After the betrayal of Marquese Vladimir, Sir Zane fought the Evil Wizard with all his strenght. Many died under the Black Magic of the damned, but the final duel was won by Sir Zane. The head was taken as a trophy.
Once back to the Kingdom of Oskorei, Sir Zane met his friend and lieutenant Sir Patrick. After reporting the events at Count Grishnacks Manor they decided to organize an expedition to the Castle of Marquese Vladimir.
Once they reached the place, they were spotted by Marquese Vladimirs vassals that, in the attempt to defend their lord, they attacked the imperial knights. No blood was poured, children and women prevent their rage.
The head of the Wizard was shown to the Marquese, as the proof of the fatal fight. His family didnt know, they didnt suspect the evil that resided in their dear. Another fight is gonna happen. Other blood will wash away the blood. Thunders and lightning will fill the sky in the Doomsday.
120 hours building
Octagonal tower inspired by Subix V
Tree technique inspired by Mark Erickson
I had a hard time in some moments to develope all the details, expecially the round/octagonal parts. I was inspired by many of you and I would like to thank you for the wonderful job you are doing on each of your MOCS! Now I can have some rest after all the sleepless nights passed over this building! ah! I was forgetting that I have to build first my Hobbit and Lone Ranger sets! ;)
Thanks to all of you Brothers! I had really a hard time building this! I was building lego since I was 5, but got back into MOCs only 2 years ago (I'm 30 now). I wanted to put as many techniques and details as possible(come on, is the residence of nobles!), some of them were really new for me! It took 2 months to get the final result, not mentioning all the time I dismantled something I didn't like, but I think was worth the effort
Absolutely overwhelming! I have a hard time wrapping my mind around it. There's black and red and white and grey and gold and swamp and rock and wood and wrought-iron and glass and tile and arches and overhangs and towers and muskets and bows and townspeople and nobles, all in one tiny space. I think I'm going to have vertigo all day.