I am aroused from my slumber on a dank winter's day by a deep throbbing. Alarmed, I swing out of my cot and quickly pull my armor on. Snatching my bow as I run to the battlements, an awful stench meets my nostrils. I emerge into the cool, brisk air only to be confronted by an abomination not meant for man.
I bravely stand my ground, but what can mere man do against such a behemoth?
My comrade does not seem to share my corageous disposition...
Even our all-powerful wizard seems baffled by the demon.
Another soldier sallies forth, out to wage war with hell itself.
A guard hastily runs to alert the Duke that something is upon us.
The Duke, unperturbed, simply sips the rest of his martini.
The cook also appears unworried, but my mind is crumbling before this freak of nature. (Abbreviation: Phipson is freaking me out)
Another guard ducks into the armory to find a suitable weapon.
The spawn of filth had only one eye, but oh! how it glowed. It's terrible maw spewed forth sulfur.
It's claws were of iron, and it's flesh of obsidian.
It's right arm was wreathed in flame.
It even appeared to have faces trying to break free of its flesh.
The fire from the earth seemed to leap up in greeting to the insidious creature.
Yet, in all my terror, I glanced down to the waves and saw they still rolled in. In the midst of all of these horrors, all of these atrocities, the seasons and tides stood strong, and somehow, that thought penetrated all my defenses and gave me peace.
Fourth Wall Commentary: This build took forever. Just forever. I was kinda dissapointed that it's so hard to see all the detail in this creation, but oh well. I've had a full schedule with school and sports, so this just got posted. I decided to include some detail pics since the main story didn't show you all the interesting meaningless things I added. Here ya go:
Note the lanterns.
Note the broken down ladder.
The Duke's desk. The martini, a scroll, and an oriental knick-knack over in the shadows. Also, that is his coat of arms on the wall.
My custom catapult. Actually quite fun to build.
The cook's pot. Note the monkey tail and hand.
Some leg details on the critter-from-down-under.
Hmmm...the Banana mystery is explained.
I know I'm not Chris, but I couldn't help looking at this. And I am amazed. This is definitely better than MY pictures, which are truly atrocious. I don't even currently have a white background.... Really great creation, I like the banana.