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Saracen Onslaught
Look at this awesome creation of Three Templars Slaughtering a bunch of poor bleeding Saracens.
About this creation

This is what I call a one of a kind because I've looked around MOC and there are no pages with Saracens and Crusaders fighting.

As you can see the Templars all have the same armor on and are slaughtering the Turkish Muslims.

Now for a History Lesson. This takes place during the third crusade that was led by King Richard the 'LionHeart' (He is not in this vignette.) Richard went to capture Jerusalem and the rest of the Holy Land from Saladin the Saracen.

This a creation of one Templar on the Left of the Templar on the horse (I know very confusing) slicing of a Saracen's Head.

The Templar on the Horse is about to squash that poor Saracen with his arm cut of already.

The Last Templar is just Standing around trying to look important

With heads, Arms and tons of blood on the floor I have to say that this is very bloody Vignette.


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  April 13, 2011
OMG i cant believe this is the first comment yet! because this is....AWSOME!!!!! thx 4 putting this onmocpages because i have been needing insparation for a moc 4 a long time! so thx for helping me get out of builders block:p
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