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Episode 13 (Season Finale): The Throne Room of Kilas Dirth
Freebuild for Lands of Mythron.
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Hey peoples!

The finale for Season 1 is upon us. Enjoy it while it lasts!
(Captions above the pictures)


Thorond was lead by Anatarg into the throne room. Two guards stood on either side, watching Thorond. The room was quite bare, no flags hanging from the walls or designs cut into the age worn stone.




The chamber itself didn’t have anything much to admire at. Except for one thing, which Thorond gazed in awe at.




An old king, grasping a black staff with a white crystal atop it, sat on a glorious throne with blue gems embedded into the arch-like design above it.
Anatarg and Thorond bowed reverently to the king of Galdor.
“My lord Meneldur,” Anatarg began, “Please pardon me for this unexpected intrusion. But I had no choice to wait. I have received news of a great host approaching Kilas Dirth.” at this he looked at Thorond, “This man, Thorond, told us about them and their intentions. I know he speaks truth for I have seen this army and heard their leader speak.”




The king sat motionless, pondering these troubling words.
At last he stood up and slowly descended to stairs of the throne, “What you say is true, for I can see the truth in your eyes, both yours and Thorond’s. Who are these creatures that dare attack us?”




“You’ll have to ask Thorond,” Anatarg replied, “for he has tracked them for many years.”




The king turned to Thorond, “Begin,” said he, “but speak quickly, for we haven’t much time.”
And so Thorond told them of the great and terrible Ashkenaz and what he was after.
The king was silent when Thorond finished. Then he sighed, “This is indeed... evil news.”




“But they shall not catch us unawares, for we shall be ready. Go,” at this he pointed to the guards, who stood nearby, “Prepare the men for battle, and warn the people! Have them taken to the keep.”
“Yes my lord,” the guards said.
“We have very few fighters,” the king said to Thorond, “but we have spirit. We may hold out long...”




Anatarg and the king began talking together about the upcoming battle.
“We have until tonight,” Anatarg said, “which gives us little time in preparing for a siege. Our only hope is to array our defenses...”
Thorond walked away. It was clear they had no need of him anymore.




He stared out over the cliff. The army of Ashkenaz would be here soon, he thought. The king’s men are weak, and unable to fight a great host such as this.
“Pretty hopeless isn’t it, dearie?” A voice said.




Thorond started and grabbed his axe... but it wasn’t there. The man belonging to the voice appeared. He stood on a ledge, with no sign of fear in his eyes. As if everything was normal, “Who are you?” Thorond questioned. He noticed that Anatarg and the king didn’t seem to have heard anything.
The man gave a little shake of his head and smiled, lifting his brows, “Ah, I thought you should know by now?”




The man jumped down and walked into the room, waving his hand. The two Galdoriam continued talking, taking no notice of this newcomer. On the man’s shoulder rested Thorond’s axe, “I’m that one who helped you escape from that loathsome Ashkenaz.”




The magician sat down on the throne, letting out a little contented sigh. Then he wrinkled his nose, “Very musty in here. Ooooh,” he ran his hands on the the throne, “dusty too. They should really get someone to clean up this place.”
“What do you want here, wizard?” Thorond asked.
“Isn’t it plain, dearie? I’m here to help. You see, I know more about this than you think. There is something else coming. Something that may change the outcome of this battle, for better or..." he laughed, "for worse."
“What is it?”




The wizard stood up and laughed, “Haha! I don’t think so. You’re not asking that question.”
“If then you know as much as you say, then you should also know what the outcome in this battle is.”
“I’m afraid not, dearie. You see, revealing the future can be very fatal, and I wouldn’t risk telling you, for fear of something happening to you and your friends, and more importantly, me.”
The man kept talking, all about the perils of fortune telling, but Thorond wasn’t paying attention. All he was watching and thinking about his axe, which kept moving around, first leaning by the throne, then against the wall, then even in Anatarg’s hands!




“So,” said the magician, “here’s your stick.” and he handed over the battle axe, which had suddenly appeared in his hands.




Thorond slowly reached out and took the axe. The wizard straightened himself and gave Thorond a mischievous grin, showing his yellow, crooked teeth.




He then let out a laugh and ran right out the the chamber. Thorond stared after him.
“I must be going, Thorond. Ah, there are just so many people to talk to.”




He stopped and turned to face Thorond, “Ups, almost forgot. Hear this warning. You need to keep both your eyes and ears open. There’s a traitor in your midst.”




Thorond wanted to hear more, but the man jumped over the side of the precipice and disappeared.




Thorond stood in the exact position he had before the man came. It was as if nothing had ever happened. But he knew the fellow had visited. And somewhere.... somewhere a snake lurked in the halls of Kilas Dirth. Someone who knew the schemes of Ashkenaz.




Suddenly, he heard a sound. He leaned over the edge and studied hard, “King Meneldur...”




So, for this MOC I decided not to SNOT the rocks (I was saving all my patience for my BIG project), so don't criticize on it too much, Kai and Halhi. :P But, even though it's not SNOTed, I think it turned out pretty nice.








Some simple designs here, but I'm quite proud of them.






As you can see, everything IS very dreary looking, partially because I didn't know what to do, and also because I was too lazy to try. I noticed that when I took these pics, the arch above the doorway was kinda out of shape. I apologize for that.




And now my pride and joy... the throne, which turned out so beautifully (in my mind)!






A little mosaic on the front. Don't ask what it's supposed to represent, I have no idea.




The throne is made up of two sections: The throne itself, and the little arch thingy behind it. It reminds me of a peacocks tail feathers. It's also my first cool design made by myself.




This proved to be quite a challenge in the beginning. I won't bother explaining in words how to make it, the pictures should speak for themselves. Feel free to use the design!




















Okay, just gonna add a little comment. The stud on the back of the peacock thingy connects to the wall (see next photo).








And the throne connects to the floor.




AUGH! Cover thine eyes!




These 2 designs were some of the ideas I had for the throne. In the end I thought the colors didn't match very well. The first designs was (I thought) made by Grant Davis in his Lothlorien , but then I discovered it was I that had made it... at least I think.




This one was kinda cool, though kinda hard to keep together.




A work in progress shot.




This post is the wizard dude's third appearance on MOCpages. He's in this episode ( The Dwelling of Ashkenaz ) and also in a random build I made ( A Wizard Battle ).


So that's the end of Season 1. I'd like to thank all of you who have followed the adventures of Thorond! Seriously guys. It means lot to me. An even bigger thank you goes to Owslafa Jones , who helped me by editing the story. I am extremely thankful to him for all his work. Owslafa will be taking over for Season 2. So keep a wary eye out for him.

Season 1...
-Photos and story by Professor B.
-Editer was Owlsafa Jones


A sneak peak for Season 2: The Departed! MOC and photo by Owlsafa.




Thanks for looking! C and C are welcome!

Soli Deo Gloria!



Comments

 I like it 
  June 4, 2014
I like it I like it I like it! The throne is pretty awesome all by itself too!
 I made it 
  June 3, 2014
Quoting Andrew the Jedi Ninja Nice! Really cool throne as well.
Thanks Andrew!
 I like it 
  June 3, 2014
Nice! Really cool throne as well.
 I made it 
  June 1, 2014
Quoting J D GREAT!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  June 1, 2014
GREAT!
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting Mate P Sweet work man!
Thanks Mate (pun intended)! :P
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Sweet work man!
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting Owslafa Jones Man, that wizard creeps me out. "Dearie"? :D Great episode!
Haha. Yeah. I actually based him off of Rumpelstiltskin from Once Upon a Time, even his clothes are based off of his. Though, I tried to change my wizard a little bit, but I kinda failed. :P
Quoting Cameron Wilson Great build! I love the throne and the rocks. Great work. Well done! =)
Thanks Wilson!
Quoting David FNJ Definitely digging that throne! Well done! For rockwork it depends on what you're going for. What you did there looks like a pretty natural cliff-side, almost something that may be next to an ocean.
Thanks David! Kinda far from the ocean, though. :P
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Man, that wizard creeps me out. "Dearie"? :D Great episode!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Great build! I love the throne and the rocks. Great work. Well done! =)
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Definitely digging that throne! Well done! For rockwork it depends on what you're going for. What you did there looks like a pretty natural cliff-side, almost something that may be next to an ocean.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga Really nice throne design! Also, the rockwork is rather nice: it conveys a feeling of height quite well, to me.
Thanks! I feel the same way about it too. I wonder if Kai or Halhi will? :P
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Really nice throne design! Also, the rockwork is rather nice: it conveys a feeling of height quite well, to me.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting clayton Marchetti Excellent episode! I can't wait for the battle to start! And to find out who the trader is. I love how you made the throne . I actually love the arch in the doorway too. I think the out of place piece adds charm to the age old stone work. Things shift over time between repairs. Excellent work!
Thanks clayton! Now that you mention it, it does look pretty cool... except for the fact that in the beginning of the episode it wasn't like that. :P
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Brilliant build! I love the throne! Thanks for the step by step too! Very interesting. --Blast--
Thanks! Isn't it?
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens Season one's over already?! No! The wizard is so mysterious, though. Great work on both scenes - the inside and the outside. Compared to some of my hidden spaces, the ”basement” was pretty sharp, too. As - no, more than - usual, I'm looking forward to the next chapter.
Thanks Gilbert! Glad you like the story so much!
 I made it 
  May 29, 2014
Quoting Aranethon . Excellent build! But I find that you are using a LOT of LOTR-originated and actual names. Meneldur was one of the kings of either Gondor or Numenor. Please, for the sake of originality, iron those out a bit.
That's the funny thing. I never have any intention of using LOTR names but it always turns out that way. I always think that I'm making up the names, but then someone tells me I didn't or I find out myself (Couple weeks ago I found out that Thorond is similar to Thorondor, who was someone from Middle Earth, though I can't remember who.). I'll try to do better next time.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Excellent episode! I can't wait for the battle to start! And to find out who the trader is. I love how you made the throne . I actually love the arch in the doorway too. I think the out of place piece adds charm to the age old stone work. Things shift over time between repairs. Excellent work!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Brilliant build! I love the throne! Thanks for the step by step too! Very interesting. --Blast--
 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
Excellent build! But I find that you are using a LOT of LOTR-originated and actual names. Meneldur was one of the kings of either Gondor or Numenor. Please, for the sake of originality, iron those out a bit.
 I like it 
  May 28, 2014
Awesome job! I really like the throne!
 I like it 
  May 28, 2014
Season one's over already?! No! The wizard is so mysterious, though. Great work on both scenes - the inside and the outside. Compared to some of my hidden spaces, the ”basement” was pretty sharp, too. As - no, more than - usual, I'm looking forward to the next chapter.
 I made it 
  May 28, 2014
Quoting Mr. Cab Lovely season finale! Can't wait for season 2!
Hopefully you won't have to wait long. Owslafa said he had already started working on the first episode. Thanks!
Quoting Jake Andrews Awesome work! The throne is simply stunning! It looks great!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  May 28, 2014
Lovely season finale! Can't wait for season 2!
 I like it 
  May 28, 2014
Awesome work! The throne is simply stunning! It looks great!
 
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