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Crimson Freedom concert at the Fountain of Youth . Post-apocalyptic scene with a little band playing. It was just a quick build between better projects. Oh, and I'm sorry for no music, but I have absolutely no idea how to add it (stealing HTML code didn't work), so please tell me in the comment (or give a link). . Lack of pictures due to camera battery impotence. It's a metal concert, if I get info about video posting, I'll add some Sabaton, wich they are probably playing. It's actually a remake of a MOC I'll be posting soon. That one's been waiting as a project with Magma!, but my skill grew so much that it wouldn't really be worth it. Oh, and the band is playing on a broken part of... Road or something. With that out of the way, some general shots. The crowd. Also the reason for the parental guidance. Remember, it's kind of a rebellion concert. Oh, look, the rain collector. The tanks, they contain pure water, a rare sight in the time this is placed in. That's actually why it's called the fountain of youth, no magic or sci-fi stuff, just clean water. Wich doesn't age you as fast as posion. How? Well, just a cleaning facility, you know. Oh, look, a little bridge. The "stream of toxic waste" I was talking about over half of a year ago. Aditional picture, with some bullet hole details. The previous MOC was too unstable and big to keep whole for a longer time. So I only kept a few parts. Ooo, small bullet holes. Remember, in the previous MOC, when I said every hole has a story? Well, they have them here, just not as interesting as before. Because you loved the lamp so much. And it fits in so many different places! The best part is it has a power cord (not sure if there's a picture of it). Even Chuck Norris came to see the concert! I guess he just likes Sabaton. Picture of no practical significance. The band. Used some flexible posing for them, because you can'y playing music if you're as stiff as a minifig. It's actually my SigBand, so the guitairist also kind of counts as my SigFig (I will explain in a later MOC). Drums. I have absolutely no idea how they're supposed to look, I just don't give a crap for them. Apologies to drummers everywhere (but my apology doesn't prevent your fellow band members from thinking you're stupid, but that's just a stereotype) Singer. Lacking more string pieces, for the mic. The hardsuit guy, on the bass guitair. Uhh, in absolutely no order, the fountain itself. And another extremely random picture. If there's no clean water in the future, what do they shower with? Probably contaminated water and then alcohol (dreams of many AFOLs).


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