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MOC APOC: Episode 2: Evacuation
Recap: After a mass breakout at LegoTraz Thousands of Cl0ne Kidies escaped and started on a destruction Rampage...
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Christian: Sir Sir!

Christian: Sir i have orders to get you out of here! Matt: Wha What whats happening?! Christian: MOCPages is under ATTACK!

Sean: I CAN'T GET A HOLD OF SEAN!

Christian: Sir i have orders from high Command to get you OUT OF HERE!

Matt: OK, Lets go.

Christian: Sean hop on the MG! Matt you got shotgun!





Christian: Dalton! GET ON!



Dalton: AAAA!



Matt: NO TIME FLORE IT!



Dalton, Don't worry you are still alive!

Thanks for watching and please comment!



Comments

  September 7, 2010
Awesome truck! You should have the Cloni3s like eat his brains (or imagination) or something. You do need some dialouge, but well see how Eps. 3 goes... Not half bad. =)
Christian Collins
Phazezorz .
  September 4, 2010
Firstly, I was just making a statement, which, in its base form, meant 'You can't have a base plate and say it's whatever you want it to be.' And, as well, I used 'rushed' to show that it made it look like the set piece was rushed in building, I already knew the people were rushing, hence me saying even in those kinds of situations they would make room for some sort of dialogue to alleviate the tension.
Christian Collins
Phazezorz .
  September 4, 2010
The dialogue -which, quite frankly, is integral to the story- was extremely dry and lackluster, just as the base-plate for city is unappealing. I also noticed a couple little spelling incosistancies here and there. Work on these, or at least the very poor dialogue, and we might be getting somewhere with this.
Christian Collins
Phazezorz .
  September 4, 2010
That's not what I was looking for. But you can't have a baseplate and call it a city. I'm not saying you need to make it like a big budget action film, but you also can't make it seem like it was extremely rushed. And people always find time for dialogue, be it sarcastic humor, informative narrative, whatever. Someone has to allieviate some of the tension the people might be feeling.
 I made it 
  September 4, 2010
Quoting Phazezorz . Firstly, I was just making a statement, which, in its base form, meant 'You can't have a base plate and say it's whatever you want it to be.' And, as well, I used 'rushed' to show that it made it look like the set piece was rushed in building, I already knew the people were rushing, hence me saying even in those kinds of situations they would make room for some sort of dialogue to alleviate the tension.
OK i am about to post number 3 so see if you like it better and i did take my time on number 3. :^)
 I made it 
  September 4, 2010
Quoting Phazezorz . That's not what I was looking for. But you can't have a baseplate and call it a city. I'm not saying you need to make it like a big budget action film, but you also can't make it seem like it was extremely rushed. And people always find time for dialogue, be it sarcastic humor, informative narrative, whatever. Someone has to allieviate some of the tension the people might be feeling.
I am not saying that the base-plate is supposed to be a city rely what you want it to be and i did not say that I rushed it it was meant to be that THEY were rushing it and yes i will take more time to do it but were i take pictures is a spot were i can't be for long so it is hard to make the set then to move it to the spot unfortunately the spot were i take my pic's is the ONLY place were i can. so don't blame me blame my parents.
 I made it 
  September 4, 2010
Quoting Phazezorz . The dialogue -which, quite frankly, is integral to the story- was extremely dry and lackluster, just as the base-plate for city is unappealing. I also noticed a couple little spelling incosistancies here and there. Work on these, or at least the very poor dialogue, and we might be getting somewhere with this.
Lack of available bricks, that is what it was and you got to remember that they were rushing it it's not like they had time to spare, i tried to do that to make it seem like they were trying to get out fast. But yes i will in the future give more to the base plate but i am not made out of Lego thanks for the criticism but it's not like every episode will have some big Hollywood background.
 I made it 
  September 4, 2010
Quoting that guy over there r u gonna post dat truck?
I did it is in Mandatory Arbitration.
 I like it 
  September 4, 2010
I don't suppose I'm in it? Nice truck, but I must say that the scenes are a bit bland... I assume parts shortage ;)
Christian Collins
 I like it 
Harrison H.
  September 3, 2010
What would I have to do to be in this? Pretty cool.
  September 3, 2010
r u gonna post dat truck?
 I made it 
  September 3, 2010
Quoting templar knight Davinci yeah when are we going to be in it?cool comic the vehicle looks so awesome.
As i said in a while it is not instantaneous.
 I made it 
  September 3, 2010
Quoting Cade . Nice! When will I be in it?
In a while it will come gradually.
 I like it 
  September 3, 2010
yeah when are we going to be in it?cool comic the vehicle looks so awesome.
 I like it 
  September 3, 2010
Nice! When will I be in it?
 I made it 
  September 3, 2010
Quoting Harrison H. What would I have to do to be in this? Pretty cool.
Have a sig fig and apply on the tryouts.
 I like it 
  September 3, 2010
I GETS AN MG! cool dude!
 
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