MOC-146619 Hero’s Grave by Pontus_Gehrmann_MOCS

MOC-146619 Hero’s Grave by Pontus_Gehrmann_MOCS


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This is my take on “Fringefolk’s Hero’s Grave”. An wellknown Elden Ring structure with a splendidn looking archetecture.

This building is one 5 Hero’s Graves that exists on the Elden Ring map. This one is in the region called Limgrave with vegetation based on olive green grass and trees with orange leafs. 

I love to build Elden Ring MOCs, especially big structures. This was an obvious choice that I felt like needed to be made in plastic bricks. i chose Fringefolk’s Grave instead of the other once since my other choices was to build an enviroment based on yellow grass which kind of stole all the focus from the main building or make on in snowy terrain which I though would be pretty boring. By chosing this one I could make tall trees that breaks up all the grey. Fringefolk’s Hero’s Grave is also more knowned by the community since this is were you take your first steps out in the beautiful, magical and brilliant looking world.

Further on the the actual building. It contains one layer of plates with things like bushes, rocks, trees, Rowa Fruit (an item that grows everywhere in this region), three crucifix and a site of grace. Then we got the mainfloor of the building. Here you will find four sort of towers, a door matching the one in game and also three highly detailed walls. Ontop of this you will find the last floor. Six towers that’s more built into the walls and another three detailed walls. Lastly we got the roof which contains a bunch of tiles and a fence going all the way around (same design that were used in the Boutique Hotel).
But we can’t forget the massive statue that rises over the grave. This statue is based on a man in a big cloak and hood who carries a woman. The statue is also pointed to the direction where the erdtree would have been (Elden Ring lore).