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The Siege of Dragonkrag . Dragonkrag is under siege! Can the Dragon Knights defend their seaside fort from the Lion Knights? . The Lions have allied with the Crown Knights to defeat the Dragons! But the Dragons won't give up without a fight! The Crown Knights have attacked from the sea as the Lions attack on land! The Dragons arm their mighty ballista's and attack the Crown navy! KER-SPLASH! The ballista destroys one of the Crown boats! But the Crown navy have torched the other balista tower! Huzza! The Green Dragons have come to help the Dragon Kights! The Dragons fight with renewed vigour as hope once more burns in their hearts! The Lions and Crown Kights will not taste victory this day! I've been eager to build a castle for a long time now, I hadn't built any since the rainbow fortress's of my early years as a Lego Maniac, so I finally cleared off my desk, broke out the grey 1x2's and 1x4's that I ordered from bricklink, and started building! The main idea came from the raised baseplate (also from bricklink :D ) and the seaside castle began forming around it. I did some experimenting with this castle, it was the first time I tried a round tower, and then I threw in an angled wall and a curved corner on the wall. It took some thinking and there's a few ugly joints where the walls didn't meet up nice, but overall I think my experiment looks pretty good. And just as the attackers reach the door... spikes slide out of the wall!


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