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Courtroom . Charged with dithruptive drunken conduct and *hic* pirathy?!?! I plead not guilthy, your honor... . Built for a Series 9 mini-figure contest on Flickr. Once again, special thanks to Max Pointner for lending me a few necessary pieces. This is also a good time to announce that I'm entirely switching over to Flickr, so farewell MOCpages.* It's a little difficult to perceive, but the floor is constructed of SNOTed (studs not on top) flip-sides of dark tan masonry bricks, creating what I think is a fairly nice floorboard effect. BrickLink order, I mean order, order in the court! He's obviously not guilty of disruptive drunken conduct or piracy... A high ranking military officer presents the so called "not so obvious" evidence. *April fools! Thanks for stopping by and as always, Soli Deo Gloria!


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