A long time ago a PTFOL (Pre-teen fan of lego) found the coolest site on the internet in 2007 because he wanted to make some Lego's into Halo Mocs.
This is the rest of that story.
Okay, so i'm putting a bit of that Expository (How to make creative writing sound more professional) writing class to use.
But seriously, welcome. Try not to trip over the lego bricks scattered all over the floor.
About me: As indicated above, I discovered MocPages in 2007 while looking at how to make some neat Halo Mocs. I officially joined the pages in 2009, and went through periods of being active and in-activity throughout the rest of my schooling.
In 2013 I graduated from High school and decided that I would quit posting content on Mocpages as I began my college career.
I've browsed around several times since leaving, just to see how things were progressing. That's why I came back. I wish I had some awesome moc to show you. And hopefully someday soon I will. But I noticed mocpages is in decline. Notice I said in decline. It's not dead, not yet anyway. This site is probably one of my favorite on the internet. I don't want to see it go. But we'll need some active builders if we want to get this pile of bricks working again.
So please, as a favor, comment and rate some mocs (doesn't have to be mine, actually I prefer if wasn't mine, all of my posts are at least 5 years old), post a new discussion thread in that group, upload something new. Let's show Mr. Kenny this site is worth putting some effort to re-vamp and modernize and make it something similar to what it was in those old days of 2006-2010: An inviting place where people could post their lego creations.
I thank you for stopping by. To quote Bungie: "I'll see you starside."
- Rich Nomad
placed 8th with team KILLAH BRICKS in the 2012 mocathalon.