David . vs. Shawn Gibson
- Civilian Life
What would your character be like if he or she chose a path free of violence, even the tournament kind? Show us the butcher, baker, candlemaker or other professional within!
Zimmerale had always had a special bond with books. He enjoyed reading and learning about history. Instead of advising at a young age he became apprenticed to a historian. Once the historian had passed on Zimmerale inherited his duties and his modest library. He enjoys helping others find the knowledge they seek within his walls. He has some rare books locked up and only allows those he trust read these rare volumes. Also note that Zimmerale staying within the city walls sees none of hardships and questionable deeds the government acts out and thus is still a Mythronian.
Sadly I don't know how active I would be, between LOM and I just joined The Insurgency. I don't want to go too overboard. I would also have to create a new character. But should you start it back up I am still in the group and would be sporadically involved =)
I'll say thanks again here. Not many people give their opponent a compliment like that when they flatten them. :)
On a side note, if I started the War of the Seventh Age group back up, would you continue to build in it? I'm just curious to see how it might do. If people built for it, that is. :)
This was not an easy decision. The only clear advantage of one over the other is presentation. Shawn, your entry was well-lit and well-photographed; David, yours was dim and hard to make out. The blacksmith's workplace did, however, have more greebles, but next time it might be a good idea to let in more light or build something smaller so you don't have to leave so many flat plates exposed or you can detail both sides or your walls (the backs of headlight bricks aren't the best looking parts). Then again, the smithy had some functions such as the lit forge and the vault door that regained some ground. However, Shawn's entry's simpler details were better carried-off, so he gets my vote. Again, it was a hard choice, and I wish both of you the best of luck with the other two judges.