"Whispers and rumors abound,dark things once again stir to the east. The Princes of the Fifth Imperial Precinct have been summoned to appear before the Sage Council to discuss these grave tidings. The meeting is held at Andormar Pantheon. The Pantheon is home to the Imperial Order of Xenon, an order devoted to the study of the ancient enemy that once held the land in a thrall, an enemy thought to have long been banished from this world."
This was a collaboration between Noah Mcclung (Glory_Forever) and Javan Mcclung (brick-a-brack).
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~
Hey man, if you didn't want to be on our MocAthalon team in the first place, you could have just told us instead of lying. :/ Thanks anyway, and good luck.
I thought this might happen, so I think I have a bit of explaining to do. I think about a month ago you guys invited to your team, and I said I was to busy and had decided not to participate. When I said "busy", I meant that. I had lots of sports going on during that time. I was also in the process of moving, and I did not think I was going to be able to reach my Lego by the time of the contest. As for not participating, I had just got back from the Brick fair and was burned out of building with Lego. Recently though, some of the sports fell through and I will be able to get to my Lego in a couple days. So I decided to participate. I had looked through the list of teams to see if any of the ones that had invited me still needed players and didn't see any. Then Luke invited me yesterday to their team, and I said yes. I'm really sorry about making you think I was lying. Good luck to you and your team in the MA.
Truly a masterpiece. The rockwork is stunning, quite possibly the best example I've yet seen. The seamless integration of foliage into the rocks gives it that extra visual appeal, as does the melding with the building. The architecture's phenomenal, your choice of colour and depth works perfectly. A beautiful mix of futuristic, classic, and natural features.
As a landscape fanatic, I have to say I'm in love with everything here! The rockwork is stunning; your use of SNOT never stops impressing me. The angled pathway is great too, and the architecture is awesome (the statues everywhere really accent everything nicely). And the winding river just tops it all off for a stellar MOC. Excellent, excellent work!