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Holy moley guacamole!! One month. ONE ENTIRE MONTH is how long your poor people have been waiting, to my deepest regrets. Thank you for your patience, some of you, and I'm very sorry. But, after all that, they are here, and it's tight. As you will soon notice, many have the same score s it was then down to personal preference. It was as tough as a rhino's gluteus maximus. But I have results.

In last place, a round of applause for Digital Dreams and his gag entry!! ;D a good laugh, thanks DD. From there, the points will be in descending order, and the top 5 will have their own little comment.

Digital Dreams - 9/30 (3 per piece)

Kenji ! - 12/30 [PENALTY] (0.705 per piece)

Dennis Payne - 13/30 (0.833 per piece)

Toa Trexal - 14 - 1pp
Issac B - 14 - 1.076
Hazeroth - 14 - 0.933pp
Joe Pigg - 14 - 2.8pp

Jackal :] - 15 - 1pp

JD - 17 - 1.133pp

Declan Muller - 18 - 1.2pp
Greg 998 - 18 - 1.2pp

Charlie A - 19 - 1.266pp
Jared S - 19 - 1.461pp
Stephen Barnes - 19 - 1.583pp

Dennis B - 20 - 1.333pp
Chris Maxter - 20 1.333pp
Builder Allan - 20 1.333pp
Loek Marcus - 20 - 1.428pp
Martin H - 20 - 1.333

Sam Sinister - 21 - 1.909pp
Bryce Bastion - 21 - 1.4pp
Pierre C - 21 - 1.4pp
Lukus Hoelscher - 21 - 1.4pp
Wormy McWorm - 21 - 1.4pp
Wolverine - 21 - 3.5pp
Jozsef Venczel - 21 - 1.4pp
Mitchell Smith - 21 - 1.4pp

Joomnin - 22 - 1.466pp
Killswitch95 [DEMON] - 22 - 1.571pp
Alexander Paschoaletto - 22 - 1.466pp
Jake Grahn - 22 - 1.571pp
Lucky Leprechaun - 22 - 1.466pp
Klingus 123 - 22 - 1.466pp
Bill Ding - 22 - 1.466pp
Ape Fight - 22 - 1.466pp
Sjoe 96 - 22 - 1.466pp

Thormagniss - 23 - 1.533pp
Henrik Jensen - 23 - 1.533pp
Aaron L - 23 - 1.566pp
Kevin Michaels - 23 - 1.642pp

Anthony Mizicko - 24 - 1.6pp
Scott Bertaut - 24 - 1.6pp
Grayson Gibson - 24 - 1.6pp
Matt Bace - 24 - 1.6pp
BrickBuilder7622 - 24 - 1.6pp

XY EZ - 24.5 - 1.633pp

Gerald F - 25 - 2.272pp
Turbo Charger - 25 - 1.666pp
Sven Jagdmann - 25 - 1.666pp
Gallardo of LU- 25 - 1.666pp
Nick Johnson - 25 - 1.666pp
Harry Gravett - 25 - 1.666pp
Nils . O - 25 - 1.666pp

Vaclav Mesaros - 25.5 - 1.7pp

Karstan Bier - 26 - 1.733pp
Davanchi M - 26 - 1.733pp
MCLegoboy ! - 26 - 2pp
sm 01 - 26 - 1.733pp
Gene 3S- 26 - 2.363
Clayton Marchetti- 26 - 1.733pp
Vinny Turbo - 26 - 1.733pp
SSSW - 26 - 1.733pp
PhotronMOCs - 26 - 1.857pp
Alex Sonny - 26 - 1.733pp

Olaf Kummer - 27 - 1.8pp
Mister Lego ~ - 27 - 1.8pp
MortalSwordsman - 27 - 1.8pp
Nick Barrett - 27 - 1.8pp

THE TOP 5.

Andros Tempest- 27 - 1.8pp
With his futuristic tank, Andros earns the 5th place not only because the entry looked great, which it did, but it was functional too. The only thing that let him down is the no moving tracks, which are probably impossible anyway.


Hot Rod - 27 - 1.8pp
Not one for the purists, but with his stunning creation, Hot Rod claims 4th. The parts usage on Hot Rod's...urr...hot rod was outstanding. Despite being fragile, Vince scored high and stirred crowds with his 15 piece masterpiece.


Ska 2D2 - 27 - 1.8pp
Taking the lower (but by no means low) step of the podium is Ska with an simply incredible Dragster. the brick built engine was a key part to his success, as well as the fabulous shaping. The only issues was the 'ride-height' at the front, which was a bit high up and playability - otherwise, it would have been a stomping victory.


Thomas Woodbridge - 27 - 1.8pp
In 2nd, is Thomas with his fabulous Normandy SR-2. The swooshing lines were all very good, but his parts usage shone out. Almost hard to tell he was under any restriction.

Which means the winner is....*drum roll please...*


Tom Remy - 28.5 - 1.9pp
Yes, Tom Remy and his remarkable hot air balloon. HIs (or rather, his girlfriend's) fantastic idea was so unique not even the creator of this contest [insert smug expression here] thought of it. And his execution was bang on. Fantastic parts usage, beautiful detail and a victory to go with it.

Many congratulations to our winners and EVERYONE who has made this contest a success. You guys were amazing. Again, sorry about the late results! Take care, see you in 6 months? (Anyone fancy another?)

Bye!
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| April 20, 2014, 10:45 am
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For more info on your scores, see here:

http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/23834
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| April 20, 2014, 10:47 am
Quoting sam the first
For more info on your scores, see here:

http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/23834


Good job Sam, a very well run (and very successful) contest.

Congratulations to all the winners.
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| April 20, 2014, 10:57 am
Well done Tom! That was a brilliant win. Don't worry about taking so long sam; you did it properly: well done to you too!
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| April 20, 2014, 11:09 am
And I don't even get the "most likes on an entry" consolation prize, Nick B. beat me by an incredible 1 like (quick, someone comment on my thing)!
Nah, I'm just kidding!
Congrats to the top five and of course to Mr. Remy, I'm sure we all knew his baloon was the best entry yet when we saw it.
Thanks for this awesome contest, Sam, and may your creativity never leave you!
Until next time, then. Cheers!
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| April 20, 2014, 11:11 am
Well, my sincere congratulations to Mr. Tom Remy for his awesome hot air balloon! The pieces usage was quite ingenious, indeed. And congrats to all the participants who submitted their awesome 15 piece MOCs! This was a really fun competition and I hope to enter again soon! Congrats once again, Tom! :-)
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| April 20, 2014, 11:15 am
Quoting sam the first

Thanks for hosting such a great contest Sam. No worries on the judging, you did it well. Thanks again and congrats on such a successful contest!
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| April 20, 2014, 11:33 am
This was like the funnest contest I've been a part of! The theme is just fantastic! I'm really happy with my score, by the way. The winners definitely earned their place so kudos to them :). I fancy another contest!!! Wooooo!!!! So much fun!
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| April 20, 2014, 11:51 am
Congrats to all the winners of the contest. This was my very first one and it was much fun building my own entry and watching all the other really cool creations!!

Thank you Sam for this great and very nice contest. Cheers ;)
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| April 20, 2014, 12:05 pm
Thank you Sam for the exciting 15-piece contest! You did well with your scoring rationale! Congrats to top 5 winners and all who took time to participate! Cheers!
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| April 20, 2014, 12:06 pm
Thanks sam for this amazing and very popular contest! And a big congratulation first to the winner, than to all the other participant ! It was great fun! 8-)
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| April 20, 2014, 12:17 pm
Congratulations to the winners! Waiting for a 5 pieces challenge :P
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| April 20, 2014, 12:51 pm
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Thank you all so much for you kind words, and forgiveness. Hope it was worth the wait. ;P Thakn you all for making this such a great contest, I'm glad you found it fun!

@Chris - "You mad bro?"
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| April 20, 2014, 1:10 pm
Wooohoo! Thanks a lot Sam, you can send the million dollar prize to my paypal account ;-) Of course you are forgiven for the wait! Well first let me tell all of you that it's been an honour to compete with such talented builders, and that I sincerely didn't expect the first place! A BIG thank you to Marie and her stroke of genius for the choice of the vehicle - and the planet! Congratulations to the top five winners and all the other contestants, judging all those creations must have been a pain... Last but not least, thank you Sam for this amazing challenge, organizing such events is a lot of work. You can count on me next time! Long live Mocpages!
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| April 20, 2014, 3:56 pm
Oh, and thank you everybody! :-D
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| April 20, 2014, 4:12 pm
Congratulations on winning Tom Remy. It is definitely well deserved yet somewhat surprising, I had guessed that it was a model with wheels. And thank you to Sam for his initiative in this funny competition. It must have been a hard pressure for you, the last month, with impatient participants.
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| April 20, 2014, 4:34 pm
Congratulations Tom! On a well deserved victory. And thanks Sam for a very fun and challenging contest. I can't wait for the next one.
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| April 20, 2014, 5:43 pm
Okay, I'll be that guy...
Since when do two planet hemisphere's count as one piece? I found that the whole wheel assembly to be a bit much too, but I can understand that from a standpoint of there not being enough pieces left to work with.
Tom lucked out if Sam didn't know they were two pieces, and his entry was completely purist since Sam said it wasn't in the judge group. If it was a Mindstormers ball, that would be one thing, but this split into two pieces and they can be used seperately as many builders have used them as such. Tom should not have won because he went over the 15 piece limit in the build.
I know it sounds like I am a sore not winner (Because MOCpages won't even let me call my self the L word) but seeing as I am way out of any honorable mention list and the Top 5, I feel like it is unfair to let someone win when they violated the rules, knowingly or not.
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| April 20, 2014, 5:55 pm
Oh man, three away from making the top five :P
Any who, it was a very enjoyable contest. I'll be looking forward to the next one!
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| April 20, 2014, 8:11 pm
Well, I didn't place as bad as I thought I would; so, nice. I think I'll do this again in 6 months.
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| April 20, 2014, 8:22 pm
THANKS SAM! FINALLY!!! lol :D Great job everyone! Tons of Funs!
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| April 20, 2014, 8:38 pm
Congratulations Tom! Fantastic entry.

Congrats to you as well, Sam, on a truly epic contest of small proportions. Nice one, looking forward to the next!

Great show ALL!
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| April 20, 2014, 9:13 pm
Well done everybody! I really enjoyed this contest, I will definitely be in next time!
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| April 21, 2014, 1:55 am
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Thank you all and well done to everyone

@Tom Remy - Well maybe it should be her getting 1st...;D Just pulling your leg! (Yeah...yeah? See what-what I did there...yeah? Oh fine, be like that) Many congratulations!! Hope to see you again!

@MCLegoboy - Urrrrr...You know, that never even crossed my mind. Well, thank you for pointing this out. You've also shown me I'm a terrible judge. The flame doesn't count as part of the vehicle. *face desk* How I didn't notice that is beyond me. So it does count, and thank you for raising the point. Not bad for a "that guy". ;D
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| April 21, 2014, 2:23 am
Quoting MCLegoboy !
Okay, I'll be that guy...
Since when do two planet hemisphere's count as one piece? I found that the whole wheel assembly to be a bit much too, but I can understand that from a standpoint of there not being enough pieces left to work with.
Tom lucked out if Sam didn't know they were two pieces, and his entry was completely purist since Sam said it wasn't in the judge group. If it was a Mindstormers ball, that would be one thing, but this split into two pieces and they can be used seperately as many builders have used them as such. Tom should not have won because he went over the 15 piece limit in the build.
I know it sounds like I am a sore not winner (Because MOCpages won't even let me call my self the L word) but seeing as I am way out of any honorable mention list and the Top 5, I feel like it is unfair to let someone win when they violated the rules, knowingly or not.

I looked into it earlier (see my comment from weeks ago on the MOC) and couldn't find the SW planets in the brick list for the sets. I just applied the rule "comes in one piece in the box = counts as one part". For example, 2429c01 is a hinged plate assembly, it's counted as one part in sets (and contests) although it consists of parts 2429 and 2430. Why wouldn't it be the same for the planet? The wheel assembly is 3 or five parts (whether you count the tires or not), but in the eighties it came in one piece, so I can understand the logic here... Same logic as the planet it seems. Anyway, as I (also) said before, you can easily remove one sand bag from the balloon... To conclude, if Sam wants to change the outcome of the contest, I won't cry, I'm a big boy ;-) But IMHO that would require a detailed explanation to make sense.
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| April 21, 2014, 7:11 am
I think the contest was a huge success, Tom (and everyone) else did a fantastic job. Congrats to all especially to Sam for inspiring so many builders to join in. I can see both points of view here but lets be honest this was a friendly contest and no harm was done. Joe
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| April 21, 2014, 7:49 am
Quoting Tom Remy

Minifigs also used to come with the heads attached but you had to take them off in order to attach anything onto the neck like jetpacks, capes, beards, and such, ultimately making them become more than one part. The planets are a design thing for the packaging. They are in fact two seperate pieces, not like hinges or Minifig torsos and legs. But it doesn't matter now, your balloon magically now floats on its own since Sam says the flame doesn't count now.
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| April 21, 2014, 7:52 am
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Quoting MCLegoboy !
But it doesn't matter now, your balloon magically now floats on its own since Sam says the flame doesn't count now.

Yes, I realise you need the flame to keep the balloon inflated, and that is fairenough, but it isn't literally par of the vehicle. You wouldn't walk into some shop that sells parts of a hot air balloon, ans say "Ah, yes, I was hoping you would have a flame handy...". Same with fuel in a car. You need it, but if you take the fuel out of a car , it still is a car.
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| April 21, 2014, 8:07 am
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Quoting MortalSwordsman .
I think the contest was a huge success, Tom (and everyone) else did a fantastic job. Congrats to all especially to Sam for inspiring so many builders to join in. I can see both points of view here but lets be honest this was a friendly contest and no harm was done. Joe

Thank you for your entry Joe! I agree, there were many more members than I had invited.

And, as Joe said, if we're going to get competitive over a fun little contest, then please do elsewhere. Like in a boxing ring, or something.
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| April 21, 2014, 8:09 am
I thought I'd do a little better than that but that's ok. Thanks for the contest.
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| April 21, 2014, 8:45 am
Quoting MCLegoboy !

Ok, I just stated my point of view. I didn't intend to start an argument. I didn't ask for mercy in case it was 16 parts. I just built a balloon. No problem man! Like Joe said, this is a friendly competition (thanks about that Joe)! I don't care if someone else wins - and cash the prize! ;-) btw I loved your tie interceptors. Peace, Love. Tom out.
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| April 21, 2014, 8:55 am
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Quoting Dennis Payne
I thought I'd do a little better than that but that's ok. Thanks for the contest.

You did well, there was just a tough competition.
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| April 21, 2014, 10:05 am
Who cares about 15 or 16 pieces, the idea is clear, and Tom did a fantastic job.
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| April 21, 2014, 10:49 am
Quoting Loek Marcus
Who cares about 15 or 16 pieces, the idea is clear, and Tom did a fantastic job.

I don't dance around rules. over the limit is over the limit.


This incident is over everyone! Sam has made his mind and eceryone is now in close enough agreement to just let it go.
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| April 21, 2014, 7:04 pm
Wow, Sam, that was a great contest! I can't remember any single contest that has provoked such an explosion of creativity! The judging was a BIG piece of work, thanks for the time you've spent on it! And, of course, congratulations to the winners, you really deserve it! :-)) I hope there will be a another one, maybe next year. Thanks again, Sam! :-))
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| April 22, 2014, 4:27 am
Wow Top 5 for me!?! :O I wasn't expecting that dude! So thanks Sam, and as I've already suggested: don't forget to take some other judges with you next time! ; ) However, congrats to all, a lot of (other) entries deserved to be in the Top5 in my opinion, but well, Sam is the Boss! ; p
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| April 22, 2014, 4:57 am
Sam thanks for this creative and really interesting competition. It was great pleasure to participate :)
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| April 22, 2014, 6:47 am
So... next contest starts when? I'm ready to do this all over again :)
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| April 22, 2014, 1:13 pm
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Quoting MCLegoboy !
I don't dance around rules. over the limit is over the limit.


This incident is over everyone! Sam has made his mind and eceryone is now in close enough agreement to just let it go.

That, my dear friend, is a spiffy idea. You did some very cool little TIE-fighters, by the way.
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| April 22, 2014, 2:59 pm
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Quoting Nils O.
Wow, Sam, that was a great contest! I can't remember any single contest that has provoked such an explosion of creativity! The judging was a BIG piece of work, thanks for the time you've spent on it! And, of course, congratulations to the winners, you really deserve it! :-)) I hope there will be a another one, maybe next year. Thanks again, Sam! :-))

^_^ Yeah, September some when, so one every half a year for a couple of years, but not too long. Like Phippy said about the MOCcie awards - better to go out with a bang rather than sizzle to nothing. Thanks Nils!
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| April 22, 2014, 3:01 pm
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Quoting Hot Rod
Wow Top 5 for me!?! :O I wasn't expecting that dude! So thanks Sam, and as I've already suggested: don't forget to take some other judges with you next time! ; ) However, congrats to all, a lot of (other) entries deserved to be in the Top5 in my opinion, but well, Sam is the Boss! ; p

I thought you did a great job! Yes, I will get another (or maybe two) judges to keep me on track. ^_^ It's been good!
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| April 22, 2014, 3:03 pm
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Quoting sm 01
Sam thanks for this creative and really interesting competition. It was great pleasure to participate :)

Is was a pleasure hosting it, and watching all the creative and amazing ideas that sprouted up.
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| April 22, 2014, 3:05 pm
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Quoting Gallardo of LU
So... next contest starts when? I'm ready to do this all over again :)

September some when.
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| April 22, 2014, 3:05 pm
That was a really cool contest! Actually I never build a 15 piece MOC before, it was really fun and interesting to see all the creations. So thanks to all of you and especially to Sam The First for creating this contest!
Edit: And thanks for judging only on my better creation, I really appreciate that!
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| April 22, 2014, 4:07 pm
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Quoting Karsten Bier
That was a really cool contest! Actually I never build a 15 piece MOC before, it was really fun and interesting to see all the creations. So thanks to all of you and especially to Sam The First for creating this contest!
Edit: And thanks for judging only on my better creation, I really appreciate that!

No worries!
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| April 23, 2014, 11:38 am
22/30 yay. Went better than I expected.
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| April 24, 2014, 9:53 am
Thank you so much for my position! The challenge was a great idea and I look forward to the next one!;D
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| April 26, 2014, 6:14 pm
Quoting sam the first
Holy moley guacamole!! One month. ONE ENTIRE MONTH is how long your poor people have been waiting, to my deepest regrets. Thank you for your patience, some of you, and I'm very sorry. But, after all that, they are here, and it's tight. As you will soon notice, many have the same score s it was then down to personal preference. It was as tough as a rhino's gluteus maximus. But I have results.

In last place, a round of applause for Digital Dreams and his gag entry!! ;D a good laugh, thanks DD. From there, the points will be in descending order, and the top 5 will have their own little comment.

Digital Dreams - 9/30 (3 per piece)

Kenji ! - 12/30 [PENALTY] (0.705 per piece)

Dennis Payne - 13/30 (0.833 per piece)

Toa Trexal - 14 - 1pp
Issac B - 14 - 1.076
Hazeroth - 14 - 0.933pp
Joe Pigg - 14 - 2.8pp

Jackal :] - 15 - 1pp

JD - 17 - 1.133pp

Declan Muller - 18 - 1.2pp
Greg 998 - 18 - 1.2pp

Charlie A - 19 - 1.266pp
Jared S - 19 - 1.461pp
Stephen Barnes - 19 - 1.583pp

Dennis B - 20 - 1.333pp
Chris Maxter - 20 1.333pp
Builder Allan - 20 1.333pp
Loek Marcus - 20 - 1.428pp
Martin H - 20 - 1.333

Sam Sinister - 21 - 1.909pp
Bryce Bastion - 21 - 1.4pp
Pierre C - 21 - 1.4pp
Lukus Hoelscher - 21 - 1.4pp
Wormy McWorm - 21 - 1.4pp
Wolverine - 21 - 3.5pp
Jozsef Venczel - 21 - 1.4pp
Mitchell Smith - 21 - 1.4pp

Joomnin - 22 - 1.466pp
Killswitch95 [DEMON] - 22 - 1.571pp
Alexander Paschoaletto - 22 - 1.466pp
Jake Grahn - 22 - 1.571pp
Lucky Leprechaun - 22 - 1.466pp
Klingus 123 - 22 - 1.466pp
Bill Ding - 22 - 1.466pp
Ape Fight - 22 - 1.466pp
Sjoe 96 - 22 - 1.466pp

Thormagniss - 23 - 1.533pp
Henrik Jensen - 23 - 1.533pp
Aaron L - 23 - 1.566pp
Kevin Michaels - 23 - 1.642pp

Anthony Mizicko - 24 - 1.6pp
Scott Bertaut - 24 - 1.6pp
Grayson Gibson - 24 - 1.6pp
Matt Bace - 24 - 1.6pp
BrickBuilder7622 - 24 - 1.6pp

XY EZ - 24.5 - 1.633pp

Gerald F - 25 - 2.272pp
Turbo Charger - 25 - 1.666pp
Sven Jagdmann - 25 - 1.666pp
Gallardo of LU- 25 - 1.666pp
Nick Johnson - 25 - 1.666pp
Harry Gravett - 25 - 1.666pp
Nils . O - 25 - 1.666pp

Vaclav Mesaros - 25.5 - 1.7pp

Karstan Bier - 26 - 1.733pp
Davanchi M - 26 - 1.733pp
MCLegoboy ! - 26 - 2pp
sm 01 - 26 - 1.733pp
Gene 3S- 26 - 2.363
Clayton Marchetti- 26 - 1.733pp
Vinny Turbo - 26 - 1.733pp
SSSW - 26 - 1.733pp
PhotronMOCs - 26 - 1.857pp
Alex Sonny - 26 - 1.733pp

Olaf Kummer - 27 - 1.8pp
Mister Lego ~ - 27 - 1.8pp
MortalSwordsman - 27 - 1.8pp
Nick Barrett - 27 - 1.8pp

THE TOP 5.

Andros Tempest- 27 - 1.8pp
With his futuristic tank, Andros earns the 5th place not only because the entry looked great, which it did, but it was functional too. The only thing that let him down is the no moving tracks, which are probably impossible anyway.


Hot Rod - 27 - 1.8pp
Not one for the purists, but with his stunning creation, Hot Rod claims 4th. The parts usage on Hot Rod's...urr...hot rod was outstanding. Despite being fragile, Vince scored high and stirred crowds with his 15 piece masterpiece.


Ska 2D2 - 27 - 1.8pp
Taking the lower (but by no means low) step of the podium is Ska with an simply incredible Dragster. the brick built engine was a key part to his success, as well as the fabulous shaping. The only issues was the 'ride-height' at the front, which was a bit high up and playability - otherwise, it would have been a stomping victory.


Thomas Woodbridge - 27 - 1.8pp
In 2nd, is Thomas with his fabulous Normandy SR-2. The swooshing lines were all very good, but his parts usage shone out. Almost hard to tell he was under any restriction.

Which means the winner is....*drum roll please...*


Tom Remy - 28.5 - 1.9pp
Yes, Tom Remy and his remarkable hot air balloon. HIs (or rather, his girlfriend's) fantastic idea was so unique not even the creator of this contest [insert smug expression here] thought of it. And his execution was bang on. Fantastic parts usage, beautiful detail and a victory to go with it.

Many congratulations to our winners and EVERYONE who has made this contest a success. You guys were amazing. Again, sorry about the late results! Take care, see you in 6 months? (Anyone fancy another?)

Bye!


Wonderful contest! I didn't do so badly with my B-36 (better than I expected; it was basically just a couple of long parts with wings, a tail and a cockpit) This was such a wonderful thing to be a part of! Please make another contest like this one! (maybe... 50 part limit) Thank you Sam!
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| April 27, 2014, 4:51 am
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Quoting Bill Ding

Wonderful contest! I didn't do so badly with my B-36 (better than I expected; it was basically just a couple of long parts with wings, a tail and a cockpit) This was such a wonderful thing to be a part of! Please make another contest like this one! (maybe... 50 part limit) Thank you Sam!

Haha! Maybe. ;D It's been a pleasure.
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| April 27, 2014, 6:16 am
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Quoting Lucky Leprechaun
22/30 yay. Went better than I expected.

You did pretty well!
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| April 27, 2014, 6:18 am
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Quoting Ska 2D2
Thank you so much for my position! The challenge was a great idea and I look forward to the next one!;D

I look forward to it too!
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| April 27, 2014, 6:18 am
Quoting sam the first
Haha! Maybe. ;D It's been a pleasure.

Well if it was a pleasure, then why not enjoy the pleasure again?!
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| April 27, 2014, 6:29 am
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Quoting Bill Ding
Well if it was a pleasure, then why not enjoy the pleasure again?!

That's the plan!
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| April 27, 2014, 6:43 am
Yes a 50 part challenge would be better and a good contest to boot can't wait for the next one
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| April 27, 2014, 1:42 pm
Congrats everybody! Are you going to do another contest? I didn't feel like reading all the comments so I don't know if anybody already asked.
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| April 28, 2014, 6:54 pm
Wow, I'm really blown away to have come 2nd, well done to all the other competitors, to the others in the top 5 and of course to Tom, whose balloon I think was always the clear winner.
Thanks Sam for your encouraging comment and for hosting such a cool contest, I think we all appreciate the amount of work you put into judging everyone's awesome creations.
See you all next time!
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| May 3, 2014, 6:42 am
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Quoting Thormagniss .
Yes a 50 part challenge would be better and a good contest to boot can't wait for the next one

I may stick with 15 pieces, to be honest, but thanks anyway!
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| May 3, 2014, 12:37 pm
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Quoting Kevin Michaels
Congrats everybody! Are you going to do another contest? I didn't feel like reading all the comments so I don't know if anybody already asked.

Yup.
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| May 3, 2014, 12:38 pm
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Quoting Thomas Woodbridge
Wow, I'm really blown away to have come 2nd, well done to all the other competitors, to the others in the top 5 and of course to Tom, whose balloon I think was always the clear winner.
Thanks Sam for your encouraging comment and for hosting such a cool contest, I think we all appreciate the amount of work you put into judging everyone's awesome creations.
See you all next time!

Thank you! I thought your creation was excellent, so a deserved second!
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| May 3, 2014, 12:40 pm
I know I am very late on this, but I kind of forgot about MOCpages for a few weeks because I've been working on other things (like trying to replace the master brake cylinder in my car). Any way, congrats to everyone, and thanks to Sam for holding this thing. Hopefully I will be able to enter the next one, I'm sure I wont win, but I have a really nice idea to make working treads on a 15 piece vehicle! Hopefully I can catch up on MOCpages and be a bit more active too, if I didn't play so many video games it would probably help! :p
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| May 3, 2014, 1:36 pm
Only now I've seen the results. Great to know I got a great result! Everyone had amazing entries, so congratulations to all of you! I'll keep in await for a next 15-brick contest :)
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| May 6, 2014, 7:27 pm
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Quoting Scott Bertaut
I know I am very late on this, but I kind of forgot about MOCpages for a few weeks because I've been working on other things (like trying to replace the master brake cylinder in my car). Any way, congrats to everyone, and thanks to Sam for holding this thing. Hopefully I will be able to enter the next one, I'm sure I wont win, but I have a really nice idea to make working treads on a 15 piece vehicle! Hopefully I can catch up on MOCpages and be a bit more active too, if I didn't play so many video games it would probably help! :p

Sorry for the delay in responding! Looking forward to that idea! I think I may have to make it a annual thing, so hold onto that thought. ;D
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| May 27, 2014, 6:50 am
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Quoting Alexander Paschoaletto
Only now I've seen the results. Great to know I got a great result! Everyone had amazing entries, so congratulations to all of you! I'll keep in await for a next 15-brick contest :)

Haha, yes, it seems everyone wants to do it again!
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| May 27, 2014, 6:51 am
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