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Ninjago Shrines: Earth and Fire . I bult two Ninjago shrines with my cousin, an Earth shrine and a Fire shrine. . If anybody has been wondering why I haven't been posting very many MOCs lately, I have had a very bad case of MOCer's block. My cousin came to visit a little while ago. He's really into Ninjago, so we built two Ninjago shrines, one housing the Sycthe of Earth, the other the Sword of Fire. Most of it was made by me, though. We meant to built an Ice shrine too, but he had to leave before we could finish it. We'll start with the Earth shrine. It isn't as big as the Fire shrine, but is much more detailed. The Fire shrine is bigger but not as detailed. It honestly feels a little...empty. I still like how I did the snake statue holding the sword. Until next MOC! If I ever get any ideas for one...


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