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Judges needed
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I will need 4 other judges besides me to volunteer to judge throughout the whole contest. I also need one extra judge that will be only be needed during the final 3 rounds of the competition (The Tilt). So a total of 5 judges being chosen.

If you have experience, a good eye for LEGO building talent in any field, or an above-average knowledge or appreciation of the Middle Ages, please spare time from December to March and volunteer to judge for this competition.

I will be choosing the judges from now until the competition starts. However, I may finish choosing judges well before that.


Please keep in mind that this contest will require hard work. We will be coming up with and selecting categories that will be used throughout this contest. In addition, you will have to make sure that the rules are followed, be able to answer questions (especially the questions about your categories), and be able to set time aside to judge/vote for LEGO creations promptly so that the contest can continue in an orderly fashion. If you volunteer, you are committing to the entirety of the contest.


If you know you can't commit to the whole contest, do not volunteer unless you specifically state that you could be the extra judge that will be available during the Tilt.
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| November 14, 2013, 3:55 pm
I shall volunteer to judge such a noble tournament as this.
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| December 1, 2013, 7:43 pm
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Sounds like a great contest, David! Unfortunately, I don't believe I will be able to compete nor be a "full" judge. It would be an honor to be the extra judge for the "Tilt" and help in creating the categories though.
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| December 1, 2013, 7:50 pm
Hurm.

1st qualification: Aprox. seven years of experience before MP, and I recently had a MOCiversary, so I'm good there.

2nd: Decent, I should think. I know what I like and what I don't like, at least.

3rd: Absolutely. That, and the Civil and 1st+2nd WW's are my favorite periods of history.
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| December 1, 2013, 8:43 pm
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Quoting Garrett A.
Hurm.

1st qualification: Aprox. seven years of experience before MP, and I recently had a MOCiversary, so I'm good there.

2nd: Decent, I should think. I know what I like and what I don't like, at least.

3rd: Absolutely. That, and the Civil and 1st+2nd WW's are my favorite periods of history.

I'm interested in the third. Could you give me a couple of examples of your knowledge, perhaps concerning knightly lifestyles as befits the Tourney?
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| December 1, 2013, 10:04 pm
Quoting Legotier : )
I shall volunteer to judge such a noble tournament as this.

The dark ages is one of my favorite subject, so I'd be good for the job.
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| December 1, 2013, 10:49 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
I'm interested in the third. Could you give me a couple of examples of your knowledge, perhaps concerning knightly lifestyles as befits the Tourney?

You ask the questions, we give you the answers.
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| December 2, 2013, 12:51 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
I'm interested in the third. Could you give me a couple of examples of your knowledge, perhaps concerning knightly lifestyles as befits the Tourney?


Well, obviously there is the code of chivalry, but that's a more everyday thing for knights.

The tournament was built around the melee. A melee would be a generally disorganized mock fight between two parties of knights. The knights would arrive individually or in companies, and then stay at one of the two main camps. The day the tournament was to begin, one party of knights would be "inside" the main settlement, and the other, "outside".

At mid-morning, the knights would line up for the estor, or charge. When the bugle was blown, the knights would level their lances, and the charge would begin. After contact was made, the knights still on horseback would turn quickly, and choose a knight to attack. Squires would be present, and offered three replacement lances for their knights to use. The tournament would then devolve into a simple mock skirmish, until eventually, both sides would be exhausted. The day following, there would be a huge feast, and the knights hat performed best would receive prizes, awarded at the lavish banquet.

Phew, hope that doesn't go to the mods.
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| December 2, 2013, 1:07 pm
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Quoting Stormjay Rider
You ask the questions, we give you the answers.

Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.

What piece of equipment does the modern word "target" come from?

In the mid-1300s, what would a knight's armor look like?

What is chivalry?

What is the name for the part of a joust where mounted warriors charged each other with lances?

What English king outlived five wives and what was the most common first name among these?

From what civilization did bards come from?

Where does the word "steward" come from?

What is the meaning of the French word "donjon?"

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)?

What do you believe King Arthur's kingdom, if it really existed, would have been like?
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| December 2, 2013, 1:12 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.

*Whoa, whoa? How did I end up commenting in here? Well, I'll do my best, but I guess I'm not an expert here. I probably will look up the answers to all of these when I'm done, though.

What piece of equipment does the modern word "target" come from?

In the mid-1300s, what would a knight's armor look like? *I'm not quite sure how to describe it. Very big. Silvery. With these chainsaw things in the shoulders.

What is chivalry? *The code of honor for knights.

What is the name for the part of a joust where mounted warriors charged each other with lances? *I thought it was just called a joust... I'm going to guess it is this "tilt" you speak of.

What English king outlived five wives and what was the most common first name among these? *Henry VIII.

From what civilization did bards come from? *Celts

Where does the word "steward" come from?

What is the meaning of the French word "donjon?" *I'm going to guess it's a prison.

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)? *You. You say you're a knight.

What do you believe King Arthur's kingdom, if it really existed, would have been like?
*I haven't thought about that.


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| December 2, 2013, 1:17 pm
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Quoting Garrett A.

That's impressive. I'll wait and see if anyone else has a good response, but you might end up as the second historical-consultant judge.
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| December 2, 2013, 1:29 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.

What piece of equipment does the modern word "target" come from?

No clue.

In the mid-1300s, what would a knight's armor look like?

What Stormy said.

What is chivalry?

Code of honor for knights.

What is the name for the part of a joust where mounted warriors charged each other with lances?

Tilt.

What English king outlived five wives and what was the most common first name among these?

Dunno.

From what civilization did bards come from?

Celtic, it seems.

Where does the word "steward" come from?

No clue again.

What is the meaning of the French word "donjon?"

Prison.

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)?

Walter Raleigh. No one said it had to be from the Dark Ages.

What do you believe King Arthur's kingdom, if it really existed, would have been like?

Exactly as described in Conneticut Yankee and King Arthur's Court.



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| December 2, 2013, 1:31 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
That's impressive. I'll wait and see if anyone else has a good response, but you might end up as the second historical-consultant judge.


Thank you sir.
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| December 2, 2013, 1:32 pm
Oh, and it appeared I missed part of the question. Catherine.
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| December 2, 2013, 2:00 pm
Quoting Legotier : )
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.


chivalry a set of rules, knights have to obey.

Knights armor consisted of plate armor over Chain mail.

The main event of the joust is the joust.

my favorite real knight is Prince Edward.



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| December 2, 2013, 2:10 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)?

I don't want to be a judge, I just felt like answering the question. While not a knight, my favorite medieval warrior was Duke William II of Normandy. Or better known as William the Conqueror.
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| December 2, 2013, 2:14 pm
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Quoting Jacob Pennington
I don't want to be a judge, I just felt like answering the question. While not a knight, my favorite medieval warrior was Duke William II of Normandy. Or better known as William the Conqueror.

Or William the... oh, right, that's why you didn't put that one. Nice choice. Mine is Pierre Terrail, knight of Bayard at present.
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| December 2, 2013, 3:54 pm
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If you still need a judge I would love to be one. Regardless, good luck David, I hope this contest turns out well. It sounds like a really good idea.
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| December 2, 2013, 5:00 pm
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Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.

What piece of equipment does the modern word "target" come from? Just guessing here...Shield?

In the mid-1300s, what would a knight's armor look like? I believe it was a full set of armour (plates) with chain mail underneath.

What is chivalry?
Chivalry is/was the code of honour which all knights were required to follow.

What is the name for the part of a joust where mounted warriors charged each other with lances? I always thought that was called the joust... Is this a trick question?

What English king outlived five wives and what was the most common first name among these? Henry VIII and the name was Catherine.

From what civilization did bards come from?
The Celts I believe, although the Irish use the term as well.

Where does the word "steward" come from?
Um....I know it means "In charge" or something like that. Not sure where it came from.

What is the meaning of the French word "donjon?" I know this one....I think. Wasn't the donjon part of the Keep?

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)? Sir Peter Jackson!!!! ;P Probably Charlemagne.

What do you believe King Arthur's kingdom, if it really existed, would have been like?
Well, similar to the legends, but probably a bit more "real."





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| December 2, 2013, 10:54 pm
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Quoting Mark McPeek
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Here are a few questions over random medieval knowledge. Tell me if you know any of then from off the top of your heads - no Wikipedia! I'll be impressed if you can answer very many, and remember that not all judges have to know much about the middle ages.

What piece of equipment does the modern word "target" come from? Just guessing here...Shield?

In the mid-1300s, what would a knight's armor look like? I believe it was a full set of armour (plates) with chain mail underneath.

What is chivalry?
Chivalry is/was the code of honour which all knights were required to follow.

What is the name for the part of a joust where mounted warriors charged each other with lances? I always thought that was called the joust... Is this a trick question?

What English king outlived five wives and what was the most common first name among these? Henry VIII and the name was Catherine.

From what civilization did bards come from?
The Celts I believe, although the Irish use the term as well.

Where does the word "steward" come from?
Um....I know it means "In charge" or something like that. Not sure where it came from.

What is the meaning of the French word "donjon?" I know this one....I think. Wasn't the donjon part of the Keep?

Who is your favorite REAL knight (Mallory's characters from Le Morte de Arthur don't count)? Sir Peter Jackson!!!! ;P Probably Charlemagne.

What do you believe King Arthur's kingdom, if it really existed, would have been like?
Well, similar to the legends, but probably a bit more "real."





Jolly good! It seems that, whoever we choose, we will not be lacking in knowledgeable judges. Now, I think we need Lego builders in medieval and other fields, such as full-scale models, Technic/Bionicle, modern life or sci-fi, to fill our remaining positions. I'm not ruling out anyone here - I'm merely satisfied with the third category mentioned.
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| December 3, 2013, 7:21 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Jolly good! It seems that, whoever we choose, we will not be lacking in knowledgeable judges. Now, I think we need Lego builders in medieval and other fields, such as full-scale models, Technic/Bionicle, modern life or sci-fi, to fill our remaining positions. I'm not ruling out anyone here - I'm merely satisfied with the third category mentioned.

I have built in all of those fields, and Sci-fi is one of my Favorites.
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| December 3, 2013, 9:30 pm
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If you need a judge, I am available.
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| December 6, 2013, 11:28 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Jolly good! It seems that, whoever we choose, we will not be lacking in knowledgeable judges. Now, I think we need Lego builders in medieval and other fields, such as full-scale models, Technic/Bionicle, modern life or sci-fi, to fill our remaining positions. I'm not ruling out anyone here - I'm merely satisfied with the third category mentioned.


I do plenty of Bionicle building.
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| December 6, 2013, 1:23 pm
Quoting Garrett A.

I do plenty of Bionicle building.

I can tell. :P
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| December 6, 2013, 1:26 pm
Quoting Stormjay Rider
I can tell. :P


Yes, but can Gilly?
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| December 6, 2013, 1:59 pm
Quoting Garrett A.

Yes, but can Gilly?

You're way overdue on posting, you know.
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| December 6, 2013, 1:59 pm
Quoting Stormjay Rider
You're way overdue on posting, you know.


Wish I had time.
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| December 6, 2013, 2:01 pm
I am happy to judge if you want! =D
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| December 6, 2013, 2:09 pm
I'll do it!
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| December 6, 2013, 2:17 pm
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Quoting Garrett A.

Yes, but can Gilly?

Yes, Gilly is aware of this. I've done background checks on everyone who has posted in this thread.
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| December 6, 2013, 2:58 pm
So, I won't actually be able to compete (probably) because I'm not motivated enough to build in castle. However, I can still judge. I can evaluate system builds pretty well, have a good appreciation of medieval warfare (and some other stuff, but mainly warfare), and have experience judging in the Bio-Revamp Cup.
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| December 7, 2013, 1:03 pm
David, let me be a judge. Not only am I good with criticizing other people's work, I'm also around, like, 24-7, so I can give feedback when needed.

Since I don't have the bricks to do a full size castle, therefore pointless for me to enter, I would think that this would be perfect for me.

So unless you chose your four, please consider me as a judge, I would really appreciate it.
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| December 7, 2013, 3:47 pm
Hay DTFN! I would be willing to judge if you want me. I recently picked up alot of experience from the rather haphazard 2013 brick battle games which included basically running the contest by my self for a round or two. the only thing that might possibly get in the way would be MELO but I can work around that.
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| December 7, 2013, 3:55 pm
Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch
David, let me be a judge. Not only am I good with criticizing other people's work, I'm also around, like, 24-7, so I can give feedback when needed.

Since I don't have the bricks to do a full size castle, therefore pointless for me to enter, I would think that this would be perfect for me.

So unless you chose your four, please consider me as a judge, I would really appreciate it.


I don't have pieces for a large castle either, but I don't think any of the categories will require one. (Also, it sounds nicer if you say critiquing, not criticizing :)
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| December 7, 2013, 3:56 pm
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga

1(Also, it sounds nicer if you say critiquing, not criticizing :)


2)I don't have pieces for a large castle either, but I don't think any of the categories will require one.


1)Well, I meant that in the sarcastic tone that I always have.....haven't you seen my LOM MOCs?

2)Plus I'm to lazy to do specific things, I like entering my own things when I want. They never seemed to get noticed even when I do go all out,so I would be comfortable judging....that is if I'll be taken....
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| December 7, 2013, 4:01 pm
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Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch

1)Well, I meant that in the sarcastic tone that I always have.....haven't you seen my LOM MOCs?

2)Plus I'm to lazy to do specific things, I like entering my own things when I want. They never seemed to get noticed even when I do go all out,so I would be comfortable judging....that is if I'll be taken....

I can tell you that size is not a deciding factor - we will be looking more for skill, and we realize that no one can complete a giant castle in two weeks. Also, you might want to try to cut down on your use of pieces like shaped baseplates or cast rock/wall pieces in your all-out builds; I found out shortly after I joined MOCpages that people are more impressed by custom-built details. Finally, fear not - we will consider you as a judge along with everyone else who has applied here. We won't start making decisions until the fourteenth, though.
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| December 7, 2013, 7:18 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Also, you might want to try to cut down on your use of pieces like shaped baseplates or cast rock/wall pieces in your all-out builds; I found out shortly after I joined MOCpages that people are more impressed by custom-built details.


This is the exact reason I don't want to compete. I can't help it if this is all I can really use. It's a matter of money, and going into college right now leaves me short on cash an away from any legos.

My MOCs are not designed to be pretty, with all the rock-colored slope bricks and tons of foliage; my MOCs are surrounded by witty and funny stories and characters. I find it sad that you all judge people by the amount of rocks and walls you can make and not the overall MOC, story and bricks. I don't mean to sound mad or hateful(which I truly don't), I just find it sad that that's what MOCs must be in order to be popular by these standards....

Don't get me wrong, I admire those who can do this, but like I said, it's a matter of money, which I don't have.

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| December 9, 2013, 1:23 pm
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Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch

This is the exact reason I don't want to compete. I can't help it if this is all I can really use. It's a matter of money, and going into college right now leaves me short on cash an away from any legos.

My MOCs are not designed to be pretty, with all the rock-colored slope bricks and tons of foliage; my MOCs are surrounded by witty and funny stories and characters. I find it sad that you all judge people by the amount of rocks and walls you can make and not the overall MOC, story and bricks. I don't mean to sound mad or hateful(which I truly don't), I just find it sad that that's what MOCs must be in order to be popular by these standards....

Don't get me wrong, I admire those who can do this, but like I said, it's a matter of money, which I don't have.

Sorry, I only set so many points aside for witty stories when I judge LOM challenges - fascinating techniques, aesthetics and clever parts usage make up most of the points I allot when I judge. We are working on a tier system in the LOM that might help those without as many resources score a few points, though.
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| December 9, 2013, 6:05 pm
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga

I don't have pieces for a large castle either, but I don't think any of the categories will require one. (Also, it sounds nicer if you say critiquing, not criticizing :)

I have large castle pieces, but I don't use them to make the castles, just because I don't like them. But I don't have the pieces to make something big without them either, so most of my stuff is pretty small... which is perfectly fine.
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| December 9, 2013, 7:23 pm
Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch

This is the exact reason I don't want to compete. I can't help it if this is all I can really use. It's a matter of money, and going into college right now leaves me short on cash an away from any legos.

My MOCs are not designed to be pretty, with all the rock-colored slope bricks and tons of foliage; my MOCs are surrounded by witty and funny stories and characters. I find it sad that you all judge people by the amount of rocks and walls you can make and not the overall MOC, story and bricks. I don't mean to sound mad or hateful(which I truly don't), I just find it sad that that's what MOCs must be in order to be popular by these standards....

Don't get me wrong, I admire those who can do this, but like I said, it's a matter of money, which I don't have.
I'd recommend small MOCs. I'm making a MOC right now with plenty of rare colors that I don't have much of, which is why I'm keeping it to around 25-30 x 20. Using smaller pieces when possible overall gets a more skillful look.

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| December 9, 2013, 7:24 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch

This is the exact reason I don't want to compete. I can't help it if this is all I can really use. It's a matter of money, and going into college right now leaves me short on cash an away from any legos.

My MOCs are not designed to be pretty, with all the rock-colored slope bricks and tons of foliage; my MOCs are surrounded by witty and funny stories and characters. I find it sad that you all judge people by the amount of rocks and walls you can make and not the overall MOC, story and bricks. I don't mean to sound mad or hateful(which I truly don't), I just find it sad that that's what MOCs must be in order to be popular by these standards....

Don't get me wrong, I admire those who can do this, but like I said, it's a matter of money, which I don't have.
I'd recommend small MOCs. I'm making a MOC right now with plenty of rare colors that I don't have much of, which is why I'm keeping it to around 25-30 x 20. Using smaller pieces when possible overall gets a more skillful look.


Wait like, 20 mins, I'll upload my latest, and you tell me what you think.

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| December 9, 2013, 8:49 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Sorry, I only set so many points aside for witty stories when I judge LOM challenges - fascinating techniques, aesthetics and clever parts usage make up most of the points I allot when I judge. We are working on a tier system in the LOM that might help those without as many resources score a few points, though.

Well ya know what? I'm old school. 90% of my legos are from before the 90's. I do what I can with what I have. I'll see what I can do, but I still think judging would suit me best.

I just hope you understand that I'm not mad, nor want any unpleasant conduct towards me; I'm just here to show off what I can do as best I can.
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| December 9, 2013, 9:00 pm
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Sounds fun David! I can't guarantee I will be super active though as a member. I definitely can judge though!
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| December 10, 2013, 3:32 pm
I am currently in another contest so I don't want to compete at the moment. But I'll judge if you still have a space open. :)
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| December 10, 2013, 6:10 pm
I'm competing now, so I can't be a judge.
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| December 16, 2013, 12:58 pm
I'm too nervous to compete, so it would be cool to be a judge, but if not I'll still compete.
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| December 16, 2013, 10:00 pm
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Quoting Lj Smith
I'm too nervous to compete, so it would be cool to be a judge, but if not I'll still compete.

Judging is going to be a higher demand than competing, at least in certain areas. I can tell you right now that it's hard for us to consider you as a judge - we can't tell much about your skill level when you only have one build posted. I do hope to see you compete, however.
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| December 17, 2013, 8:36 am
We'll I just joined not but a week ago. I'll add a new post when I get my camera working...But thank you for being honest or when I can upload more than 8 pics (the "fancy" uploaded won't work for me ):
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| December 17, 2013, 5:36 pm
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Quoting Lj Smith
We'll I just joined not but a week ago. I'll add a new post when I get my camera working...But thank you for being honest or when I can upload more than 8 pics (the "fancy" uploaded won't work for me ):

You know that you can upload several batches with the old one, right?
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| December 17, 2013, 5:59 pm
I think I like to compete. but if you need Me to judge I'll be fine with judging to.
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| December 17, 2013, 6:32 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
You know that you can upload several batches with the old one, right?

Yeah I forgot, plus im new to this site.
p.s. i have some new builds up, but I already made my intro so...
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| December 20, 2013, 6:57 pm
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I'll be a judge, if you guys need me.
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| December 22, 2013, 8:42 pm
 Group admin 
As of now, I believe we have the judges we need. Thanks for volunteering, everyone! FNJ and I will share our selection tomorrow at the latest.
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| December 22, 2013, 9:59 pm
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It is my mixed pleasure to announce that David FNJ and I have chosen the judges. On one hand, this is good because it means that we have five new people to help create challenges for the various rounds and brackets, but on the other hand it means that there are several people - some of whom would likely have been excellent judges - who have to be turned down.
Anyway... without further ado, these are the judges for the 2013 Tourney:
Fraser Robinson
Matthew Oh
Grant Davis
Graham Gidman

Extra Judge for The Tilt:
Mark McPeek
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| December 23, 2013, 12:03 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
On one hand, this is good because it means that we have five new people to help create challenges for the various rounds and brackets, but on the other hand it means that there are several people - some of whom would likely have been excellent judges - who have to be turned down

And on the third hand it means that the Gnomes now have a new participant (Garrett).

Congrats to the judges!
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| December 23, 2013, 12:08 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Halhi 141
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
On one hand, this is good because it means that we have five new people to help create challenges for the various rounds and brackets, but on the other hand it means that there are several people - some of whom would likely have been excellent judges - who have to be turned down

And on the third hand it means that the Gnomes now have a new participant (Garrett).

Congrats to the judges!

And congrats to Garret!
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| December 23, 2013, 12:10 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
And on the third hand it means that the Gnomes now have a new participant (Garrett).

Congrats to the judges!

And on the fourth hand... Oh my gosh! Where'd I get a fourth hand?!?!?! :O

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| December 23, 2013, 12:18 pm
Quoting Toa Infernum
And on the fourth hand... Oh my gosh! Where'd I get a fourth hand?!?!?! :O

Awesome! now you can be a super hero!
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| December 23, 2013, 12:39 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
It is my mixed pleasure to announce that David FNJ and I have chosen the judges. On one hand, this is good because it means that we have five new people to help create challenges for the various rounds and brackets, but on the other hand it means that there are several people - some of whom would likely have been excellent judges - who have to be turned down.
Anyway... without further ado, these are the judges for the 2013 Tourney:
Fraser Robinson
Matthew Oh
Grant Davis
Graham Gidman

Extra Judge for The Tilt:
Mark McPeek

Congrats to the judges!
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| December 23, 2013, 12:52 pm
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