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MO Final Round: W. Navarre V.S. Deus Otiosus . . The category for this final round is: Into The Arena You’ve fought your way through the MocOlympics and its all come down to this one, final battle for ultimate victory! One on one, gladiatorial style combat has existed as long as humans could compete and place bets. From ancient Roman Gladiators all the way to future hard suits battles and everything in between. Boxing, UFC, WWE. Show us your take on gladiatorial combat! Same as the final round category last year I think. My opponent: Deus "Big D." Otiosus. There, Oliver, hope this pleases you ;) . I listened to you and made brick built figures. Hope they come up to your expectations ;) . And, though not the first brick built figures I've made, the gladiator is the first complete brickbuilt figure I ever constructed. I went with a fairly simple idea with a fight in a Roman type Arena, but instead of two gladiators I did a fighter V.S. a tiger. I enjoyed building this a great deal... not so much carrying it down the stairs - my arms are sore now :P . Achilles from the movie Troy inspired the warrior, and the arena was inspired by the arena seen in the film Gladiator. Caesar, also, was inspired by Commodus from the same film: turned out slightly more cartoonish however ;) . Just two more movies I've never watched :P , but they can still inspire me. I am rather proud of the fact that, yes, their has been no editing out of clear bricks ;) . Both are held up by the wall alone, which was quite tricky. If the judges or anyone doubt my word I have overhead shots for them upon request. Also I built it so it could be an all LEGO scene, though there is a podium on top so there are some white paper shots. And the overview of my build: Superfluous pictures of the gladiator... El Tigre: Caesar the (Fillintheblank): A queer shot: The parts intensive arena alone: FYI, the supports were removed for those three shots. Hope you like it!

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