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Episode 6: The Dwelling of Ashkenaz
Freebuild, with the help of Owlsafa Jones. This is the dwelling of Ashkenaz, leader of the Onrr lato. This is my biggest build ever and I really like how it turned out! I built it a long time ago, but I never posted it. Anyway, enjoy!
About this creation
Intro
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
Episode 10
Episode 11
Episode 12
Episode 13


The master stared out over the walls. Valmork, Gleeber, Revin, and Thorond approached him.




“Master,” Valmork said, walking up to him, “Gleeber has returned and he brings
you gifts. Here is the great and mighty Makorsh.”




The master turned to face them, “Makorsh, what a surprise! I bet you didn’t think you’d be here. You Rainosians can’t take a hint.” He smiled wickedly.




Thorond stood stone still, and stared deep into his eyes. Revin stared at him with questioning eyes.




The master turned to Valmork, “Valmork, leave us. Everyone else, you may go too. Take Revin to the dungeon to wait for his friend.”




As soon as they were gone, the master lead Thorond to the edge of the walls, “Come now Thorond,” he said, “Did you really think that you could kill me? Why follow me for so long only to be beaten in the end?




Thorond spun around and stood a few inches from the master, “Because of what you’ve done, Ashkenaz!” he said menacingly, “I would rather spend a lifetime following you, than to live my life knowing that I could have had revenge for the sacking of my village!”




And as he said these words, Thorond whacked Ashkenaz in the forehead with the front of his helmet. Ashkenaz tumbled down, dropping one of his daggers.




With hands bound, Thorond jumped, twisted, and caught the knife as it flew in the air. As he did so, a soldier ran towards him.




The soldier swung his giant blade. Thorond turned his wrists and the sword broke his chains.




Ashkenaz, recovering swiftly, charged at Thorond, grabbing another dagger. Thorond kicked the soldier to the ground and blocked Ashkenaz’s blow.




An arrow hit the ground next to Thorond and Ashkenaz. They both looked up. An archer had an arrow fitted to his bow, ready to shoot. Thorond angrily dropped his blade.




As Valmork and a guard rushed in, Ashkenaz laughed, “Fool! You thought you could outsmart me? Take him to the dungeons!”




Thorond was then guided through the arch and towards the dungeon. A guard opened the hatch and Thorond was lead down with Ashkenaz still shouting out at him.




The guard kicked Thorond down the stairs where he landed on the hard ground with a thud. Revin sat to one side.




After he got up, he looked over at Revin, “I’m sorry about this. I should not have let you come.”
“Sorry?” Revin retorted, “Here I am, following someone I can call friend, talking together, tracking together, never once thinking that my friend could be my people’s greatest enemies! You think that a little word like that is good enough?”




“You’re quite right young man.” A voice said. Thorond and Revin turned to face an old man leaning against the wall.
“He wasn’t there before!” Revin said, backing away.




“No indeed Sir Revin of Mythron,” said the voice again. He stood beside them, seeming to them stronger and wiser. They jumped as he appeared in front of them.
“How do you know my name?”




“I know about a lot of people Revin,” he said, pushing through the two, “Thorond of Rainos not least.” At the mention of Rainos, Revin gritted his teeth.




Thorond looked into the mans eyes, “Who are you?”
“Ask not now Thorond! For it will be revealed to you ere long. But come! You must leave here! An army of Orzuscs are on there way here!” Revin suddenly thought of Nodar, “They will destroy all things. You two must to leave here and head to the fortress of the Galdoriam before Ashkenaz does.”




“The fountain,” the man motioned behind the stairs, “will take you out of here. Stick together, and you will make it through.”
“How could a fountain get us out of here?”
“By magic!” The man answered.”




“Wait,” Revin said, still bewildered, “how much time do we have? We don’t have our weapons!” Suddenly, the walls started to shake, and voices from above could be heard, shouting out orders.
“Not much,” the man answered, “a minute at the most. Here.”




In an instant, their weapons appeared in front of them.“How did you do that?” Revin asked.
“I’m powerful.” He answered, and disappeared.




“Come!” Thorond ordered, as he picked up his axe, “We must leave here. Our argument can be resolved later!” Revin picked up his weapons and followed Thorond into the fountain.




As they traveled through the water, they caught glimpses of the Onrr lato running to the walls, Ashkenaz shouting orders, and arrows flying.








And then there was the other enemy. The Orzusc Orcs, charging past a warrior on a grey warg.




He carried a great mace wrought of black steel and wore a breastplate of iron.




And then they spotted him. Olarg the Great. He was shouting out to the castle, but Thorond and Revin could not hear. Then there was darkness.






Here are some extra pictures of the castle.















I put smooth pieces onto part of the wall so I could take the floor off.








I really like the staircase that leads to the gates.






Lots of rocks!








A couple plants.



Thanks for looking! Please rate and comment!

Soli Deo Gloria!



Comments

 I like it 
  December 26, 2013
It kind of looks like Helm's Deep.
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  December 26, 2013
GREAT JOB!!!
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  December 25, 2013
@Professor: Great build! Turned out better than I imagined in my head! @Master Despathens: What prejudice??
 I made it 
  December 25, 2013
Quoting Caleb R. Excellent build! I didn't have time to read the story (yet), but the build was great! Crisp photos, and fantastic action as well! Great work :)
Thanks Caleb!
 I like it 
  December 25, 2013
Excellent build! I didn't have time to read the story (yet), but the build was great! Crisp photos, and fantastic action as well! Great work :)
 I made it 
  December 24, 2013
Quoting Gilbert Despathens That's impressive. I'm amazed that you built a castle of that size that could fit all of your scenes without suffering in style. Good luck on your escape, and tell Owlslafa to stop being so prejudiced!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  December 24, 2013
Very nice castle and dungeon scenes!
 I like it 
  December 24, 2013
That's impressive. I'm amazed that you built a castle of that size that could fit all of your scenes without suffering in style. Good luck on your escape, and tell Owlslafa to stop being so prejudiced!
 
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