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Team 5 Easy Pieces in Classic Literature
About this creation
Such was the fate of Fortunato who was immured alive by his vengeful friend Montresor.

From The Cask of Amontillado

2011 MocAthalon
5 Easy Pieces










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  November 4, 2011
My english teacher would love this
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  September 16, 2011
Wonderful! may I ask where you got the heads from?
  April 19, 2011
omg lol i have a minifig called fortunato
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  March 30, 2011
Love it, The Cask of Amontillado is a great story. Fortunato is a dumbass.
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  March 29, 2011
Great job, very nice Lego Poe! -M1
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  March 14, 2011
I love it great Lego interpretation of one of Poes classics. Whered the tan skeletons come from?
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  March 10, 2011
Very nice detail work in this. The Cask of Amontillado is a good short story by Poe too.
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  March 9, 2011
That rat piece is from the old lego kingdoms. Anyway, awesome creation!!!!!
Nannan Z.
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karsten Rees
  March 8, 2011
how did you come by the rat piece?
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  March 7, 2011
ive read read this before exactly how i pictured it
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  March 7, 2011
A cask of amontillado for this one!
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  March 7, 2011
Wow. I love Poe and I love this build, is it worth a perfect score? Yup. Your score = 5
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  March 7, 2011
We just read this story in english class! I could guess what the scene was just by the picture. Exactly how I pictured it in my head. Nice Work!
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  March 7, 2011
Excellent work!
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  March 6, 2011
a WONDERFUL piece! love the standing rat and the upsidedown skeleton! GREAT DETAIL!
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  March 6, 2011
Very nice, Nannan.
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  March 5, 2011
Ha, Ha, Just read this about a month ago. A couple differences between this and the story. Still good nonetheless. Poe would be proud.
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  March 5, 2011
um... interesting?
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  March 5, 2011
This is a fantastic scene! Perfect minifig for the scene too!
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  March 5, 2011
The rubble is great!
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  March 5, 2011
In pace requiescat!
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  March 5, 2011
Cool! Very awesome!! Check out my page later!
  March 5, 2011
Score = 5
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  March 5, 2011
Haunting... 5 points.
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  March 5, 2011
I expected nothing less from a master such as yourself. Well played.~H
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  March 5, 2011
Another Poe, very nice. Not using white skeletons was a brilliant idea and I love the watching rat.
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  March 5, 2011
Aw...he looks so sad. Cool build!
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  March 5, 2011
Weirdly cool! Well built!
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  March 4, 2011
I just sat here and stared at it for a bit... umm, yeah. 5 points! ~ Chris.
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  March 4, 2011
I remember this scene well - perfectly captured.
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  March 4, 2011
hey! i read this book. good detail and cool topic choice.
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  March 4, 2011
Wow, excellently portrayed.
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  March 4, 2011
Ah classic literature. You know, my little brother doesn't even know who Edgar Allen Poe is. Tis sad, but this MOC is not! Fantastic work as always! ^Blub^
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  March 4, 2011
The Cask of Amontillado, I read it in 6th grade, loved it. your representation is slightly different than the short movie version which I've come acostomed to.Try looking it up on youtube, it's a bit old but still good.
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  March 4, 2011
Awesome work! Brilliant use of those tan Ninjago Skeletons :D Good Luck ;)
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  March 4, 2011
Beautiful representation of a classic high school short story. -Sam
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  March 4, 2011
Amazing build!
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  March 4, 2011
While the build seems simple in terms of Nannan standards (my personal opinion BTW), it's the imagery and accuracy of the MOC that pops out. >> 5 points <<
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  March 4, 2011
Love the yellowed skeletons! 4/5.
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  March 4, 2011
"By the last breath of the four winds that blow, I'll have revenge upon Fortunato, smile in his face I'll say 'come let us go,' I've a cask of Amontillado." I love this song, story, and MOC.
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  March 4, 2011
very cool!
 
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