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Ship trilogy
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Prologue:

The military confontation seems to be not that near yet. That's why Paul von Brickenstein decided to travel back home, for recruiting new troops. But it is not enough gold available to pay and arm the soldiers. So he got the idea of becoming a merchant to eran some money with trading.

Fortunately his friend Fangulf owns a little trading fleet. Paul von Brickenstein visits him, to talk about his business plans. After a long talk about the old times and adventures, and of course a bottle of wine, they come to an agreement. The merchant career is goung to start soon...



Chapter 1:

The two friends are heading to the harbour, and Paul von Brickenstein is totally impressed about the merchant ship they are going to travel with. A massive hulk, made out of the unbelievable solid wood of Oaks that have been chopped in the Wandering Woods. Luxuries sails, manufactured in the weaving mills of Dragonsmouth. Completed with fresh painted faction colours on it.

They set sail to the north. A customer in the lands of Garheim is waiting to get his goods. The big deal is just some miles away...



Chapter 2:

A couple of days later Fangulf and Paul are reaching southern Garheim. The signal fire of the small town Thorinstor could be seen from far away. Arriving at the harbor, they start to unload the ship quickly. The Garhim are preparing for war, so they really need the shipped goods. But also Paul von Brickensteins time is valuable, he needs to get to northern Garheim fast, some weapons are waiting to get picked up. Will he be fast enough to come back home, defending Lenfald with his fellows ?









Chapter 3:

Time is running out, so the men are heading to the north under full sail. But in the middle of the icy sea of Garheim it happened. Fangulf missed an iceberg, the ship was colliding with it. The hull bursts, and water is running into the ship rapidly. The pure power of the ice has broken the ship into two parts and it is beginning to sink to the bottom of the sea. Paul von Brickenstein could jump on an ice floe, but Fangulf is nearly drowning in the cold water...









Epilogue:

Fangulf finally could be saved from the cold sea, and after a couple of hours sitting and freezing suddenly a little fisher boat appeared. The friendly Garhim want to help our shipwrecked fellows. They say they are bringing them to the nearest castle: Fort Vharenfell.



(High resolution pictures are available at my flickr photostream)



Comments

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  October 16, 2013
Wow! The details ,the scenes and the water are amazingly done! Very great job! I love it. And the pictures are very nice! :)
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  August 26, 2013
This is brilliant. Good tale and MOC.
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  August 2, 2013
Very nice ship, and excellent story line! 5/5
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  July 23, 2013
Now that is a ship!
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  July 23, 2013
Beautiful stuff! The boat is great and the way you posed your water adds a lot to the model. Excellent work!
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  July 23, 2013
I love your angles! fantastic work!
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  July 15, 2013
Wow! Such incredible detail! How can I describe this? These are the MOCs that I would be able to look at for hours! Such amazing work! The boat sinking is really awesome!
Disco 86
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Dr. Monster
  July 14, 2013
This blows me away! The sideways cheese wedges in the first pic are genius. The graduation of color on the water looks fantastic. Everything is just so pleasing to the eye. I love it!
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  July 14, 2013
Wow! Very, very impressive. You have amazing building (and writing) skills. One question: Would you mind giving me instructions on how to build your circular base? It is amazing. Thanks!
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  July 14, 2013
Wow, awesome work! It really looks like you spent a lot of time on this!
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  July 14, 2013
Another fantastic creation I'm glad to see on MOCpages--brilliant! The shipwreck is fantastic and the ice technique works very well.
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  July 14, 2013
Oh the humanity! Awesome job! The ship wreck looks awesome . I love how you make your bases .
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  July 14, 2013
Really lovely stuff. Very professional. Love the water-tecnique, and small bases to contain it.
  July 14, 2013
Beautiful build/s. All are superb, 10/10 for presentation and 10/10 for the build : )
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  July 14, 2013
Beautiful presentation, and very cool MOCs!
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  July 14, 2013
The shipwreck scene works brilliantly.
 
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