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Lego Punic Wars




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The Punic Wars were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC.[1] At the time, they were probably the largest wars that had ever taken place.[2] The term Punic comes from the Latin word Punicus (or Poenicus), meaning "Carthaginian", with reference to the Carthaginians' Phoenician ancestry.
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  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
    lol I liked when the first Roman took one to the neck. You should have added a bit at the end after they win where they salted the land so nothing would ever grow again, a permanent wasteland. One of the most diabolical military moves in all of history.
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,434
    Interesting! How long did it take? There were some nice parts, but I'd maybe suggest keeping the camera stationary for longer periods as I found the zooming back and forth a bit distracting. Keep at it though!
  • cooltrexcooltrex Member Posts: 6
    andhe said:

    Interesting! How long did it take? There were some nice parts, but I'd maybe suggest keeping the camera stationary for longer periods as I found the zooming back and forth a bit
    distracting. Keep at it though!

    Ok thanks I will try to zoom less next time. (:

    lol I liked when the first Roman took one to the neck. You should have added a bit at the end after they win where they salted the land so nothing would ever grow again, a permanent wasteland. One of the most diabolical military moves in all of history.

    Ya I was thinking of that but I did not know how to put that in to lego form. :P

    Thanks guys for the Good comments!
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,674
    Is that a brickforge spill for the blood? If you are using non-lego parts, then the arabian helmet from them is much better than the lego arabian helmet. Although not perfect for a Carthaginian helmet, it is not bad.

    I'm not a fan of mixing fleshies with yellow-skins. It just doesn't look right to me, although sometimes hard to avoid if you want torsos from one type and they have skin colours printed on them.
  • cooltrexcooltrex Member Posts: 6
    CCC said:

    Is that a brickforge spill for the blood? If you are using non-lego parts, then the arabian helmet from them is much better than the lego arabian helmet. Although not perfect for a Carthaginian helmet, it is not bad.

    I'm not a fan of mixing fleshies with yellow-skins. It just doesn't look right to me, although sometimes hard to avoid if you want torsos from one type and they have skin colours printed on them.

    Well the mixed skin colors, showed that the carthaginian people were very diverse. Also the spill of blood is from brick forge.(: Lastly I just did not think of using the brickforge arabian helmet, I have some. :P.
    Thanks for the comment!
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