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Samurai Tree
Hi, welcome to my fifth MOC. I decided to do Samurai Tree. This is probably my most detailed MOC so far. It is loosely based on the canibal escape from Pirates of the Caribbean. Enjoy and please comment.
About this creation

Samurai Tree.

Left side of the MOC.

Close up of the evil sorcerer Nagazage.

Back of the MOC.

Close up of the table/dining room (note the beautifully set table.)

The table.

Right side of the MOC.

Close up of fight 1.

Close up of fight 2.

The MOC disfigured.

"Why are they battling?" you may ask. The two evil dwarves and the evil sorcerer want the tablet of the sun, which is supposed to contain a power that can vanquish evil or good from the land for centuries (depending on who opens it). "What is it?" you may ask. "It" happens to be the alligator tomb of power. When the tablet is placed on the top of the tomb and turned, the tomb springs open, vanquishing your foes for centuries!

The main samurai putting the tablet on top of the alligator tomb of power.

Which reveals an inscription which if read correctly will open the tomb.

The front of the tomb.

The tomb has opened, now there should be lots of power coming out.

Wait, a monkey?

And an owl?

And a . . . wait what's that!

An alligator!

Wait, I showed this picture already.

This is the third time I've shown this picture!!!

Where are they going?

Out to eat!

And play!

Meanwhile the samurai and the owl have vanquished the sorcerer.

Now for the characters. First the two dwarves. From left to right, Ding and Dong.

Nagazage, the evil sorcerer.

The animals: the owl, the monkey and the alligator.

The two samurai: from left to right, Fredrick and Redrick.

The final shot of Fredrick eating his dinner. So in the end, what came out of the alligator tomb wasn't power but I suppose is worked just the same. Bye!

Thanks be to God, Raymond Hanus


 I like it 
  September 27, 2011
Wow, mass confusion, cannibalistic monkeys, angry owls, crocodiles, fat sorcerers and most of all samurais. Whats not to love? :D Great build and keep on building!
 I like it 
  September 3, 2011
Cool! Some pirates and samurai and a sarcophagus and... a man-slaughtering monkey? What? And an owl? And a crocodile eating a disembodied pirate captain??? What the heck? You had me laughing out loud. Good work.
 I like it 
  August 25, 2011
This is great fun :) of course you can use my Tulip design but recognition would be appreciated. Keep on moccing :)
By Raymond Hanus
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