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LOM UC: The Forbidden Castle
"It's only a building....right?" Elisa visits an old castle and finds more than what she was expecting.
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The Forbidden Castle

The Forbidden Castle
"There is an old castle in Santuario, Elisa. Yes, helping with the revolution comes first...but afterwards, I have something to show you..."


The Forbidden Castle

Ever since Gremlon's speech by Zelpunra's tower, things have been different. I still remember Santuario when it was a calm, peaceful place; a place where I dreamed of living someday. But as I watch the people on the island now, I can already see the change. It's not always direct violence or arguments. Sometimes it's subtle things.



Yesterday, the market was closed. There's been food shortages, and there wasn't any surplus to sell. I tell myself that this was inevitable, but I know the truth. The weapons that I delivered last month were not the swords and shields I had been expecting. No, it was technology and plans - plans for weapons that could destroy entire ships, ideas for battle strategies that could weaken Enalica. The horrifying part about it, though, is that the weapons weren't going to be used against the Golden Army. They were going to be used against the people. And that is why the market was closed.

There are some types of violence I can understand. The battle of Exileseat was understandable. There, we were fighting the Golden Army - the people who willfully gave their lives toward the corrupt ideals of the Enalican rulers. The people who really were evil. But here, the people we are fighting are not evil. They are ordinary people. In the crowds, I see people I know. Their faces take the forms of my friends, my family, my neighbors. And that's when I realize that I can't do it. I cannot "liberate" the island if it means destroying the lives of innocents. I cannot fight against the weak, the inexperienced fighters who only want their families to survive. I can't.

But I must. Gremlon tells me that we can stop their starvation, their oppression, if only we can win. And I remember that the rewards outweigh the consequences; however dubious the methods, we are working for a righteous cause. And that is what gives me the strength to raise my bow as Gremlon creeps ahead with his wand held high, searching for the men that he claims are here.



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As he nears the moat of a towering castle, he sees something. Gesturing for me to go back, he stops walking and draws his wand higher. I see a bright flash; about half a dozen men are suddenly visible, standing perfectly still. They have been temporarily blinded and paralyzed by the spell. 

This, now, is where I am supposed to come in. I am supposed to shoot them with my arrows. I am supposed to kill them. Murder them. I will be the one responsible for their deaths, while Gremlon - the one who led the attacks - will be able to walk away without being a murderer, without having killed anyone. And I - the one who, as a child, could barely even kill a rabbit - am the one killing them. As I string my bow, I begin to wonder if Gremlon had other motives for this plan. Was it merely a strategic way to effectively kill the men, or was the plan designed as a test for me, to see if I had the strength to do what was needed.

But I will not be a test subject. I am not going to be a mindless slave, bending to Gremlon's will and going against my own conscience. Gremlon believes that strength is conforming to his wishes, even when I don't want to. But I see it differently. For me, true strength is doing what I know is right, even when he refuses to let me do so.

It is not the first time I have been told to act against my wishes. For the past months, I have had to do what he has commanded me to do, regardless of my own desires. But now, I will change that.



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Gremlon looks at me, gesturing for me to go on with it. To kill them.

I put my bow down. "No," I say. "No." He begins to respond in protest, but I cut him off as I speak to the enemies.

"Today, you are being shown mercy. You are free. I will not harm you. It is the weak who commit acts of violence, for they think that violence makes them strong. But strength does not come through physical intimidation. It comes through feats of character.
"Today, you have come near death. But you are now brought back to life, as I have saved you. It is not through yourselves that you have survived; it is from me. I have bested you; I have had control over your fate. It is at this moment of ultimate control at which one can see the essence of a person. Most people are weak; they choose to take the easy path, by simply murdering. But today, I am choosing to be strong. I am giving you forgiveness, because I refuse to be weak.
"Remember what you have seen today. There will come a day when you will have an opportunity to decide for yourselves how to live. I do not know when this day will come; it may be today, it may be in a year. But it will come. The question is whether you have learned from what you are seeing. When the time comes to discover your own path in the world, will you make the right choice?
"Santuario is being divided. The leading rebels are the violent ones, the ones who pursue their ends through force. But peace must survive in this world. I will not be a ruler. Rulers are corrupt and evil; they must commit villainous acts to keep power. But I will be a leader. I will be the beginning of a new age; an age of true strength, and not the weak violence that is plaguing the island. I will not be a physical leader, but I depart from you today in the hopes that my actions toward you will inspire change. If it is just one life that this act will save, then that is enough. But whatever I do, I will not be weak.
"Leave."



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I step back, savoring the look of shock on the men's faces. They look back at me before running. 

After a moment, I remember Gremlon. He is shaking his head, muttering to himself. I try to say something to him, but he ignores me. I walk away and sit by the edge of the moat, watching the soft ripples and waiting.


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It is hours before Gremlon will speak to me. When he does, the words bring a chill down my spine. "You should not have released those men. They were not innocent men; they were supporters of William Marshall - the Boss."

"And maybe I persuaded them to leave the Boss. A few men more or less is no big difference. Perhaps he'll even underestimate us; maybe he'll think that the men aren't dead because we couldn't kill them."

"You couldn't kill them," Gremlon retorts angrily. "I had nothing to do with it, other than trying to figure out how to clean up this mess. Any advantage that Marshall has is an advantage that could end up killing us."

"Don't worry about him so much, Gremlon. The Boss is one man. All we have to do is get him isolated. Two against one - we can beat him."

Gremlon sighs, still looking concerned. "You have not listened to Halbert," he mutters. "Hasn't he told you how his friends fared when they tried to face William? Didn't you hear what happened to Reghof? Inigo? Filberth?"

I close my eyes, trying to think of what to say. "Halbert...he doesn't like to talk to me about them. From what I've gathered, though, they all faced the Boss alone. The Boss won because he separated them. His strengths are in his tactics, not his strength - if we don't leave each other, we can beat the Boss."

I quickly notice that I must have said something wrong; Gremlon looks at me, frustration in his eyes. "Dammit, Elisa, don't call him The Boss. Call him William. Calling him what he wants to be called - if you do that, he's already won. You have to remember that despite what he wants to think, there's still traces of the old hero in him. If you want to beat your enemy, you have to understand him, and the struggle between his old and new selves are his true defining aspect. It's the one advantage you have over those who have fought him in the past - as far as I know, nobody else of any significance has ever found out what I did about William's past."

"We already have an advantage, then. Why not just fight him now, now that you know who he is? And why the hell are we going into this old place?"

Gremlon shakes his head and looks away. I think about apologizing for losing my temper, but I can't. It's not fair that he expects me to understand what he wants me to do when he doesn't tell me half of what he knows. It's unreasonable. Unbearable.

Finally, after a moment that feels like a century, Gremlon looks up. "We aren't going in there. You are. You see, there's some things that I just cannot teach you right now. If you are to have any hope of besting William, you must be more prepared, and I am not able to teach you everything. Some things you must learn in different ways. You must find out for yourself how to interpret what you find."

I've come to the conclusion that there's some book, or perhaps a demonstration, inside the building. He's right - his current method of teaching just isn't enough. The Boss can't be stopped by exact instructions - I need to learn how to determine for myself what I am learning.

I begin to step forward toward the doors of the keep, but Gremlon puts a hand on my shoulder, stopping me. "Remember Elisa.... Whatever you see in there, it's all for your benefit. I have the best of intentions in sending you in there."


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I stare, confused. "What are you talking about? It's only a building....right?" And then I realize. Something is wrong. There is something inside that building - something dangerous. Something powerful. Something terrifying.

At the last second, I mentally try to stop the course of my footsteps, but I find it impossible. I am inexplicably drawn to the doors; by some means, I am unable to alter my path. My choices are gone; free will has abandoned me.


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I - no, my feet - step under the doorway. For a moment, I see a flash of brilliant light. Foreboding murmurs from Gremlon. Then it is gone. Nothing. The world has vanished. 

No. I have vanished.


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Just like last year, I decided that June would be a good time to make a large moc incorporating a lot of techniques and aesthetic ideas that I've learned over the past few months. The result is one of my favorite mocs. It's the first castle that I've built in a long time, and I'll definitely have to make more in the future!

Special thanks to Gilbert for some help with the layout!


As I've been making this MOC I've been working on a WIP guide showing the progression of the moc and detailing the techniques and processes used to build it. Keep a look out for it!

A lot of people have mentioned something about the timber section being low. As you can see in the story, the castle isn't a defensive structure; it's more of a haunted...ish...place. In other words, it isn't meant to keep people out, it's just meant to be frightening.

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I tried out a new tree design, using lots of various clip pieces to get some interesting textures and angles.

The Forbidden Castle

The well is a new(ish) technique; it's done using a bunch of clips attached to a life preserver.

Thanks for viewing!





Forbidden Castle WIP Guide
Click on the above image to see a detailed guide about how I made this MOC!



Comments

 I made it 
  August 17, 2015
Quoting Julia LeeP I love how well you set the mood here, and the textures for the castle are wonderful. The ground textures are a little blocky, especially in the front, but overall, this is really impressive.
Thanks! And that's what I get for doing almost the entire landscape in one day :P
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  August 17, 2015
I love how well you set the mood here, and the textures for the castle are wonderful. The ground textures are a little blocky, especially in the front, but overall, this is really impressive.
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  July 26, 2015
Quoting Castle Builder Wow! This is definatly one of the best MOCs I've ever seen! 10/10! Also, where do you get all of your pieces from?
Thanks! A lot of people get pieces from Bricklink; however, I've actually never used bricklink. Most of my pieces are just from sets. I've also gotten some pieces (water, brown plates, dark green, etc) from the PaB wall (in Lego stores)
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  July 25, 2015
Wow! This is definatly one of the best MOCs I've ever seen! 10/10! Also, where do you get all of your pieces from?
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  July 12, 2015
I can't believe I haven't commented on this. There's not much to say that hasn't already been said, but fantastic work, in nearly every aspect! Story was well-done as well, if a tad cliche. :) Incredible work, once again!
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  July 9, 2015
Amazing! Great work. I'm digging the color choices.
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  July 8, 2015
Well, that's pretty good.
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  July 7, 2015
Holy wow, another amazing build, very awesome.
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  July 6, 2015
cool
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  July 6, 2015
Quoting Zach Lucia This is probably my favorite from you, I love everything about it! ~Zach
I think it might be my favorite too, or at least close to it - in most ways it's a bit better than Zelpunra's tower (although that beats this, and any of my other MOCs, if you're just looking at the bottom half), and it certainly beats Mother Hulda in most aspects. I'm not sure whether it quite beats BSI, but it certainly comes close, and it's nice to see that I can beat 2-month MOCs with a 10-day (or maybe less) MOC!
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  July 6, 2015
This is probably my favorite from you, I love everything about it! ~Zach
Halhi 141
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Andrew Alexander
  July 5, 2015
Your style of building is splendid! Never stops surprising me! Your textures and reality techniques are awesome!
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  July 4, 2015
Pretty cool. Next do Castle Greyskull!
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  July 4, 2015
Quoting Cameron Wilson I love the landscapeing! great job. Are those door handles silver rings? If so where did you get them?
Thanks! It's cut ribbed tubing, which is considered purist since some sets require you to cut it.
  July 4, 2015
@ Cameron: ah-ha! Halhi has been caught im-purist :O
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  July 4, 2015
I love the landscapeing! great job. Are those door handles silver rings? If so where did you get them?
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  July 3, 2015
Quoting Mariner 1000 Wonderful job, Halhi! I love all the different textures and the landscape. Btw, when did you start using fleshy figs? :P
Thanks! I've been using them ever since my TT R4 entry.
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  July 3, 2015
Wonderful job, Halhi! I love all the different textures and the landscape. Btw, when did you start using fleshy figs? :P
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  July 3, 2015
Quoting Kevin Moyer Splendid work! The colors and texturing are excellent.
Thanks Kevin!
Quoting Andrew JN Awesome! I like the color the dark red and dark orange add to this build. Great textures on castle wall itself. I really like the well too, cool technique you used there! You definitely achieved the "foreboding and forbidden" look!
Thanks Andrew! I've been meaning to use this color scheme for a while, I'm glad it turned out well! (my previous UC was actually a test to see how it would look.
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  July 3, 2015
Quoting Subic Vedran Keep out sign is not necessary. Castle is mean enough to gave this massage away. I like color scheeme and big black tree the most. Base edges are good too.
Thanks ;) Yeah, the Keep Out sign was meant to be sort of stating the obvious ;)
Quoting The Dunedain98 Excellent work! So many fantastic details in this MOC, and the color scheme is great! The red and dark orange work well together. The well is brilliant, as is the gate and the details around it too! Another amazing creation from you!
Thanks Dunedain! I'm glad you like the well; I came up with that technique on the second to last day, and it's probably one of my favorite parts too.
 I made it 
  July 3, 2015
Quoting Reese Hawthorne I would say that this is some of your finest work, with both the story and build! Keep it up!
Thanks Reese!
Quoting Caleb Walker Fantastic work here! I love your choice of the colors! The stonework is superb!
Thanks Caleb!
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  July 3, 2015
Quoting David FNJ Fantastic build! I really like the landscaping colors, and the rocks are very well done. The stonework too is masterful. Awesome!
Thanks FNJ!
Quoting Stephen Boe This has to be one of my favorite builds you've done. There's no green in this build, a lot of darker colors, which I like, because it's pretty different from the rest of your builds. The architecture and groundwork are so well done.
Thanks! This is definitely one of my favorites too. It's hard for me to determine which MOC is my overall favorite though. Mother Hulda has the best techniques and overall mood, but the details and refinement were lacking. BSI was probably the best balance of everything. This has the best refinement and an excellent mood, but the technical level isn't as impressive as most of my other builds.
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  July 3, 2015
Splendid work! The colors and texturing are excellent.
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  July 3, 2015
Awesome! I like the color the dark red and dark orange add to this build. Great textures on castle wall itself. I really like the well too, cool technique you used there! You definitely achieved the "foreboding and forbidden" look!
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  July 3, 2015
Keep out sign is not necessary. Castle is mean enough to gave this massage away. I like color scheeme and big black tree the most. Base edges are good too.
Halhi 141
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Nate B.
  July 1, 2015
Oh my gosh, this is amazing. The build is 'build'-iful (sorry for the bad pun) and the story was freaking amazing!
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  July 1, 2015
Excellent work! So many fantastic details in this MOC, and the color scheme is great! The red and dark orange work well together. The well is brilliant, as is the gate and the details around it too! Another amazing creation from you!
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  July 1, 2015
I would say that this is some of your finest work, with both the story and build! Keep it up!
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  July 1, 2015
Fantastic work here! I love your choice of the colors! The stonework is superb!
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Thomas . :0 Wow.
Thanks :P
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Freeling ++ Oh my Google.
Oh my Bing.
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  July 1, 2015
:0 Wow.
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  July 1, 2015
Oh my Google.
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Mr. Cab I meant a wall perpendicular to the middle wall all the way at the right of the middle wall going backwards. :P As in, two sides of the tower instead of just one.
Oh, right. A timber section would have blocked that, but I ran out of stonework pieces (1x2 tiles, snot bricks, masonry bricks, round plates, small plates, etc)
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Armon Russ I know it's been done before. But I was going to patent it and everything. :P Oh, and almost forgot, Kai would die if he saw all those square tiles. xD
:P Kai's seen this path technique a few times (including in his favorite of my builds); he says he's "undecided" on it, so I'm fine with that ;)
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  July 1, 2015
This has to be one of my favorite builds you've done. There's no green in this build, a lot of darker colors, which I like, because it's pretty different from the rest of your builds. The architecture and groundwork are so well done.
  July 1, 2015
Quoting Halhi 141 Thanks! I usually don't read stories unless they have Steven the Bull in them :P
That's a pity. There are far better stories than his these days.
  July 1, 2015
I meant a wall perpendicular to the middle wall all the way at the right of the middle wall going backwards. :P As in, two sides of the tower instead of just one.
  July 1, 2015
Quoting Halhi 141 Thanks Armon! Ha, I had forgotten about you using dark red until I posted this, but I think others have used it before (Luke Watkins used it in a fairly chaotic color scheme a while back)
I know it's been done before. But I was going to patent it and everything. :P Oh, and almost forgot, Kai would die if he saw all those square tiles. xD
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  July 1, 2015
Fantastic build! I really like the landscaping colors, and the rocks are very well done. The stonework too is masterful. Awesome!
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Rosalyn Crown Brilliant colors and mood! ~Phoenix Rose
Quoting MCLegoboy ! This is really nice. I'd say it's your best castle thing.
Thanks!
Quoting Armon Russ Annnd there go my chances of winning another UC. :P The texturing and shaping on this thing is amazing. And that dead tree adds a lot to it. I like the landscaping, too . . . but dark red was supposed to be my thing! Dx Anyway, a very unique build, and definitely one of your best. I'm with Gilbert on the story. I'll voice my thoughts when I'm judging it. :P
Thanks Armon! Ha, I had forgotten about you using dark red until I posted this, but I think others have used it before (Luke Watkins used it in a fairly chaotic color scheme a while back)
 I made it 
  July 1, 2015
Quoting Julia . Great job! The castle is awesome!
Thanks Julia!
Quoting Mr. Cab Excellent as always. I do think it looks a bit like a facade instead of a whole castle because there is no wall going back from the middle tower, but it's still an excellent build.
Thanks. You mean a wall behind the right wall segment? I wanted to put another timber section there, but I ran out of time.
 I made it 
  July 1, 2015
Quoting Dave Zambito Wow, amazing work here. Really like the terrain you did, masonry is good as well.
Quoting Andrew Spader Beautiful build! I love the colors, and the stonework is superb. The story, too, it nice. Keep it up!
Quoting Stephan Niehoff The ground textures are very ingenious.
Quoting Nate B. Oh my gosh, this is amazing. The build is 'build'-iful (sorry for the bad pun) and the story was freaking amazing!
Thanks everyone! I'm glad the story is bearable this time :P
 I made it 
  July 1, 2015
Quoting David . "I'm not afraid!" "You will be... You will be..." Nice build, and top notch story! Usually I don't read the really long ones unless they're really interesting and I don't need to look at five billion other builds getting some context. Good luck, 'Liza!
Thanks! I usually don't read stories unless they have Steven the Bull in them :P
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Benaiah N. Awesome! Love the texture on the wall!
Thanks, I was fairly satisfied with the stonework for once ;)
Quoting Brick Boy One of the most impressive LOM builds I have seen since I joined.
Quoting Benjamin Olson Wow! Very impressive! The build is awesome, and the story is great! Overall, an amazing build! Can't wait to see what happens next! keep it up!
Thanks!
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Mr. Unknown . Love all the wall textures! Great build!
Thanks!
Quoting Joseph Olson Excellent! My thoughts on the build have already been expressed in the WIPs, so I'll just focus on the story. I liked it a lot, the writing itself was good, there was some good characterization. Elise's soliloquy was a little out of place, IMO, but other then that, nice work!
Thanks, I'm glad the extra time that I spent on this story (unlike, say, a certain one I posted in GoH....) paid off :)
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Hildigrim Took I love that well, I like the figures also ;)
Thanks Hildigrim! I'll have to make sure I include a pic of the well construction in the WIP guide; the technique is modified from something LouisB used for a REC challenge a couple years ago.
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Gilbert Despathens I haven't said it before, but I like that tree. The finished landscaping is also nice to behold (even though my poor eyes can't tell most of the colors apart except for in the close-ups), and it really makes me wish I had the parts to try something like that. Alas, the natural world has never been my favorite to put into bricks - give me elegant architecture any day, and all the tiles you can muster. I'm still trying to decide what my feelings are about the story, so I guess you'll have to wait until UC judging to hear my final opinion. All in all, good work, and it was nice to be involved in the creative process.
Thanks. (and I had forgotten that you wouldn't be able to tell the colors apart :P) I was actually surprised that I had enough dark red and dark orange pieces for this, because my parts collection in those colors mostly consists of a couple of sets. I, too, am not really a fan of landscaping - I'd much rather do buildings, but I do like smaller/different landscapes like my April UC. Thanks!
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  July 1, 2015
Quoting Noel Peterson Nice! I can't wait to hear where the story goes next.
Luckily, because of certain circumstances, I'll finish this storyline by August :P
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  July 1, 2015
Annnd there go my chances of winning another UC. :P The texturing and shaping on this thing is amazing. And that dead tree adds a lot to it. I like the landscaping, too . . . but dark red was supposed to be my thing! Dx Anyway, a very unique build, and definitely one of your best. I'm with Gilbert on the story. I'll voice my thoughts when I'm judging it. :P
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  July 1, 2015
Nice! I can't wait to hear where the story goes next.
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  July 1, 2015
Brilliant colors and mood! ~Phoenix Rose
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  July 1, 2015
This is really nice. I'd say it's your best castle thing.
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  July 1, 2015
woah! Brilliant work. The castle walls look fantastic, I hope I will be able to build walls like that when I build a castle for myself. Oh and look; a well! :P I suppose you had that idea before me :P At least we used different techniques. ;)
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  July 1, 2015
Excellent as always. I do think it looks a bit like a facade instead of a whole castle because there is no wall going back from the middle tower, but it's still an excellent build.
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  July 1, 2015
Great job! The castle is awesome!
  July 1, 2015
I haven't said it before, but I like that tree. The finished landscaping is also nice to behold (even though my poor eyes can't tell most of the colors apart except for in the close-ups), and it really makes me wish I had the parts to try something like that. Alas, the natural world has never been my favorite to put into bricks - give me elegant architecture any day, and all the tiles you can muster. I'm still trying to decide what my feelings are about the story, so I guess you'll have to wait until UC judging to hear my final opinion. All in all, good work, and it was nice to be involved in the creative process.
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  July 1, 2015
Wow, amazing work here. Really like the terrain you did, masonry is good as well.
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  July 1, 2015
Beautiful build! I love the colors, and the stonework is superb. The story, too, it nice. Keep it up!
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  July 1, 2015
The ground textures are very ingenious.
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  June 30, 2015
"I'm not afraid!" "You will be... You will be..." Nice build, and top notch story! Usually I don't read the really long ones unless they're really interesting and I don't need to look at five billion other builds getting some context. Good luck, 'Liza!
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  June 30, 2015
Wow! Very impressive! The build is awesome, and the story is great! Overall, an amazing build! Can't wait to see what happens next! keep it up!
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  June 30, 2015
One of the most impressive LOM builds I have seen since I joined.
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  June 30, 2015
Awesome! Love the texture on the wall!
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  June 30, 2015
Excellent! My thoughts on the build have already been expressed in the WIPs, so I'll just focus on the story. I liked it a lot, the writing itself was good, there was some good characterization. Elise's soliloquy was a little out of place, IMO, but other then that, nice work!
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  June 30, 2015
Love all the wall textures! Great build!
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  June 30, 2015
I love that well, I like the figures also ;)
 
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