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Underground of dwarven peak
The underground dwarven city of dwarven peak
About this creation

Explore the deep of the last Dwarven Kingdom in Legonia! Far in the North, on Dwarven Peak (Bartsmanngipfel) king Bragi controls the oldest settlement of the dwarven race. Between 800-1000 o.C. the underground caves of the snowy mountains were prepared for the giant city. The main hall only can be entered by a hidden gate in one of the valleys. The city lives from water and food, they gain from underearth rivers. But most citizen live in the first levels in small houses and under the giant hall.



In giant mining complexes the dwarves are digging for worthful minerals. Steel tracks transports the resources from all places of the mines to the main hall, where the craftsmen make the best weapons and armors of the whole continent.


But life isn't safe because in the tunnels also wild creatures lives. For example, the rock monster, who comes often to eat the minerals, the dwarves found.





Next to the main gate, you'll find the entrance to the temple of fire. Fire itself is praised by the dwarven race, because they were the first people in Legonia, who were able to use this magic element. The big hole fire ist the main oven, which cares the temperature of the whole underground city. Only the holiest priests of the big something, the main god of all good races, are allowed to guard this natural power. So, foreigners can't enter the temple.

mountain villages
Since the northern kingdom had established an intensive trade relationship to the dwaren kingdom, the track lines were build up to the feet of the mountains, where some smaller villages were build as trade outposts.




architecture
The dwarven architecture is simple today, but in ancient times, they build impressive underground halls and giant fortresses. After the dragon rush, the culture decreased and only near dwarven peak you'll find their structures. These are massive, strong and stonegrey. Dwarven towers or mountain fortresses are small but strong and hard to destroy, even with catapults and other warmachines. Often you can't see them on first sight. Here some examples of typical dwarven structes today:





Comments

 I like it 
  April 22, 2010
Ausgezeichnete Arbeit! Am besten gefällt mir "mountain village"!
 I like it 
  January 23, 2010
This is by far the best Lego kingdom or mine or fortress that I have ever seen. I am going to build mine soon and I want you to review it and tell me anything I could do to make it better once I upload it.5/5!
 I like it 
  January 20, 2010
very nice. its all big and full of life. the walls are great and the whole structure is amazing. 5/5
 I made it 
  September 18, 2009
Quoting Sonja Gasperov woohoo, your mine looks more realistic than my because he has a better atmosphere and the levels :)
But yours have more details
 I like it 
  September 18, 2009
woohoo, your mine looks more realistic than my because he has a better atmosphere and the levels :)
 I like it 
  June 4, 2009
Wow, this is really complex! Gives a very LOTR-ish vibe to me, excellent work!
 I like it 
  May 25, 2009
dude, this is good stuff! :)
 I like it 
  May 10, 2009
Nice backstory on the dwarves. The build really captures the hustle and bustle of dwarven industry.
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  May 9, 2009
sweet creation
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  May 9, 2009
Very good. Nice use of the rock monster.
 I like it 
  May 9, 2009
very cool! I can't beleive i got first comment!
 
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