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Moment of the attack
A band of pirates launch an attack against the lone sentry on patrol in a small harbor town (Let's call it Brickton). This sequence shows the moment that Stinky Pete rushes down the roof to leap unto the unsuspecting guard while Pennington lies in wait around the corner with a musket. Cap'n Redbeard and first mate Haversham are also ready to pounce, but the real question is "Where is Scurvy Muldoon?" Obviously, he's inside the Yellow Dog Saloon havin' a tankard of ale! Why are they on the roof? It makes 'em feel as though they're in the rigging aboard ship!
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Scene 1: After scrambling to the rooftops to make sure there were no guards manning the walls of the old powder magazine, Cap'n Redbeard and First Mate Haversham follow Stinky Pete as he launches the attack on the guard. To the left is part of the wall surrounding the magazine -- it originally was going to be part of a MOC of Redwall Abbey (based on the Brian Jacques books).

Here comes Stinky Pete! (This whole MOC started when I was messing around trying to see if I could make an angled roof. It's a little steep, perhaps, but I was happy with the result.)

Pennington is ready with his trusty musket, Widdermaker. The guard won't know what hit him, if Pennington actually hits the target for once!

No comment here, but I like how these round plates make the gun carriage similar to the wheeled cannons aboard ship, I think. But what do I know? Two issues here: I couldn't find a way to attach the axles to the base (problem solved, I think) and I should have slapped a round tile over the plates. Oh well.

The view you'd have from above if you had a helicopter with noise suppression back in the 1690s or so.


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  June 23, 2012
Look at that awesome roof! How cool. ~Dave
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  November 7, 2009
Wow, really good story and setting.
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  August 30, 2009
nice one dennis! I love the redwall books, I hope you end up building that abbey, it would be awesome!
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  August 30, 2009
Just thought I'd check out a few of your older posts. This is REALLY good Dennis! You should do some more pirate stuff. I'd like to see you take a stab at a port town or something. ~ Chris
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  August 3, 2009
Great build! I love the use of pirates coming over the roof. Stinky Pete…HAHAHAHA
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  July 1, 2009
This MOC inspired me to do pirates, so thanks, 'cause without Pirates, my most popular creation would be my Sigfig, and then I'd have to blow up my computer do to chronic depression.
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  April 23, 2009
good job, your skills are improving!
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  February 7, 2009
I just read one of those Redwall books like three weeks ago...Very well done. =)
Dennis Price
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Lord Patrick Leon
  January 20, 2009
cool. Also, I like redwall too.
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  December 18, 2008
I finally got around to adding some words to the pictures. Yes, the red wall is the magazine (that's where ammunition and weapons were stored and, yes, it was called that aboard ship and on land). Thanks for the reminder that I needed to do some 'splainin'!
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  November 23, 2008
Not bad, but what were the pirates doing on the roof anyways?
By Dennis Price
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