I would like to point out some of the interesting parts of the build. First, you'll notice the intricate floor pattern. On the back side you'll notice some shelves for storing treasures. These shelves are meant to be in the middle of the treasury meaning that the treasury goes on but I didn't build the part after the shelves. On the left of the shelves, is the wall of the treasury with a colorful window from which sunlight can shine on the treasure. The principal treasure of all is on the stand in the center of this area which is the king's crown on its special stand. A stately suit of armor guards the treasure of the Elves and golden flags hang from the shelves and walls. An elf maiden of noble blood visits the treasury in her palace clothes and with a bracelet around her arm.
This build had bitter-sweet moments. On the bitter side, two pieces broke, one of them was a set of minifigure legs. On the sweet side, this build is the debut of several new pieces that came in the Lego Castle set Forest Ambush which finally go here! These include the treasure chest and some of the treasure.
Something a little more private... I am sorry that we didn't take you in the guild... I love chilling with you, and I always love seeing your builds... I will be watching out for you in the Tourney! I hope you take this sincerely, because I really mean it... :D
It is a very good build, there are a lot of details in the small area. The best part is the stain-glass window. While bigger isn't necessarily better I do feel it is a bit cramped and a little more size would have worked better. Most notable point being I had assumed there were two walls, till I read that one was a shelf. In the end, though my vote goes to Lego Predator.
Ouch, poor minifig legs! Hopefully they weren't too valuable... Nice build as well! The lighting in the last one looks very nice. Although with that crown stand, one must wonder if the elves always add ears and hair to their mannequins... :P