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"Assault At All Costs!!!"
British soldiers assaulting towards German trenches during World War I.
About this creation
I know its small, but I hope you enjoy this!










A view of the vignette.








A landmine.








Another landmine.








A dead British officer who tried to capture the German trenches with his men on the first attempt three a month ago.







Machine gun shots from German machine guns.








Barbed wires.








"Get moving lads! Ya'll don't want to be shot by the bloody Jerrys!"








A top view of the creation.






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  • Heres a link to my second one called "Assault At All Costs.. . . Again?" creation.


  • And heres a link to my third one called "Last Time To Assualt At All Costs!!!" creation.


  • Please give credit to me if you are going to use my barbed wire design.








  • * * * * * Please leave a comment and rate. Thanks as always. * * * * *






    Comments

     I like it 
      July 16, 2009
    great job but i must recommend brickarms.
     I made it 
      July 4, 2009
    Quoting Sean Moran (Neo Founder) Great,how do you make the barbed wire?
    Roll up a official lego net.
     I like it 
      July 3, 2009
    Great,how do you make the barbed wire?
     I like it 
      June 30, 2009
    Nice, as an Englishman I'm a bit if a fan of allied heroism in the world wars. Good bayonet idea by the way, totally turned round my opinion of those rifles (all of mine relegated to a bag, replaced with Brickarms).
     I like it 
      June 8, 2009
    Awesome! I'll probably steal that barbed wire design, with credit of course. Could you check out my new WWII MOC?
     I like it 
      May 18, 2009
    A bit chaotic but the machine gun fires adds the right touch..Very well done
     I like it 
      May 17, 2009
    Nice job. I only have one complaint: I do believe they did not start calling them Jerrys until ww2. During ww1 they called them Huns. Nice job either way.
    Colonel  Ghostman
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    Elite Marshal : RC - 1313 "Daro" Skirata
      May 16, 2009
    Very nice might I say.
     I like it 
      April 20, 2009
    Awesome creation dude i love the bayonettes.
     I like it 
      April 20, 2009
    Once again - Brilliant!
     I like it 
      April 19, 2009
    Really cool! I might have to steal that barbed wire technique as well....
     I made it 
      April 17, 2009
    Quoting hans huffel great work but why the heck is the british officer a skellaton?? (spelled that wrong)
    He's dead.
     I like it 
      April 16, 2009
    great work but why the heck is the british officer a skellaton?? (spelled that wrong)
     I like it 
      March 18, 2009
    i liked the barbed wire the most and i thought it was nice and good job
     I like it 
      March 18, 2009
    i liked the barbed wire the most and i thought it was nice and good job
      March 13, 2009
    Okay, Areetsa C if your are above me or below me I have a message for you Mister "Dispose of your Mega blocks" Let me set something straight; Brickarms are not Mega Blocks, No-one on MOCpages uses Mega Blocks. 2: You critizize too much, and from what I heard, you're nine and jealous. You've got a bunch of friends over in your section of MOCpages, so leave us alone! You've spammed my MOCs and others MOCs too much. Here's a message from all of us: Go spam somewhere else on MOCpages!! and here's another one: Go join your spam loving friends! MOCpages is ruined by people like you! So do us a favor and go away!
     I like it 
      March 10, 2009
    very nice! the barb wire and the bajonet are excellent!
     I like it 
      February 25, 2009
    THAT IS COOL HA I LIKE THE BARBWIRE
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      February 21, 2009
    Woa nice!! I thought you would have used the barb wire from those new "Agents" sets. but the net actually looks like barb wire if you curled it up. Nice on the detail. And I like the way you made the beuonet(probably spelled that wrong)on the guns.
      February 21, 2009
    Whilst I do not like your habit of self-insertion, and while your grammar and writing needs a bit of work, I also know you are not me, and what I find strange could be normal for you. Anyhow, the ground is a bit lumpy looking; mud usually moves down, meaning it should be made of plates instead of bricks. Ah well, if you haven't the bits, you haven't the bits. I was not aware either side in the first world war made use of incidenary machinegun rounds, however. May I suggest black studs or cones held off the landscape by transparent 1x1 round plates? The whole thing seems to come together rather well, however. To that fellow below: yes, rubber bands are used for the bayonets. I use a different type for that purpose; mine are white and thick, his are black and thin. I think it's a case of 'great minds think alike'.
     I like it 
      February 20, 2009
    Nice work!
     I like it 
      February 17, 2009
    Very nice. Not many good WWI creations out there. A++
     I like it 
      February 15, 2009
    Ofcourse! I might answer a little late though because I'm doing my other hobby now: gaming ^^. Star Wars Republic Commando to be precise.
     I like it 
      February 15, 2009
    Don't worry about answering late, I haven't got a quick response too. Next mocs will be: Tri Droid, Weapons Museum, Clone Variants, maybe an Advanced Dwarf Spider droid and a diorama moc. I think off Utapau (with octuptarra droids). ~M
     I like it 
      February 15, 2009
    Very nice! I like the net/barbed wire design.
     I like it 
      February 15, 2009
    Glad to hear that. It will be a combination of the tri droids seen on Mygeeto and in the movie The Clone Wars (assuming that you've seen it), because I need to make it sand-blue due to limited parts. Are you going to make some star wars mocs btw?
     I like it 
      February 15, 2009
    Great job on the barbed wires! This is the first time I see a web used for it. I really like the brown ground. It gives it a war feeling. Btw, I'll order pieces from bricklink this week and then I'll build a tri droid. It will take a while though. I hope you will soon be better! ~M
      February 15, 2009
    hey man you should really consider doing a comic of world war two with your figs and all. people would love it and it be worth it
    Colonel  Ghostman
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    CC-7576 "Rex"
      February 14, 2009
    Perfect, thats my favorite MOC made by you, I love the details and that heavy action, the machine gun shots are a very nice idea. All in all just awesome!
     I like it 
      February 14, 2009
    Very nice! Good effects! I've never dabbled in WWI, just WWII and modern. Excellent job, keep it up! I just finished an urban combat vig, check it out.
     I like it 
      February 14, 2009
    The barbed wire looks very nice, great idea with the rope/net thing. I like how you use so much detail!
     I like it 
      February 14, 2009
    Love the use of the net for barbed wire. Though the photography could be a little better. Great Job umm Ghostman!
     I like it 
      February 14, 2009
    Great!!! Fantastic work and is a great MOC. Nice one!!! PS it is me the Legofanatic, or ARC Alpha-12 "Fordo". I changed my name. And can you check out my newest creation? Thanks.
     
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