Here is my long in coming next Moc for Lom. Enjoy!
About this creation
I will not bore you with a description of the months we spent in Meids. They were mostly filled with watchings and patrols, throughout
stinking town. It was in late April that news arrived of an event so shameful and terrible that caused our monotonous lives to change. Fletcher and I were on duty. Beside us stood Eli, the Captain of the Guard. I cannot recall where Sir Barth and the others were, but they were most likely having a drink at one of the wretched pubs that permeated the city.
As we stood there, Eli caught sight of a horseman, who dismounting at a post, began running speedily towards the gatehouse.
He quickly approached the door, and began franticly knocking on it.
We looked at the strange man, who was trying to enter the town. The Captain of the Guard yelled to him, "What news from the outside?"
The messenger looked up, an expression of grief written on his face. "The King is Dead!! By the hands of an assassin!"
At this shocking news, we looked at each other, "No!" screamed the captain, who then turned and hurried away to spread the news. This was an outrage! The king killed by a shameless dirty assassin? The kingdom would be thrown into turmoil, and my company must leave to pledge our allegiance to the Prince. I and my comrades would do all we could to have vengeance on this assassin and all others like him!
We were left on guard for another hour, not knowing what to think. The king was slain and, since we were a dispatch from the capital, we would need to return for further orders. However, the town below us was in total chaos, at the news, and we thought it would suit us better to stay put. Just then, a courier from the town keep approached us. "Your company is wanted in the study of Addumus the Mage, He wishes for soldiers to accompany him on his journey to the capital."
Fletcher and I turned at this sally, and I answered, "Show us the way.." The man beckoned with his hand and we followed him away from the battlements. I was curious to meet this Mage, and was relieved that my company would not be alone on it's journey back. For the lands were dangerous, and the way was long...
Bonus Pics!!! Shout out to Stephen Boe on that one… :P
Here you can see the front of the Moc in more detail,..
Sorry about the Picture size, the uploader is acting up… Thanks for viewing! C & C are appreciated!
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Great work! The texturing/color distribution could use a little work, but the architecture is very nice. The ability to adopt and adapt is serving you well; you've been improving very fast lately.