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Sozo the Great: Episode IV. Freebuild for The Lands of Mythron.
About this creation
The Lands of Mythron
~Outlaws~

Season I.
~Season II~
Prologue
Episode III
Episode V

(Note- Captions above pictures.)


Sozo let the scroll drop from his hand in frustration. He had scoured the Outlaw records, old updates and missions, even Ort Sirisen’s personal journals. Though the Dark Druid made appearances here and there in the texts, the location of his lair was ever shrouded in mystery. Certainly there had to be some forsaken cave where he practiced his dark magic and raised his monstrous minions. There had to be somewhere that sorcerer held Kavita in bondage. Sozo clutched his head and restrained a scream of anger. At all cost, he had to find her. He couldn’t sleep, couldn’t cry, couldn’t smile as long as his sister remained imprisoned in the devil’s house.



He was standing in a nook of the archive reserved for the Coordinator and his elect. Books, scrolls, even ancient stone tablets perched on the selves around him, all deemed to be of such great importance that only the most trusted eyes were privileged to behold them. However, their vast wisdom and tantalizing secrets seemed meaningless to Sozo if he could not save Kavita, or finally unravel the plot behind Blood Bay.
It’s not what you think, Sozo… Ort had said that fateful morning on the wall. …Lottamen told me about you, and I’d been meaning to clarify about Taddren and Blood Bay since you arrived. I promise there’s a logical explanation…
Sozo glanced back at the other scroll lying rejected at his feet, the second volume of Ort’s journal. The first had stopped well before the great battle of Blood Bay, and this one picked up without mentioning the aftermath. How could such a pivotal event be left out? Then it hit him, it couldn’t have been. He stooped down and picked the scroll up once more.



He unrolled it down to first wooden dowel, to the starting page, studying its edge. Sure enough the sheet had been cut and cut with great care. It had been reattached to leave no sign of alteration other then the tiny calligraphic words reading, “Kept safe.” A name followed that Sozo had seen throughout the journal, Su-Skryra. A mage dwelling in the vast plains of what is now Nerogue, this ally of Ort’s shared many a quest with the first Coordinator and battled bravely at his side. If he had the missing piece from the scroll, then he would also have answers.



As he tossed the scroll aside and stormed toward the door, Sozo called ahead to his bodyguards, “Dothel, tell Cal and Elshak to set up an administrative council to head the faction in my absence. Kobin, send word to Joshua and Zaliborn. We ride for enemy territory at dawn!”





~The MOC
Flooring. I began this build with the floor. You don't see a lot of grouted tile on the pages and now I know why. It's a pain to build. All the tiles have to been connected in a crazy pattern of odd angles. The outcome just might be worth it however.


Back Wall. You may have noticed some familiar books on the shelves. To personalize the archive, I based the books off of series that I've read or have in my collection. On the top right shelf we see the Hunger Games, and behind the big scroll on the left is the Ender's Game quartet.


Left side. Mostly scrolls here, and one of them is spilling off the shelf! Up top some of you might recognize books 1-4 of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole.


Right side. The Mysterious Benedict Society has taken over the upper self! The two smaller trilogies below are the Door Within and the Healing Wars.


The chandelier. One of my favorite parts of the MOC. Sorry about the missing flame, it fell as I was taking the picture.






Share your thoughts! Some of you have said to go for detail over scale, so how did I do? Your comments are welcomed and appreciated!



Comments

  September 7, 2014
Cool flooring! I caught up on Sozo's story. :)
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  August 26, 2014
Quoting Kai Bernstein Great work all around - there's no end to these techniques and designs you keep inventing!
Thanks Kai, I try to keep it interesting!
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  August 26, 2014
Great work all around - there's no end to these techniques and designs you keep inventing!
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  August 21, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens That is a groovy floor. On another note, the chandelier is awesome and I like the shape and layout of the build.
Thank you, Gilbert, I'm glad you like it. Thanks for stopping by!
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  August 19, 2014
That is a groovy floor. On another note, the chandelier is awesome and I like the shape and layout of the build.
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  August 10, 2014
Awesome job! I love the opened scroll technique, I'll have to use that sometime. Great work!
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  August 10, 2014
*facepalm* I just realized that's grey, not tan :P
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  August 10, 2014
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga By far, this is your best build yet. The scene is well-photographed, the floor is superbly detailed, and the scroll/novel collection is great. You added just the right blend of colors and tan into this, without getting too mixed or too monochromatic. Nice work.
Wow, really? I linked the yellow in the story pictures, I thought it give it more of a candle lit feel. Thanks man!
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  August 9, 2014
By far, this is your best build yet. The scene is well-photographed, the floor is superbly detailed, and the scroll/novel collection is great. You added just the right blend of colors and tan into this, without getting too mixed or too monochromatic. Nice work.
  August 9, 2014
This is amazing. The floor is fantastic. The scroll is a clever piece usage. I also like the chandelier.
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  August 9, 2014
Great looking set!
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  August 9, 2014
Quoting Julia LeeP Nice work, Ool! The floor is very interesting, and looks like it must have been very tedious for you to put together, although I would say the the colors are a little too many for my liking (although I guess this is probably for lack of bricks)...a lot of your favorites are my favorites also! Anyways, excellent work here.
Thank you, Julia! You are exactly right about the floor. I intended to make it larger as well, but parts disallowed. It is a small world indeed, very cool!
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  August 9, 2014
Nice work, Ool! The floor is very interesting, and looks like it must have been very tedious for you to put together, although I would say the the colors are a little too many for my liking (although I guess this is probably for lack of bricks). I really love that chandelier design, but my favorite part is how you represented all of your favorite book series here-- a lot of your favorites are my favorites also! Anyways, excellent work here.
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  August 9, 2014
Quoting Prof. B. I say you did amazing! That floor is sweet! Love those shelves. And, as usual, the story was written extremely well. The Mysterious Benedict Society is an awesome series. :P
Thank a million! Yeah, it is one of my favorite series.
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  August 8, 2014
exciting little archive hide away !.....well done
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  August 8, 2014
Interesting ! Nice done
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  August 8, 2014
Nice job!
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  August 8, 2014
I say you did amazing! That floor is sweet! Love those shelves. And, as usual, the story was written extremely well. The Mysterious Benedict Society is an awesome series. :P
 
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