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Slaver's Fortress
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The Slaver Fortress.
About this creation

The guardspost at the front. There is a ladder down to a door and a ladder up to the next level.

A corner guardpost. There is another one on the other side.

The guard on the right. He is a giant.

The guard on the left. He is a half-shark (Atlantis).

Where the slave sleep (unfinished). Guarded by a ninja.

The pit. The bottom is a layer of ground up bones, larger parts higher up. Then are some spines, then entire skeleton parts, then snakes, spiders, and scorpions to attack the slave. Above it a wizard chants curses.

The "house". It is where the wizard composes spells and works on ideas.

The wizard (sorry I haven't taken great LEGO pictures for a while).

The back.

This started as a sorta village (island) thing based loosely on the Islander's set Enchanted Island. I was not able to figure out how to use the baseplates for a while but when I finally did I spent a lot of time buidling it. Unfortunately, I ran out of Yellow and Black (I have some more in another creation but I won't take it apart for a while). The top is where guards get spears, slaves sleep, where rituals and gatherings are conducted. This is sort of a dedication to the Black Ninja Minifigure (from the old theme, not the new one).


  October 2, 2010
Not really one of your outstanding MOCs... ***TIP*** use sheets of paper under and behind (useful if you use one single gigantic sheet) your MOC!
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  August 3, 2010
Yeah, the photo quality is bad. I had to take it in my LEGO room where it was because I thought I might break it plus my floor's really messy (full of LEGO).
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  August 3, 2010
Pretty good building, but the photography needs more work. Try to use a small desk lamp or something like it for lighting as the camera's flash makes everything too bright. This would greatly increase the photo quality.
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