and C&C invited
High in the mountains, through rocky paths and freezing passes, over mountain pastures and valley villages, lies the Bellfast Citadel. Built as the last bastion of men in the second era by Barwyck the Bull, the castle has never fallen. It's strong walls, and two gates, as well as a tunnel where food can be smuggled in in the event of a siege, has insured that any that live inside will not be taken. There are rumors being spread among the citizens that there is an ancient dwarven stronghold nearby. More photos on my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/92375335@N06/sets/72157645389903049/with/14721291163/