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Chapter 1 : Blueheaven
The start of a quest...
About this creation
Finally, this took way longer than expected anyway, I hope you enjoy.
usually plain text are the thoughts and tellings of the main character, when the text colors olive the main character is speaking. Other characters have other colors. italics describe a scene viewed from a safe border.

prologue

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I was sent out for a quest...














Armed with a sword I felt safe but nothing was less true...













My destination is the Elven Forest, to search for a magical artefact which most don't believe to even excist, I had my doubts as well.











But I was sent by my mentor, the wise man who raised me as a child and tought me all I know, so I guess it was evident that I accepted...















I was not unhappy with my task though, I would have become a farmer if my educator didn't found that elemental stone and I've always dreamed to be a knight but such future didn't seem te be possible...but look at me now, I'm going on a quest...


Evening fell as I passed through the Farmlands.
between me and my destination lies Blueheaven and after that the Big River...











I arrived at the northern gates of Blueheaven...
"Can't let you through boy"
so far the first obstacle, appearently something serious happened in Blueheaven since the guards didn't allow armed men (and boys) to enter...







There wasn't arguing with this guy, but I really had to go through, I couldn't think of any other way to find myself a transport over the big river...








I had to leave my sword and so I felt less safer particulary because I still didn't know what it was that happened here...










I came to my senses and decided to focus on finding my ticket to the Elven Forest













I actually don't really know my way in blueheaven, I suppose if I walk downwards I'll end up in the harbor...











































































(soldier) "No, we can't let anyone sail in or out temporarely, I'm sorry"
(sailor) "Yes you can, I saw an Elven ship coming in a while ago, what about us ?"
"That's different..."

so no ship goes out they say, that's not so good, that doesn't go for Elven ships appearently...










The Elven ship attracted my attention, I have never met an Elf but I saw their elegant ships before,
perhaps I could...
"Excuse me, Are you planning to sail across the river soon ?"












" . . . Well, we are having some problems with our ship, why do you ask ?"
"I must go to the Elven Forest but I don't have a boat to get there"
"hmmm... tell you what, if you help us fix this we'll let you come along"







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To Be Continued . . .

Chapter 2

learn more at World Of Legonia



Comments

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  October 22, 2011
That shovel roof technique looks awesome! There are some really great details in there. Also thanks for adding me as a favorite, it means a lot coming from such a great builder :) Great job!
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  September 6, 2011
The epic quest continues! Another great moc! keep it up!
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  December 4, 2010
wonderful, it would be good to know what happened in blue haven though. maybe some random found a elemental crystal, or even thought there was one there and went rage trying to find it. great work.
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  November 29, 2010
Nice story, wonderful scenery. I like the steering wheels.
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  November 27, 2010
Nice work so far, its great!
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  November 14, 2010
Quoting Lieutenant Lucky - Nog één laatste vraagje, van welke stenen heb je de boomstammen gemaakt?
da's dit blokje http://www.peeron.com/inv/parts/30136 en daar heb ik er veel van omdat ik fort legoredo ooit kreeg :p
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  November 14, 2010
Nog één laatste vraagje, van welke stenen heb je de boomstammen gemaakt?
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  November 12, 2010
Quoting Lieutenant Lucky - Dat ze niet even opschieten met die MOC Olympics :P Ik wil weten wat er gaat gebeuren!
deel 2 komt eraan, nog even geduld, kheb nog allerlei kleinigheden die moeten gefotografeerd worden en gepost
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  November 12, 2010
Dat ze niet even opschieten met die MOC Olympics :P Ik wil weten wat er gaat gebeuren!
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  October 10, 2010
Quoting dave smith you have me interested, i wanna know what happens next
you will :) when the mocolympics are over for me I will be working on Chapter 2
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  October 9, 2010
you have me interested, i wanna know what happens next
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  August 11, 2010
Bravo, bravo indeed! I love the detail, and the conveyance of the scenes is just remarkable! Well done mate.
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  August 11, 2010
Your next great LEGO achievement should be teaching Dennis Price to build so he can post better stuff in his Glomshire Knights!
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  August 5, 2010
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 very cool movie quality! all the scenes were eye candy! i m just not too sure about elves! it seems that it would have been better to stay in a little more realism than that! but its your show! you have me interested! its hard work but its worth it,its very convincing! good show!
thanks, it is hard work, as for the realism part It won't get better, this series takes place in a fantasy world, there will be magical stuff in it too
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  August 5, 2010
very cool movie quality! all the scenes were eye candy! i m just not too sure about elves! it seems that it would have been better to stay in a little more realism than that! but its your show! you have me interested! its hard work but its worth it,its very convincing! good show!
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  July 28, 2010
Thanks for the comment! Your MOCS look simply great! I like the landscape and the buildings of this creation.
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  July 9, 2010
Agh! I can't wait for the next!! Don't feel rushed though, I'm sure whatever it is it will be worth the wait. Once again, I've been inspired by you to create something of medieval nature...You added so much detail here, it simply amazes me, a few things that caught my eye were 1: The use of the steering wheels on the roofs of the houses in Bluehaven. And 2: The superb technique you came up with by using shovels as roof tiles!! I've never seen it done before. I can't wait for more!
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  July 4, 2010
Great diorama, lots of good details like the marketstands and the horse-carriages.....and ofcourse a very big beautiful castle!
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  June 27, 2010
I have to agree with the previous guy...nice start indeed. I'll be curious to see the fixing scene coming up, then who know where you'll take us. see ya, on the road. garth
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  June 27, 2010
Excellent start. Narration is something unique to other comics, the builds, architecture etc. of big quality. The story has a good flow and what's most important: You nailed the background universe very accurate. Your Blueheaven is very close to what i originally had in mind. Really whish to have more time to realize my Legonia ideas soon.
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  June 27, 2010
Very cool techniques here. I particularly love the use of shovels as shingles
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  June 26, 2010
Uhm, frkn wow! In particular, love that yellow half timber building, the forest walking shot with the flower glade, and I was floored by your use of shovels for roof tiles, that was just insanely good. Super build mate, and well paced tale, never got boring or overlong, congrats...
  June 26, 2010
Great story and a good build also. :)
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting the bourbonbrick WOW this is amazing the buildings are amazing and I(like many others) really like the use of shovels.The narration is good but there is some bad grammar and spelling.So far i have really enjoyed the story.
grammar and spelling...Ok, thanks for the advice, I'll work on that
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting Lee Hardwick Great work, looking forward to see your little adventure in the next part. Great use of pieces, I'm sorry but I'm pinching the wheel arch idea for the veranda. If that's OK of course. :)
that's ok, but mention me if you do
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  June 25, 2010
Clever technique with those steering wheels.
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  June 25, 2010
Clever technique with those steering wheels.
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  June 25, 2010
Great work, looking forward to see your little adventure in the next part. Great use of pieces, I'm sorry but I'm pinching the wheel arch idea for the veranda. If that's OK of course. :)
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  June 25, 2010
WOW this is amazing the buildings are amazing and I(like many others) really like the use of shovels.The narration is good but there is some bad grammar and spelling.So far i have really enjoyed the story.
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting commander revan wou, can i use some of the design u used?
sure, but don't forget to mention me
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  June 25, 2010
Nice part usage. I like the use of the shovels, saws, and steering wheels as architectural elements.
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  June 25, 2010
wou, can i use some of the design u used?
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  June 25, 2010
that's a lot of buildings and stuff. good job, the story looks like it will be very interesting.
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  June 25, 2010
Great forest scenery and nifty use of the shovel and circular saws! Nice narrative, too!
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting Space Pirate Haha, sorry...I didn't know it was that obvious, but yes, I didn't read the story at all. :P
:p it wasn't oblivious, cool you're honest :)
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  June 25, 2010
Some great sets and a very cool start to the story, I look forward to more!
  June 25, 2010
Haha, sorry...I didn't know it was that obvious, but yes, I didn't read the story at all. :P
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting Space Pirate Wow, impressive. I like how you incorporated the yellow tudor wall piece in the rest of the house and the shovel-roof is great as well.
thanks, I try to make this series interesting also for those that aren't interested in the story itself
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  June 25, 2010
Wow, impressive. I like how you incorporated the yellow tudor wall piece in the rest of the house and the shovel-roof is great as well.
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  June 25, 2010
The story is already awesome! I like a medieval quest in LEGO, it's so much cooler. ~Ryan
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  June 25, 2010
Quoting E.K.O ™ very impressive! is the blue in this pic http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/12746/12712698782_DISPLAY.jpg supposed to be water? if so, build some ground around it, or it doesent look like water!
:p no it isn't water, it are grey flat stones, to mark off a farmers territory (or something like that)
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  June 25, 2010
very impressive! is the blue in this pic http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/12746/12712698782_DISPLAY.jpg supposed to be water? if so, build some ground around it, or it doesent look like water!
 
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