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Cragaw Village
This was originally build as an impulse after seeing the Horsenbourg Castle page, and had to set off and make my own. From there the creation took off, and I created multiple towns and buildings to around with it. Ironically, you can see the parts on the castle where I begin to run out of grey, and begin to use white. Gotta work with what'chya got I guess.
About this creation

The Front of the Castle.

The Back of the castle.

The Gatehouse.

Dung-pile, complete with a shaft leading up to the latrine.

Dungeon, the traditional place to put foreigners and Orcs.


The Torture Room. Complete with a table with spikes and a branding iron.

Wine Cellar. Most the time you're able to find the Stable Master here.

The Kitchen. Has a stove, stairwell, and even a separate room for his Quarters!

Treasure is beneath the floorboards...

The Court. It looks like the Jester is entertaining.

Notice the trap door, that leads directly to the dungeon.

Finally the Latrine. Not sure if a castle would have one, but I thought it was a nice touch.

The dining Room

Looks like some minstrels are playing on the Balcony!

The Scribeum. Complete with a scroll rack in the background.

The Chapel. Even has an altar.

The Sanctuary,it holds the Body of a saint, Kept behind Glass.

Guest rooms, for noblemen only.

The hallway. I got the Kukoo-clock Idea from Lego Harry Potter.

The Study.

The Shelf move to reveal a doorway. . .

that leads into the King/Queen's Royal Bedroom.

The Arcanium. Where the scatter-brained wizard aides the kingdom with his rambling nonsense.

Baliff's office. (Tax-collector)

The courtyard, with a large telescope in the background.

The War-Room. Where Knights and Warlords talk matters of Land and Power.

The Barracks for the Guards.

Guard Tower.

The Attic. Complete with a resident Hermit to eat the Rodents!

The Port-Town. Home to may Merchants and Tradesmen, al selling their goods.

The Ruins. A Rebellion has been stirring here, at what once was the old castle, but now all that remains is the Church.

A random section of the Village. It's actually a bit more of a hodge-podge of stuff I wanted to add in all into one board, but here it is anyway.

The Lava fields. Home to a Prospector and Jewlcrafter, all making use of the valuable obsidian deposits.

A bridge across the River, Guarded by two Warriors, both quite savvy at killing Orcs.

The Warlock's Room. You see the master and Apprentice, currently lacking a patient to test on.

The Farmer and his field. (and Pig. :P )

The Gnomish Engineer, living on the roof because it makes him feel taller. Oh well, no one's sure how he got up there anyway.

The Stable. Nothing Fancy here.

The Stable MAster has been hitting the Booze a little bit hard here.

Here we see a Cultist performing a summoning Ritual.

The Forest. A lotta stuff happens here, just not a lot right now.

A Midwife, traveling with a baby.

The Guards.

(All from Left to Right) Sir Valiant, Captain of the Guard Ned, Commander Picksley, and Nick the Red.

The Prisoners. They include a troll without hands, and orc, and a tribesman.

Grant the Torturer, Poop-smith and Grave-Digger (They're Brothers), and The Stable-Master. (Drunk as ever.)

Friar John, Bishop Kelso, and a Dark Priest.

Billy the Wizard, Tim the Enchanter, Mordred the Warlock, and his Apprentice.

The Chef, Maid, and Attic Hermit.

A Mountain Elf Barbarian, Paladin, Body-Builder, and Swordmaster.

Obsidian and Marble statues, Sculptor, and Carpenter.

Blacksmith, Gnomish Engineer, Tailor, and the Leatherworker.

Druid, his Apprentice, Diana the Herbologist, and the Cabbage Vendor.

Fisherman, Pirate, Cal the Orc-slayer, and Dorithir the Viking.

Monk, Scribe, Vampire Hunter, and a Traveling Saleswoman.

Xoulin Master and traveling shrine.

Orcish Apothecary and War Drummer.

Alchemist, Bandit, Coriur, and Cultist.

Summoned Spirit, Bird-man Seer, Callow-Worm Sage.

Midwife, Hairstylist, Jewlcrafter, and Prospector. (Those last two are Married.)

Scholar, Artist, Elven Sage, and the Gate-Keeper.

A Demon summoned by Mordred, Vampire, and Court Jester.

Stag, Hunter, and Farmer.

The Tax-Collector, Queen, Prince, and King.

The Minstrels: Cellist, Flautist, Trumpeter, and Voicalist. (I'm Quite proud of my Cello Design, it you decide to use it, please give me credit.)

And this last one was a little bonus. I know, they look a little... Mismatched, but its not without reason. I invented a ttrpg game around this entire city, which I and a friend played. (Quite akin to the Game Brickquest. ) My character is the one with the glasses, but since loot gain and distribution was weird, we felt obligated to wear the strangest thing we could, by any means possible. (Killing a lot of friendly NPCs.)

Wondering where I been lately? Doing this, and dealing with College classes. Good fun I tell you, Good fun. I apologize for any slow posts or additions for such occasion.

Rate, Comment, and Enjoy!


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  October 15, 2010
You put a lot of stuff into small space. A big mix but some good general designs.
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  October 2, 2010
WOW! Abso-fricken-lutely stunning scenery! So many little Greeblings everywhere! Superb castle along with it's internals! Keep up the awesome work!
Newt Raiden
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~ Rainwind ~
  September 26, 2010
There's a reason you're on my favorite builders list, and this is why! My one nitpick is that the forest is more like a meadow, but other than that, I think this is great!,
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  September 26, 2010
Heh, well, I needed to keep it kind of sparce so I could fit wagons and armies in there when the game was played. That's why. Plus I was running out of bricks and had to use a lot of those pre-made ugly plants. :(
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  September 26, 2010
Poopsmith, Gnome engineer, and statue-figs. Instant love. Also, the latrine of a castle is more or less a hole on a stone bench leading down to the outside of the castle, usually into a moat. Not very pretty. =P
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