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Trick or Treat! . It's that time of year again! Two days from now trick or treaters will be roaming neighborhoods asking for candy! Thinking about that inspired me to build this MOC. . This is one of the first Halloween MOCs I have built (the second I won't be posting until tomorrow or Halloween). My goal was to put as much detail in it as possible and to not build in rainbow mode. I am very satisfied with the result. This took me around two to two and a half hours to build. I had an easy time finding pieces because I recently sorted my LEGO pieces by color (I can't imagine going back to unsorted LEGO, this would have taken at least five hours to build if I had to deal with that). I had to build parts of it and take it apart a couple of times before I got the look that I wanted to achieve. I had fun making the trick or treater minifigs. The only one that is not my own creation is the Stormtrooper minifig. Happy Halloween everyone! Another view of the MOC. Another view of the MOC. Another view of the MOC. Spider web decoration with spider The clips holding on to the poll connected to the spiderweb. I had to use two 1x1s with studs on the front on either side of the roof to make this work. One of the skeleton decorations and a pumpkin. Another skeleton decoration and a pumpkin. A close up of my pumpkin design. The friendly neighbor giving candy to the trick or treaters. Without minifigs. A close up of the front door. Note the doorbell. A side view of the MOC without minifigs. A close up to the raised base the house is on. I wanted there to be steps up to the front door of the house so I had to do this. I ran out of small light bley bricks so I had to use plates instead. They're going to be a pain to pry apart. Thank God for brick separaters! Back view of the MOC without minifigs. Close up of the floor. I used bley to represent carpet. Another close up of the floor. The brown tiles are supposed to be hardwood floor. A close up of the raised base of the house. A side view of the MOC without minifigs. The friendly neighbor with her candy dish. The friendly neighbor The candy dish The trick or treaters Trick or Treater dressed as Indiana Jones. Trick or Treater dressed as a Stormtrooper (I really wanted to use my new Stormtrooper minifig in a MOC and I thought that it would be appropriate for this one). Trick or Treater dressed as Harry Potter

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