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Traveling through the Ancient Ruins . A group of Rohan soldiers begin their travel through the ancient remains of an old castle while returning home. Once home to a great king and a large civilization, this fort now lies in waste after a vicious Uruk-Hai attack. None of dared to come back, and now these Rohan soldiers must face their worst fears... . This is a big landmark for me, as this is my very first castle MOC. Yeah, I know that it looks a LOT like the new Helms Deep set, but I had the most of these pieces. Any suggestions for better pictures? A Rohan soldier The other one. As you can see, the castle walls continue from this point. The old remains of a knight. I was going to put a tower there, but it was too small... A quickly made wooden ladder, obviously created in the middle of battle. The rotting wooden supports still stand underneath it. Ancient silver coins lie among the ruins. The bridge, probably my favorite part in this MOC. A Uruk-Hai sword gives proof that they caused the battle. The soldiers. The back wall. Yeah, I hate stickers too, but they were still good pieces. An old sword stuck in the rocks. The minifigs. Yeah, I used the same ones as the last MOC, but I like these guys. Smile for the camera! Gotta love those horses... A final battle scene. Although this didn't have anything to do with the MOC, I couldn't resist. Thanks for looking! C@C welcome! -Netro

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