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Ambush at the Count Grishnach's Manor . . Story: In the middle of the war of the year 1052, Sir Zane was in charge of bringing important secret documents to the Count Grishnach, a loyal ally of the Kingdom of Oskorei. The group was formed by the imperial guards captained by the golden knight Arhur VI of Oskorei. The Marquese Vladimir, the Count Isidore and the saracen prince Abdullah II of Aqaba were the nobles ambassadors for the different ally kingdoms, along with the Princess Popi from Oskorei, betrothed of the Count Grishnach. But the Evil was waiting behind the bushes, creeping with blackened spells and berserker warriors. A betrayer was plotting with the evil, forging his poisoning daggers in the damned waters of Kaliosteris. The Marquese Vladimir, helped by an obscure power could enter the manor, killing the Count and sealing the door of the castle forever. The party was caught, the hope is lost. Knocking the door Hearing the roar The horde from down-under The power of thunder The Evil Wizar Askrishtam knew. He unchained the evil from the Well of Disgrace and all the power of Death on earth. The betrayer is safe in the underground while the screams of new blood bath are filling the air in front of the now uninhabited manor. Sir Zane is once again the bravest paladin of the party, fighting like a fury in the rears. Only time will tell who will survive this tragedy. Technicals Almost 60 hours of work spread in 2 weeks and a lot of sleepless nights thinking about the nest-step! Use of 2 lightbricks (I love the real light more than photoshop!) Acknowledgements I would like to thank the following people for the inspiration: Mark Erickson for the environment techniques Luke Watkins for the architectural skills No minifigures were hurt during the making of this MOC 

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