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I am still on vacation, and still building with limited bricks, mainly from the sets Shelob Attacks and The Mines of Moria.This is another MOC starring the Wanderers, first introduced in my last post (found here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/338217).
About this creation

As Prince Grathhemís reign turns uglier and uglier, Wanderers, old and young, find new ways to display their chivalry, honor, and protective force. However, Grathhem has now rewarded his most ruthless followers with the title of ďist.Ē This royal position gives privileges and the power to silence any who even minutely speaks out against the Prince. Now, the Ist of Grum has been sent to retrieve the Cornet of Aedic from a peasant named Talgin. The Cornet of Aedic was rewarded to Talginís family by the kings of old as a token of royal recognition. For years, the horn has been passed down from generation to generation, but now Grathhem yearns for the Cornet to be the crown jewel of his treasure trove. As the Ist of Grum and his men approach Talginís small home, Ohrshipe, a Wanderer known for his lethal swordsmanship, appears on the path before the Istís force. What will ensue?



Here stand Talgin (left) and Ohrshipe (right) fighting the Istís men.


Talginís family watches him defend their homestead. If you are wondering why Mrs. Talgin looks too placid, itís because that was the only female head I brought with me. Sorry.


Talgin clobbers one of the Istful men.


Ohrshipe crosses blades with another of Grathhemís servants.


A bored chicken (above).


Inside Talginís hovel.


Centered above is the Ist of Grum, protected by two of his guards.


The MOC un-figged. My Pictures werenít as good this time, mainly because this MOC was bigger than my last one.


Hidden inside Talginís well is the Cornet of Aedic.


The Ist and his men.


Talginís family and Ohrshipe.

Thanks for viewing! Soli Deo Gloria.



Comments

 I made it 
  March 22, 2013
Quoting A M "Expect more sometime in the future?" That's what I like to hear! Way to go, Mr. Pointner!
If I follow through, expect more this summer. I may make it a tradition to build these on vacation!
  March 21, 2013
"Expect more sometime in the future?" That's what I like to hear! Way to go, Mr. Pointner!
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  January 28, 2013
Ah okay then! I might look into that, it sounds very useful! Thanks for replying, don't worry about the delay! Haha. --Blast--
 I made it 
  January 28, 2013
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Very nicely done! I love the feel of the whole piece. I also have a question about your music. Presumably you don't have a full orchestra at your command so how do you make it? Is there a computer program you use it is it all done with the different instruments on a keyboard? --Blast--
Sorry this took so long! Just read your comment today! I use Sibelius Student 7 (actually recommended by a fellow MOCer on the pages). It is a program that gives you blank bars. All you do is fill them in and hit play. It includes over 200 different sounds and instruments and I would die without it. I used to do my music on a keyboard, but now Sibelius is all that I use. Thanks for your comment!
 I like it 
  January 14, 2013
Awesome MOC and very cool story. The stone wall is my favorite in this build but the fighting poses are quite nice, too.
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  November 2, 2012
Very nicely done! I love the feel of the whole piece. I also have a question about your music. Presumably you don't have a full orchestra at your command so how do you make it? Is there a computer program you use it is it all done with the different instruments on a keyboard? --Blast--
 I made it 
  September 26, 2012
I had built another Wanderer MOC, but I thought the build quality was mediocre, and my computer crashed recently, losing the pictures. However, due to the reception I got from these MOCs, expect more sometime in the future.
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  September 25, 2012
Wow!! One thing that I really adore in MOCs is atmosphere: that feeling you get like you're looking at something really epic, something that makes you want to get up and build. This, and your other Wanderer MOC, do that for me. I think it's the color scheme... or maybe that tree.
  September 5, 2012
Very nice, like minifigs.
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  August 28, 2012
Wow, great scene, no matter the fact thet you had limited supply of bricks you still managed to pull off a great job!
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  August 28, 2012
Excellent job for limited parts! Blogged on BrickEnd: http://brickend.blogspot.com/2012/08/protection-by-max-pointner.html
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  August 27, 2012
Wow Max! Even while on vacation you manage to bring out the most and best with Legos. Love the figs and the horn is great.
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  August 26, 2012
Great detailing!
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  August 26, 2012
great job! love the women's skirt!
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  August 26, 2012
What do you mean: "pictures aren't as good." They are just as good if not better than your other ones. And nice job with limited parts. Great vig!
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  August 26, 2012
Excellent job!
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  August 26, 2012
You bring your bricks along on vacation? Wow. Anyway, cool creation, and the story is interesting too.
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  August 26, 2012
Superb, the colouration and texturing is top-notch!
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  August 26, 2012
Beautiful little creation! I love the chicken and the tree, and there are some interesting expressions going on there!
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  August 26, 2012
Really impressive for your limited parts! I can't wait to see what you come up with with your whole collection!
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  August 26, 2012
That's a very nice build with limited bricks! I like the way you have composed the fight scenes!
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  August 26, 2012
Great MOC. I like the minifigs, the woman is perhaps a bit too happy but other than that they're awesome. Also very interesting tree, it looks very organic!
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  August 26, 2012
This is a very well done little vig, Mac! And with a limited amount of pieces?! Amazing!
Max Pointner
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  August 25, 2012
Wow, Max! This is great! Love it! ;)
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  August 25, 2012
great job!!! is this a book you are reading? or are you just making this up?
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  August 25, 2012
Excellent quality figs and build. I love it.
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  August 25, 2012
That chicken might be bored, but he sure is debonair... looks like he is in a tux... hee, hee! Limited bricks! Nice! :)
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  August 25, 2012
Nice job! I like the details and the minifigs.
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  August 25, 2012
I love how even though you have a very limited amount of bricks you're still able to make amazing moc's like this.
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  August 25, 2012
Lovely work, the figures are great and the design of the house is wonderful
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  August 25, 2012
The LoTR pieces certainly give a nice aesthetic. The scene is engaging. The well and the house are well done. I love that horn!
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  August 25, 2012
Love it Max! I am amazed that you are not even using all of your legos (which is quite a lot! :D). The guys are great! I couldn't believe that you brought Legos with you on your vacation! If I did that, I would lose pieces! Hopefully, you won't. Have a great vacation Max! -Matthew-
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  August 25, 2012
Neat techniques all over. Great MOC!
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  August 25, 2012
I'm too lazy to edit my 1st comment again. Perhaps Mrs. Talgin looks so calm, because the Isties are fighting a Wanderer (a.k.a committing suicide). Great tree design, and I like the angle of the fence too. Say, have you checked your email recently? You might want to do that, no reason.
 I like it 
  August 25, 2012
Love the bored chicken!!! Max this is an absolutely fantastic build! You're really making do! Good, good job! You've almost inspired me to start dabbling in Castle. Your pictures are fine.
 
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