It is finally out! After who-knows-how-long of waiting for this to get fully built, and posted, Here it is in all it's glory ( ;P ), my Universal Challenge Entry for The Lands of Mythron.
I reached up to grab the window sill. My perilous climb was about over. I got a strong grip on the sill and pulled myself in.
My momentum from pulling myself in threw me forward and slammed me on the floor. Oh, it was so nice to feel a floor again. Fortunately, I was not injured from the fall because I landed on a rug.
I finally had made it. I leered at my victim, knowing that Joshua's fate rested in my hands. His accusation would be the end of him.
I crept over to his bed. He seemed so peaceful, oblivious to his impending doom. I took hold of my dagger. This almost seemed too easy, and I would find out why soon.
I brought my weapon of death up above his neck. I do not enjoy bloodshed but this is nessessary.
I brought my knife down. Joshua made a faint cry but it didn't last long. My mission had been accomplished. Time to get out of here before somebody walks in here. There have to be guards protecting him.
As I went to my exit, I saw why I was not interrupted. Tomeu (the city where I had tracked Joshua to) was on fire! I recall something about an attack on Mythron planned at Heartfire Inn shortly after raiding Rainos. Talk about a fortunate distraction! I squeezed through the window and started my descent downward.
I exited just in time because at that moment, the door to Joshua's room opened and a squire stepped in.
Squire: "Wow, Sir Joshua is sure a deep sleeper. I don't think he noticed I borrowed this yet."
Squire: "There, He'll probably think it just fell down there."
Squire: "Great, he hasn't even stirred. Time to get out of here!"
Here are some bonus shots of the build. I wanted to add a microscale version of Tomeu being attacked but I didn't have enough 1x1 light bley bricks to do even one castle structure. I made up for that by jam packing the room with all sorts of details. Try to find all of them before I tell them in the caption.
It is hard to tell in this photo, but there is a brick pattern in the floor. You can see it in better detail in the picture before. Also the rug is very visible in this. It actually is the only thing here that is not free floating (not connected by a stud) in the room.
Here is the bed design. I had to take off Joshua's hands because the bed would not look right with them on.
Here are the room decorations. The plant and chair aren't too amazing but I really like the desk. It has a jar of quills, and an ink well.
Cast of minifigs.
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