Blaze's Mooshu Extravaganza!

September 30, 2011 Blaze Shadowhorn 0 Comments

Heyo peps!

Today I am going to be posting about my amazingly awesome, Mooshu Extravaganza house! So to start off, this is a outside kind of nature theme with lots of amazing twists and turns :)

Here we have the illustrious entrance which gives the real N in nature. It shows the vast trees in the outside along with many amazing plants and pets galore! 

Next we have our amazing Zen Garden which has the peaceful summer trees as well as a few lotus flowers to give it the nature touch. Included is a birdbath which the birds love as long as Mr. brown spider doesn't touch it. We all know that Mr. Spider is more interested in the amazing pasture behind the trees and the cart filled with fresh vegetables. Mmm. Delicious!

Here we have the petting zoo if you would. Here we have our chicken coops where our chickens produce the freshest and most organic eggs in the Spiral! They are able to do so due to the lush flowers in their possession. The chickens are fed daily with their special chicken food which is stored in the wheel-barrel. The chickens love this environment and they need constant care.

Who is that emerging from the mist! It is the great warriors of the village! The bearnians are the warriors that protect and keep the village safe. They make their entrances from their meeting zone which is right behind the magical waterfall. It is said that the waterfall has been there since the begining of time itself. 

Here we have a view of the magnificent entrance to the royal house of ages. Only those with the highest honor  in the village are allowed to dine and sometimes take part in living in this illustrious masterpiece. It has architecture fit for a king! Don't forget the amazing scenery and plant life that partakes in this rich living space. They even have their very own goat-master who watches over the village on the cliff in the bottom left corner.

A nice area to chill and kickback and view the amazing nature that is in the environment. You can take the bridge up and hop on up and kick your feet up and relax. You can also light the inside of the red pagoda to signal that you need assistance.

Here we have yet another zen relaxation zone where you can be catered by the goat master who will tend to your every command. Whether it be fetching you a snack or polishing your wand, he does the job. You can kick back and look up and view the glorious summer trees with their amazing color and patterns.

Here we have an amazing tunnel discovered by the monks ages ago yet no one has ever dared to enter. It is marked by two trees.

The entrance way to the magnificent holy of hollies room. In here there have been the initiations of some of the villages greatest warriors. It is guarded by the two elder monks of the village. 

The holy of hollies is the one room in the village that is where the villages greatest warriors have been initiated and been given the option of staying in this glorious house. It has the fountain of knowledge in which every hero must drink from to become initiated. The tiki's are where the onlookers look from.

The grand bedroom which has everything needed for royalty. It has the two finest beds in the whole village as well as a place for the owner to place his swords. It comes with a bookshelf, cabinet, and table.

Here is the bank in which the owner places his belongings.

The grand artifacts room in which the greatest warriors place their kimonos and pagodas to show their respect to the village. The artifacts in this room are respected with a lot of honor and dignity. They have been worn by the most brave and courageous warriors in the village.

The room in which the warriors and owners come to meditate in and relax. They can connect to previous warriors from the past and great monks who can help them.

Thank you for reading my very long post :) I hope you enjoyed what you saw and I hope you visit the village some day :) 
-Blaze Shadowhorn


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