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As the sun was rising, the Rainosian army arrived at the orcish fortress. The original force of 500 was now a mere 373, having lost the other soldiers to preying bands of dwarves.



Harmond stood next to the leader of the archers, a man named Aaron.

Harmond: The doors are too thick, we'll never break them.

Aaron: That's why we'll be going over the walls.

Harmond: True. PREPARE FOR BATTLE!



As Harmond shouted, the previously empty walls of the fortress filled with orcs and goblins. The leader was on top of the cliff, surrounded by a group of guards.



Harmond: Charge!
He started dashing up the ladder, followed by another soldier.



When they reached the top, the Rainosian ballista fired, taking out an orc on the wall. Harmond immediately began climbing up to the top of the cliff. He, Aaron and a man named Garren had all agreed to take out the orc leader, whilst the rest of the army, led by a knight named Raelenor, took out the bulk of the orc army.



The soldier was taken out by an orc with a pickaxe, while Harmond reached the top of the cliff.



He was joined by Garren and Aaron, and they started to battle the group of orcs.



Suddenly there was a loud horn being blown, and on the ground a large group of about 100 Halidran, along with a pack of wargs charged towards the main body of the Rainosian army, killing about 20 in their first charge. Harmond looked down, but there was nothing he could do.



One of the orcs on the wall fired a mounted ballista which shot a chain, ripping out the throat of a soldier on the ground.





Suddenly a huge, grey warg pounced on top of the orc leader, nocking him down.



The warg bounded off, just as a man holding a sword and shield ran out after it. Harmond stabbed the orc as it stood up.



Harmond shook hands with the man, who introduced himself as Darriar.




4th wall: Okay, so I hate this story, but love the build. The reason the story sucks is I lost a bunch of pictures, and have already taken it apart. Anyway, this is some of my best landscaping and rock work, and the walls are okay I guess. Anyway, bonus pictures!

























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 I like it 
  July 2, 2016
This needs more likes!
 I made it 
  June 2, 2016
Quoting Lego Beethoven I also like all the SNOT you used! Great job!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  June 2, 2016
I also like all the SNOT you used! Great job!
 I made it 
  June 2, 2016
Quoting Chris . Pretty cool looking build! Great action and loving the ground color scheme. The only thing that could be improved is photos! But still, awesome work!
Thanks, Chris.
 I like it 
  June 2, 2016
Pretty cool looking build! Great action and loving the ground color scheme. The only thing that could be improved is photos! But still, awesome work!
 I made it 
  June 2, 2016
Quoting Gilbert Despathens Wow... it looks so much more massive with all of the minifigures providing a sense of scale. Despite what I said earlier, it was the right call to develop the top of the cliff and make it into another part of the battle. Not many builds manage to create a truly complicated space, but you managed to spread the action out across three levels, which is quite impressive. Finally, large builds tend to suffer on detail at the small scale, but I think that you solved that problem by working in objects such as flags and fallen boulders into the mass of fighting minifigures. On the whole, great work, and I'm looking forward to whatever it is that you're building next.
Thanks, Gilbert. I only built up the top because all along I was planning to have fighting up there. I have also noticed in some larger builds that they lack detail, so when I started this I decided to try and have plenty of detail in each part. Glad to hear that I achieved that. :)
 I like it 
  June 2, 2016
Wow... it looks so much more massive with all of the minifigures providing a sense of scale. Despite what I said earlier, it was the right call to develop the top of the cliff and make it into another part of the battle. Not many builds manage to create a truly complicated space, but you managed to spread the action out across three levels, which is quite impressive. Finally, large builds tend to suffer on detail at the small scale, but I think that you solved that problem by working in objects such as flags and fallen boulders into the mass of fighting minifigures. On the whole, great work, and I'm looking forward to whatever it is that you're building next.
 I like it 
  June 1, 2016
IT'S FINALLY HERE! I can hardly wait for the rest of the pics!
 I made it 
  June 1, 2016
Thanks guys! I'll try and get the story and pictures up ASAP.
 I like it 
  June 1, 2016
Looks great from the main pic! Can't wait for more!
 I like it 
  June 1, 2016
Very nice! I also await more pictures.
 I like it 
  June 1, 2016
Wow! This looks awesome! I look forward to seeing the rest!
 
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