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LCC GC2 Entry
Built for the LCC's second global challenge. Please comment, rate, and most importantly enjoy.
About this creation
When Slikver heard about the kings quest for the sword of King Karlamac, he knew he had to undertake this quest! An adventurer at heart, Slikver wanted to get started imediatly but he did not have a clue where the sword could be. Hoping to discover more information about the sword and its possible locations Slikver went to Ayleth castle's vast library to begin looking for clues as to where this wonderful sword could be located. After consulting with the librarian-monk Philbert, SLikver decided he knew where the sword was to be found.



The sword of King Karlamac rested in a stone deep in a cave under the Dagger Stones mountain range. The sword sat in a rock on a small island surrounded by calm water. But when Slikver approached, some old magic sprang to life in the cave as water and wind began to swirl around the sword. The vortex cirlcing the sword sprayed and splashed Slikver but did not harm him when he retreived the sword. Slikver left the cave not knowing whether the display was caused by the imense power of the sword itself or if it was a simple enchantment left by Duke Wirklich to scare away thieves. Either way Slikver left and began to make his way home, astounded by the magic he had just seen.

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Comments

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  October 24, 2013
I love that spiral in the water, great job
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  September 23, 2012
That swirl is awesome! Nicely done.
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  September 5, 2012
I love that swirl that you've put around the sword, It's amazingly designed. The cave is nicely done as well.
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  August 21, 2012
Great brick-work!
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  July 27, 2012
Spectacular job Max! The water effect is marvelous, and the story seems very promising. Right now, joining the LCC is on top of my list of «things to do when I retire or get fired» :D Keep up the awesome work!
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  July 25, 2012
Awesome job!
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  July 24, 2012
The lighting and texture in the sword scene is top notch. ~Dave
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  July 23, 2012
Cool Moc! I love the swirling water design!!!!
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  July 23, 2012
Nicely done! :)
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  July 23, 2012
The water is excellent! I like the two tone color, it really gives it more depth. nice bookcase too.
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  July 22, 2012
Nicely done, the water looks great. The swirl of colour really makes it work.
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  July 22, 2012
this is awesome! i love the swirling wave great job!
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  July 22, 2012
Okay... here's the 'comment' stating that I have 'rated' and I am certainly 'enjoying'! :)
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  July 22, 2012
wow this is a really epic build!!!5/5
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  July 22, 2012
Those are two awesome little dioramas. Love the bookshelves. Nice work!
 
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