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Warrior Tower
A MOC depicting 13 different warriors, from the past to the future.
About this creation

Behold the glory of the 13 story Warrior’s Tower! No, really, behold, it means to look, to view, to gander….sheesh



Neanderthal Man: Neanderthals were a type of early hominid that lived on the planet earth between about 200,000 to 30,000 years ago. This fine fellow sports a heavy club as his weapon of choice.

Homo Sapien Man: Modern humans evolved from archaic Homo sapiens in Africa in the Middle Paleolithic, about 200,000 years ago. By the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic 50,000 BCE, full behavioral modernity, including language, music and other cultural universals had developed. Here we see a early human armed with a spear.

Egyptian Warrior: These warriors were considered to be the elite group of the army and formed the backbone of the Egyptian armed forces. The Warriors were called "Braves of the King" in respect of their status with the King. These were an elite group that was responsible for leading and guiding the entire army in the battlefield. They would plan all the strategic attacks and personally led all the important battles. This warrior is armed with a sickle sword as would have been used during the Middle Kingdom (240-1640 BCE).

Hoplite Warrior: Sparta was a city-state in ancient Greece. Militarily powerful, Sparta acted as the overall leader during the Greco-Persian Wars between 431 and 404 BCE. Spartan warriors, also known as hoplites, were armed with a long spear called a doru, and a shield. They fought in formations called phalanxes.

Roman Legionnaire: The Roman army of Augustus’ time (0-100 CE) is referred to as the “classic legion”. Under Julius Caesar, the army had become a highly efficient and thoroughly professional body, brilliantly led and staffed. This soldier is armed with a short sword called a “Gladius” and the standard shield called a “Scutum”.

Medieval Knight: The medieval knight was the equivalent of the modern tank. Knights were covered in multiple layers of armor, and could plow through foot soldiers standing in his way. This knight who would have roamed Europe during between 1400-1485 CE, is armed with a heavy sword to add to his defensive armour.

Samurai Warrior: These warriors were the military nobility of middle ages Japan. This warrior would have lived between 1500-1565 CE. The samurai was armed with a long, sharp sword called a “katana”, we understand that one cannot cook bacon on a katana.

British Infantryman: The sun never sets on the British Empire, and these soldiers were one of the main reasons why. This solider would be circa 1700-1815 CE. He is armed with the standard British infantry musket, called a “Brown Bess”. (Lego muskets look far older than what a Brown Bess would have looked like).

American Infantryman (Late 1800’s): From the time of the American Civil War (1861-1865 CE) through the Indian Wars (1800-1900 CE), the American infantryman wore a standard blue uniform, usually darker than the one depicted here. This soldier is armed with an 1836 Springfield musket.

American Infantryman (1940-1960): During the between 1940 and 1970 CE the American Infantryman showed his quality in battles from the jungles of Southeast Asia, across the Pacific Ocean and over to Western Europe. Armed with an M1 Garand rifle, these soldiers fought around the world during the Second World War, the Korean War and into the Vietnam war.

British SAS Special Forces: The British SAS, or Special Air Service, is an elite Special Forces regiment that has served as the model for most other Special Forces groups including the US Navy Seals, and Delta Force. This commando, armed with an MP-40 sub-machine gun and dressed in all black, is ready to punish the enemies of England during the Cold War (1946-1989 CE).

Space Marine: Sometime in our near future, brave men and women may venture forth to do battle in space. This Space Marine, seen around the time of the Moon War (2099-2103 CE), is a member of the WDA (Western Democratic Alliance), a military and economic group representing the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Canada, Japan, Korea and New Zealand. He is armed with an M-7 particle blaster.

Intergalactic Infantry: In Earth’s distant future, (2175-2275 CE) the planet has united and all of the former nations are one. Life on other planets has been discovered and just as humans fought over territory on Earth, now planets fight over livable planets in space. The backbone of the Earth military is the Intergalactic infantry. Armed with an x-88 laser sword, and an M-99 laser rifle, these brave men and women fight their way across the galaxy raising the banner of Earth. After all, aliens deserve Starbucks coffee too!

Some extra pics of the tower.






Dem Notes: This idea came about while I was building the “Journey To Immortality” Vig. This is not a vig as the base is 16x16, but it is the same idea. I had some trouble with the height for a second, but that was overcome and thus, I give you my 13 level timeline. Hope you enjoyed it. What? Oh yes, the non-Lego elements are Brickforge and Brickarms stuff. Which one of you knuckleheads said I was a purist?




Comments

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  October 20, 2014
wonderful in every single stage! enjoying it alot!
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  November 25, 2013
Very brilliant creation, but it looks like it could collapse any minuet.
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  September 11, 2013
Very clever build! Congrats on MOC of the Day! =)
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  September 11, 2013
Nice job! Congrats on getting MOTD!
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  September 11, 2013
Now that is really cool ! Congrats on MOTD !
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  September 11, 2013
@Matt; lol, warriors the movie, lol, congrats on motd bones!
  September 11, 2013
Nice tower! I remember reading that this was nominated for an award.. Congrads on MOTD!
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  September 11, 2013
Awesome tower except you forgot the REAL warriors. 1979, Michael Beck, James Remar classic. "Warriors, come out and plaaaaayaaay!"
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  September 11, 2013
Congrats, Bones! I think Gilbert has some really interesting points, though. Might want to consider a rebuild of this tower.
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  September 11, 2013
In that one day you logged in, your MOC becomes MotD. It's a conspiracy! XD
  April 11, 2013
ā€¯Knights were covered in multiple layers of armor?ā€¯ Do you realize how heavy that would be? Plate armor had some overlapping pieces to protect joints, but knights only wore ā€¯multiple layersā€¯ during a brief period of history when their armorers couldn't decide whether plate our mail was better and decided to use both, greatly increasing the weight of the armor and thus handicapping their knights on the field of battle. They did typically wear passed among coats beneath their metal protection, but I do not really count this as armor.
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  December 27, 2011
What did you mean"The samurai was armed with a long, sharp sword called a “katana”, we understand that one cannot cook bacon on a katana.?" Do you mean Master Shifu?
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  November 7, 2011
Very impressive!! 5/5
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  October 3, 2011
What a nice little time you provided us with. BTW this is in first place in 'more' category under 'most popular display' Congrats!
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  September 23, 2011
Amazing and fantastic and could you also check out my mocs
  September 14, 2011
Very good but I think you should make the samurai's torso the color of the armor.
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  July 20, 2011
your right aliens and everybody (or thing) also deserve starbucks
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  June 24, 2011
Only 1 to 4 percent? Driving on the Autobahn makes me wonder if it weren't more. A LOT ... BTW very good tower.
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  June 23, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! And this comes as a surprise to people? Ever been to Walmart on a Saturday morning?
HAHAHAHA, but seriously folks...I am just trying to dispel a few miss, er, I mean myth's with a fact or forty.
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  June 23, 2011
And this comes as a surprise to people? Ever been to Walmart on a Saturday morning?
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  June 23, 2011
I do not like to disrupt people's pre-conceived notions with facts, but here is a little nugget: http://news.discovery.com/human/neanderthal-human-interbreed-dna.html
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  June 23, 2011
Who woulda thunk that this would not only be your most popular creation, but controversial as well! My favorite part about Mr. Baldacci's statement is that only the first two levels are 'mythical'; his neighborhood must be overrun with Space Marines and Intergalactic Infantry! It just cracks me up that ideas like walking on water and turning water to wine are supposed to be more plausible than the idea that the physical characteristics of a living creature can change over a long period of time to better suit it's environment...witchcraft I say! LMAO!~H
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  June 23, 2011
Well thank you one and all for the comments, very nice indeed. At Xeno, cheers buddy and I agree, this site is not the place for religious debate. At Barto....HAHAHAHAHA and at Matt, gracias for saying this is my best (Although I like the Monster Tower better), and your last statement gave me a good laugh after spending over an hour commuting to work!
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  June 23, 2011
It's really too bad when a friend receives that great and lucky honor of having a creation elevated to MOTD, and the response is stunted by a stale and tired rant of exhausting religious rhetoric. This is one of Dan's best creations, with evident effort and quality, and with layer upon layer of excellent representations of eras and warriors it's a unique look at history. PS: Hitler killed people because he was a bad man that twisted beliefs and past events to fit his own agenda. Using that event as an example to show that evolution is evil is..wait a minute...twisting beliefs and past events to fit your own agenda.
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  June 23, 2011
I like the tower for what it is: A fine LEGO® creation and quite informative. What I don't like are religious people who always have to rub in their believe with force. This is not the right place for it, I think.
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  June 22, 2011
A fine history lesson here, like an episode of Deadliest Warrior. Now as far as the Neanderthal issue, some believe that modern humans may have interbred with them, others do not. Clearly these scientists have never been to a State Fair.
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  June 22, 2011
Quoting Doc. Jared . Cool moc. Actually "scutum" literally means shield in latin, as it is a second declension neuter noun. Just a bit of info, thought you might like it! Singular: Scutum, scutum, scutum, scuti, scuto, scuto. Nice MOC again!
HAHAHA, I do stand corrected as I will bow to your knowledge of proper Latin.
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  June 22, 2011
this is brilliant, thw whole scene looks great (but alittle unstable) and the stories is great and very detailed, so is the backgrounds of the diffrent warriors. Gratz at MOYD (moc of yesterday)great job
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  June 22, 2011
Gongrats on MOTD dude, I love the historical references, especially about the homo sapiens, they're so true ;) love to see more of this objective, reasonable and truthfull based creations
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  June 22, 2011
This got MOTD? Hmmm, missed that. Thanks though. To the christian and the non-christian, no fighting lads, each to his own beliefs. Although, scientific fact trumps religious fantasy in my book. Cheers.
Mister Bones
karsten Rees
  June 20, 2011
uhhhhh nice job i like it except the ones in the ce's i prefer just plain old people not Jedi (thats
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  June 20, 2011
awesome1 i love all the soldiers,and how you have even included a summary!i hate to sound like a noobie but could you please check this out-http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/275912
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  June 20, 2011
Cool moc. Actually "scutum" literally means shield in latin, as it is a second declension neuter noun. Just a bit of info, thought you might like it! Singular: Scutum, scutum, scutum, scuti, scuto, scuto. Nice MOC again!
  June 20, 2011
@Deus Otiosus: I'll answer each of your supposed allegations against Christianity one by one: The holocaust - Hitler believed in Survival of the Fittest (Evolution). He though the Aryan germans were the fittest and Jews, Africans and Gypsies were worth being exterminated so the fittest could survive. And he was a evolutionary Satanist, BTW. As for the crusades, they were instigated by the Roman Catholic popes, who I do not believe were real christians. More like mid-medieval people with a lot of power. and 90% of the crusaders were actually ex-convicts escaping feudal taxes, knights escaping the law or other duelers, or people seeking adventure. Few of them really believed slaughtering Muslims was right, and the Bible clearly describes that that is WRONG. Just because some nominal 'Christians' did it doesn't mean the Bible proscribes it. And the witch hunts were also 'technically' run by the Religious (Christian) councils. But did you know they actually exterminated only 20 people over those years? And in addition, this brings me to my original point. Just because they did it, doesn't mean it was right. Christians lie, or do wrong things just like everyone else because we are all sinful. But that doesn't mean the bible says to lie and do wrong things. And finally, the 'religious councils' during the Witch Hunts were nominal councils growing fat on tithes. Few of them actually had any scriptural grounding. But they were right in their premise. the Bible teaches strongly against witchcraft throughout. But their means of going about was not Biblical in the slightest. And for your point about Neanderthals: Give me one good piece of observable evidence that things can change from one species into another.
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  June 20, 2011
A certainly creative stack of vignettes!
  June 20, 2011
I congratulate you on this lucky occasion, and as I see, it is your first MOC with over 100 ILIs. That was an unexpected discovery, seeing you are one of the most famous people on MOCpages. And for the christian guy ranting about neanderthals: did you know neanderthals (homo sapiens neanderthalis - did you know we didn't evolve from them?) discovered music and were in no way brutes, especially compared to homo sapiens sapiens (Holocaust, Apartheid, the genocides over native americans, crusades, The witch hunt...).
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  June 20, 2011
Congrats Mister Bones on getting you first Moc with over 100 likes!
  June 20, 2011
This is great! You've done your history home work^^.
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  June 20, 2011
I love all the figs and historical references. Good choices as well. But unfortunately the first two levels are mythical. Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens are completely mythical. Science has shown that the skulls we find are not actuall enlarged craniums and skulls suggesting a transformation from ape-like anscestors, but swelling caused by tumors of vitamin defeciency. Plus, if we can accept a Biblical viewpoint for a moment, a world-wide flood would result in catastrophic burying of all living things. Afterwords, there would be so much debris in the air it would cause a cold expansion on the poles, (a.k.a and Ice Age). This would wipe out crops and force a wide spread reducion of Calcium consuption among Humans. Resulting in the malformation of the Cranial Cavity. Which makes much more feesable sense than 'evolved' ape-men. Besides, it is genetically impossible for an ape to become a human. For even one strand of Ape DNA to change correctly into its known 'evolutionary anscestor' is lower chances than selecting a 'marked' atom from the known universe in one try. So I cannot understand why anyone believes we evolved from brutes like the Neanderthal man. We are the human race, created in God's likeness. But other than the first two levels, the rest is great!
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  June 20, 2011
Nice to see a well built and informative MOTD. Not sure about the sun never setting on the British Empire: we British are awfully modest, these days..
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  June 20, 2011
Has Shifu ever tried to cook bacon on a katana? Lovin' it.
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  June 20, 2011
Best MOTD in a good few days.
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  June 20, 2011
This so cool!! It is very different from all of the other creations I have seen! I think the depiction for each group of warriors is fantastic!! Great Job!! Could you comment on this?? Thanks!! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/274526
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  June 20, 2011
very, very good, I especially love your SAS soildier, and the neandertal ofc :P
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  June 20, 2011
Good work, Mr. Bones!
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  June 7, 2011
Thanks! If only I could take better photos.....
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  June 7, 2011
Sweet! Some things in this MOC are also funny (in a good way), so yeah, it deserves all those likes.
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  April 29, 2011
Quoting Bad Guy XD Very cool! But where did get the roman soldier? Can you check out my creations please?
Thanks, I will go look over your page.
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  April 24, 2011
Very cool! But where did get the roman soldier? Can you check out my creations please?
Mister Bones
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White Knight
  April 2, 2011
this is very good, the shining knight is my favourite !.....
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  March 4, 2011
This is really creative, interesting to see earth's future will involve lightsabers, er I mean x-88 laser swords! I knew they were real! Nice job.
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  March 4, 2011
Quoting JR HAJDUCKO that is so cool, is it s suppose to be a time line ?
Yes, Thank you.
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  March 3, 2011
that is so cool, is it s suppose to be a time line ?
Mister Bones
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S.E.D. (The Editor)
  March 1, 2011
Awesome! I love the Samurai, is that the Collectable Minifigure one?
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  March 1, 2011
Quoting S.E.D. (The Editor) Awesome! I love the Samurai, is that the Collectable Minifigure one?
No, he is from the old ninja line, I forget the name of the line, was out in the 90's I think. Thanks for the comment.
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  February 22, 2011
Cool build!
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  February 21, 2011
WOOOOW !!! This is one of the best idea I've seen !! coooool !!!!!
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  February 18, 2011
Quoting The Green Hood Holy Cow! Thats a lot of comments!Just kidding,Love the build. How on earth did you get the tower to stand? I would assume you used supports.
Thanks guys. No supports were used, just brick on brick. (It was a bit wobbly though. The Monster Tower is far more stable)
  February 18, 2011
Holy Cow! Thats a lot of comments!Just kidding,Love the build. How on earth did you get the tower to stand? I would assume you used supports.
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  February 17, 2011
Awesome! Great idea.
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  February 7, 2011
This a simple, but so brilliant idea, you had there, i love it!
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  February 1, 2011
Quoting Crazy Mechanic OH, Helots is what I was thinking of, sorry for the mix-up. Oh goody, now i've made a fool of myself...Nah, if you think about half the people here, I might as well be Albert Einstein.
Never a fool! Just a mistake, no big deal at all. I do think you are correct on the Helots (But I would have to look into it because I do not know....HAHAHAHA)
Mister Bones
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Crazy Mechanic
  January 21, 2011
OH, Helots is what I was thinking of, sorry for the mix-up. Oh goody, now i've made a fool of myself...Nah, if you think about half the people here, I might as well be Albert Einstein.
Mister Bones
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Crazy Mechanic
  January 20, 2011
This is an amazing tower! 1 bit of criticism: Hoplites were Spartan SLAVES, not the warriors themselves.
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  January 20, 2011
Quoting Crazy Mechanic This is an amazing tower! 1 bit of criticism: Hoplites were Spartan SLAVES, not the warriors themselves.
I thank you for the comment, but you are wrong on the hoplites, not sure where you came up with that. Go do some research, you will find out.
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  January 20, 2011
Great Job, but i have 1 question. WHERE ARE THE PIRATES!!!!!
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  December 20, 2010
I like the Roman Warrior's section the best, clever job, nice work. I was wondering if you'd be willing to judge in an upcoming contest, if willing or not please let me know here: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/15129
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  December 17, 2010
really awesome
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  December 15, 2010
Quoting jason corlett This is MADNESS! Your not compensating for something are you?
I am sure I have no idea what you mean.....hahaha
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  December 15, 2010
This is MADNESS! Your not compensating for something are you?
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  December 15, 2010
Quoting Matt David I got a phalanx for ya' right here! Oh wait, I'm thinking of something else...
HAHAHAHAHA!
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  December 15, 2010
I got a phalanx for ya' right here! Oh wait, I'm thinking of something else...
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  December 14, 2010
Wow, 75 I like its! You said it wasn't very good, I told you it was!
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  December 10, 2010
realy neat lego creation love it all the last one is really funny ,any way can you comment an my new creation if you can and have time,tnx
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  December 9, 2010
Quoting Timmy Kid Um, Dim Death(Dim = Dem)(Death = the unlucky people), your latest tower suggests parental guidance. Could you change that a notch? (PS: Like the nickname I gave you? XD)
The PG is because there are a few bad words, probably safe to look at if you wish. Dim Death, not bad
  December 8, 2010
Um, Dim Death(Dim = Dem)(Death = the unlucky people), your latest tower suggests parental guidance. Could you change that a notch? (PS: Like the nickname I gave you? XD)
  December 8, 2010
Nice work Bones that's really cool.
  December 4, 2010
Dear Mister Bones, I have some grave news for you, and it is with a heavy heart that I deliver these news. Some wise-guy at Hollywood stole your Jacked-Up Fairy Tales idea. The perpetrator must've been a Twilight fan, as the new movie "Little Red Riding Hood" seems to follow this format. Rather than a 5-year-old with a basket of muffins skipping merilly to her grandmother's only to find that the wolf has eaten her, Little Red Riding Hood is somehow a teenager in love with some weird guy, and the whole movie is this love story mixed with a hunt for the wolf, which has been killing people for no reason. It could very easily be a good werewolf movie, but the fact that it's Little Red Riding Hood showcases the disrespect for children's tales that rightfully belongs to you. I hope that you get to the bottom of this, and make sure that you give me credit as the discoverer of such plagirism.
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  November 13, 2010
Very neat indeed. Neat structure plan.
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  November 10, 2010
I'm too lazy to check and make sure that someone hasn't already made an "over-compensating" joke - I'm sure that some of our buds have already had at it. This is pretty impressive, Bonesy - I like this idea. It'd be sweet to see how tall you could make this thing.
Mister Bones
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sandor quelle
  November 4, 2010
what you said about the Neanderthal and homosapien sounded exactly like my history teacher
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  November 4, 2010
Quoting Timmy Kid I'd say, looking at all these comments and this MOC, I'd say: MOCpages would be nothing without a man who's fit to be on a graveyard shift. No offense.
HAHAHA, now that's funny! Cheers Timmy!
Mister Bones
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Chucky Lohr
  November 3, 2010
Is that the Series 3 Samurai minifig?
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  November 3, 2010
I'd say, looking at all these comments and this MOC, I'd say: MOCpages would be nothing without a man who's fit to be on a graveyard shift. No offense.
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  November 3, 2010
Quoting Mr. Xenomurphy Ah, it´s a shame you don´t have the time to build at the moment.
Yes, but sadly, it is looking more like months, than moment
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  November 3, 2010
That's the tallest bignette/vignette tower I've ever seen! It's amazing it can stand on its own. Really awesome work, I love these "through the ages" kind of creations.
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  November 3, 2010
Ah, it´s a shame you don´t have the time to build at the moment.
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  November 3, 2010
Quoting Chucky Lohr Is that the Series 3 Samurai minifig?
No, that one is from the late 1990's Ninja sets.
Mister Bones
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JF .
  October 29, 2010
brilliant work mr bones
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  October 24, 2010
Technology has come a long way thanks to war. But I dont think we will have lasers by 2200, lasers technically cant exist as a lethal wepon either. >Eric
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  October 21, 2010
Great work. i love history and I like to see your not biast about the British empire (I find most peopel hate it) May I ask, is it okay for me to build a tower, I have seen a couple around mocpages already?
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  October 20, 2010
That's what he said! I still think a second tower is warranted. Amazon, Viking, gangster rapper...
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  October 20, 2010
Quoting Allarand Arcadia You could have made more 'cause there are many more ages you didn't explore but nice work and idea overall.
Very true, but I would have needed to make the thing so darn big, it never would have fit in the picture!
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  October 20, 2010
You could have made more 'cause there are many more ages you didn't explore but nice work and idea overall.
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  October 20, 2010
Quoting Matthew Novosad I'm thinking of doing something similar, instead of a tower, side by side and each scene will have the opponent fighting the person. It would be significantly smaller though. What do you think? BTW Would you mind checking out my new and improved homepage?: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/29218 I want some feed back on what you think, too much of something, too little? That kind of thing. I want to know what my viewers like.
I love that idea! Do it Matt, I will go check your homepage now.
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  October 20, 2010
It's quite awesome! I love every segment of it! ~Ryan
  October 20, 2010
I'm thinking of doing something similar, instead of a tower, side by side and each scene will have the opponent fighting the person. It would be significantly smaller though. What do you think? BTW Would you mind checking out my new and improved homepage?: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/29218 I want some feed back on what you think, too much of something, too little? That kind of thing. I want to know what my viewers like.
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  October 20, 2010
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 a very nice addition to your collection!,i can t imagine how in a single tower ,you could despict all significant warriors!,but,maybe 3-4 separate towers covering different periods would be the ticket there!,still,as it is, this one looks very good,and the figs are also very well chosen!,i still miss your minifig collection vigs though!,they were so good! good show mr bones!
Thank you, I will bring back the minifig series soon.
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  October 20, 2010
a very nice addition to your collection!,i can t imagine how in a single tower ,you could despict all significant warriors!,but,maybe 3-4 separate towers covering different periods would be the ticket there!,still,as it is, this one looks very good,and the figs are also very well chosen!,i still miss your minifig collection vigs though!,they were so good! good show mr bones!
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  October 20, 2010
Quoting MacLane Mars Great tower Bones, and to they guy bellow me the quote goes-- "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World war IV will be fought with sticks and stones." -Albert Einstein
Thanks, that is one of my favorite quotes.
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  October 19, 2010
Great tower Bones, and to they guy bellow me the quote goes-- "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World war IV will be fought with sticks and stones." -Albert Einstein
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  October 19, 2010
25 stories...now there's a goal! Hahaha! I love this! Good thinking on linking them as a history class rather then a story. Ending with the Neanderthal would have been my top floor. As in the wise words of Einstein: "I don't know what weapons will be used in WW3 but in the war after it, it will be a club!"
  October 19, 2010
What's wrong with 25 stories- is it too fragile...btw you commented E.K.O's Raxus Prime and you said you have no clue what it is... well have you checked out my Raxus Prime... it's Star Wars planet working as junkyard for spaceships and so on.... appears in the game Force Unleashed and in star Wars books, comics and stuff....
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  October 19, 2010
nice job i otta try that Keep On Brickin.~Ford
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  October 19, 2010
Quoting swash buckler Excellent idea... but you should've added spanish conquistador between knight and samurai
Oh...that would have been good. If I had added them all, the bloody thing would have been 25 stories!
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  October 19, 2010
Excellent idea... but you should've added spanish conquistador between knight and samurai
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  October 19, 2010
Quoting forced sim good moc but very very inacurate to actual history. i myself being obsessed with greek and egyption history find this somewhat offensive. the hoplites were NOT spartans. spartans carried swords and shields, while hoplites carried spears and shields. also spartans did not wear armor only helmets and capes. i think you should have added a historicly correct norseman or viking if you don't know what that means. they were a pretty big part of history. also humans did not evolve from homo sapiens that is the scientific name for humans. humans are homo sapiens they did not evolve from them. we evolved from neadrothals which are sort of like monkey men.
Here is a little nugget for you, by the way....stay in school my friend: Infantry was the dominant military arm in ancient Greece, and the Spartan infantry eclipsed all others. A Spartan hoplite (footsoldier) wielded a pike of seven and a half to nine feet in length, which he handled more skillfully than his opponent did his own weapon of lesser stature. He donned a helmet, breastplate, and greaves and carried a short sword at his waist.
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  October 19, 2010
Amazing! i love the detail on each level.
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  October 19, 2010
Quoting forced sim good moc but very very inacurate to actual history. i myself being obsessed with greek and egyption history find this somewhat offensive. the hoplites were NOT spartans. spartans carried swords and shields, while hoplites carried spears and shields. also spartans did not wear armor only helmets and capes. i think you should have added a historicly correct norseman or viking if you don't know what that means. they were a pretty big part of history. also humans did not evolve from homo sapiens that is the scientific name for humans. humans are homo sapiens they did not evolve from them. we evolved from neadrothals which are sort of like monkey men.
Oh thank you SO much! Guess what? I was a history major, I know exactly who we evolved from and it is not neanderthals, also I am aware of the difference between a hoplite and a spartan. This is Lego buddy....time to chill out a bit.
  October 19, 2010
good moc but very very inacurate to actual history. i myself being obsessed with greek and egyption history find this somewhat offensive. the hoplites were NOT spartans. spartans carried swords and shields, while hoplites carried spears and shields. also spartans did not wear armor only helmets and capes. i think you should have added a historicly correct norseman or viking if you don't know what that means. they were a pretty big part of history. also humans did not evolve from homo sapiens that is the scientific name for humans. humans are homo sapiens they did not evolve from them. we evolved from neadrothals which are sort of like monkey men.
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  October 18, 2010
Nice work, man! Love the progression between each level.
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  October 18, 2010
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor Very awesome man!! I was going to ask what happened to the canucks...but then you posted the bit about the Space Marine representing them too, eh. A little surprised you left out Native Americans....but guess you have to draw the line somewhere!
Yes, wanted to add a viking and a sioux warrior, but.....
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  October 18, 2010
Very awesome man!! I was going to ask what happened to the canucks...but then you posted the bit about the Space Marine representing them too, eh. A little surprised you left out Native Americans....but guess you have to draw the line somewhere!
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  October 18, 2010
Thanks everyone, glad you all liked this, now I need to work on the presentation....
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  October 18, 2010
This looks EXACTLY like something I would make.Great job,although,if each one had been seperate it would have been terrible,but altogether it is very cool.-Master N
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Bob The Jedi
  October 16, 2010
Wow!!!
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  October 16, 2010
This was an excellent way to travel through some military history.
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  October 16, 2010
Very Creative! Well done Bones!
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  October 16, 2010
this is great, hehe I see you're into brickarms now :p oh well, it just looks so good, nicely done
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  October 16, 2010
That tower must be very dangerous for villains. Awesome stack of vignettes.
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  October 16, 2010
Very cool, im baffled how you balanced it all.
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  October 16, 2010
Quoting Sushi Rice You are insane.
Well, yes, but that is totaly beside the point
Mister Bones
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ontopovamountain perry
  October 15, 2010
very innovative, and a good idea - Mountain Boy
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Elite Predator Wolf
  October 15, 2010
awesome man!
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Pascal Schmidt
  October 15, 2010
You have got to be kidding. :-)
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  October 15, 2010
You are insane.
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Matthew Novosad Favorite is the Hoplite, and Roman. An excellent little history (and some ficton) lesson. The term Hoplite comes from the round shield they used. It was also an honor to go into battle with a loin cloth, let alone full body armor... Also I love the British, and the Civil War soldier.
Thanks! Yes, the future stuff is fiction, but it could happen.
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  October 15, 2010
Wow Great Build! How Big Is It?
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  October 15, 2010
Favorite is the Hoplite, and Roman. An excellent little history (and some ficton) lesson. The term Hoplite comes from the round shield they used. It was also an honor to go into battle with a loin cloth, let alone full body armor... Also I love the British, and the Civil War soldier.
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  October 15, 2010
Not sure how you can present this as the world is only 2000 years old ;-) Lee.
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting El Barto ! This is great! Reminds me of that show Deadliest Warrior. Surprised you didn't have an Amazon dio! That would be hot, I mean, cool!
HAHAHA, yes, well many were left out because of heighth issues, such as the poor vikings, 2000 era soldiers, etc. The SAS guy is more late 1960's to 1970's.
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Chris Phipson Now that... is awesome! I'm actually surprised you haven't been raked over the coals by the closed minded fans of Lego telling you that the first two didn't exist... Give it time. hehehe Great work man! Glad you overcame the balance issues. And I agree... might be time to start a trend with this concept. ~ Chris.
Gracias mi amigos! Well, there is more than enough FACTUAL evidence the first two did exist, so....yeah. If only I could get the main pics to look better....maybe a bit of photoshop...hmmm
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  October 15, 2010
This is great! Reminds me of that show Deadliest Warrior. Surprised you didn't have an Amazon dio! That would be hot, I mean, cool!
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  October 15, 2010
Now that... is awesome! I'm actually surprised you haven't been raked over the coals by the closed minded fans of Lego telling you that the first two didn't exist... Give it time. hehehe Great work man! Glad you overcame the balance issues. And I agree... might be time to start a trend with this concept. ~ Chris.
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  October 15, 2010
I wonder if tower vigs would be in vogue soon (or has it been?) Great way to present. It surely worked in depicting the evolution of the warrior. Very creative, Bonesy! Samurai warriors rule!
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Mark Kelso What a brilliant concept, Bones. Absolutely love it! Nail down the presentation part of this, and it's a shoe in for TBB!
Cheers Mark! Any tips on how to fix the presentation would be more than welcome, as the tower is still built. (You can e-mail em to me if you have some ideas and a bit of time.)
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  October 15, 2010
What a brilliant concept, Bones. Absolutely love it! Nail down the presentation part of this, and it's a shoe in for TBB!
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Blake Baer From a glance it looks really scrappy but when you focus in you can see the complexity and the smoothness of each level! Beautifully and cleverly done. Kudos on the excellent build.
I agree, the pics of the whole tower look poor, I need to figure that bit out if I do another tall tower.....which I am
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Scott Aldridge Awesome, I love these little progression through time towers you're doing! This one looks very stable. I like how you used many different warriors through time, but it could of been better with some sort of chain-mail wearing warrior such as vikings, and also the medieval knight would rarely carry a shield if they had full plate armour, as does your minifig. :D
Thanks for pointing that out, I corrected that bit of writing.
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  October 15, 2010
Cool idea for a build. It was well executed too! I like your predictions for the future as well.
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  October 15, 2010
From a glance it looks really scrappy but when you focus in you can see the complexity and the smoothness of each level! Beautifully and cleverly done. Kudos on the excellent build.
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Aidan Bryant Wow, now that is a tall tower! How many times, if ever, did it topple over?
Surprisingly, not once. However, the top 4 levels were a challenge becasue the level with the Civil War guy is quite unstable.
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Dennis Price Ambitious and interesting. Why did you leave out the combatants in the Great Cola War of the 1980s? Legions of one-gloved Michael Jackson clones wreaked havoc on the world in the name of Pepsi but it took just one Whitney Houston to win the day for diet coke. Perhaps it was only a dream. More like a nightmare, really.
HAHAHAHAHAHA! That was a nightmare, but at least his hair caught fire in that one ad.....
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  October 15, 2010
Quoting Tom Simon Love all the variety and flavor of all the backgrounds. Two questions though: what do you have against the French; you say we have to buy your book for the class, we can't rent it?
Thanks, but...what? What's this about the French? Oh, I left them out of the confederation....oops, oversight.
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  October 15, 2010
This structure is really defying gravity! The separate MOC's are great to see the history, and the building techniques are great too... Another great one! Greets, Jelle
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  October 15, 2010
Awesome, I love these little progression through time towers you're doing! This one looks very stable. I like how you used many different warriors through time, but it could of been better with some sort of chain-mail wearing warrior such as vikings, and also the medieval knight would rarely carry a shield if they had full plate armour, as does your minifig. :D
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  October 15, 2010
Is it... stable? Awesome from top to bottom... or should that be bottom to top.
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  October 15, 2010
Wow! That is one amazing build, wrapped up in a somewhat seasoned history lesson and flavored with plausible predictions of the (near) future.
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  October 15, 2010
Amazing work Bones! The vigs each have a pretty good history lesson and the sheer size of this is impressive! I made a tower like this before but it is no where near is big as this.
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  October 15, 2010
Awesome
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  October 15, 2010
Well, thanks for this lesson in our history and the things to come in our future. Impressive and nicely detailed build! Size matters, no!? ~Cheers
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  October 15, 2010
Great build!
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  October 15, 2010
Nice idea and an awesome work. 5/5
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  October 15, 2010
Good work!
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  October 15, 2010
I'm looking forward to using one of those m-7 particle blasters. I hear they make short work of preparing moon-cheese salads. Excellent tower and history lesson all in one. I'm pleased you got it to stand so high. We once had warriors here in New Zealand many moons ago too, but lego doesn't make costumes to match them...http://scrapetv.com/News/News%20Pages/Everyone%20Else/images-3/maori-warrior.jpg modern day kiwi warriors are a just a bunch of unsuccessful rugby league players that nobody really cares about...
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  October 15, 2010
Wow, now that is a tall tower! How many times, if ever, did it topple over?
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  October 15, 2010
LOL "We understand one cannot cook bacon on a katana" Favorite line evah!
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  October 15, 2010
Excellent build Mr Bones. But where are all the Viking warriors? :D Still very very nice.
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  October 15, 2010
Wow, 13 levels? I gotta do something like this... Great job sir. But no gladiators? Those guys were better than legionaries in my opinion. ~Waff
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  October 14, 2010
Ambitious and interesting. Why did you leave out the combatants in the Great Cola War of the 1980s? Legions of one-gloved Michael Jackson clones wreaked havoc on the world in the name of Pepsi but it took just one Whitney Houston to win the day for diet coke. Perhaps it was only a dream. More like a nightmare, really.
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  October 14, 2010
Love all the variety and flavor of all the backgrounds. Two questions though: what do you have against the French; you say we have to buy your book for the class, we can't rent it?
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  October 14, 2010
I hope to live to see the Moon War. I will regale my grandchildren with stories of the days when Koreans and Kiwis fought side by side. We melted down our Lego to supply the precious Acrylonitrile Butadine Styrene needed for the moon landers fuel. I regret that I have but 100,000 brick to give to my confederation of countries. (oh, nice MOC)
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  October 14, 2010
EXCELLENT a lot of history, very cool. Is it balanced?
 
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