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From: Hubert
Subject: Re: Landmark Takish Elf Architecture Competition
Date: Sun, July 19th 2015 15:40:43 EDT

For those of you following Everquest Next and Landmark, you may have heard of some of the architecture competitions that were taking place in Landmark. Basically they challenge the builders in Landmark to create structures that they provide concept artwork for. If they really like what you've created your structure might actually appear in Everquest Next itself.

I have been playing Landmark for some time now and have learned a lot about building things. I decided to take part in the most recent competition. This is interesting because they are bringing up lore that will be used in Everquest Next to help you make decisions about building things.

The competition technically starts on Tuesday July 21st and will complete on July 28th. I'm pretty much done and mainly tweaking things as best I can. I'm not holding out too much hope of winning because I've seen some pieces of art that are amazing that I don't have a chance of beating. Though what I've done isn't too shabby I don't think I'll win. But who knows. Maybe I'll get some kind of honorable mention.

I've uploaded several screenshots of my structure. I called it the Kelebert Forest Observatory (a long story on the name... I can provide it if interested). It is an astronomical observatory set up by the Takish elves a long time ago in a forest. More details can be found in my uploaded library page here:

http://www.eternal-flame.org/library/librarypage.php?libpage=786

Wish me luck in the competition. :)

Special thanks to Thas for helping me get these screenshots up. Our library has been much neglected for a long time and many parts of the submission part of it were broken. You can still post pages but you can't upload images currently (Thas did this manually for me by hacking the database and bypassing the failing upload page). Hopefully we'll get the ability to upload images soon, but obviously it hasn't been heavily used in a long time anyway (until I needed it just now).

Hubert Vestan


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