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Entries for Microscale Medieval Life

Castle Dawdley

Submitted by: Andrew JN

Castle in the Clouds

The bottom of the mountain fits diagonally within a 16x16 base but the clouds do overhang, which I understand is permitted.

Submitted by: JackieB

Cliffside Village

Village on a cliff, all based around the micro tudor house design used on the watermill

Submitted by: Halhi141

dragons perch

Submitted by: Gunnarr Leidolf

Helm's Deep

Microscale Helm's Deep.

Submitted by: Mark of Siloam

High Bridge

Submitted by: adamsonofwilliam

House built upon sand

The grand hall and triple towers of the Wizards' Guild, built where the desert meets the sea.

Submitted by: Leopold

Hwemm Castle

Microscale Medieval Life

Hwemm Castle lies over the River Befrweoh. The land is desolate with little growing in it other than the Randgebeorh tree with it's distinctive dark red canopy of leaves.

The castle lies in King Cumlíðnes kingdom, a rich culture in architecture, and home to Lord Tim Eafora.

Submitted by: peggyjdb

Imperial Dam

A walled town stands aside this fertile river, allowing the residents to harness the water for agriculture and wheel power.

Submitted by: Dubbadgrim

Micro Cathedral

Submitted by: Legonardo

Micro Classic Castle 375

Micro version of the classic Lego Set 375.

Submitted by: bigboy99899

Micro Rivendell

My try on a microscale Rivendell.

Submitted by: marcu44

Microland Keep

Submitted by: Toltomeja

Microscale Dale

The City of Dale from J.R.R. Tolkien's the Hobbit built in microscale.

Submitted by: ReeseEH

Needle Town

Submitted by: crises

Railway to Riches

Submitted by: BTappel

Rapunzel's tower

Buried in the depths of the cliffs not to be noticed.

Submitted by: scottstaz

Sauron's Capitol

The capitol of Mordor and home of the remnants of Sauron's soul.

Submitted by: Roy of Floremheim

Skeldor Palace

Skeldor, the land of lava and constant change, but also the only location where fire crystals may be harvested. A rare and precious treasure indeed, but the risks cause only the brave or foolhardy to make this scalding and treacherous land their home. Living in prosperity and afraid of nothing, their castle sits mere feet from the edge of the mighty lava flow.

Submitted by: blacklegoninja

Slug Island Château

Submitted by: vitreolum

Tagashima Castle: CCC XIII

My entry for microscale medieval life.

Cheers! :)

Submitted by: Josiah N

The Crystal Cathedral

A mediëval Cathedral, for all your religious requirements!

Submitted by: jaapxaap

The Duel!

Loosely based on Inigo and Wetsley's duel in Princess Bride.

Submitted by: josdu

The Harvest

The changing season marks the fall harvest in this small fief.

Submitted by: KyleKreations

The Waterwheel of Azulair

Submitted by: gid617

Thenwell Castle

A small castle located in southern Lenfald.

Submitted by: soccerkid6

To End Her Reign

The once cheerful countryside had nearly been forgotten by her subjects buried underneath the smothering layers of unforgiving frost. It wasn’t until the return of a now old man to the land that the spirit of freedom from her oppression began to burn again in their minds. The old man, having left the land long before the arrival of the frost queen, recalled the pleasant rivers, rolling grass lands, and noble beasts that once roamed the hills and valleys. With hope as their guide, he organized a rebellion and made assault on the fortress to end her reign forever.

Submitted by: durazno33

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