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Magicalandia - A Microscale Medieval Town . This is a threequel to a series of microscale creations I've made. This is also a entry for the Mini Castle Contest VI. . Overview A Walk Through the Town First, we start at the gates of the town. Moving through the gates, we come to the first two houses. Here's the blacksmith's house. Here's the tavern. The first two houses are based on The Medieval Market Village. As we move over the bridge we get to two more houses. Here, we have the tailor shop. For those who don't know what a tailor is, A tailor is someone who makes clothing. Next, we have the attiliator shop. For those who don't know what a attiliator is, an attiliator is someone who makes clothing. Almost done, we have two more buildings. Here's the general store. And here's the Alchemist's/Wizards store/house. Last, but not least, we have the castle with the king and a squire coming out of it. Details For my "style" of micro I do, I put it in microfig scale where I could image a micro fig (1 1/3 bricks high) could actually fit in a building (theoretically). Plus, with all my buildings, I have it so each of them match one another. You'll notice how three of them share a type of roof, while two specific houses share a bottom, and so forth. See if you can find all the different matches. Two of the houses have openings on the side for microfigs to get in to (via the stairs). Here's the types of trees. Here's the landscape with no buildings. Figures Here's the king and his guards. And here's the villagers (the few). Other Microscale Creations Compared Bonus Photo Dun-dunt-duuuhhh duhhhh! Notes: Hey everyone, not many notes today, but except that I've been saving this since May! And that this is an entry for the Mini Castle Contest VI. If you would like to, please comment, rate, add me as your favorite builder, or check out my other creations. Constructive criticism is always welcome! ~Casey~


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