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Rescue by Dashing Protagonist! . The Princess of the realm has been kidnapped by the nefarious Count Bloveld von Baddie. Against his private army, the whole realm's military stands no chance, yet it is now up to one minifig to save her life... . Notes: I've been working on this for a while, and I believe that it's the biggest thing I've built so far. Much of the comic owes inspiration to Rich Burlew's Order of the Stick web comic, along with movies such as The Princess Bride, and most of the James Bond films, although particularly the ones with Sean Connery. Photoshopping took forever, and I'm glad it's finally over with. Here's a few shots of the build so that you can get a better look at it than the comic: One wall was removable to make photography easier. I am rather proud of that staircase I must say, and I spent a lot of time figuring out how to build it. Some credit for the chandelier has to go to Swashbuckler, because looking at the chandelier in his Pirates of the Carribean On Stranger Tides- Palace Escape really helped me to design and make this one. Thanks for taking the time to read this. I think that this is going to be my last build before the MOColympics begin, and I'm looking forward to participating in them. EDIT: Sorry to make you expand some of the images to read, I forgot they wouldn't be displayed full size. Comments and ratings are greatly appreciated!


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