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MOC Olympics: Round One: Ring of Fire . Reading this category, I instantly thought of Orthanc, and how the once-green Ring of Isengard had been burned and stripped of all life. . I recall there needing to be some component of a chain connecting to the MOC Olympics group... was that a... "link"? I believe this is the fourth font I've downloaded for use on the title picture of a LEGO creation. A head-on view of the whole creation. Some crane-ish doodad. While lots of the surrounding forest is used to fuel the fires below, some wood is simply left out to rot. The top of the tower. Those rubber claws are really ideal for this use. And the top detaches to reveal the Caverns of Isengard below! Pretend the Isengard Theme is playing. A shot of the river of molten metal. The river flows into molds, where it is formed into bars ready for... wrought-ing? The pile of equipment and the blacksmith tables. And lastly, the fires used to melt the ore and fueled by the trees of Fangorn. Thanks for looking!


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