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The Cauldron of Doom . 2011 MocAthalon: Team: 5 Easy Pieces, Category: Spooktacular . I almost called it the hot cauldron of love, but I decided against that. The cauldron is an inside-out tire. I wanna be a witch doctor! EDIT! In my stupidity, I didn't take a picture of the back so y'all could see the size of the diorama, so here: The side on the left extends out 24 studs, and the bit on the right extends out 26 studs. The whole this is over 24 studs wide at shortest. The base has a total are greater than that of 24 by 24, but it doesn't look like it because I arranged the wedges to make it not look so suare, and that explains some of the divets which recess further in that 24 studs. The point is, I believe it fits the guidelines but I have a really weird base. I'm sorry for the hassle. 2011 MocAthalon Later` -=LL=-


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