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The Night After the Rain Fell
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The rain had stopped. The wizard looked out the stained glass window in his stone tower. He searched his memory for a time when he had seen a rain storm as violent as this one had been. He could not find one. He decided to put the recent storm into the back of his mind, and focus upon his parchments. Later that night, he heard a loud thud at his door. He went to open it, but found no one in sight. He briskly climbed up the staircase in his tower to look out from one of the higher windows in an attempt to spot the trouble makers who had knocked upon his door. Upon arriving at the window, his hawk-like eyes could not locate even a trace of movement. He began to turn around to go back down to his study; where his many parchments were waiting for him. Suddenly, in the corner of his eye, he saw a flicker of light. As the wizard wheeled around in search of its source he froze. His gaze locked upon the flaming eyes of none other than Sir Pumpkin. The wizard was stunned. Some weeks before, Sir Pumpkin had come to propose an allegiance between their territories. The wizard had refused this offer. His mind now back in the present moment, the wizard looked at Sir Pumpkin. Sir Pumpkin silently pointed toward the window. The wizard looked out, but did not see anything out of the ordinary. Grabbing the wizard by his black cloak, Sir Pumpkin lead him up the final staircase to the top of the lookout tower. Again, Sir Pumpkin pointed out toward the wizard's property. This time, upon looking at the ground, the wizard noticed thousands of plants had sprouted across the land. There had previously been few, if any. As he scanned his property, his gaze stopped upon his walkway. It was broken apart by the roots of the new plants and was disintegrating. The wizard then looked to the cave at the base of the tower. Numerous spiders began to pour out of the mouth of the cave. The wizard snapped back around at Sir Pumpkin. Without any expression upon his face, Sir Pumpkin held out a scroll and a quill pen to the wizard. The scroll contained the terms of the proposed allegiance, only harsher than before. As well as a blank line at the bottom for a signature. The wizard looked back at Sir Pumpkin, then back at the scroll. The wizard then held out his hands to receive the scroll and the pen...



Comments

 I like it 
  June 22, 2012
Excellent build! Somehow the story reminds of what's going on with Europe's economy. If I may suggest, larger pictures mean less effort for the viewers
 I like it 
  June 20, 2012
Awesome!!
Burning Brick
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White Knight
  June 19, 2012
An Amazing looking Moc ! Very beautifully detailed !>....well done
 I like it 
  June 19, 2012
Love the title, but love the MOC even more.
 I made it 
  June 19, 2012
Thank you everyone for the feedback :D
 I made it 
  June 19, 2012
Quoting Andrew Rose Very nice work on the building - that shingle technique is great. But this only gets a 4 (still very good) from me BECAUSE: 1. The terrain work in the yard and outside the fence is sporadic and messy. Rather than scattering brown pieces on the ground, try making a cohesive structure (i.e. a gentle slope) with them. 2. Give it an interior. Everything else is great! Keep it up!
Ah, you have spotted my laziness! Indeed, I did not put much effort into the landscape. I will work harder on that for my next build. I was planning to do an interior, but I never got around to doing it. Again, something I will try to make sure I incorporate into my next creation.
 I like it 
  June 19, 2012
Amazing
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  June 19, 2012
Quoting Elio Salsano The house/mansion looks great. I also think the garden is bit messy and not in line with the building. The gate looks good. Greetz, Elio
There is no garden actually. According to the story, they were not there before Sir Pumpkin arrived. The plants are supposed to look invasive, and look like they are popping up in random places. However I agree I probably could have worked harder on the landscape.
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  June 19, 2012
This os quite lovely. The windows loom great, and the plants are perfect for this scene.
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  June 19, 2012
Excellent work!
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  June 19, 2012
The house/mansion looks great. I also think the garden is bit messy and not in line with the building. The gate looks good. Greetz, Elio
 I like it 
  June 19, 2012
Very nice work on the building - that shingle technique is great. But this only gets a 4 (still very good) from me BECAUSE: 1. The terrain work in the yard and outside the fence is sporadic and messy. Rather than scattering brown pieces on the ground, try making a cohesive structure (i.e. a gentle slope) with them. 2. Give it an interior. Everything else is great! Keep it up!
 
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