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About this creation
A 2013 MocAthalon entry for Team Theocracy
16 or fewer parts.


A lot can be expressed with just a few pieces. Create a moc that uses 16 or fewer pieces! Include a picture of the pieces you used. Show your NPU!




MOC by Lego Builder Senior



Comments

 I like it 
  March 31, 2013
Love that boat.
 I like it 
  March 26, 2013
Brilliant moc and piece selection. Can you not just repost without the figure?
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  March 25, 2013
Sorry mate, rules bite. 0 points. ~Thoy
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  March 22, 2013
ravishingly beautiful!
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  March 21, 2013
How did I miss this little gem ? So simple, so inventive, so good.
 I made it 
  March 19, 2013
Quoting Chris Phipson Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. It was discussed and voted on in the judges group and a minifig will be counted as 3 parts. Really sorry man, thanks for understanding. If you have any further questions about this please feel free to bring them forward. ~ Chris.
Thanks for bringing it up for me. I appreciate your time and effort. -LB Senior
  March 19, 2013
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. It was discussed and voted on in the judges group and a minifig will be counted as 3 parts. Really sorry man, thanks for understanding. If you have any further questions about this please feel free to bring them forward. ~ Chris.
 I like it 
  March 15, 2013
The piece usage is insane. Sorry about your scores. :/
  March 14, 2013
Arg, that stinks. 0
  March 14, 2013
Score = 0
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  March 14, 2013
While the minifig is indeed counted as one part for this purpose, the blue dome piece is two parts bringing your total to 17 pieces. Sorry dude, 0 points. ~ Chris.
 I like it 
  March 13, 2013
Sorry dude... 0 points.
  March 12, 2013
0 points. You used too many parts.
 I like it 
  March 12, 2013
Sweet!
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  March 12, 2013
Haha! Very nice job! It is cool how much you can so with a few parts. Is the cheese slope on the boat held on by anything? Or is it loose?
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  March 12, 2013
cool. really cool
 I like it 
  March 12, 2013
very nice
  March 12, 2013
Unfortunately, Mclegoboy is right. A minifig counts as three parts without a hat/hair. Love the entry though. :3
 I like it 
  March 11, 2013
Great idea LB! I never would have come up with that one. I just love that ship design. Two thumbs up!
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  March 11, 2013
I'm not sure the whole minifigure counts as a piece, unless you asked. I remember seeing something asking about minifigure parts, and the answer was, if you take the part and use it as it comes from Lego, it counts as one piece but single componnents such as hands and hips and such are single pieces if not in the confguration from Lego. So Legs and Torsos are one piece as long as they are all together. By this understanding, you have two extra pieces.
 I like it 
  March 11, 2013
Great part usage and build!
 
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