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Viking battle ship
A 2 hour project ended in this nice looking viking battle ship.
About this creation
This was a 2 hour project i think. I made it a couple of days ago, and i used peices from the viking fortress and the bat and dragon set. I call it viking battle ship as he has many catapults and in one of the big boulders, i have used other lego peices in it "shrapnel" so when the bolder breaks, it sends debries over the enimies.
This MOC has a storyline.
This boat was captined by a very agressive fellow named Ogdor Mclanus. He was renowed as a tough and fiesty captin, and lead many viking armies into victory. He was very rich from his sucsesses, so he desided to build a big battle ship, he never had time to name it as when it went out for it's first sale, it was ambushed by rebel vikings, the main capatult falling down, it's weight dragging the ship down. All the crew including the captin drowned.






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   Front catapult down



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   back



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   front catapults up



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   side



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  February 18, 2007
This is an amazing ship
 
By Optimax X
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