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The Great Force War, Mission 13: Waterlogged
"Log 13 - Jedi Order" --For years the Mon Calamari have supported us in our endeavors. When we needed a shelter they gave it to us. When we needed ships they built them for us. Now the Sith seek to destroy our closest allies. By the power of the Force we will not let that happen!-- "End log"
About this creation

The battle rages on in a small Sith submarine, which the Jedi Limand Bordon has slipped onto.



The Duros Sith in the submarine fighting the Mon Cala Jedi, who is trying to protect his home-world.



Lim in attack position, ready to make the final blow.


Some holes where the water has come in. The Sith cut holes in the wall to drown Lim, but he forgot that Mon Cala can breath under-water.



The flowing water, which is about to drown the Sith.



Some greenery on the ocean floor that is visible through the broken window of the submarine.


Well, this was a lot of fun to make, and I hope to make more on every mission.
See ya'll!



Comments

The Brick  King
John Smith
  August 5, 2012
Nowagis, this is a really great MOC, i like your idea to make the water using car windscreens, i was going to use the same but decided not to use your idea. Be even better if you added more interior detail.
 I like it 
  August 3, 2012
Very nice! The water technique is awesome as well.
 I made it 
  August 1, 2012
Quoting Harry 863 A very interesting technique for the water. I can see a lot of potential in your builds and I'm glad to have you on the Jedi's side. For next time might is suggest using the SNOT technique (Where you either place smooth pieces on the floors or turn normal pieces on their sides) It would just make the MOC look tidier and more professional. Still it's a great first attempt. 7/10
Thank you Harry. I might try the "put flat pieces on regular pieces" SNOT technique. Thanks for the advice!
 I like it 
  August 1, 2012
Great job! That water technique is a real eye-catcher! Great job, and I can't wait to see more from you soon!
 I like it 
  July 31, 2012
A very interesting technique for the water. I can see a lot of potential in your builds and I'm glad to have you on the Jedi's side. For next time might is suggest using the SNOT technique (Where you either place smooth pieces on the floors or turn normal pieces on their sides) It would just make the MOC look tidier and more professional. Still it's a great first attempt. 7/10
 I like it 
  July 31, 2012
Nice!
 I like it 
  July 31, 2012
Nice technique for the flooding water. ~Dave
 
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