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Pagomen, the Frozen Waste, 4154 . It's finally here, the project I've been working on for weeks! Pagomen, the frozen planet that both human and extraterrestrials have begun to sparsely inhabit. . On the biting, ice-ridden planet of Pagomen, a mighty stronghold is placed sturdily on a tall, sloping plateau of pristine snow , a small gray dot in the ever-stretching planes of sterile, white ice and blowing, harsh winds. The ground is littered with small green mosses as an alleyway is littered with grime and garbage. Small figures loiter about slippery surface, picking translucent cyan colored crystals from the imperturbable mosses. These icy blue Diarkia crystals are the reason these humans have come here. Here's a shot of the second floor of the stronghold. And the third floor. Now lets start at the bottom of the build, the plateau-level and the sub-ground level. These are harvesters, and their job is to collect as many Diarkia crystals as possible. These crystals are treasured so powerfully because they are one of the few materials than can completely withstand the coldest temperatures of Pagomen, reaching nearly -600 degrees Farenheit (about 351 Celcius). This crystal is crushed, then heated up and molded into what is used as material for windows. Here's the sub levels of the stronghold. This is where most of the generators are and where the harvest is supervised. Some pipes in the wall. Another inside shot. And a shot from the top, each floor of the stronghold can come off of the below one. This is the generator, it runs on water (which is made by melting the ice and snow, a never-ending supply.) This is the supervisor of the harvest and his assistant. An LED light brick lights up a fiber-optic cord in the center. It looks SOOO much cooler in the dark! One last shot of the place without the mech (which you might have recognized as the mech from "The Spawn of Boredom" with a few upgrades. Another little dohicky in the wall. Alright, onto the next level! Here's the inside of the second level of the stronghold, the armory is located on this level, along with the door leading to the planet's treacherous valleys of ice. Here are some scouts headed out on a mission to find new patches of Diarkia crystals and mark them. A machine used for carrying crates and boxes. And this is how I turn the generator's LED light on and off, the switch is disguised as a box! This is Dakan Yarboan, he runs the computers and finds out the temperatures and wind speeds from outside. Here's a pilot flying a snowmobile/sky-flyer hybrid. Back inside, this is the door to the armory, which doesn't contain armor, but has all the guns stocked inside. The door slides open. A shot from outside looking in through a window. And here is the third floor! This is where soldiers and scouts are briefed when a small dispute between humans and another extraterrestrial race need to be resolved...quickly. It seems humans still haven't grasped the concept of peace quite yet, even this far in the future. This is the laboratory, in here, human-like extraterrestrials called Fotera (meaning "eyes" in ancient Greek) examine other species. Their main characteristic is that their eyes are enormous (hence their title) this feature helps with spotting many small details, which makes them much better at examining. A hovering utility table. Back in the briefing room, let's look at some of our soldiers. This is a squad of human fighters. Them are a race called Prasinans, their bones are both much denser and more flexible, not only that, but their scaly, green skin has many thick layers, laser bolts from guns are reflected right of their skin, making them might allies, and formidable enemies. An observation deck of the laboratory. And finally, the roof. Looks like someone dropped a box of highly explosive missiles! An LED light is hidden in there as well! Old out-dated bots such as these spend their final days on the roof, carrying objects from one place to another. An old venting system, long-forgotten. This vent is much cherished by the workers of the roof, it leaks unneeded excess heat from the wall of the stronghold. A guy lifting off on his Latea airbike from the roof! These are a few of my favorite minifigs I included in the creation. Well, now that I've finished this, I'll get back on my normal schedule, adding a couple creations every week or so. This was a LOOONNG presentation, and I'm glad I finally have in on the 'pages. Thanks!

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