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The Walls of Arkursa - The Blitz-ard
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This moc is part of the flash-MOC blitz-ard

Chronicles of the Urtican, Chapter Two:

Ruin. Time and cold have taken their toll on our cities and people. Our sleep was long and the world was cruel. The teeth of time have slowly devoured homes and lives. The frigid winds too have slowly devolved much of our former greatness.

But not all is lost. The wall of our nation still stand. Our ancestors toil was not in vain for the walls they built continue to live on.

Our future shows promise. We will rebuild what once was great. We will fortify our cities once again. We will rise up and make our ancestors proud. We live on...


You can find the rest of the illustrated story here: The Chronicles of the Urtican

Check out the Urtica group on flickr for the mocs of the other participants, tutorials, discussions and more.












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  August 14, 2013
Cool (cold?).
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  January 27, 2013
Brilliant work, inspiring!
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  January 17, 2013
Quoting spearhafoc ... Brilliant build! I would love to see some more of this! The wall technique is new to me :) Are those 1x4 wall elements connected to a frame or are they kept in place by friction?
They are actually attached to the bricks underneath and above them. each stone has one panel that is upside down, and one in the normal direction. Each of the panels is attached to a 2x2 plate (or several 1x2 when i ran out of 2x2), wich in turn is attached to a 1x2 plate. The distance between the back of the panels and the studs of the 1x2 plate is exactly one brick, and they stay in place just as well as a normal brick connection.
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  January 17, 2013
Interesting minifigures and great castle.
  January 17, 2013
Without a doubt the most inventive castle wall technique I have yet seen.
  January 17, 2013
Brilliant build! I would love to see some more of this! The wall technique is new to me :) Are those 1x4 wall elements connected to a frame or are they kept in place by friction?
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  January 17, 2013
Thanks everyone!
Quoting Ranger Brady Great! When you remove the head, is it possible to get it back in? Does it damage the body?
I didn't personally remove the head, but the person who sent it to me said it can't be removed without destroying the body.
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  January 16, 2013
Love the bear-people. And that's a very clever way to do walls.
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  January 16, 2013
Great! When you remove the head, is it possible to get it back in? Does it damage the body?
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  January 16, 2013
Wow that is simple amazing!!!5/5
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  January 16, 2013
"To be great is to be misunderstood...". I have no clue how you did those walls, so you must be great in my book ;)
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  January 16, 2013
Loving all this Urtica stuff, haha.
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  January 16, 2013
I'm very confused, but this amazing.
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  January 16, 2013
Cool! Can you post close up pictures of the fence?
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  January 16, 2013
Fantastic use of panels, pith helmets, pickaxes and other elements!
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  January 16, 2013
Cool build! Not even sure what some of those pieces are?
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  January 16, 2013
This is perhaps one of the most fascinating castle builds I've ever seen. The scale at which it's built is brilliant and new (at least for me). I'm still not exactly certain how you accomplished some of the textures, etc. Stunning!
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  January 16, 2013
Amazing wall design, great job!
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  January 16, 2013
I love it! The wall design is amazing! I am still trying to figure out how you did.
 
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