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Ahh, Rainos: My home. After a treacherous sail back home, we finally reached our destination. Straightaway, we went to Mickey's house. After settling in and making the giant house warm again, we headed to the study.
"I haven't read a book for so long," I said while I scoured the shelves for something to indulge in.
CRASH! The window of above us shattered, for a reason, we didn't know.



Mickey picked up a stone, "This must have been thrown into the window, because rocks don't normally fall from the sky."
"Hey what's this?" Mickey asked while he picked up a slip of paper.
"What does it say?" I asked.

"You don't belong here," Mickey said. "The citizens of Rainos must despise me now that I am active in the politics of Rainos. We must leave to prevent any more danger, this is not the Rainos I once knew."
So we ran into the forest, hoping for safety, but a constant shadow seemed to be following us.


Figless pics, this isn't my favorite build of mine, but I have wanted to do a library for a while now.



Scooby Doo!!!! Courtesy of my sister's mind.





Thanks for looking, this build was being planned for a while, but it didn't turn out quite as I wanted it to, but it helped me with some new techniques. Thanks to my brother for letting borrow some armor.



Comments

 I made it 
  March 7, 2016
Quoting Gilbert Despathens That's up to you. Plenty of people have their main character assume control of a city, but I didn't want to make you feel that you had to do it that way. If you make a decision, just let me know in the faction group.
Okay.
  March 6, 2016
That's up to you. Plenty of people have their main character assume control of a city, but I didn't want to make you feel that you had to do it that way. If you make a decision, just let me know in the faction group.
 I made it 
  March 3, 2016
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
I'll consider it, would it mean that I would have to add him as a separate character?
 I like it 
  March 3, 2016
Nice use of Nexo knights pieces; they look much better than I thought they would in a medieval setting. The architecture on this build as a whole is pleasing, and I would love to see another interior like this from you. On another note, since you're Rainos' most active builder right now, would you be interested in assuming control of the City of Grorm? All of the cities except Iremore are unclaimed right now, but, since most of your builds are set near Grorm if I remember correctly, I thought you might find it useful to control the leader of the nearby city as well as your own characters.
 I like it 
  March 2, 2016
Very nice, I really like the book-shelves built into the wall. The texturing on the wall is pretty good. However, I think the books are a little too colourful, darker/paler colours would look better I think. Anyways overall awesome work! :)
 I like it 
  February 29, 2016
Pretty cool build. I'm not sure what's going on with that window, but it looks complicated!
  February 29, 2016
I was thinking we could do the Christian Snails again for this years MA, and was wondering if you were going to enter, and if you were taken yet.
 I made it 
  February 29, 2016
Quoting Halhi 141 c
Yeah, that's what I thinking when I was trying to find out what was wrong with it.
 I like it 
  February 29, 2016
So far, it seems as though people have commented/critiqued everything... My turn to take a shot at it. :P First off, I do like the overall look. Like Hahli said, muting the colors of the books would help. The Nexo Knight armor and shields look nice; they do seem a little out-of-the-ordinary, though. The window looks nice, the story was decent and got the idea across... "This must have been thrown into the window, because rocks don't normally fall from the sky." THEY DON'T!? Anyways, great MOC overall! Keep it up!
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
I like the statues! Nice work!
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
This looks really good! As Halhi said though I think that different colored books would look better... but the wind arches are so cool!
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
Nice building! I like the grand feel of the MOC. I would suggest replacing all those 1x2s which represent books with darker shades of each colour though.
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
Nice build. Having been working on a library MOC myself lately, I have one minor suggestion that I think would make this look significantly better: different book colors. The ones you used here would work well in a modern setting, but for a medieval MOC with more muted colors, different, darker/more neutral colors would look best - for instance, tan, dark tan, dark red, dark blue, sand blue, olive green, bright light blue, etc
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
A really good looking MOC. No idea what you don't like about it but it's a great one.Maybe you focus on the bright yellow books but that isn't a problem, easy to switch.Thanks for sharing this MOC.
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
A Rainosian finally built something! Very nice work, I like the architecture alot!
 I like it 
  February 27, 2016
Wow, though you might not like the results, I'd say this is your best LOM build yet. The architecture here is pretty fancy. And great to see you building for Rainos! They've kinda dropped in activity lately, but I feel hopeful after seeing this. ;P
 
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