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Atlantia: Part 1: The Keys to Atlantis
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The long fabled Gateway to Atlantis has been found. The mysterious Bimini Road did in fact lead to the gate, but to find it, one had to have a key to the gate in their possession. The keys have been found, soon an International team will attempt to locate and breach the gate. This, however, is the story of the finding of the five keys to Atlantia throughout history.
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The first key was found in 1570 near modern day Nagoya, Japan by a Japanese Samurai warrior and his pupil.

This key was the Coral Crab Key and remained in the warriors’ family for centuries until the last living member gave it to the International Research Team (IRT) in 2021.

The second key, the Golden Sea Turtle Key, was discovered in Egypt by a French scientist while excavating a tomb in 1799.

Along with this key was a map showing the Caribbean Sea. The scientist hid the key from Napoleon and one of his descendants turned the key over to the IRT in 2020.

The third key, known as the Sapphire Squid Key, was located by the American army during the final days of the Mexican-American War outside of Mexico City. The American patrol had located the key in an overgrown Aztec ruin; they were guarding a scientist who had heard about the key from a descendant of the Aztecs.

This key was kept in a vault at the Smithsonian for many years; finally the Americans turned the key over to the IRT in 2020 after the French surrendered their key.

The fourth key, discovered in 1914, was found in Athens, Greece by a German research team.

The Germans discovered the Emerald Manta Ray Key in the ruins of an ancient Greek temple. World War One began shortly after the key was found and so Kaiser Wilhelm hid the key, along with many other treasures, in the Berlin Museum. The key was turned over to the IRT in 2021 by the German government.

The discovery of the Ruby Shark Key in 1943 by a British Army patrol in Southern China represented the fifth and final key.

The British Captain leading the patrol guarded the key and turned it over to the British Theater commander. The key was kept in the British Museum until 2020 when the British formed the IRT and requested the other keys from the nations that held them.

The Bimini Road had been located in 1968 with the aid of the map that had been found in Egypt along with the Golden Sea Turtle Key. The location had remained a subject of intense controversy for decades. This controversy had been fueled by the American and British governments in order to keep the Gateway to Atlantis secret.

Then in 2018, Professor Arthur Blair figured out the riddle of the 5 keys. The British Government formed the International Research Team and asked any nation holding one of the five keys to come forward and join them. They put their own key on display as a sign of good faith.
Japan, France, Germany and the United States came forward and joined the IRT with the United Kingdom, as did many other nations and the effort to breach the Gateway to Atlantis was underway.


Dem Notes: Our story will continue in part 2, when we will meet the brave exploration teams and travel with them as they breach the Gateway to Atlantis and make first contact!
Director: Sig Booner / Producer: Mister Bones / Consultant: Spooky Bones, VYB Builder
Editor: The Prez and Hamlet (That fat orange cat, see the Happy Thanksgiving Moc)


Production notes: 7 sets were used in the making of this first episode. The sharks, rays, fish, etc in the main scene are only 30% of what Dem Bones currently owns. Dem Bones purchased 6 Atlantis sets for these scenes.






Comments

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  February 8, 2011
I like the first pic, looks a lot like my aquarium ;)
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  October 3, 2010
Yeah, I hope you get to this soon.
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  September 7, 2010
Quoting night fury (con) sutherland amazing I like the back story behind all of the keys!
Thanks a lot! One day I will get back to this storyline.
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  September 6, 2010
amazing I like the back story behind all of the keys!
  March 4, 2010
WOW!! I couldn't resist checking this out at the first glance of the main picture. So many vibrant colors needed to be appreciated! Your use of pieces was clever, and it really has that "underwatery" feel too it. My favorite set you used here is the jungley set for SURE! I'm so jealous of all your vines!!! Very nice job, very nice indeed.
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  February 11, 2010
WOW! This is looking realy cool! I look forward to seeing the rest of the series! There arn't many series's out there that I actualy WANT to read the rest of, but this looks great!
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  February 9, 2010
Very cool - nice lighting effects and great storyline.
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  February 5, 2010
I own all but 2 of the sets, and they are the 2 smallest ones. I really like the scenes for the keys.
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  February 5, 2010
WOW ! a LOT of great scenes ! And the shots are all fantastic ! Great story, great presentation, very nice MOC !
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  February 1, 2010
I'm looking forward to what else is still to come.
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  February 1, 2010
Nice story!
Mister Bones
The Master of Mario
  January 29, 2010
All your icon needs is a flaming head and you are then Ghost Rider.
  January 29, 2010
Quoting Kynoshia Blake Sorry to say but you sir/miss is not a TRUE lego artist.
Hey, I thought it was strictly 'sir' now, since the surgery. Maybe he thinks you're a hobbit. *Gollum voice* 'Tricksy and false LEGO artsy you is. LMFAO!~H
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  January 29, 2010
Haha! Thanks CF, nice to see you have my back! I have no idea what this kid is saying, but he sounds like that emo builder to me.
  January 29, 2010
Quoting I forgot what his name was, but he is annoying i am sorry to sat but you no true lego artist. A true lego builds lego ppl not use the ones that are already made. A true lego artist makes their creation from scratch not from lego parts that were already made. Sorry to say but you sir/miss is not a TRUE lego artist.
Kid, he meant he bought 7 sets for the pieces! Oh and Bones, I like your new buddy icon!
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  January 29, 2010
Quoting Rusty S. Incredible builds, and the storyline is great. This Atlantis buzz is really starting to grow on me!
Thanks Rusty. Join the group "The Devil's Triangle". Link is on my homepage, we are doing this theme in that group.
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  January 29, 2010
Incredible builds, and the storyline is great. This Atlantis buzz is really starting to grow on me!
Mister Bones
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Blake Buehl
  January 27, 2010
Very nice, my favorites are the first and last sets. I can't seem to make my black light show up in photos. How do you do it?
Mister Bones
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wolfgang .
  January 27, 2010
i wanna be a diver me me pick me (jk) i cant wait for the next episode it like a movie
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting MegaKid Tim Um, Bones, by then, they would've found it already.
I am not trying to be mean, but you have a lot to learn about history. You state on your page you are 8, if that is true I suggest you read up on history and science. Also, please do not add random comments here, join the Devil's Triangle group and we can discuss this type of thing there.
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  January 27, 2010
I love the story. The sets that you have built are very cool.
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  January 27, 2010
Great idea for a story. I love the builds!
  January 27, 2010
Um, Bones, by then, they would've found it already.
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting Blake Buehl Very nice, my favorites are the first and last sets. I can't seem to make my black light show up in photos. How do you do it?
Ask me in the advice group and I will try to explain it, or Yuri, or Hans, we all use UV.
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio Oh! Keys! So that's what the Atlantidean Whatchamacallem are...
HAHAHA, yes, keys. Although, I liked what you called them, I may use that in an upcoming episode.
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting MegaKid Tim Who takes that long just to figure out where the keys came from?
Study history guys, many secrets took ages to figure out, most historians still debate issues involving ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting MegaKid Tim Very exciting. I think you misplaced the years. 2021 was supposed to be 2012. 2020 was supposed to be 2002. I think that's the way. Because 2018 after 2020 and 2021? That doesn't make any sense.
No, the years were done on purpose. This is set in the near future, the keys were a mystery for centuries until a Professor figured out the riddle, that will be explained soon. Thanks for the comment.
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  January 27, 2010
This is so epic...
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  January 27, 2010
Very cool,I love the first picture it really got my attention. I need to maybe do a comic~NN
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  January 27, 2010
Oh! Keys! So that's what the Atlantidean Whatchamacallem are...
Mister Bones
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The Master of Mario
  January 26, 2010
You just love black light don't you. Episode 2 will be tense I think.
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  January 26, 2010
Love the concept here...looking forward to seeing what's next. Meanwhile, some great work, Bones!
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  January 26, 2010
Whoa..... Amazing storyline and creation.
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  January 26, 2010
wow, i love the atlantis gate! it's a good story so far. i liked all hte different places where they found the keys, it was kind of like johnny thunder all over again!
  January 26, 2010
Good point. XD
  January 26, 2010
Who takes that long just to figure out where the keys came from?
  January 26, 2010
Perhaps he meant 2081?
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  January 26, 2010
Very exciting. I think you misplaced the years. 2021 was supposed to be 2012. 2020 was supposed to be 2002. I think that's the way. Because 2018 after 2020 and 2021? That doesn't make any sense.
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  January 26, 2010
This is gonna be great! Can't wait for more. Awesome lighting and colours and great characters. You have created heaps of really impressive sets for this story, it must have taken you so long! Do you actually work? or do you just sit at your desk all day building Lego?! Or maybe you are so skilled you can just whip out something like this in your coffee break...
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Christian Schlichting You use black light too often
Um, there is no such thing as too often my friend. Especially when used to highlight such great MOCs. Or hide the not-so-great ones.Hahaha! Interesting take and great first chapter. Nice to see someone else is spending far too much time with this stuff. Should post my first chapter by Friday. Can you say OVERKILL?LOL~H
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  January 26, 2010
Nice start Mr. B. Good pics and sets. Curious now. see ya. garth
  January 26, 2010
oh, Sorry man.
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Matt Shack Sweet, I love it, and that is cool having a Mocpager as a son.
Daughter, but thanks!
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  January 26, 2010
Sweet, I love it, and that is cool having a Mocpager as a son.
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  January 26, 2010
2 words - FANTASTIC JOB. This is really getting exciting, I can't wait till the next episode!!
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  January 26, 2010
Nice job Dad, I mean, Sig Booner! hahahaha, thanks for putting me in the credits.
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  January 26, 2010
Awesome and intriguing. I already have a couple of convoluted fan-theories as to how that key reached Greece. Looking forward to the next!
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  January 26, 2010
Dang, Bones! This is a great introduction. But I must say those are some fantastic builds! The story is starting to feel intense!
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor EXCELLENT!!! Great way to incorporate all the keys into the story! That was well worth the wait. Really looking forward to part 2! I will most likely be posting my First Contact story this weekend if not sooner. It will be a 2 parter as well.
Thank you Sir!
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Christian Schlichting You use black light too often but great builds, great story, all great.
Actually, UV is only used in 4 shots, but you are right, I love UV light and the way it makes things glow.
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  January 26, 2010
You use black light too often but great builds, great story, all great.
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Josh LaFollette not only is the build great, the story is amazing!!! it seems sort of like a National Treasure type idea, fitting the story into history. nice job with all the different lightings, and I love how you used so many classic themes in the beginning. awesome comic, all around. if you did some editing (word bubbles, narration boxes, etc.) it would be even cooler, but I realize that's alot to ask.
Thanks! You are correct about the word bubbles, I want to do something like Dennis Price does in his comics, just need to figure out how.
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  January 26, 2010
not only is the build great, the story is amazing!!! it seems sort of like a National Treasure type idea, fitting the story into history. nice job with all the different lightings, and I love how you used so many classic themes in the beginning. awesome comic, all around. if you did some editing (word bubbles, narration boxes, etc.) it would be even cooler, but I realize that's alot to ask.
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  January 26, 2010
Quoting Luka_ Cody actually just tipe: atlantis on google earth, and you will find it, but it is better feeling when you find it on your own =D
HAHAHA, good point. For more info check out the group "The Devil's Triangle", there is a link on my homepage.
  January 26, 2010
actually just tipe: atlantis on google earth, and you will find it, but it is better feeling when you find it on your own =D
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  January 26, 2010
actually for those who are not sure about Atlantis ( me too =)) can find some kind of ruins on Google Earth, I just couldn't believe it :o ... I don't know where excatly because I don't have Google Earth anymore :( , but it is somewhere in middle of the Atlantic Ocean near some islands, actually, beyond them, like in some valley. this thing came out few years when some guy, who was probably bored =D excidently found it, try and I bet you can find it too ;)
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  January 26, 2010
very nice story, amazing details ;)
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  January 26, 2010
that final picture looks very cool, i can't wait to see this series, looks like it could go somewhere great
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  January 26, 2010
A great story, can't wait for more! Atlantis was also good, nice and colorful.
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  January 26, 2010
WOW! Those sets are amazing. I want ot get a blue officer shirt off of bricklink. 2 Things; One: I have a few new creations if you would care to look. Two: I edited my story in stories and comics.
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  January 26, 2010
Wow. Love the globe trotter feel. Great detail with buildings, great story, and yeah, Wow.
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  January 26, 2010
This MOC is very impressive, I really like all the scens and stories you wrote.
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  January 26, 2010
EXCELLENT!!! Great way to incorporate all the keys into the story! That was well worth the wait. Really looking forward to part 2! I will most likely be posting my First Contact story this weekend if not sooner. It will be a 2 parter as well.
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  January 26, 2010
WOW! The amount of work with all the sets and time you put into this is very evident and definately pays off! I'm not even interested in this theme, but I can't wait to see what happens next (that's how good you are):)
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  January 26, 2010
Cool, nice work with the sets. I can't wait for part 2. ~ J
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  January 26, 2010
Cool, nice work with the sets. I can't wait for part 2. ~ J
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  January 26, 2010
Can't wait to read part 2 nice comic 5/5!
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  January 26, 2010
Neat. I like what you did for the last pic.
 
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