A freebuild for the Lands of Mythron. In this build Destrian is heading to Reedus, the capital of Mythron to find information about his framing. If you don't know about Destrian's framing, I suggest you read about it in my character intro first. Enjoy!
About this creation
Destrian looked out over the hill out the capital city of Mytnron, Reedus. It was the city where he had been framed, the city where Mythron's trust towards him had been destroyed.
After heading down the hill and heading through the front gate, Destrian stood in front of a small courtyard.
A Mythronian commander walked down one of the pathways.
A couple Mythronian gaurds stood watch as a few civilians walked by. (The dress technique on the woman is by Ian Spacek)
A shopkeeper is waiting for a customer.
A man stood on a curved balcony on top of a small pile of rocks. He seemed to be waiting for someone.
Destrian immediately rushed to him. He headed up a flight of stone stairs (not picured or built) and the man turned to face him.
"Hello, Destrian." The man said.
"We don't have time to for chat, Colman." Destrian replied, "I'm here to find information, about my framing."
"Ah yes. Well I can't give you any, why are you here then,"
"I didn't want information from you. That I will find myself." Destrian said. "Right now I wanted to ask you if you can give me a place to stay during my time here."
"Oh of course, I will! Anything for an old friend. You'll be staying at my house, of course! Why would you want to stay at those dusty old inns with those eccentric little people?"
"The inns here are quite nice."
"Well compared to my house, they're not very good."
"Well, thanks anyway." I'll gather my belongings and get to your place."
The end! Now more shots of the build.
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Your welcome for introducing you to that tree! No need to thank me. Haha! Now, onto this great build! The tree looks great, the pathway looks awesome, and that tower-thing looks epic! I really like your choice of techniques to use, they work together very well here. Great job!