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It's not much, but it's home. . What started out as a cave bunker, through realizing I don't have the slopes for that, to a lone building and into this more intense and filled diorama that you see. . We begin our tour with this 360 spin. And on the ground levle... The tree platform, with a telescope. And the bridge. Deus Otiosus: Let's take a look inside my crib! (a long and utterly useles, in fact even annoying, presentation of opening levle after levle) Deus Otiosus: Whee! And now, for my favourite part of the MOC and second favourite part of my MOCcing career (first is my bionicle SigBot) - the quad! It can fold out, is very swooshable (or what is the apropriate term for a land vehicle) with a minigun that has a drum magazine (?), my favourite type. Deus and Felagund wish you good luck at building!

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