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Moc Speed Contest Round 4: Professor Pelew's Theory of Moc Speed
Prepare for MOC Speed! How fast exactly is "MOC Speed"? Show us, and the machine/ship/vehicle/whatevah that can accomplish it! I chose to explain Moc Speed with Professor Pelew and his maniacal machine.
About this creation
A select group of individuals gather in Professor Pelew's spacious laboratory to witness their not so illustrious colleague's latest discovery.

Pelew: Greetings to all of you. We are gathered together to delve the great mystery of "Moc speed." Contrary to my previous suppositions, "Moc Speed" is a different kind of energy than what we have dealt with in the past.

Dame Lyonesse: Are you going to tell us your theory? Shall we return when you are finished with your dramatic pause?

Pelew: Very well I shall try to speak simply. "Moc Speed" is not the rate of how a build is put together, but rather, the product of a builder's physical speed and his skill. To put it bluntly, "Moc Speed" is equal to the Rate times the Skill of a certain individual. "Moc Speed" is a mental energy that is unique to the individual builder. Once I had a general idea to go on, I was able to build a converter and storage capacitor to hold this mysterious energy.

Pelew: If you will look to the stage you will see the masterpiece of my later years. Let us begin a tour of the entire works. If you all will follow me around the machine, I will reveal the power required for my invention.

Pelew: Watch your step around here there is very little traction.
General Grant: I see you have this connected to the city grid. You certainly have a permit, do you not?
Pelew: Yes, yes its in an envelope on the mantle-piece.

Pelew: As Grant mentioned, I am using the city's power. My own boiler-room proved inadequate for such energy. The machine is connected with a conducting material of my own invention.

Pelew: Note the grating in the floor for extra cooling action.
Dr. Jade: Note it? I almost lost my leg.
Pelew: Well then.
Lets continue. You may return to a safe distance.

Pelew: Here is my masterpiece! it consists of a mind melding device to extract the "Moc Speed" energy and a capacitor to store the special power.

Pelew: With the help of my assistant here, who happens to be a skilled and speedy builder, I will harness the most powerful energy known to me! We are about to behold the very hammer that will crack the nut that is the "Moc Speed Mystery."


Dame Lyonesse: There he goes again.
Mister Hersh: Mayhaps we shall wait hours before finding out if this machine actually works.
Laird Orlando: Anyone pack a deck of cards?

The entire build.

The machine!

The power-line.

The Podium.

The Viewing platform.

The stage.

General Grant. Professor Pelew.

Mister Hersh. Dr. Jade.

Dame Lyonesse. Laird Orlando.

This was built for the "Moc Speed Contest." I had a blast building this and I hope you were able to follow the cracked story-lines from my brain. I was very glad that this category was not microscale and I enjoyed throwing together these figs. Thanks to Flare, George, and Ben and congratulations to the other semi-finalists.
Oh yes, I did take pictures in the snow, so if you see a stray flake in there, ignore it.


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  January 23, 2012
Congratulations on making it into Round 5! Now that Round 5 is up, I can't wait to see what you come up with :)
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  January 21, 2012
Interpretation of Category: 4/5 Photography/Set-up: 5/5 Quality of Build: 4/5 My Personal Rating: 4/5 Bonus Points: 5/5 Total: 22/25 This is awesome. The story and genre make this a very interesting MOC.
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  January 21, 2012
I have little to say other than fantastic! 17 + 5 = 22 :)
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  January 21, 2012
Wow, its really tough to judge between these great entries. So I'm going to have to be a little tougher on my judging for all of you. I award you 16 points + 5 bonus points = 21 points overall.
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  January 20, 2012
I wish it snowed that much around here!
Sir   Balamorgineas
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Vladimir R.
  January 17, 2012
Haha very nice. I love that machine, looks like from some horror movie with mad scientist. And using snow as backround?? Why not, I didnīt see that it is snow until you said it. Good luck with judges.
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  January 17, 2012
It's so wierd. I didnt notice it a photographed in snow until you said it. It's like a perfect background!
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  January 17, 2012
awesome build!
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  January 17, 2012
Love the look on th asistant's face.
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  January 17, 2012
Nice! The vigs are cool, and I like the tree trunk usage. Also, I like the funny and interesting commentary. Great work, and good luck in the competition!
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  January 17, 2012
Really. No comments yet. O.o This is awesome ! :p Love you had them along with you out in the snow! Wish we had snow here so we could do the same with some of our MOCs!
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