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Rainbow Connection 2 . 2WC 6: The Post-MocAthalon . This entry for the MocAthalon is no longer an entry for the MocAthalon (but if it was, it would be for the category "St. Patrick's Day"). Instead, it is for the sixth two-week contest over at the COntest Group. Go check it out... the contest is allowing you the chance of building or rebuilding in any of the 2013 MocAthalon categories. A picture that shows it within the required 16x16 parameters: Oh, it's built with all minifigure parts, too. Yep. For those who still can't figure it out, it's a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, according to Irish folklore. I had originally made this on a much bigger scale (not just using minifig parts), but it was much, much larger than 16x16. So THAT, my friends, is the reason this never got done on time.


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