Behold titanic LEGO Crawler Town!
Listen to the clicking agony of its thighs!
Mighty, too, are the plastic townsfolk who march in lockstep to the thrum-thrum-thrum. The very ground shifts forever beneath their five-millimeter feet. . . .
“GET OFF MY BACK!” bewails the hardworking LEGO titan unto the world, like the globe-toting Atlas of ancient lore.
The world doth not listen. For the bustling microcosm responds not like people, but like a ton of bricks. Fake plastic blockheads all, and no nobler for it.
Only from beneath can the truth appear clear. Purity lies below.
The most wonderful thing about this time of year? You’re never too old for toys. Not even you, Dracula. Here’s a fun and peculiar guide to making your own mechanical bat, one of many such guides at Ravensblight.com.
For the creature of the night who has everything, check out the Graveyard Gothic Garden. Are “Moonflower” and “Dragon Tree” actual plant names? If anybody has one of these, kindly post your results below!
From the website:
The Gothic Garden celebrates plants that are strange, ugly, and unusual. As you will see, even the seeds of some of these plants are bizarre! Simply plant the seeds in the graves you have created with the included Blood Rock™ and Tombstone Stakes™, water and step back!