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Moc Off James McKinnon Vs. Quad ?????
Contestants: Quad ???? and myself Category: Worst fear
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Worst fears; we all have them; they can be about spiders, heights, or tight spaces. It's somewhat hard to admit a lot of these fears, but whatever. Any ways I decide to go with a tableau depicting my greatest fears from when I was young enough to understand fear to the present day.

So just like everyone my worst fear as a young child was the dark. This was not helped by the fact that when I was about four my father took me down into the basement turned out all the lights and forced me to stay down in the dark basement for a few minutes in an effort to cure me of my fear. In fact it made my fear even worse and I was scared of the dark for the next two years.

My favorite part of the whole build is the dragon/monster that is coming out of the wall.

My next fear for the next three years of my life was based on a nightmare that I had many times. I was in a mall and there were many alien figures that would crowd around me and because I couldnít see I would fall into a large pool that had one very large piece of grass that would wrap around my ankle and I would drown.

Then after that I had a fear of large fires, Iím not talking about a campfire or a candle but a large house consuming fire like a bon fire. The two reasons for this fear are related to what I would lose. One of the things is my lego collection, at the age of eleven I loved playing with lego I would rush home from school and neglect my homework to play with my lego. The other thing that I would lose in the fire is my bird. I have an awesome bird and especially after I lost one of my birds I would hate to have her go.

My final fear is, (ironically enough) I think, the fear of the unknown. There have been many different things that I have been afraid of in the past three years since I was eleven until know. One of the things that I have been mildly afraid of is horror films and heights.

I must say thanks to Quad for accepting my challenge as after the second round of the MIT I have been wanting to rematch against him.


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  May 9, 2012
very nice concept! I love the way you did this, you have a lot of fears lol! I was affraid of bridges, and my worst fear is still to fall in water with my car, in very dark water at night, drowning in grass? that s original, I ve never heard this one before! lol, very entertaining build! clean, and nice!
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  January 31, 2012
You get my vote as well. Quad had a very detailed and brilliant photo, but yours have so much story and feel to it. :)
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  January 31, 2012
Very nice! Your excellent SNOT around the water and the curved bit around the fire gave you an edge. You have my vote, great work!
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  January 31, 2012
cool i like this :)
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  January 29, 2012
I like how you represented the unknown. I'm gonna have to speed build both today and tomorrow to get it posted on time. :)
  January 29, 2012
OMFG ... This is brilliant ... I really like how you have made this whole MOC like a path from one fear to another plus its a beautiful build also. Lets hope Quad comes up with something really really good. Cause this is Awesome !. Only thing that is negative, is your first picture. That its not sharp. :)
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