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Beyond the Sky
Something is out there...
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Day 500
Today marks the five hundredth day after the black flood that destroyed the world. Ive lost track of the present date, but it must be sometime in the winter of 2017. In these days of toil and solitude, I have sacrificed the vigor of my life to the obsessive construction of my horrible machine. Dear reader, if you stumble upon these notes, pray for the future and allow me to finish my story.

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Day 564
The machines input analyzer broke; it will take the next week of scavenging through the backyard to find the right equipment to deal with this. When things are back in order, the hope of salvation will dawn once again. I must get back to work.


Day 601
The signals that Ive been receiving in the past few days didnt register on any familiar frequency. Is my machine broken again? The noise of these clicks is highly unusual. I better do a full check-up to make sure the receivers are in working order.


Day 623
The abnormal sounds have persisted for more than three weeks, and even though every component of my machine seems functional, I sense that something is deeply wrong. For two years I have failed to establish contact with other survivors of the apocalypse through building this advanced communications device, and now someone may be out there. The thought of being the only one left in the world used to be disquieting, but this sudden feeling of not being alone among ashes and ruins seems so much more disturbing.

Day 630
I have been unable to sleep for the past two nights. Oh damnation! That cursed sound from my abominable creation keeps intensifying and resonating through the lifeless night. Its picking up a signal. The Judgment Day is near!


Day 633
I woke up yesterday to an earth-shattering impact. The past few days have spun to a delirious blur until I collapsed unconscious, but as I stepped out of my shelter and set gaze upon a repulsive glowing ooze and the gruesome thing that fell out of the sky, all my nightmares and fears returned with intensely amplified terror. Amidst the jarring din of the machine I lost my footing and fell from the second tier of my establishment. My body is alright now, for I have sustained much more brutal injuries in the past. Even so, I cannot disregard the horror that crashed into this world from beyond the sky, for it rekindles the familiar agonizing memories of our worlds demise. And suddenly through a stark realization I dreadfully ponder if our world is already dead, can it die again?



































































































































































Comments

Nannan Z.
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Mark E
  May 10, 2011
OOh that is awesome I like it!
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  December 27, 2010
The technique behind the green pool of liquid is simply amazing. Did this build cause a Bricklink shortage of light grey studs?
Nannan Z.
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Ben Rose
  October 31, 2010
(Calls Bricklink) ...Thats right, ALL the grey studs. Muahahaha. But seriously, very nice creation, and story.
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  September 27, 2010
...Holy awesomeness...
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  April 10, 2009
Hmmm... green cherries from the sky! Awesome dio, nobody can make rubble like you do.
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  March 20, 2009
amazing! great story great dio...and sooo many gray studs!!!
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  November 3, 2008
I seriously wish you were making movies because this set is incredible.
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  October 30, 2008
Whoah. Very inspiring... Thanks!
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  September 4, 2008
We are not alone..... Is it alright if I borrow the rubble effect? Great work - Callum
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  August 10, 2008
nice, I love the railing on the road and the detail on the building, great job
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  August 8, 2008
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  July 25, 2008
Nice Nannan,your works are always inspritional
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  July 23, 2008
This is the best rubble I've seen to date. The random look works.
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  July 21, 2008
Totally insane...I love it! The sea of gray is awesome, and as always, your road is sweet.
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  July 21, 2008
im still waiting to see what else you come up with. anyway, if you have the time please comment on some of my new mocs.
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  July 18, 2008
One thing is driving me nuts; the portion of road that has seemingly lost it's other half is in ridiculously good condition compared to the rest of the scene. Why didn't you tear up the street? I mean, how can everything be in complete ruin except the street right next to it?
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  July 16, 2008
nice work. you really have a lot of talent. please comment on some of my mocs.
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  July 16, 2008
I am stunned by the level of detail and the shear creativity that went into this. Wow!!!
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  July 16, 2008
exellent build, great story i'm going to have to build something to cheer up. any excuse !!!
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  July 14, 2008
Fantastic build. I really like the story (good choice of font) and the rubble effect.
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  July 14, 2008
Did you really have that Cyclopean Virtue (the one with the poem) sitting around all this time, and you just now re-used it for the road? Anyways, excellent work, again. Nice choice of font, by the way!
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  July 14, 2008
Wow!... First, great use of legs. Very nice. Also, you are the only person that I know, who can take a pile of 1x1s and such, lay them there, and make it look unachievable by mere mortals like us! Really excellent work, there Nannan! This is great.
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  July 13, 2008
Amazing!!! :O. Now, I can be considered myself a loser in the competition. T.T
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  July 13, 2008
Amazing as usual, but this one is really good.
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  July 13, 2008
And here I was thinking you didn't even own any old gray.
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  July 13, 2008
So much detail! A truly fantastic job. I like your idea of how to make a debris field using small circular pieces, that way it looks like rubble. The destroyed building was an great idea to fit in there. Nice job.
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  July 13, 2008
WOW, you really outdid yourself this time! I didn't even notice the turret on the roof until you zoomed in...NICE JOB!
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  July 13, 2008
Wonderfull moc...Probobly is one of my favs so far....I also have a theory as to what was in the pod.....BLEY FANTASY!
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  July 13, 2008
The beauty is in the details, Nannan! This is just fantastic. You sooooo better blog this on BB. I say that in case your one of those guys that doesn't like to tute his own horn. (Phipson, not a word out of you...it's an expression!) So is all that rubble from the Pick-a-brick box you had in Chicago? Whatever the case, you put it to seriously good use! Brilliant MOC!!!
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  July 13, 2008
WOW!! Nice idea with the rubble diorama and the alien oozz!!
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  July 13, 2008
This is now my favorite MOC by you, easily Top 5 so far this year. The rubble is very good looking *nice mix of bley and grey*, the machine gun on top looks very makeshift, yet powerful, the communications device looks also very makeshift, but practical, and the terrain, and the eroded structure/base of the house tie it all in together. Amazing job!
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  July 13, 2008
Creepy.....a good story, very mysterious.
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  July 13, 2008
Excellent work. I'd give you more than 5 stars if I could.
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  July 13, 2008
Wow great details!! and a fantastic story was well. You've given me a few more building ideas thanks! I like your overall constuction of the building and your radar tower is impressive. Great work!!
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  July 13, 2008
uht...... umm... wow. I am impressed to the point of having no criticisms, other than perhaps a request for some close-ups of the various machines, greebles, the person, and the meteor. I like it enough to want to see more. Bravo, very nice!
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  July 13, 2008
Must be one of your best in my opinion. Great detail! Nice storyline too. I feel ratherproud to be one of the first three (magic number) to review this. good day
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  July 13, 2008
Woah, that is awesome! Must have taken a while to get all those gray studs too.
 
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