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MIT Round Two: Mr. Lego vs Medieval Guy . What could possibly go wrong? It's just another day at the wharf. Today, a shipment of gunpowder is supposed to arrive at the Fort. . My entry for the 2011 MIT aginst this, which is Mr. Lego's entry for our catagory "What could possibly go wrong?" Here is the Fort, with a boat arriving. "Where do you want this gunpowder?" "We'll stack these barrels againt the back wall inside." Ah, the officers are hard at work 'supervising.' Yup, these guys have a tough job. Later, two new recruits are practicing their swordsmanship. What's this? A spark? Oh well. What could possibly go wrong? The spark lands among the freshly stacked barrels... BOOM! This part of the floor collapsed. Looks like that solier is KOed. That ends the story. Now, since you didn't get a good look at the actual build yet, here ya go! Here is where most traffic enters the Fort. Two lions guard each doorway against intruders. This is the end of the dock. I had fun getting it to curve. Well, that concludes this lenghty post. Hopefully you guys enjoyed! Let me know what you think. Who noticed my fabulous round table?


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