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LoM Episode 10: An Unexpected Encounter
A Freebuild, with some help from Owlsafa Jones.
About this creation
Hey everybody!
Well, (personally) I think this is my best LoM creation yet (Yeah, I know, I say that a lot!) But, I just love this one so much.
Now, I really don't know what's wrong with the camera that I used. They looked fine on the camera and then I put them on the computer... FUZZY! But anyhow, the message is still sent... hopefully. :P

Intro
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
Episode 11
Episode 12
Episode 13


He was close, Thorond thought. In front of him stood an ancient watchtower.




Thorond stood still for a moment. Something wasn’t right. It was too quiet. Something... or someone... was watching him.




He looked around him... nothing moved.




The old man took a deep breath, and walked up the old, weatherbeaten stairs.




He reached the top and looked up at the tower. Still there was no sound. His right hand grasped his battle axe even tighter.




Suddenly, and without warning, two men clad in green cloaks appeared in front of him, their bows drawn. Thorond stepped back in surprise.




A third man approached Thorond, “You! Old man, what are you doing in this part of the world, now so dark and evil?”
“Pardon me, good sir,” Thorond replied. He could tell that these men were no ordinary men. Though they wore green, he could tell that they were no Nerogueians. They must be Galdoriam. But Thorond decided to keep that to himself, “I have been tracking down a group of Outlaws known as the Onrr lato and I believe that they are slowly working their way here.”
“We have heard rumors of something like this, but so great a claim will have to be established. How do I know I can trust you? What are you really here for?” His eyes searched through Thorond.
“I am in search of the Galdoriam,” Thorond said confidently, “I must speak with their leader. They are in great danger... you are in great danger.” Thorond now knew who these men were.
“So you know of us then, sir?” Then, rather abruptly, said, “Shoot him.” One of the archers aimed...




Suddenly the ground trembled. The two archers lowered their bows and said, “What is it captain?” Then, looking at Thorond, said, “What is this?”
Thorond’s eyes widened. Too late! He thought, they are already here, “They are the Onrr lato I spoke of.”
“You brought them here!” One of the archers said.
“Come,” said the captain, “We must hide. QUICK!”




The four of them climbed into the tower. And none too soon. For at once a large army came charging through the path.




Thorond and the captain looked over the top of the tower. Thorond gritted his teeth.




For down below him a man jumped onto a rock and started shouting, “Now then! None of that! Hold your tongues!”




The man kept talking, “We are but 5 miles from the gates.” The army started shouting, “Now then! NOW THEN!” The man on the rock shouted. Everyone grew silent.




“This is a serious business!” Then he laughed cruelly, “We go to war! Valmork! Take your men and march behind mine. And you Mathluc, take yours and guard our back.”




As Ashkenaz kept on talking, the captain began to think. This old man beside him was right, he thought.




“Take any booty you can find!” Ashkenaz said, “But remember, the Aralorkem gem is mine!”




The army lifted up their weapons and shouted battle cries, and Ashkenaz laughed.




“Come now, my men!” Said he, “We must reach the city before dark! Forward!” The men cried again and ran off towards the city.




The Galdoriam and Thorond climbed out of the tower. The two archers stood and watched.
“We must reach the gate before them.” The captain said to Thorond.
“We?” Thorond said, rather surprised.
“Yes, we. You know about these outlaws better than I. You can tell me more about them as we go along. But, I warn you! I’ll have an archer watching your every move!”
“Trust me,” Thorond said, “Don’t trouble yourself about that.”




The captain looked at the two archers, “Come hither you two.”




"Kalmor, follow the lato Onrr...” He paused. Then said, “Ar! The Onrr lato and... no. Go and find the secret one. He will be able to help us. Bruigal, follow me.”
"Yes captain.”




They split up. The captain, Thorond, and Bruigal in one direction, and Kalmor the other way.
As they went, the captain said to Thorond, “What’s your name, sir?”
“Thorond, captain.” At the mention of ‘captain’, the man smiled.
“Well, Thorond,” said he, “my name is Anatarg.”




Some extra pictures of the build. See what I mean? They're fuzzy!


















Favorite part is most likely the stairs. I found this technique in Andrew the Jedi Ninja 's phenomenal entry for the MELO: MELO R3: Andrew the Jedi NInja vs. J-rod Smith .














Thanks for looking! C and C are welcome!

Soli Deo Gloria!



Comments

 I like it 
  April 1, 2014
Very nice.
 I made it 
  March 31, 2014
Quoting David FNJ Again, great rocks! Nice curved stairs as well! Keep up the great work!
Thanks! Hopefully my next episode will be out soon. I'm just waiting for my camera to arrive so I can take better pictures. It's so exciting!! :P
 I like it 
  March 31, 2014
Again, great rocks! Nice curved stairs as well! Keep up the great work!
 I made it 
  March 20, 2014
Thanks everybody! This is the first time I've ever reached 20 likes!
 I like it 
  March 20, 2014
Nice MOC and story.
 I like it 
  March 19, 2014
Great work!
 I made it 
  March 19, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode Your rocks are stunning. Such great color choices, too. My only super super picky comment would be to decrease the amount of conflicting angles in your rockwork. I find that it's a little too unnatural. That said, don't make them completely smooth because that isn't appealing, either. Nicely done Professor!
I see what you mean. I'll try to look out for that! Thanks for that super super picky comment! :P
 I like it 
  March 19, 2014
Your rocks are stunning. Such great color choices, too. My only super super picky comment would be to decrease the amount of conflicting angles in your rockwork. I find that it's a little too unnatural. That said, don't make them completely smooth because that isn't appealing, either. Nicely done Professor!
 I made it 
  March 18, 2014
Quoting Owslafa Jones I wonder if you could add some effect to the pictures to make it look like they're blurry on purpose. Hopefully you can get your hands on a better camera soon, but if not, some effects like sepia, b&w, or just faded around the edges might be worth looking into. Still, the build is what matters most, and you aced it like usual!
Well then, I try to remember to look into that. :P Thanks!
 I like it 
  March 18, 2014
I wonder if you could add some effect to the pictures to make it look like they're blurry on purpose. Hopefully you can get your hands on a better camera soon, but if not, some effects like sepia, b&w, or just faded around the edges might be worth looking into. Still, the build is what matters most, and you aced it like usual!
 I made it 
  March 18, 2014
Quoting Adam Brunsting I think I. Know why your pictures are fuzzy: Are you shooting larger shots (not close-ups) with macro zoom? This causes fuzzy pictures for me.
I do not. I usually take pictures on my sister's iphone, but this time I used my older brother's iphone, and, though they have the same kind, my sister's one is better. But her's wasn't working, so I had to use my brother's. I'm saving up money for my own camera, but I don't know how long it will take. :(
  March 18, 2014
I think I. Know why your pictures are fuzzy: Are you shooting larger shots (not close-ups) with macro zoom? This causes fuzzy pictures for me.
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Amazing!
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
@Professor B: The Outlaws are my faction! Of course I hope they win. :P Or, at least, that the victory of the other guys is costly. :P But, in all seriousness, I doubt they will. Can't wait for the next episode!
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Nice work.
 I made it 
  March 17, 2014
Quoting Adam Brunsting Wow. One of my favorites from you. I really like the 'porch' idea, and the tower and stairs are well done. My only dislike is the colors of the terrain are a bit cluttered and random.
Thanks! Yeah, I see what you mean. Probably a little less light grey and brown. I'll keep that in mind mate! :D
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Wow. One of my favorites from you. I really like the 'porch' idea, and the tower and stairs are well done. My only dislike is the colors of the terrain are a bit cluttered and random.
 I made it 
  March 17, 2014
Quoting Shawn Gibson Well done :) I like the overall feel to it :)
Thanks Shawn!
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Well done :) I like the overall feel to it :)
 I made it 
  March 17, 2014
Quoting Mr. Cab Love it! Although I hope the outlaws win. :P
Hahaha... Seriously? :P
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Love it! Although I hope the outlaws win. :P
 I made it 
  March 17, 2014
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
Wow, this is nice!
 I like it 
  March 17, 2014
THIS is your best LOM build by far! I love the tower and the rock work and the story was phenomenal to! How did you make the tower circular?
 I like it 
  March 16, 2014
Awesome build! Like the rockwork especially.
 
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