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Here are the first bit of scores! Hopefully the rest will be done by the end of today.

Deus:

Bulbasaur
Subject: 4/5 a rather difficult Pokemon to build by any standards. I have personal experience going between "This is great!" to "This looks like a pile of lawn clippings" when building mine.

Resemblance: 7/10 It's about as close as you can get on this scale, but the colors are a bit off and the bulb is slightly far forward in my opinion.

Flow: 9/10 Much less gappy than my model, and it has that organic feel.

Creativity: 4/5 While you used a few pre-existing methods, your minifig hand and rubber band connection was very clever.

Presentation: 4/5 Good pictures, but the lack of a back view, while not entirely necessary for judging the Pokemon as a whole, cost you a perfect score.

Total: 28

Ivysaur:
Subject: 4/5 Another difficult build, with more detail than Bulbasaur but at a bigger scale.

Resemblance: 7/10 Again, the colors couldn't really be helped, and this is close to as good as Lego allows an Ivysaur to be built, but I looked online, and at a miniature that I own, and Ivysaur doesn't have a tail in either.

Flow: 7/10 A little bit jagged in some parts, and the head design is a little confusing.

Creativity: 5/5 This is for sure your own design, and lots of interesting techniques are used.

Presentation: 5/5 All the angles I needed were presented in clear, clean pictures.

Total: 28

Venusar:

Subject: 3/5 At this scale, it is pretty easy to put the necessary detail on Venusaur, but it's still no easy task.

Resemblance: 8/10 Well done! The feet look good, as does the flower.

Flow: 7/10 Some good, organic parts are present, but the head is a little on the messy side, as are how you connected the feet.

Creativity: 4/5 I like the studs-sideways parts, and the flower detail is good too (although it looks like it would fall of :P)

Presentation: 5/5 All necessary angles and good photography.

Total: 27

Average: 27.67

Kingler:
Subject: 3/5 Lots of details going on, but he is a rather large Pokemon and parts in his colors are pretty common.

Resemblance: 9/10 Brilliant details, with a few inaccuracies such as the cheese slopes on the head. This is probably my favorite design out of all the entries.

Flow: 8/10 The back is a bit messy, what with the lightsaber blade and the hand and the clips, but overall a very organic build.

Creativity: 5/5 Awesome use of that sausage piece!

Presentation: 4/5 some side angles are missing, but the pictures are good.

Total: 29

Ponyta:
Subject: 3/5 Not a ton of detail on a Ponyta, but they are small and somewhat tricky.

Resemblance: 6/10 Not your best work here, but it still is recognizeable.

Flow: 6/10 That rubber band connection is rather messy. It gets the job done, but with some aesthetic hinderance.

Creativity: 5/5 Interesting way to connect the fire and the legs!

Presentation: 3/5 Just one pic?

Total: 23

Krabby:
Subject: 4/5 A difficult Pokemon to build, Krabby has some intricate detail at a small scale.

Resemblance: 6/10 Recognizeable, but missing claws, the little head detail, etc.

Flow: 7/10 Cleaner than your Ponyta, but not entirely organic looking.

Creativity: 4/5 Good work on the connections, the arms were well-positioned.

Presentation: 2/5 Again, only one picture. This time though, it really hindered my understanding of how you did the back connection.

Total: 23

+1 for having Kanto extras.

Grand total: 80.67
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| May 10, 2011, 11:50 am
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Sorry, Callan, I had your scores up and all detailed and everything, but my computer had a little hiccup and they didn't get posted. Your final score was 70.67.
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| May 10, 2011, 7:14 pm
Quoting Cody G
Sorry, Callan, I had your scores up and all detailed and everything, but my computer had a little hiccup and they didn't get posted. Your final score was 70.67.

What?!? Darn, it must have been that darn Octillery that lagged my scores. Congrats, Deus. :D
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| May 10, 2011, 7:45 pm
Quoting Callan Lord of Fire
What?!? Darn, it must have been that darn Octillery that lagged my scores. Congrats, Deus. :D

so deus is first so far...wait for mine and the other scores till we can brag...or not.
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| May 10, 2011, 7:47 pm
I already know that I'm not going to have any bragging rights...
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| May 10, 2011, 7:49 pm
Quoting Cipher Admin Miror B. (Leon Powalski)
I already know that I'm not going to have any bragging rights...

your Rayquaza alone deserves bragging rights.so do te other pokemon in ur entry, u just have to make them out of real legos.
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| May 10, 2011, 7:51 pm
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Stormbringer:

Marowak:
Subject: 3/5 A smaller Pokemon with an okay amount of detail. Somewhat difficult to build.

Resemblance: 7/10 Pretty darn close! A little big, I think, and the legs are a little long.

Flow: 6/10 Slightly robotic looking, but the body is very good.

Creativity: 4/5 Nice use of the droid body as a head!

Presentation: 3/5 No back view?

Total: 23

Cubone:
Subject: 4/5 Pretty much the same as Marowak, but smaller.

Resemblance: 8/10 Better proportioned than your Marowak, and it has the cute factor that Cubone has.

Flow: 6/10 Pretty simple, but organic looking enough for this scale.

Creativity: 5/5 Awesome work on the head, I never would have thought of that. Simply brilliant.

Presentation: 3/5 Missing a back view again.

Total: 26

Average: 24.5

Scyther:
Subject: 4/5 A difficult Pokemon that took me a long time to design.

Resemblance: 7/10 Instantly recognizable, but with some color differences. I'm not loving the wings either.

Flow: 6/10 A little bit awkward, especially in the body, but still keeps the details together nicely.

Creativity: 4/5 Lots of very interesting attachments. Nice work!

Presentation: 3/5 Again with the missing back view.

Total: 25

Magmar:
Subject: 3/5 Lots of detail, but at this scale, not too difficult to get in.

Resemblance: 8/10 Sans the rounded shoulders and the snout, this guy is a spitting image of Magmar.

Flow: 8/10 Very well done, this is very sleek.

Creativity: 5/5 Some very interesting connections and techniques.

Presentation: 2/5 Oh no, he's only seen from one angle!

Total: 26

Latios:
Subject: 4/5 Difficult amount of detail. Spikes are tough to do.

Resemblance: 8/10 Scary good. Not perfect, but those aerodynamic shapes are tough.

Flow: 7/10 The studs are a bit distracting, but excellent everywhere else.

Creativity: 4/5 Cool use of the flippers, the wing fins are sort of supposed to be used for wing fin purposes though. :p

Presentation: 5/5 Finally, all the angles necessary!

Total: 28

Gallade:
Subject: 3/5 Not a ton of detail, but the curves seem challenging.

Resemblance: 6/10 The roundness doesn't show as well as it should, but it is recognizeable and fairly accurate.

Flow: 6/10 A little robotish for such a smooth Pokemon. Clean build though.

Creativity: 4/5 Good use of the Katanas!

Presentation: 3/5 No back view.

Total: 21

Grand total: 77.5
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| May 10, 2011, 8:09 pm
Yay, I'm second.... Congrats to Deus!
Well this is my first CYOA contest and making Pokemon, but I've learn some vaulable lessons.
Always include back shots of the Pokemon!

Meh, it was fun though. Maybe next time.
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| May 10, 2011, 8:42 pm
I'm on everyone's lego creations!!!!!
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| May 10, 2011, 8:44 pm
Quoting Stormbringer .
Yay, I'm second.... Congrats to Deus!
Well this is my first CYOA contest and making Pokemon, but I've learn some vaulable lessons.
Always include back shots of the Pokemon!

Meh, it was fun though. Maybe next time.

WHAT?!? You came second to Deus?!? Dang! Well, I personally thought you had the best compilation, but second ain't bad either! Third.... meh..... :D
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| May 10, 2011, 8:44 pm
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Archangel:

Magnemite:
Subject: 2/5 Not a very challenging Pokemon. Very basic stuff.

Resemblance: 6/10 Recognizable, but the magnets are a bit stubby, and he's missing some bolts.

Flow: 5/10 Kind of bricky, not quite as sleek as a magnemite should be.

Creativity: 2/5 Pretty basic, but the sideways-studs are decent.

Presentation: 3/5 No back view.

Total: 18

Magneton:
Subject: 2/10 Three magnemites. Not too difficult.

Resemblance: 5/10 Recognizable, but some key elements are missing.

Flow: 5/10 Studs on the faces kind of ruin the sleek feel of magneton.

Creativity: 3/5 pretty basic again, but decent techniques.

Presentation: 3/5 Again, only a front view.

Total: 18

Average: 18

Geodude:

Subject: 2/5 Another basic, low-detail Pokemon.

Resemblance: 6/10 From what I can tell, it looks a lot like Geodude. Color-wise, not so great, and the arms are a bit awkward.

Flow: 7/10 Flows nicely, but the arms are robotic.

Creativity: 4/5 I had no idea how you attached the arms, but it looks tricky.

Presentation: 2/5 Only one solo picture.

Total: 21

Klink:
Subject: 3/5 Difficult to get the right details in at that scale.

Resemblance: 5/10 Recognizable, but missing some details. Red noses aren't accurate shiny colors.

Flow: 8/10 Pretty hard to mess that one up.

Creativity: 2/5 Not much you could do here, but it's just not that clever of a build.

Presentation: 2/5 Only one picture.

Total: 20

Yamask:
Subject: 3/5 Some weird curves and details.

Resemblance: 6/10 Great hands, decent head, okay lower body.

Flow: 6/10 Coloration sort of breaks apart the the MOC.

Creativity: 4/5 Nice connections!

Presentation: 1/5 only one pic, and it's in a group shot.

Total: 20

Foongus:

Subject: 2/5 Another easy Pokemon.

Resemblance: 7/10 Apart from the squareness, a perfect resemblance.

Flow: 6/10 Studs and squareness don't work well together. Very bricky.

Creativity: 2/5 No particularly interesting techniques used.

Presentation: 2/5 only group pics, and there's only two of them.

Total: 19

Grand total: 59


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| May 10, 2011, 8:56 pm
YAY!!! I GOT FOURTH!?!?!?!AWESOME!
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| May 10, 2011, 8:59 pm
Quoting The Archangel
YAY!!! I GOT FOURTH!?!?!?!AWESOME!

Not yet. My scores aren't up yet
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| May 10, 2011, 9:35 pm
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Sorry Leon, another hiccup on my computer deleted your review. You got a 63.5.
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| May 10, 2011, 11:06 pm
Quoting Cody G
Sorry Leon, another hiccup on my computer deleted your review. You got a 63.5.

Darn! I wanted to hear what you had to say about them... anyways, the most annoying thing ever just happened to me. I just figured out how to build Ho-Oh's wings. I've been trying for a while, and I was hoping to post it for this contest. i just hate it when things like that happen...
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| May 10, 2011, 11:16 pm
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Congrats to our four winners! All these entries were great, and a score range of only twenty points is very close when there are three Pokemon totaling your score. I'm glad you all entered!
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| May 10, 2011, 11:19 pm
Quoting Cody G
Sorry Leon, another hiccup on my computer deleted your review. You got a 63.5.

Can I at least have a very basic evaluation? Like what was good and what was bad?
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| May 10, 2011, 11:20 pm
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Quoting Cipher Admin Miror B. (Leon Powalski)
Can I at least have a very basic evaluation? Like what was good and what was bad?

Staru and Starmie were about the same, Bulbasaur was okay, and Rayquaza was the high score. Overall, they were pretty even across the board, with only about five points difference.
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| May 10, 2011, 11:30 pm
Congrats Deus, Stormbringer, and Leon! It's great to share the victory with you! :D
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| May 11, 2011, 6:54 am
Quoting Stormbringer .
Yay, I'm second

Uhh... I'm going to go and wake up now, OK?

It's sort of boring to know you dream, because I can't shoot fireballs in my dreams and can hardly levitate...
You know how I feel?

I AM good with creating people and creatures, though...
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| May 11, 2011, 3:04 pm
Quoting Deus Otiosus
Uhh... I'm going to go and wake up now, OK?

It's sort of boring to know you dream, because I can't shoot fireballs in my dreams and can hardly levitate...
You know how I feel?

I AM good with creating people and creatures, though...
?? What are you talking about? Sorry, you're not making any sense.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:22 pm
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He's saying he's dreaming because he beat you. But he's sad because in this dream he's not able to shoot fireballs.

I think you would have done much better if you had built bigger Pokemon though, Stormbringer. Your experience with dragons would have helped you make a kickaxe Gyarados.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:41 pm
I still really love that Latios.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:46 pm
Quoting Cody G
kickaxe Gyarados.

The face is hard.

And kicking axes hurts. I've tried.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:47 pm
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Quoting Deus Otiosus
The face is hard.

And kicking axes hurts. I've tried.

There's a pretty good Red Gyarados on the pages, but none in blue. The face is a little off, but it's still awesome.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:50 pm
Hmmm, I wonder who made it. Let me guess, Cody, did you make it? I saw the MOC so you can't deny it. Its the way Senor Smileyface my alter ego corners his victims. And the way I win pokemon battles.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:55 pm
Quoting Cody G
There's a pretty good Red Gyarados on the pages,

I've seen it, yes.

There are the pieces and body is easy, but I will try it if I ever get the whiskers.
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| May 11, 2011, 4:56 pm
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Quoting Sir Killsalot Stick Knight of the Stick Table
Hmmm, I wonder who made it. Let me guess, Cody, did you make it? I saw the MOC so you can't deny it. Its the way Senor Smileyface my alter ego corners his victims. And the way I win pokemon battles.

Nope, this guy did. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/207812 I've never done a Gyarados.
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| May 11, 2011, 5:02 pm
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