Castle Brimstone. A village that rests on two seperated islands. A Castle sitting on the third island secures all as a haven for safe trading and community.
About this creation
Castle Brimstone was built in Dec, 2003 through to Feb, 2004.
Castle Brimstone consists of three islands where two villages and a Castle reside.
The Larger Island which holds the Castle has been raised 15 bricks in the middle and is sitting on A grassy hill. The Castle has three entrances, one being the Main one which is held down with a Drawbridge, another is to the side of the Castle and the third which is at the rear which leads to a Dock. The Castle consisits of a Three storey Keep which is located to the Rear of the Structure. The bottom floor being the dungeons, the second floor being ground height with the Castle courtyard consists of an Armory and Stables which can hold up to 10 horses. The third floor is the King and Queens quarters and Dining room. Across tfrom the Keep is a Pub on the ground floor and a hotel above it. On top of the rear entrance is the witchs hall and underneath that is the soldiers barracks. There are three main Towers defending this Castle and these are just on the inner walls. At the front of the Castle is another watch tower to moitor incoming traffic. I tmay look as though it is a seperate building, it is actually accesible from the tower that sits behind it.
The Village has been seperated by a river which is accessible from a bridge between the two. Both these villages are also accessible to the Castle through another bridge and the Main Draw bridge. Each building in this town has its reasons for this community to survive. There is the Carpenter, the Markets, the Fisheries, the Mill, etc.
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Wow, that is amazing. Although the walls don't have a good amount of color, the patters made with the arches really makes it stand out! Excellent Job and I like the way you connected the town to the actual castle.
Haha,it's been a good while since my last review,and now,after a few more Mocs under my belt,improved building skills,and a few names later,I still agree.Congrats on getting Moc of the Day,it's always good to see some castle~LL
Absolutely gorgeous & great design! You really deserve the "MOC of the day". I like the openable walls a lot, and I love your landscaping with Lego pieces. I always wanted to do so, but simply just donīt have enough parts. I tried some landscaping with real rocks etc., which I like as well and which seems to be a nice solution. Anyways, great job! Congrats & happy building, Steffen