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In times of need, the watchtowers of Eolas are manned to protect and give spirit to the nearby villages. I was having a look down my stream and I realized I had only made one round tower. So feeling that it was compulsory to have a go at another I came up with this. I think the result was much better than I had planned and the landscape was a bit of an experiment but I am really happy with the end look. Flowers and vines make things look pretty Hope you enjoy and C&C needed.
We had returned with haste yet we were slowed by winters wrath. After many detours we finally made it home. There was no great hurrah when we returned, the chill kept children and elderly inside and the woman were busy caring for them. As we marched, limped, hoped and rode through the streets wives emerged from houses, watching for men that would never come. It saddened him to think of the woman that would never see their beloved husbands again. Already men drifted towards taverns and inns and he knew the ale would flow as men drown their grief. He let them go, now was not the time for the discipline and order of a shoulder, now was a time for a man mourning his fallen friends. But he could not let his grief over come him. He was summoned by the heir of Historica and he would not rest until he placed his sword at the heirs feet with the might of Eolas at his back. So if you haven't noticed this is the same build as "A heroes farewell' but slightly modified which is the reason for build and photo quality which isn't the best oh well I would rather this than rebuilding the whole thing . At last, the main story is finally finished although I am hoping to do a epilogue in the near future. This has been a load of fun to make and although the builds were the main focus I enjoyed writing the story's too. It was great when I was out of ideas and had nothing to do to be able to come back and build something. So overall I am pretty happy with it and hope you guys have enjoyed these little builds The previous build in the saga: A hollow victory
The battle had gone terribly. The Drow had ambushed them and caught them unaware. They sliced through us like a hot knife through butter. Though they had smaller numbers the Drow fought savagely. Finally, after the first initial massacre, we at last gained a foot hold. Filled with a lust for revenge, the tides turned and we overwhelmed them. We had won. Although it was not with out loss. 2 out of 5 men had perished that day and many wives made widows and children fatherless. I felt anger rise within me. He would cleanse this entire island of drow before this the coming of summer and... "M'lord?" He was interrupted by a messenger, a scruffy looking fellow holding a small letter. "yes?" I asked him. " y-y-you are Lord Maestro?" He obviously did not recognize me with out my usual beard, which I had shaved off as a sign of mourning. "I believe so, you have a message?" "M'lord, the true heir to historica has returned, m'lord and he is calling all faithful to his banner. I know you may not believe me m'lord but its true, the sent me too y-" "Enough" I cut off his babbling and turned to a passing guard "Tell my commanders to meet me in my pavilion immediately". Cleansing Eolas can wait, It was time to join the king, and fight the real enemy. Not at all really satisfied with this build. The rock work is meh, the layering is meh, and the fig posing is meh :/ The story is also meh as I kinda got carried away :P Oh well, what I lack now I will (try) make up for in my next big build. Hope you enjoy :) Also, yes I did see that arrow that fell out The previous build in the saga: A heroes farewell The Next build in the saga: A chilly welcome
Now that war is approaching Eolas The Maestro has mustered a fine army of men, ready to rid his land of those blasted drow. Now that they are ready The Maestro has gathered a small representation of his army to strike fear into his opponents. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr The maestro in his war armour. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Foot soldiers and commander The back bone of the army, these soldiers and their commanders make up the majority of the army. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Archers Used to shoot down the opposition before the contact begins they are the second most popular troop. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr knight Knights are used to reinforce the front line, They are often found accompanying squadrons of foot soldiers. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Pike men Used at the very front line, pike men act as a spiky wall against the approaching army. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Light cavalry Useful for quick recon missions and ambushes they are trained to ride with as minimal weight as possible. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Heavy cavalry These tanks are used to break enemy lines and scatter weak formations. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Forest men Used to infiltrate areas where normal troops cannot reach they are silent and deadly enemies, chosen from only the best foot soldiers. Soldiers of Eolas by Jed cameron, on Flickr Guardsmen They are the only troop that was active all year round, they protect towns and villages and act as chaperones for high ranking officials. A friend lent me some minifigs and accessories so I decided to put them to good use and complete task one. I found building a small number of things for scenery and rearranging them for each shot worked well in this scenario as it was easier than building an entire moc for each different soldier. I don't think there is anything else to say so please tell me if im doing anything wrong, it's my first time posting a task. Hope you enjoy