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Fort Brimstone: An Imperial Soldiers' Base
This is an Imperial Soldier MOC. I call it Fort Brimstone. It is a fort on a little island with a strange rock formation. It has 21 soldiers, 24 cannons, and a couple of boats. I used a special technique to create a more 3-D effect for the patches of bricks, as you can see.
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  September 8, 2011
great pirate scene! the building is especially shining in it!
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  July 2, 2008
very nice, The red bricks on the walls look good, I like the natural bridge you made ( the rock) , great job. Next month I'll make a battle ship strong enough to wipe out any base..
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  April 16, 2008
wow, this is really good, the red bricks are very nice, I could use a lot of those imperial soldiers by the way. I think this is your best piratecreation
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  March 30, 2008
umm those cannons arent real cannons... but i really like how you made the red brick! :)
Sir Nadroj
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Sierk van Terwisga
  January 19, 2008
I like the design of the roof, and the 'bricks'. The rock arch rocks! And the details are also nicely done. 5/5 for you! -Prophet Zarquon
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  July 28, 2007
Very nice creation, and I also like that it isn't a spin off of Disney. Lee.
Sir Nadroj
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Jared Rankin
  July 27, 2007
Wow! Finally another awesome Pirate MOC around here! And not one of those lame attempts at some Jack Sparrow minifig with his dreads made out of clay and with Sharpie all over. Please excuse my constant babbling: It's how I entertain myself when I'm bored. Anyway, this thing is sweet! I love how you used the red brick behind the yellow wall. It looks like the AFOL-MOC version of the printed-on red brick of the old Pirate sets. But who am I to talk about AFOLs. I'm twelve. For those of you who make those dumb clay-dread Jack Sparrows AFOL means Adult Fan Of Lego. There I go again. I better stop. Bye.
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