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M.O. Round 2; Mike Johnson v. Freeling++ . Make a scene where a minifig performs an incredible feat. The key lies in the posing of the fig and adapting the environment to the action. Is he lifting a car off a toddler or shoving someone out of the way of a speeding semi? Come up with a MOC of a normal person performing an incredible feat! . MocOlympics 2012 My honorable opponent: Freeling++ My honorable opponent's entry. DONíT UNDERESTIMATE MY POWER! It was a beautiful day for a hike as the Carlsonís made their way across the suspended bridge high above Emerald-Bend River gorge. Being a lush environment full of all kinds of flora and fauna, it is a popular destination for anyone who wishes to commune with nature. This shallow river actually earned its name from its rocks which are enveloped in a deep green moss giving them the illusion of being giant gems bathed in sparkling water. However, this day would soon turn into a hellish nightmare as the bridge suddenly begins to buckle and then snap apart literally under their feet! Samantha Carlson manages to grasp the remaining support cable. Steadying herself, she glances back to find her son Dylan stretching for the safety of his grandmotherís arms but her husband James is nowhere to be seen. Low and behold though, the bridge seems not to be collapsing? Then it becomes frightening unreal as to why. James somehow managed to grab onto each unbroken half and through sheer force of will is holding the bridge together while screaming for them to get to safety! Dr. William Whoreknocker and his son Peter who were also enjoying some quality father-son time together happen to arrive amidst the chaos and rush to their aid. One young future botanist with the moniker of Lily (what a shocker) McGilicutty is so engrossed by a flowering hibiscus that she is utterly oblivious to the courage amidst the crisis occurring around her. Perhaps even more disturbing is the guy named Percy Lewiniski who only sees dollar signs through his lens-finder at the scene unfolding before him. If heís not careful, he might end up like the last guy who also ignored the safety rails to get that money shot, Gawd willing! Now for some additional shots of the scenery in all its splendor. This one reveals the rare golden-throated red-crested woodpecker. In the pine trees we have a couple of grey-bellied blackbirds looking for a place to roost. Scaling the rocky terrain, a large hunting spider sets its eight eyes on a tasty frog sitting amongst the grass. A couple of shore birds search for tender morsels along the shoreline. Itís so nice to see such lovely flowers in bloom this time of year. The following shots are to give a better view of the rock ledges and the other vegetation. COMMENTATORS NOTES: When I first read this category, I had no idea how I was going to pull this off. A multitude of ideas came and fell by the wayside. Like most things I build, it just sort of grew on its own. Hopefully the concept of a father doing the impossible to save his family no matter the cost shines through. If not, then at least I got to work on my skills building scenery and maybe even improve them a smidge or two. Good luck to all who advance and to rest (which might be including me), at least youíre free to build what you want again!


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