UPDATE: To clarify my take on the category, as king for a day I would construct the Pillar of Flesh based on the monument from Eternal Darkness. It's up to your imagination to fancy whether it may be in real life or in Lego form :)
I think you'd need to be king for more than one day to build a tower like that... just saying! ;) Still, great build, and i love seeing ppl showing what can be done with raised baseplates - they get a bad rap from some quarters. Kudos! :)
I'm continually amazed by how well you can use a crappy baseplate :D Amazing work as usual. Did you find some way to attach the separate rings of the tower, or are they just held by friction (Or balancing?)
Excellent as usual, Nannan. The tower technique is excellent, of course, and the baseplate actually really works here, well done. My guess is that your stock of black hinge pieces is running pretty low right now! Excellent work!
Some rather dark subject matter, but I suppose that's to be expected if it's from "Eternal Darkness" heh, duh! I'm particularly impressed with the spiral scaffolding. And the use of a Lego "terrain" base-plate actually looks fitting...for once! Great job!
Amazing build with very interesting techniques, but I, like other viewers, do not see the connection between the build and the category... if you could do anything for one day then this is what you would do!?
I don't play the game, so I do not understand the contection of this with the category? But, that certainly is a niftly round tower technique. I cant't resist this... hee, hee, I sure hope it's nifty enough to cover your use of a preformed raised baseplate! NZ using a preformed baseplate... what is the mocing world coming to! :)
I was wondering about the tower building technique, since round objects are always interesting in LEGO, so thank you for posting it. Good use of the large base plate and the wooden path is exactly like it should be.