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Postby Voran_the_Scholar » Sun May 18, 2008 3:41 am

Mine too.

God bless.

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Postby Sibley » Sun May 18, 2008 5:40 am

I just found out about this contest and am thinking of entering...I don't have any ideas yet but I've got a six-hour car ride tomorrow to think something up :)

Could you just clarify for me what you mean by "No fake blood"? Do you just mean no 'shopped-in blood, or even no trans-red tiles representing minifig blood?

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Postby LORD DOOM » Tue May 20, 2008 3:22 am

Sibley wrote:I just found out about this contest and am thinking of entering...I don't have any ideas yet but I've got a six-hour car ride tomorrow to think something up :)

Could you just clarify for me what you mean by "No fake blood"? Do you just mean no 'shopped-in blood, or even no trans-red tiles representing minifig blood?

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Sorry Sibley, I meant to respond sooner! I mean no blood, for the sake of the chillen's you know. I've come to realize that CC needs to be child-proof and so should any MOC's we decide to post here. This is a GOOD community and although I like to pretend to cause trouble, I know it's not the place for mature concepts, because it's LEGO and LEGO, although we'd like to deny it is designed for kids and the most child-like attributes we possess really are the best in us. Anyway I dragged that out a bit...BUT the point is no blood. If you build so furiously that you accidentally bleed on your LEGO you won't be docked points. ;)
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Postby castlebuilder100 » Tue May 20, 2008 3:34 am

LORD DOOM wrote:This is a GOOD community and although I like to pretend to cause trouble, I know it's not the place for mature concepts, because it's LEGO and LEGO, although we'd like to deny it is designed for kids and the most child-like attributes we possess really are the best in us.


I do agree that we should try to keep it clean and not to gory but you do have to be at least thirteen to join the forum. Oh and not to take a shot at Rocko or anything(because his MOCs are simply amazing :shock:) but he has some pretty weird stuff in some of his MOCs.
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Postby LORD DOOM » Tue May 20, 2008 4:51 am

castlebuilder100 wrote:
LORD DOOM wrote:This is a GOOD community and although I like to pretend to cause trouble, I know it's not the place for mature concepts, because it's LEGO and LEGO, although we'd like to deny it is designed for kids and the most child-like attributes we possess really are the best in us.


I do agree that we should try to keep it clean and not to gory but you do have to be at least thirteen to join the forum. Oh and not to take a shot at Rocko or anything(because his MOCs are simply ho:shock:) but he has some pretty weird stuff in some of his MOCs.


Rocko is an amazing artist and his work is really honestly INCOMPARABLE to many other artists in many many numerous creative ways, but I'm not Rocko and it's not my place to decide what's acceptable or not to him. Honestly I find nothing "unacceptable" about what he builds/imagines THATS NOT MY PLACE, I'd be honored if he himself entered my challenge but if his creation contradicted my expectations of what's SAFE or not he would, like any other contestant be disqualified. So yeah...k goodnight.

((Edit - for future reference CB100, please don't drag other builders and or their creations into the rules of this challenge. This challenge isn't about what you or he or she or I think is acceptable it's about what you can imagine and what you can create, given the elements allowed, namely LEGO. Following what I believe is a very simple set of guidelines. Refer to my first post.))
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Postby Sir Dano » Tue May 20, 2008 12:13 pm

LORD DOOM wrote: I mean no blood, for the sake of the chillen's you know. I've come to realize that CC needs to be child-proof and so should any MOC's we decide to post here. This is a GOOD community and although I like to pretend to cause trouble, I know it's not the place for mature concepts, because it's LEGO and LEGO, although we'd like to deny it is designed for kids and the most child-like attributes we possess really are the best in us. Anyway I dragged that out a bit...BUT the point is no blood. If you build so furiously that you accidentally bleed on your LEGO you won't be docked points. ;)


Glad to see I'm not the only one that feels this way. While I do like the occasianal (sp?) gory MOC, I prefer it when there's not alot of blood.
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Postby Voran_the_Scholar » Mon May 26, 2008 4:41 am

Wow! First Entry! And only five days left!

Okay, down to business...(Captions are below pics, followed by a larger deeplink.)

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One day, while sharing a drink with his good friend Jorik the Red, Voran the Scholar was shocked when Jorik's crystal ball spoke, telling him it was his destiny to destroy the rogue wizard Xerxes of the Moors.

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Now, with a band of bizarre but loyal companions, Voran must journey across the land,

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through exotic environments, staving off Xerxes' numerous assassins,

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Until their foe is vanquished...

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The adventure begins, my friends!

This was a really fun contest. I tried my hand at some different techniques. Micro-scale, a detailed vignette, and a diorama. I hope you enjoy. More pictures will follow in the gallery once I have a chance to take more pics.

I look forward to seeing what the rest of you have to offer.

God bless.

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Postby LORD DOOM » Wed May 28, 2008 6:18 am

:o Wow Voran! What a great entry! :)
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Postby DNL » Wed May 28, 2008 1:12 pm

Here's my entry:

An unpleasant surprise
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We were on our way to visit the dwarfs.
When we arrived at their mountain we were suddenly surrounded by Bhurths.


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The Bhurths took us inside and put us in one of the caves they used as jail.
They must've killed the dwarfs and taken their mountain...


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A couple of months later we heard shouts and the sound of weapons outside,
the Bhurths were under attack!


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Later one of the king's soldiers opened the door of our jail.
After months of bad food and no fresh air we were finally free!


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I hope you like it :P


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Postby Maedhros » Thu May 29, 2008 6:09 pm

OK, so I didn't really have the time and energy to do something serious, but here is a little homage to one (make that two) of the greatest movies ever made. I give you...

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Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Final Chapter

And if you don't understand a thing of what this is about, I can only tell you to go see the Kill Bill movies ;)

Have a good day!
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Postby LORD DOOM » Thu May 29, 2008 9:22 pm

Maedhros wrote:OK, so I didn't really have the time and energy to do something serious, but here is a little homage to one (make that two) of the greatest movies ever made. I give you...

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Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Final Chapter

And if you don't understand a thing of what this is about, I can only tell you to go see the Kill Bill movies ;)

Have a good day!


Dang-it Jonas! Why'd you have to go and get yourself disqualified bah' breaking da rulez? Ridiculously sweet MOC's none the less. The rulez still stand though for this round so I can't accept this entry. Sorry Homie. :(

[Edit - I really am sorry too. I guess that was a dumb rule. I really didn't want to have to do that to anybody. My bad guys. ]
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Postby Maedhros » Fri May 30, 2008 6:24 am

LORD DOOM wrote:Dang-it Jonas! Why'd you have to go and get yourself disqualified bah' breaking da rulez?


Hang on.. what rule? :shock:
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Postby castlebuilder100 » Fri May 30, 2008 6:25 am

Maedhros wrote:
LORD DOOM wrote:Dang-it Jonas! Why'd you have to go and get yourself disqualified bah' breaking da rulez?


Hang on.. what rule? :shock:


You used fake blood.
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Postby Luís » Sat May 31, 2008 11:45 pm

Here is my entry. Sorry for the megablockian pic quality.
I made a feudal lord's house in a castle, but without the fortifications. There are interiors, but they will be updated soon.
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/7Swor ... img168.jpg
The seemingly peaceful home. Or is it?
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/7Swor ... img165.jpg
The lovers planned to meet each another, but didn't expect to see the girl's dad
"I'll teach you to court my daughter!"
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/7Swor ... img166.jpg
The oblivious wizard forgot where he had put his plant growth potion.
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/7Swor ... img167.jpg
On the top, a knight figths a skellie with a two-handed sword. The soldier has no idea on how he got there.
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BTW, I love everyone else's entries.
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Postby Maedhros » Sun Jun 01, 2008 6:59 pm

castlebuilder100 wrote:
Maedhros wrote:
LORD DOOM wrote:Dang-it Jonas! Why'd you have to go and get yourself disqualified bah' breaking da rulez?


Hang on.. what rule? :shock:


You used fake blood.


Oh, my bad for not reading through the whole thread properly. I thought you meant photoshop effects and the like by "fake blood", no blood at all might have been a better wording.. I'll read more carefully next time ;)

I'm a little bit sad it had to end this way, but I'm afraid there's no other solution for having hurt the feelings of Maedhros. Only one thing left to do...

The Bride is back for the final cut

Cheers, Micah, and good luck with the judging ;)
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