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LOM UC: Trouble by the Inn
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The Cast
Filberth: Darden's loyal and friendly brother
Darden: Filberth's mysterious and missing brother
Inigo: Former outlaw, formerly aimed to kill Darden






Filberth ambled through the short grasses of the northern mountains, the cold wind biting his face, as he wondered about Darden.

His brother had left him for reasons unknown many months ago. For half a year, Filberth had been tracking Darden north. Now, Filberth neared outlaw towns located in the mountainous region. He had to be cautious, else the outlaws might ambush him.

As Filberth pored over the damp ground that lay in front of him, he noticed that the faint footprints he had been following had disappeared. Worrying that he had gone off course, he frantically backtracked and discovered what had caused him to lose them. The tracks turned sharply off to the right before getting confused in a mess of tracks.




A multitude of dark ravens flew, squawking harshly and forebodingly overhead, distracting Filberth's firm attention. The noise, combined with his confusion over the footprints, disturbed him. Beginning to panic in his fear and worry, Filberth spun around like a madman, noticing even more footsteps coming from other directions.

Darden was not alone. Filberth's brother had been found, and not by the right man.

* * *






Reghof had left Inigo several weeks ago. Inigo knew that Reghof was needed by the citizens of Meids, whom he was protecting, but all the same, Inigo needed a companion. All his life, he had traveled with someone else: formerly, members of the band of outlaws he belonged to; now, Reghof. Reghof was a friend to Inigo, and Inigo missed him.

The day before Reghof had left to sneak aboard a Rainosian ship, Inigo had forever changed his life. He chose to join Mythron.

After seeing the mass murders planned by his former friends, he had wanted to remove any possible connection to them. Part of that, he figured, was leaving the Outlaws.

Inigo had strong reason to believe that the man who killed his father was not really Darden. Darden was in danger, though. Clearly, someone - Inigo's father's true murderer - had wanted Darden dead, and since Inigo would no longer do the task, Darden - and Inigo - were in danger.

Filberth had no knowledge of Darden's danger. Inigo figured he'd have suspicions, but without knowing Inigo's story, he could not fully understand Darden's precarious situation. Inigo had to help Filberth find Darden before it was too late.

* * *




A small, dark cave was hidden in the shadow of the foreboding rock wall in front of Filberth. That was his best bet as to the location of his target - Darden couldn't be far away, and the cave seemed a reasonable hiding place, however ominous it may be.




As Filberth walked briskly over the rocky ground toward the cavern, he stepped in a small puddle. He looked down, thinking little of it and expecting it to be water or mud.




Lying in a patch of dirt on the harsh ground was the unmistakable dark red hue of fresh blood.

* * *






Inigo walked through the short grasses, paying close attention to his surroundings. It would require keen senses to find Darden and Filberth, especially if they didn't want to be found.

Fortunately, he had practice with tracking after having been an outlaw for so many years. As such, he noticed a faint din of scurrying footsteps in the distance. He stopped to listen more closely, expecting to hear Filberth or Darden.

As he listened, he found that he was half right: there were footsteps.

But they belonged to many people, not just one or two.

* * *





Filberth's pace quickened as he stepped into the cave, entering the stagnant realm of darkness. If Darden was alive, it was a loose tie to life. The pool of blood on the ground was large; nobody could lose that much blood and live without help.

The air was cold and stale with an almost unnatural silence, as if the cavern itself was holding its breath.




And then Filberth saw it. The frigid air at once seem to pierce his skin, permeating every inch of his body and closing in a fist around his heart as he looked upon the unmoving shape lying in the corner. It was the dead body of Darden.

* * *






Inigo cautiously climbed down the steep rock wall beside the waterfall. Beside the waterfall, he saw a cave. If nothing else, he figured, it would be a good place to hide and rest.




But he was not the first to have found the cave. As he stepped in, he was greeted by the suspicious gaze of a troubled-looking Mythronian.

Filberth stared. "Who are you?"




"My name is Inigo. I believe you are Filberth, if I recall Reghof's description of the man? You look exactly as I'd imagined."

Filberth nodded.

"I've been searching for you and Darden on Reghof's behalf. Clearly I've found the former, but is Darden here?"

Filberth paused. Inigo, sensing the man's hesitance, immediately realized what had happened. Filberth finally formed the words to answer the question.




"Darden is here. But not in the way that you'd like. He's dead."

Inigo shuddered, his fears confirmed.




"He was murdered. Recently. By multiple people."

"Recently? How can you...?"

"The footprints are fresh. C'mon, we need to leave."

"Wait a minute. We need to talk, now."

"What is it?" Filberth cut in impatiently.

"This murder could have - should have - been prevented. Mythron should not be so alone when trying to stop its enemies. We need help."

Filberth cut in. "But -"




"Ever since I've joined Mythron I've noticed the problem with you people. You don't like to accept help! The fact is, you need it. People are being murdered because we're too stubborn to allow Nerogue to help us. This needs to end.
"Nerogue has done nothing but help us. Yet we've practically ignored them, treating them like annoyances at best. If we're to have success, we need allies. We need Nerogue.
"And guess what? If we'd let Nerogue help us, we wouldn't be in this mess. We could've gotten help on our search and caught up with Darden before it was too late. Instead, we waited through endless delays, wrong turns, and other preventable errors."




Filberth nodded reluctantly. "You're right. But we need to focus on the priority right now, and that's staying alive and getting out of this mess. C'mon, let's go before the murderers return."

"Let me stay here a minute. I'll see if I can get any clues as to where the killers went."

"I'll wait in that old inn nearby. Come meet me there when you're ready."




Filberth distractedly ducked out of the cave. In his preoccupied state, he paid little attention to what he was doing and barely noticed as he entered the dilapidated inn. Why was Darden killed? Who killed him? Who's next?"

He had been sitting inside for several minutes when all of the sudden, he heard running outside. There was a scream and a thud, and the footsteps left more slowly. The Mythronian frantically ran back to the cave, desperate to find Inigo.




But he was not there. Inigo - and Darden - had been taken away.

_____




Fourth Wall

This was originally going to be a MBC, and I even had a good description of its spy-related purpose...but then after getting overwhelmingly positive feedback from the early WIP pictures, I realized it would be better off as a UC. Thus the Nerogue bit still seems a tad forced, but still, I hope you liked the story - I spent more time on it than usual, as is befitting of an episode where one person dies and another is kidnapped.

The inn was an incredibly tough build. Tons of angles, lots of hinged walls in all directions, and tons of color blending. The roof, however, was by far the hardest part. Making it was easy enough, but despite a support structure in the back, it took a long time to make it stay in place - almost a week. These attempts were punctuated with the inn falling apart - once, the entire right wall and much of the other parts fell apart.

During these periods of rebuilding, I messed up a fair bit and...I misaligned two halves of the house, causing a bit of stonework to stick out awkwardly and the roof to not stay on properly (as usual). I eventually managed to fix that...both of the times that it happened.

The rest of the landscaping is my attempt at spending more time on the layering than usual, and I like how it turned out, especially the colors. As to the rocks...well, they're maybe a bit steep (I originally called them a rocky slope in the story, but I had to change that to a rock wall) but the textures are pretty good. The rockwork has a lot of panels - I ran out of Bionicle joints (well, the ones that have the stud connection, anyway) so there's at least 10 panels here. The trees are some of my favorites I've done - the angles and colors really add to the dark atmosphere of the MOC.

The fence around the cow was a last-minute addition and I like how it looks. It's a modified version of the one in Luke Watkins's Medieval Village guide using Lego string to make it purist.

Huge thanks to Kai for everything - being a great friend, giving great advice on the story (and writing a couple paragraphs) and giving me plenty of quick last minute changes last night.

Anyway, enjoy the pictures. This is my favorite build to date, and I really hope you enjoy it.







I like to fit some sort of game into my MOCs, so...in what (compass) direction is Filberth walking (in the beginning), and how can you tell? Be sure to leave your answer in the comments, and thanks for viewing!



Comments

 I made it 
  September 23, 2014
Quoting Isaiah Marc This is absolutely stunning, The cottage is my absolute favorite, nice angles on the rock, My only critic is that I wanted to see what the inside of the cottage looked like. Great work, very inspiring for me.
Thanks! I usually don't build the interior in the same build as the exterior for a few reasons. I like to conserve my pieces in order to be able to build as big and detailed as possible (this is pretty much the maximum size and level of detail I can sustain) so building an interior takes up some of those valuable pieces. Also especially in this MOC I needed to use the back side for structural stuff (mainly to support the roof) and also the walls have a lot of angles and pieces sticking out so an interior wouldn't really work. Finally there's the issue of time, mainly for this one in particular - I only had around 4 weeks to build this and what with the exterior, the story, and school, I barely finished it on time as it was. However I sometimes do like to build the interior/exterior of a building that I previously built only the exterior/interior of - for instance, my current project is building the exterior/another section of the interior of "The Blue Shield Inn", which was an interior-only scene that I designed back in March. I doubt I'll be revisiting this scene (Storywise my characters are moving to Rainos and this inn is in Mythron) but maybe someday the chance will come...
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  September 23, 2014
This is absolutely stunning, The cottage is my absolute favorite, nice angles on the rock, My only critic is that I wanted to see what the inside of the cottage looked like. Great work, very inspiring for me.
 I made it 
  August 23, 2014
Quoting Andrew Stevens Is that inigo from the princess bride? Looks like him anyways good work!
Yeah, Inigo is pretty much the character from the Princess Bride - in Round 4 of the Tourney the category was Princess Bride or Robin Hood. I wanted to bring together the worlds of LOM and the PB, so I made a princess bride battle between Inigo and one of my characters. Anyway, thanks!
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  August 23, 2014
Is that inigo from the princess bride? Looks like him anyways good work!
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  August 23, 2014
Quoting Mitchell Long Really Cool Halhi! Really like the colour scheme it gives it a dark feeling like something is going to happen. The minifigures are really awesome too and the Rockwork is simply superb. I really like the textures and the inn looks really Awesome. I like using the word "Really" if you haven't noticed already. Overall Simply Stunning
Thanks Mitchell!
 I like it 
  August 21, 2014
Really Cool Halhi! Really like the colour scheme it gives it a dark feeling like something is going to happen. The minifigures are really awesome too and the Rockwork is simply superb. I really like the textures and the inn looks really Awesome. I like using the word "Really" if you haven't noticed already. Overall Simply Stunning
 I made it 
  August 5, 2014
Quoting Prof. B. You like inns...
Yeah I do, but I've only made 3 (plus one tavern). So let's see, I've made 3 inns, 1 tavern, 1 home, and 6 shops...
  August 5, 2014
You like inns...
  July 30, 2014
I need to get some round 1x1 and 1x2 tiles. They provide some really nice contrast to all the rectangles we get from normal pieces,
 I made it 
  July 19, 2014
Quoting Stormjay Exserion (Commenting about your BIONICLE WIP here, though the castle MOC is pretty cool.) I can see you using a clearly different aesthetic in the MOC than in your past BIO-MOCs. Although it's cool, I don't think this is the MOC to use it in -- even though as your said it is rather sturdy, it looks fragile, and the looks will be what the judging is based on. I would advise the use of more armor pieces (preferably silver) as the basis of the MOC's appearance, and the greebles would fill in the spots that armor can't be added. Color scheming is nice, but you should definetly get rid of the gunmetal on the hands, and possibly replace the orange with other colors (the shoulder armor pieces could be silver, see above.) I don't suppose the dark grey balljoint can be replaced with a black one. Lastly, the exposed EXO-Force arms I'm not big on -- could you add some mini teeth or something onto those?
Yeah...it's a very risky entry. I like it, though, and it's also for another contest, so I'll find some way to prove its sturdiness. I'll probably include it in a video, since all of the accessories are functional and need videos to be fully appreciated. I don't really like the idea of large armour pieces on this MOC, as they kind of destroy the scavenger/inventor character I'm giving it. I'd like to replace the gunmetal hands with light silver exoforce arms, but I have none. I'll keep the orange, but I see how it can be a bit iffy. The dark grey balljoint is the hordika neck piece, so no, I can't replace it (especially since I needed a balljoint with maximum friction so that the joint isn't floppy). Yeah, I took off all the exoforce arms, I forgot to take them off for that photo. Thanks for the advice!
 I like it 
  July 19, 2014
(Commenting about your BIONICLE WIP here, though the castle MOC is pretty cool.) I can see you using a clearly different aesthetic in the MOC than in your past BIO-MOCs. Although it's cool, I don't think this is the MOC to use it in -- even though as your said it is rather sturdy, it looks fragile, and the looks will be what the judging is based on. I would advise the use of more armor pieces (preferably silver) as the basis of the MOC's appearance, and the greebles would fill in the spots that armor can't be added. Color scheming is nice, but you should definetly get rid of the gunmetal on the hands, and possibly replace the orange with other colors (the shoulder armor pieces could be silver, see above.) I don't suppose the dark grey balljoint can be replaced with a black one. Lastly, the exposed EXO-Force arms I'm not big on -- could you add some mini teeth or something onto those?
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  July 9, 2014
Amazing job Halhi!
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  July 8, 2014
Wow! The landscaping is so beautiful! I love the way you made the house's walls look like cobble! 10/10!
  July 8, 2014
100! Yahooo!
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  July 7, 2014
Trees is so beautiful and the house have got a very good technique.
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  July 7, 2014
Trees are so beautiful and the house have got very good technique.
  July 7, 2014
Hey! 100! Congrats man!
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  July 7, 2014
Lovely and detailed in every way! I love the waterfall!
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  July 7, 2014
Wow! It's amazing! I'm sure it was a real challenge to build all small details on the rocks and in the walls of the house! It'a great to see the nice parts of the diarama, for example the tilting wall and the lot of different building directions in the rocks! :)
  July 6, 2014
Congratulations on 100!
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  July 6, 2014
100? I think yes.
  July 5, 2014
Whoops - my screen brightness was turned down, so never mind about the lighting.
 I made it 
  July 5, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens I'm back and, to my mild annoyance, I don't have any suggestions to improve it. Maybe a border or a different type of fence could do something... and that's the best advice I have to offer. I would have liked to see this build under full lighting, though, in one of the post-story shots - I'm curious to see whether it looks the same in the light of day as it does with your subtle gloom effect. In this light, certainly, the color mixing is excellent - I would never have thought that brown and dark green would go so well together or thrown in those bits of dark grey in the player. In that respect, this build has certainly taught me a lot that I'll have to put to use.
Full lighting? The last three pictures (and the main picture) are normal lighting, or as close as I could get - I held up some bricks of the respective colors up to my screen and it pretty much looks the same. If anything, this build looked better in real life than in the pictures, even if the pictures hid the hole in the roof. Yeah, dark green and brown really do look good together. I also like mixing in dark brown, but I don't have much of that.
  July 5, 2014
I'm back and, to my mild annoyance, I don't have any suggestions to improve it. Maybe a border or a different type of fence could do something... and that's the best advice I have to offer. I would have liked to see this build under full lighting, though, in one of the post-story shots - I'm curious to see whether it looks the same in the light of day as it does with your subtle gloom effect. In this light, certainly, the color mixing is excellent - I would never have thought that brown and dark green would go so well together or thrown in those bits of dark grey in the player. In that respect, this build has certainly taught me a lot that I'll have to put to use.
 I made it 
  July 4, 2014
Quoting Stuart Lucas Wow, gorgeous build - the innis a masterclass of angles and texture. I reckon he's walking West based on the apparent direction of the light in that first photo - now I'll read down the comments and see whether others agree!
What's funny is that now I've had people guessing all of the directions. South is correct, but it's interesting to see evidence for other directions.
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  July 2, 2014
This is fantastic. I love it! The only thing I don't really like is the flatness of the rocks on the left side. It looks forced, and unnatural. Most popular build! :P
 I like it 
  July 2, 2014
Wow, gorgeous build - the innis a masterclass of angles and texture. I reckon he's walking West based on the apparent direction of the light in that first photo - now I'll read down the comments and see whether others agree!
 I like it 
  June 30, 2014
Where does one start with such a detailed MOC as this? The landscaping itself is awesome, the waterfall terrific - the roof is inspired and the rendering of the building walls is just excellent! I love it!
  June 30, 2014
@Kai For some reason you remind me of Darth Vader. I for some reason remember him saying, "You should have listened to me Luke!" :P
  June 29, 2014
Apart from that...where to begin! The build is unbelievable. (Do you want me to begin?)
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  June 29, 2014
You should have heeded my advice on that last tree. :P
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  June 29, 2014
This looks excellent. Probably one of my favorite castle builds ever. The roof, inn, rock work, and ground all look great. My only problem with this build is that the pine tree looks awkward. I'm not a fan of the leaves and slopes together.
 I like it 
  June 28, 2014
Excellent work man! I'm not a big reader of stories as such, but the MOC itself is outstanding. Also, congrats on making TBB; that's a definitely amazing achievement this MOC deserves! I can't wait to see what you come up with next, especially after this collection of talent :-D
 I like it 
  June 28, 2014
incredible u never stop impressing me p.s. can u look at my stuff
 I like it 
  June 28, 2014
In my opinion, this is good enough to place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in any castle contest online today. Very nice work, man. Very nice work. (Oh, and the filters do a great job setting a different mood than anything else you've posted.)
 I made it 
  June 28, 2014
Quoting JP Creations Excellent work here Halhi! Definitely my favorite MOC you have created. Great textures and rock work! I really like the roof of the Inn.
Thanks! That roof was a pain to build (and attach)...
Quoting Gilbert Despathens This deserves a rare 5/5 from me. I'm not prepared to write a full critique, unfortunately, but I'll return!
Thanks Gilbert!
Quoting El Barto ! Great looking set! Wasn't expecting the story to go along with it. Well done!
Thanks! Yeah, most MOCs from LOM/GOH/LOR have some sort of story to go with them.
 I made it 
  June 28, 2014
Quoting Julia LeeP Argh! I just was about to preview my comment when the page froze. I'll probably give a more complete comment later, but I would like to say that the inn and the roof are absolutely amazing, as well as the color scheme, photo editing/quality, and the rockwork. The black trunks are interesting, but the pine tree next to the house looks really akward IMO. While the river is nice, especially the waterfall, I think it looks too glassy/icy. Nit-picks, sure, but the fact that my critques are only nit-picks really shows how wonderful this build is.
Thanks! I completely agree about the pine tree, but the cold look of the water was intentional, since this build is set in the far north
 I like it 
  June 28, 2014
Argh! I just was about to preview my comment when the page froze. I'll probably give a more complete comment later, but I would like to say that the inn and the roof are absolutely amazing, as well as the color scheme, photo editing/quality, and the rockwork. The black trunks are interesting, but the pine tree next to the house looks really akward IMO. While the river is nice, especially the waterfall, I think it looks too glassy/icy. Nit-picks, sure, but the fact that my critques are only nit-picks really shows how wonderful this build is.
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  June 27, 2014
Great looking set! Wasn't expecting the story to go along with it. Well done!
 I like it 
  June 27, 2014
This deserves a rare 5/5 from me. I'm not prepared to write a full critique, unfortunately, but I'll return!
 I like it 
  June 27, 2014
Excellent work here Halhi! Definitely my favorite MOC you have created. Great textures and rock work! I really like the roof of the Inn.
 I made it 
  June 27, 2014
Quoting Stephen Boe
Quoting ~ Brick
Wat. Kai's city attack moc against Asad has been blogged by Deus...
He's also blogged Pursuit and my ship battle. I think he meant that this is the first LOM MOC to be blogged by TBB
  June 27, 2014
Quoting ~ Brick
Wat. Kai's city attack moc against Asad has been blogged by Deus...
 I made it 
  June 27, 2014
Quoting Jacob Pennington Simply amazing! Definitely my favorite from you. The building style is brilliant and the color scheme really catches the eye. Well done! 100/100 :)
Thanks Jacob! I really wanted to get an interesting color scheme in this one, instead of the same dark tan/green/dark grey combo that I've done so many times in the past...
Quoting Ben Stansfield Amazing! Whenever you add any MOCs, I can rely on them being awesome! Love the rock work!
Thanks Ben!
 I made it 
  June 27, 2014
Quoting ~ Brick woah Woah WOAH! Halhi has arrived! He has been blogged by the TBB! Congrats on the amazing accomplishment, and congrats on being the first person to get a LOM MOC blogged!
Quoting Kevin Moyer Awesome work! You got blogged! http://www.brothers-brick.com/2014/06/26/no-vacancy/ By TBB, no less!
That was a nice surprise! What an honor to have the first LOM MOC to ever be blogged by TBB!
 I made it 
  June 27, 2014
Quoting A. Sargent Wow, this is spectacular! The paneled rockwork is phenomenal, and the landscaping is amazing, but the building itself takes the cake. The texture of it is superb, and it has the feel of a musty inn. I think this one of your best, and one of my favorite LOM MOCs I've seen. Brilliant work, Halhi!
Thanks Sarge! Yeah, it's definitely my favorite build too.
Quoting Professor B. This is easily my favorite MOC from you Halhi. Phenomenal work! I absolutely love the colors you used. And the textures on the inn are fantastic. I usually don't like the use of 2x2 round tiles for walls, but, in this case, it looks really good. The reason for that is because you didn't overdo it. Now for the rockwork... stunning! Can't think of anything else to say. It's quite amazing, really. Oh, and the trees are superb. Well done Halhi!
Thanks! I also don't usually like the 2x2 rounds and I didn't want to include them here, but I needed to since they serve a functional purpose (fill in gaps).
 I like it 
  June 27, 2014
Amazing! Whenever you add any MOCs, I can rely on them being awesome! Love the rock work!
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  June 27, 2014
Simply amazing! Definitely my favorite from you. The building style is brilliant and the color scheme really catches the eye. Well done! 100/100 :)
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  June 27, 2014
Awesome work! You got blogged! http://www.brothers-brick.com/2014/06/26/no-vacancy/ By TBB, no less!
  June 26, 2014
woah Woah WOAH! Halhi has arrived! He has been blogged by the TBB! Congrats on the amazing accomplishment, and congrats on being the first person to get a LOM MOC blogged!
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  June 26, 2014
This is easily my favorite MOC from you Halhi. Phenomenal work! I absolutely love the colors you used. And the textures on the inn are fantastic. I usually don't like the use of 2x2 round tiles for walls, but, in this case, it looks really good. The reason for that is because you didn't overdo it. Now for the rockwork... stunning! Can't think of anything else to say. It's quite amazing, really. Oh, and the trees are superb. Well done Halhi!
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  June 26, 2014
Wow, this is spectacular! The paneled rockwork is phenomenal, and the landscaping is amazing, but the building itself takes the cake. The texture of it is superb, and it has the feel of a musty inn. I think this one of your best, and one of my favorite LOM MOCs I've seen. Brilliant work, Halhi!
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Andrew the Jedi Ninja Dude! Amazing! The build has so many different things that are all done with skill. The house by itself is phenomenal. Add that with the great landscaping, and... borrowing the quote from Darth Vader, Impressive! Very Impressive!
Thanks! I was tempted to just post the house by itself, but the story needed the landscape and I figured I might as well try to make this build as good as possible... :)
Quoting Mate P This is EPIC! Amazing! Spectacular! Great work!
Thanks!
Quoting Bart Vlerick Very nice work, congrats on the build ;) And i think he is walking north since there is moss behind the tree and it grows to the north of them
Thanks Bart. You have the right idea with the moss, but (as someone said) he's going South - the moss is on the north side of all the rocks.
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  June 26, 2014
Very nice work, congrats on the build ;) And i think he is walking north since there is moss behind the tree and it grows to the north of them
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  June 26, 2014
This is EPIC! Amazing! Spectacular! Great work!
  June 26, 2014
Dude! Amazing! The build has so many different things that are all done with skill. The house by itself is phenomenal. Add that with the great landscaping, and... borrowing the quote from Darth Vader, Impressive! Very Impressive!
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Parrington Levens Great Moc!
Thanks Parrington!
Quoting Finn tegotash Very great work! I a. Loving all the detail you put into the inn! The landscaping is very great too and really helps the inn pop! ;)
Thanks Finn! Yeah, with this one I really tried to focus on the landscaping. I learned from my April UC and Pursuit that the landscaping is one of the most important parts of a creation like this, so I put a lot of work into it this time...
Quoting The Object of Legend This is without doubt one of your best MOCs! I still think the walls of you buildings would look much more realistic if they weren't so over-detailed, but what you have accomplished here is genius!
Admittedly there's a few bits (the dark tan) that I don't like on the stonework, but otherwise the level of detail seems appropriate for a building that's really old at the time of the story. Anyway, thanks!
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Dr. Monster The inn and the surrounding area look phenomenal. Excellent details and water fall.
Quoting Nils O. Wow, that's so cool! The waterfall itself is a piece of art. Great job! :-))
Thanks guys! I was considering making the waterfall the main picture in mockery of my overrated one, but I figured I'd start with a shot that showed off the whole build :P
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Fraser Robinson Simply beautiful build, you nailed every little detail perfectly.
Thanks! Yeah, with this build I was really focusing on perfection and refinement. With a lot of my big builds, I build really quickly and have a lot of plain areas, but I really like how this one turned out.
Quoting Ian Spacek Looks very Luke Watkins-esque!
Glad to see people noticed my main inspiration for this one :P
Quoting KW Vauban WOW - That's an awesome MOC - and great pictures, too. I like the texture of the walls and the frame work, very good.
Wow, thanks KW! Speaking of pictures, I need to figure out how to do some sort of special lighting without editing - not that this necessarily looks bad, but I want to try to see how it could look...
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Nathan Pownell
Quoting Halhi 141 Thanks! Nope, no back - nowadays I only build what can be seen to save pieces.
Anytime, man! Okay, thanks. I'll have to try that sometime! (Not that it'll make me amazing… :P)
Yeah, I started doing it in round 5 of the tourney which was (I think) when I really started to improve rapidly. Having twice the pieces really helps to build bigger/more detailed :)
Quoting Ben King Great color scheme? Check. Good rock work? Check. Overall great looking moc? Check. Awesome job on this, I can see why it is your favorite moc you've made. The landscaping looks very natural and the colors give it an ominous feel. The only thing that I would change would to be adding a black (or whatever color you choose) border to just make it look even smoother than it is. Though borders are just personal taste and this looks just fine without it.
Quoting Mr. Cab Maybe I should try just building what will be seen in the pictures more often... It definitely worked out for you. Fantastic build! The lack of a base does bother me, especially in the last picture, where you (at the right edge) have sand green next to brown next to dark green. That would work really well if you just saw the top, but it looks unnatural if you can see the whole brick. Otherwise, this build is fantastic!
Yeah, I really need to invest in some more black tiles. I got some from PAB earlier this year, but the roof consumed them all...thanks for the comments!
Quoting Benaiah Newhall Wow! Dude, that's Awesome!! I think it's your best build yet! Keep building! I can't wait for your next build!
Yeah, it's definitely my favorite :P as to my next build...well, it's probably going to be (or feature) a ship, so it might be tricky...
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  June 26, 2014
Quoting MCLegoboy ! Man, I'm a bad person. I can write forever but I just can't read other people's work. I'm sure it was beautiful just like the MOC which is absolutely wonderful and full of great little details. It's just so brutiful!
Thanks MC! Yeah, I'm the same way, I rarely read other people's stories...
Quoting Deus "Big D." Otiosus P.S. I find it relatively immature when people answer every comment separately just to hit the "Most discussed" section. You can do it all in one comment, you know. The reason I am saying is because I really support you, but if you are basically farming ILIes (not like you need to with builds a good as this) and I would be indirectly supporting that too, then.
I actually never thought of doing it in one comment. Come to think of it, that will be easier - thanks for the tip!
Quoting Mark McPeek What's it with these 2x2 round tiles these days? Everyone uses them for wall texturing! :P Jokes aside, terrific work! The texturing on this is insane! Loving everything about it! One thing I promise, though, is that if I had lived in medieval times and I built houses/inns/whatever, the walls/roof would not slant or lean or look like they are going to collapse at any minute. ;)
I'm not really a fan of the 2x2 rounds either :P I just used them because 2 of them are needed to fill in gaps (and they look better than square 2x2s, and the last one adds a bit of consistency. Keep in mind that this is old even during the time of the story, so the building is getting really worn down and falling apart. Thanks!
Quoting Justin M Did you steal one of Luke Watkins build? :p Incredible work, sir!
Quoting A M You are still Halhi, correct...? Color me seriously impressed--this is flat-out incredible!
Hey, Luke hacked my account! :P (jk) Thanks!
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  June 26, 2014
The inn and the surrounding area look phenomenal. Excellent details and water fall.
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  June 26, 2014
Great Moc!
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  June 26, 2014
This is without doubt one of your best MOCs! I still think the walls of you buildings would look much more realistic if they weren't so over-detailed, but what you have accomplished here is genius!
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  June 26, 2014
Very great work! I a. Loving all the detail you put into the inn! The landscaping is very great too and really helps the inn pop! ;)
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  June 26, 2014
Wow, that's so cool! The waterfall itself is a piece of art. Great job! :-))
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  June 26, 2014
Maybe I should try just building what will be seen in the pictures more often... It definitely worked out for you. Fantastic build! The lack of a base does bother me, especially in the last picture, where you (at the right edge) have sand green next to brown next to dark green. That would work really well if you just saw the top, but it looks unnatural if you can see the whole brick. Otherwise, this build is fantastic!
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  June 26, 2014
WOW - That's an awesome MOC - and great pictures, too. I like the texture of the walls and the frame work, very good.
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  June 25, 2014
Wow! Dude, that's Awesome!! I think it's your best build yet! Keep building! I can't wait for your next build!
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  June 25, 2014
Great color scheme? Check. Good rock work? Check. Overall great looking moc? Check. Awesome job on this, I can see why it is your favorite moc you've made. The landscaping looks very natural and the colors give it an ominous feel. The only thing that I would change would to be adding a black (or whatever color you choose) border to just make it look even smoother than it is. Though borders are just personal taste and this looks just fine without it.
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  June 25, 2014
Looks very Luke Watkins-esque!
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  June 25, 2014
Simply beautiful build, you nailed every little detail perfectly.
  June 25, 2014
Quoting Halhi 141 Thanks! Nope, no back - nowadays I only build what can be seen to save pieces.
Anytime, man! Okay, thanks. I'll have to try that sometime! (Not that it'll make me amazing… :P)
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  June 25, 2014
You are still Halhi, correct...? Color me seriously impressed--this is flat-out incredible!
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  June 25, 2014
Did you steal one of Luke Watkins build? :p Incredible work, sir!
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  June 25, 2014
What's it with these 2x2 round tiles these days? Everyone uses them for wall texturing! :P Jokes aside, terrific work! The texturing on this is insane! Loving everything about it! One thing I promise, though, is that if I had lived in medieval times and I built houses/inns/whatever, the walls/roof would not slant or lean or look like they are going to collapse at any minute. ;)
  June 25, 2014
P.S. I find it relatively immature when people answer every comment separately just to hit the "Most discussed" section. You can do it all in one comment, you know. The reason I am saying is because I really support you, but if you are basically farming ILIes (not like you need to with builds a good as this) and I would be indirectly supporting that too, then.
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  June 25, 2014
Man, I'm a bad person. I can write forever but I just can't read other people's work. I'm sure it was beautiful just like the MOC which is absolutely wonderful and full of great little details. It's just so brutiful!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Deus "Big D." Otiosus I was taken quite aback when I saw this. You could have gone through this without instagram filters, but it changes no fact. Your build is technically advanced and very aesthetic. As for the story, I never really care much about them. Which is a bit hypocritical of me, but LOM is just very unattractive to me.
Thanks Deus! I suppose photos with the effects added through special photography rather than filters would be better, but I'm not that good at photography so this was the best way to get an appropriately dark atmosphere - the originals looked kinda bright with the white background and I don't have the materials for a background of any other color of this size. Anyway, thanks for the feedback!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Lovely job. The rockwork is brilliant, the waterfall is great, the building itself is very well done... Fantastic all around. --Blast--
Thanks Blast!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Jack Riveorput Awesome.
Thanks Jack!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Graeme Straughn Dude, that's amazing! Literally one of my favorite builds on ALL of MOCpages!! Great work on that water, those rocks, that building, the foliage... Everything pretty much. :) I think, for LOM, people either have very epic writing or very epic builds. Nice work on bridging the gap! :)
Thanks Graeme! As to a combo or great writing and builds...Gilbert tends to do that quite well, especially with Inside the Black Knight Tavern
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode You know what I think of this so I need not say it again. Well done!
Thanks Alex!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Mister Lego ~ Wow dude, this is definitely my favorite from you. The dilapidated inn, with its crumbling walls, looks fantastic. Probably one of the best medieval structures I've seen for quite some time, and probably one of the best in LoM. It kind of reminds me of David Hensel's work. As usual, your rockwork is magnificent. Keep up the great work :D
Thanks Colin!
  June 25, 2014
I was taken quite aback when I saw this. You could have gone through this without instagram filters, but it changes no fact. Your build is technically advanced and very aesthetic. As for the story, I never really care much about them. Which is a bit hypocritical of me, but LOM is just very unattractive to me.
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  June 25, 2014
Lovely job. The rockwork is brilliant, the waterfall is great, the building itself is very well done... Fantastic all around. --Blast--
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  June 25, 2014
Awesome.
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  June 25, 2014
Dude, that's amazing! Literally one of my favorite builds on ALL of MOCpages!! Great work on that water, those rocks, that building, the foliage... Everything pretty much. :) I think, for LOM, people either have very epic writing or very epic builds. Nice work on bridging the gap! :)
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  June 25, 2014
You know what I think of this so I need not say it again. Well done!
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  June 25, 2014
Wow dude, this is definitely my favorite from you. The dilapidated inn, with its crumbling walls, looks fantastic. Probably one of the best medieval structures I've seen for quite some time, and probably one of the best in LoM. It kind of reminds me of David Hensel's work. As usual, your rockwork is magnificent. Keep up the great work :D
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Toa Jaton I just have to say it:EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!An amazing build.In my opinion,it seems like this would win the UC.
Thanks!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Nathan Pownell Incredible! The detail on the MOC is top notch! The house is REALLY awesome! Looks real from a distance! XD I love the mysterious feel this creation had to it. Very creepy. :) Does the house have a back, or did you just build what would be seen?
Thanks! Nope, no back - nowadays I only build what can be seen to save pieces.
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Toa Infernum What a build! Incredible work Halhi! The story is awesome, can't wait to see what happens next! Love those black tree trunks! The majority of the build is awesome, but I do have a few critiques. I really wish there were less colors in the stonework. There's light and dark tan, sand green, dark green, dark bley, and brown. That's WAY too many colors IMO. The top section looks great, but again, there are a bunch of unnecessary colors (I wish you'd picked either dark or light bley, not both). Also, why the round 1x1s? They're good for stonework, but I don't dig them in the cottage part. They add an odd texture and gap (also attention is drawn to that gap by the colors the 1x1s are in). The shaping of the rocks is awesome, but I don't really like the mix of old and new grey, or the palisade brick(s?). The landscaping with scattered rocks is great! But the mix of old and new brown hurts my eyes. I really dislike the mixing of any old and new colors. That might just be me though. A border or irregular base would have been nice too. Sorry for the long comment and all the critique, I love the build, I really do! It's definitely my fav from you! You put a lot of work into this and it turned out awesome! Again, sorry if this comment comes off too harsh, I just love the build so much! Awesome job! :D
Thanks Infy! As to the colors on the stonework, I don't really like the dark tan, but I don't really have a problem with the rest. The colors on the top floor are a lot, but it creates a really dilapidated look (Luke Watkins uses a similar style with this part). As to the mix of new and old colors: it creates more detail/realistic colors...plus I don't have enough of either color to use just one :P Palisade bricks? There's only one, and I don't think it's visible in the photos (it's barely visible in real life). As to border/irregular base...piece count issues. Anyway, thanks!
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  June 25, 2014
I just have to say it:EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!An amazing build.In my opinion,it seems like this would win the UC.
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  June 25, 2014
What a build! Incredible work Halhi! The story is awesome, can't wait to see what happens next! Love those black tree trunks! The majority of the build is awesome, but I do have a few critiques. I really wish there were less colors in the stonework. There's light and dark tan, sand green, dark green, dark bley, and brown. That's WAY too many colors IMO. The top section looks great, but again, there are a bunch of unnecessary colors (I wish you'd picked either dark or light bley, not both). Also, why the round 1x1s? They're good for stonework, but I don't dig them in the cottage part. They add an odd texture and gap (also attention is drawn to that gap by the colors the 1x1s are in). The shaping of the rocks is awesome, but I don't really like the mix of old and new grey, or the palisade brick(s?). The landscaping with scattered rocks is great! But the mix of old and new brown hurts my eyes. I really dislike the mixing of any old and new colors. That might just be me though. A border or irregular base would have been nice too. Sorry for the long comment and all the critique, I love the build, I really do! It's definitely my fav from you! You put a lot of work into this and it turned out awesome! Again, sorry if this comment comes off too harsh, I just love the build so much! Awesome job! :D
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  June 25, 2014
Incredible! The detail on the MOC is top notch! The house is REALLY awesome! Looks real from a distance! XD I love the mysterious feel this creation had to it. Very creepy. :) Does the house have a back, or did you just build what would be seen?
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting David FNJ Absolutely wonderful! Definitely my favorite yet from you! Great slightly angled portions for the inn walls, nice rocks, and fabulous overall landscaping. Truly a piece to be proud of! Yes, the story is great as well, as are the pictures with that oldish color for the story.
Thanks FNJ and I agree. Glad you noticed the angles on the walls - they were originally angled much more, but I had to reduce the angles due to the roof :/ Glad you like the photos and story!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Graham Gidman Amazing work! The angles, colors, and textures flow look fantastic and the rockwork is something else! :) Though, I agree with Zach, that pine tree looks really weird with the blocky top.
Thanks Graham! And yeah, I wish I had some cheese slopes left for the pine tree...
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  June 25, 2014
Amazing work! The angles, colors, and textures look fantastic and the rockwork is something else! :) Though, I agree with Zach, that pine tree looks really weird with the blocky top.
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Lindel Baskin Wow!! I'm afraid I don't have time for a proper comment at the moment. Remind me to edit in a better one later. For now, suffice it to say that you've seriously outdone yourself this time, Halhi.
Thanks Lindel!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Pretty sweet man, pretty sweet.
Thanks!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Zach Lucia Wow, this is almost perfect! My only gripe would be the pine tree, it looks slightly awkward, but an INCREDIBLE job none the less. ~Zach
Thanks! And yeah, I don't like the top - too blocky- but I couldn't come up with a better design. Cheese might look better, but I ran out.. :/
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Kevin Moyer Awesome work! I'm extremely impressed! When I saw the thumbnail, I thought this was something by Luke Watkins or David Hensel. You are well on your way to their level of castle building. Love all the details and realism. Fantastic job!
Thanks Kevin! Yeah, this MOC was really inspired by a lot of Luke Watkins's work (especially Gloomy Gulch).
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Michael K. Gorgeous detail!!
Thanks Michael!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Stephen Boe You just had to make this a UC build? I thought I had a chance of getting first place with my current WIP. Hopefully I can at least get second or third. Still, an absolutely fantastic build! Great, dramatic story as well. I think FNJ is planning or working on a moc about the Nerogue/Mythron thing. Oh, also, if you haven't noticed yet, this was blogged by Freeling!
Thanks! And yeah, I like to make all of my best builds into UCs when possible. The Nerogue bit was a last minute addition :p
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting White Hawk Wow, this is spectacular! I am overwhelmed with the shear amount of detail. This is the best creation I have seen in LOM. Can you get any better?
Thanks! And I believe Brick's comment answers your question: there's still plenty of room for improvement :P
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  June 25, 2014
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Freeling ++ Heh. I'll give you a ten.
:P Thanks!
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting ~ Brick First off, to answer your question, Filberth is walking South. Because moss grows on the north side and he is walking away from it. But now onto my critique.
Quoting Lower landscape
Very nice work doing something a bit more rare. Those color combinations can be daunting, especially because you can't add that many pre-made plant pieces to it. The trees seem to fit well, even if the angles seem a bit weird. My favorite part of the lower landscape might be the river though, I can almost hear it rushing. The cheese slopes added just the right affect to it! I'm still on the fence about the lack of the boarder though. While it is nice to see the natural coloring on the ground, a boarder usually adds a refined essence to the build. (I'm guessing you either don't like boarders, or you can out of black tiles.)
Quoting Rocks
The rocks are , honestly, the best you've ever done in my opinion. They connected with the landscape so seamlessly with the lower part of the landscape , and unlike your LOM: Pursuit build, the panels work well. However, on top of the rocks things get a BIT unpolished. The flaws are still extremely minor and I honestly could not do better. (And let's be honest, I probably never will do better:P)
Quoting Upper Landscape
The upper landscape is, honestly a little disappointing. From what I can see the layer is quite blocky. Maybe it's just the angle, or maybe you were limited in your parts. It's not a major issue, just worth highlighting in the spirit of critiquing. My biggest problem with this section though is that tree. I know you copied it from Gilbert, and there's nothing wrong with that, but he recognized how bad it was himself. I can't really blame you since you didn't design it, but the top is bad. It doesn't flow at all. Plus the tree itself is unnecessary because it obstructs to much of the view. Another problem is, how exactly do people get here? The cow pasture is blocking the way from the east, and the west is much to small for a path, and there's a river. A little bridge would have done a wealth of good here.
Quoting The Inn
Absolutely your best building work ever, perhaps even the best building work in LOM. The amount of detailing is stunning, from the stonework to the white wash. (More of a tan wash actually:P) This entire building is bursting with amazing details! The angles are especially nice. I will never understand how you manage to keep it from crumbling:P I can't really critique this section, it's so amazing! So stunning! I will definitely be returning for inspiration in the future! (If it's not to late, could we get a picture of the inner workings in the Gnome group BTW?)
Quoting The story
The story was a bit short. I understand you were pressed for time, but this is extremely short for you Halhi. I have to say though, the quality did not suffer and if anything improved! I'm not sure if that is because of Kai's hand in this, but either way...job well done!
Quoting The Photos
I don't have much to say about them, because photos vary widely by opinion and preference. I would have enjoyed ONE edited photo, and had the rest done normally. I don't like the distortion to the colors, and they don't add that much to the story. The build alone conveys enough emotion without the aid of the pictures. Over all, completely amazing! I wouldn't doubt this going over 100+ and getting MOTD in no more than a year! Congrats!
Thanks! The roof used all my black tiles so I couldn't do a border. The top of the rocks...I ran out of cheese and tiles. Upper landscape is blocky because I ran out of parts and the cave attachments made it impossible to add any layering with the dark green. And the inn is dilapidated; perhaps there used to be a path/bridge, but no more... I'll post a picture of the interior in the gnomes group. The story...short? Since when have I ever posted long stories...? I like short episodes. And yeah, Kai helped me get an idea for some better styling that I really like. As to the photos, I know some people don't like so much editing, but regular photos just didn't work for this build...plus this style is actually easier. Anyway, thanks for the critique!
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  June 25, 2014
Absolutely wonderful! Definitely my favorite yet from you! Great slightly angled portions for the inn walls, nice rocks, and fabulous overall landscaping. Truly a piece to be proud of! Yes, the story is great as well, as are the pictures with that oldish color for the story.
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  June 25, 2014
Quoting Arnas Scheel Is this real life, or is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide... Joking aside, this is fabulous. The amount of angles in this creation is stunning. Good story as well. Oh and the direction the guy is walking is east, because of the direction the trees are facing. Trees face towards the sunrise.
Thanks...but nope. (anyway, it's sunset, not sunrise)
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  June 25, 2014
First off, to answer your question, Filberth is walking South. Because moss grows on the north side and he is walking away from it. But now onto my critique.
Quoting Lower landscape
Very nice work doing something a bit more rare. Those color combinations can be daunting, especially because you can't add that many pre-made plant pieces to it. The trees seem to fit well, even if the angles seem a bit weird. My favorite part of the lower landscape might be the river though, I can almost hear it rushing. The cheese slopes added just the right affect to it! I'm still on the fence about the lack of the boarder though. While it is nice to see the natural coloring on the ground, a boarder usually adds a refined essence to the build. (I'm guessing you either don't like boarders, or you can out of black tiles.)
Quoting Rocks
The rocks are , honestly, the best you've ever done in my opinion. They connected with the landscape so seamlessly with the lower part of the landscape , and unlike your LOM: Pursuit build, the panels work well. However, on top of the rocks things get a BIT unpolished. The flaws are still extremely minor and I honestly could not do better. (And let's be honest, I probably never will do better:P)
Quoting Upper Landscape
The upper landscape is, honestly a little disappointing. From what I can see the layer is quite blocky. Maybe it's just the angle, or maybe you were limited in your parts. It's not a major issue, just worth highlighting in the spirit of critiquing. My biggest problem with this section though is that tree. I know you copied it from Gilbert, and there's nothing wrong with that, but he recognized how bad it was himself. I can't really blame you since you didn't design it, but the top is bad. It doesn't flow at all. Plus the tree itself is unnecessary because it obstructs to much of the view. Another problem is, how exactly do people get here? The cow pasture is blocking the way from the east, and the west is much to small for a path, and there's a river. A little bridge would have done a wealth of good here.
Quoting The Inn
Absolutely your best building work ever, perhaps even the best building work in LOM. The amount of detailing is stunning, from the stonework to the white wash. (More of a tan wash actually:P) This entire building is bursting with amazing details! The angles are especially nice. I will never understand how you manage to keep it from crumbling:P I can't really critique this section, it's so amazing! So stunning! I will definitely be returning for inspiration in the future! (If it's not to late, could we get a picture of the inner workings in the Gnome group BTW?)
Quoting The story
The story was a bit short. I understand you were pressed for time, but this is extremely short for you Halhi. I have to say though, the quality did not suffer and if anything improved! I'm not sure if that is because of Kai's hand in this, but either way...job well done!
Quoting The Photos
I don't have much to say about them, because photos vary widely by opinion and preference. I would have enjoyed ONE edited photo, and had the rest done normally. I don't like the distortion to the colors, and they don't add that much to the story. The build alone conveys enough emotion without the aid of the pictures. Over all, completely amazing! I wouldn't doubt this going over 100+ and getting MOTD in no more than a year! Congrats!
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  June 25, 2014
Is this real life, or is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide... Joking aside, this is fabulous. The amount of angles in this creation is stunning. Good story as well. Oh and the direction the guy is walking is east, because of the direction the trees are facing. Trees face towards the sunrise.
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  June 25, 2014
Wow!! I'm afraid I don't have time for a proper comment at the moment. Remind me to edit in a better one later. For now, suffice it to say that you've seriously outdone yourself this time, Halhi.
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  June 25, 2014
Pretty sweet man, pretty sweet.
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  June 25, 2014
Wow, this is almost perfect! My only gripe would be the pine tree, it looks slightly awkward, but an INCREDIBLE job none the less. ~Zach
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  June 25, 2014
Awesome work! I'm extremely impressed! When I saw the thumbnail, I thought this was something by Luke Watkins or David Hensel. You are well on your way to their level of castle building. Love all the details and realism. Fantastic job!
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  June 25, 2014
Gorgeous detail!!
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  June 25, 2014
You just had to make this a UC build? I thought I had a chance of getting first place with my current WIP. Hopefully I can at least get second or third. Still, an absolutely fantastic build! Great, dramatic story as well. I think FNJ is planning or working on a moc about the Nerogue/Mythron thing. Oh, also, if you haven't noticed yet, this was blogged by Freeling!
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  June 25, 2014
Wow, this is spectacular! I am overwhelmed with the shear amount of detail. This is the best creation I have seen in LOM. Can you get any better?
  June 25, 2014
Heh. I'll give you a ten.
 
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