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New Bark Town (Pokemon)
New Bark Town (Pokemon): The starting town of the Johto games Gold, Silver, Crystal, Heartgold, Soulsilver
About this creation








I suddenly got the urge to build something more than a Pokemon Center or Pokemart. Sadly, I did not think of Pokemon Gym or Pokemon League in time. I decided I wanted to build a town. Then I had the impossible task of figuring out which town to build. I wanted to do something from Johto, as it is my favorite region. Goldenrod, Olivine, and Ecruteak seemed to hard as of my current ability, Cianwood semmed kind of, well, lame, New Bark Town, being the starting town, seemed like a logical choice to, well, start with.

This time I decided not to do minifigures. Right after I build the first house, which was the one in the southwest part of town, I realized that I would have to choose from making the houses way too tall or not having minifigures. Though it uses the same scale as I previously used, 2x2 spuare equals 1 step, this time it is microscale.

I must at least mention the trees. At first, I built my own trees. Then I chose to use the LEGO trees. I discovered that only the big trees would be too close together on my scale. So, I decided to use a pattern of big tree, small tree, etc., so that no two big trees are adjacent to each other. In places close to houses, though, I had to use only small trees.

Well, I know that there is something I'm forgetting to talk about here, but chances are low that anyones actually going to read this (I sure wouldn't...). But I cannot remember it. Don't you just hate it when you forget what you're going to say?

So, how about some stats?

Total number of parts: 1689
Total cost (U.S.): $375.28
Total number of minifigures: 0
Scale: Microscale
Thickness of base: 2 flats
Width of base: 60 bumps (30 steps)
Length of base: 54 bumps (27 steps)
Area of base: 3240 bumps (810 steps)
Number of trees: 73


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  March 4, 2011
With a little more work, this would look better than actual LEGO. It's like NPU, except it's NMU.
 I like it 
  February 27, 2011
That's the same scale I'm using, but I've got something down that you probably didn't notice...
  February 27, 2011
Haha, maybe I am psychic. Or we could go with that "great minds think alike" idea. But I'd rather have the ability to control minds and move objects and stuff.
 I like it 
  February 27, 2011
3 things: 1.This is pretty good! 2. the Hoenn or Unova regions are my favs. 3. please remove your "DON'T CLICK HERE" link on your homepage. if you do, please join this group: http://mocpages.com/group.php/13360
 I made it 
  February 27, 2011
Quoting Cody G Wow, nice! You should totally build off this in the future and make the entire region, one town/route at a time.
What are you, psychic? That was EXACTLY my plan...
 I like it 
  February 27, 2011
Wow, nice! You should totally build off this in the future and make the entire region, one town/route at a time.
 I made it 
  February 26, 2011
Quoting Sir Killsalot Stick Knight of the Stick Table Will you do the pokemon league or a gym? I would really like to see one.
Sure! I considered doing the Pokemon League several times.
  February 26, 2011
Will you do the pokemon league or a gym? I would really like to see one.
 
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