Built for Loreos' Local Challenge Three, in the LCC project on Classic-Castle.
About this creation
A band of outlaws from the southern lands are sailing up Roawia's eastern coast in multiple light, swift vessels to raid the people of Loreos. This particular band are commonly known as the Grimson Skull, and are made up of Orks, Trolls, fell men and various outcast creatures, rejected by the three provinces. Here we see them launching a surprise attack on the small fortified post of Bardurk, Where the Loreesi soldiers rush to the beach to fight the outlaws in hand-to-hand combat. After all, Captain Lancorv, commander in charge of Bardurk, doesn't believe in firing arrows from the safety of his fortification's walls, he fights, as he puts it, "like a true Loreesi".
On the left, we see captain Lancorv himself, fighting alongside Drahl the wanderer, who apparently has been staying at Bardurk.
Fred's on guard duty. No wonder they caught us by surprise.
This is what I've been working on over the last five days. Oh yeah, I love the freedom of the holidays :). This is also my first time taking pictures outside with no backdrop, so you get to see my deck and lawn and bush :)
Still one of the best castle MOCs I've ever seen. The simplicity of the architecture is awesome and fits great with the wholesome, raw feel of the green plains. And your rockwork never ceases to amaze. Fine, fine work.
Wow, this is some really creative work. You have taken some basic castle themes and really expanded upon them. I really liked the river running down the middle as well as the cliff detail and the parapets and such. Well done. I enjoyed looking at this one.
Nice build, I really like the bridge, adn the rocks around the cleft in the wall. Ah, typical loreesi, they have a big wall, and they just rush out and fight in the open...then again, I'd probably have criticized them for hiding behind a wall, if the weren't out there... For Garheim!
Your rockwork is incredible. The water isn't bad, but it could be better. Also, I must say that your waterfall is too flat. Sorry, but I can't help noticing. I love the cobbles in the city street, and your rockwork is incredible! Oops, I said that already...