1. Standard rules apply.
2. All submissions must be of a particular standard or higher; that is, after all, what sets this group apart from the others. We will not accept MOCs of low quality - while we understand that some people lack the necessary pieces, everyone will be treated equally.
3. Submissions must be designed by the owner. This is a group for MOCs (an acronym for My Own Creation), which is anything that the user has created using Lego brand elements. Confirmed offbrand elements will be denied and could be grounds for removal of deviations.
4. Anyone may become a member of this group, but only those whose submissions meet the standard can have their deviations in our gallery.
5. There is a 5 submissions per day limit on all folders. Flooding is not permitted.
6. Please submit your deviation to the appropriate folder. If you are unsure, read the descriptions for the folders or ask one of the administrators.
7. Lego Digital Designer Submissions are allowed
8. To request a submission be featured, removed, or exchanged for another in our featured gallery folder, please Note the group with the subject/title of "Featured Gallery Request." Only Deviations that have been successfully submitted to the group will be placed into the featured folder. MOCers should ideally have more than one deviation submitted to the group before requesting features.
9. The admins have the power to
10. The Lego MOCer's league is very much like its brother group, the Much of the rules and standards are the same. However, there are going to be some slight to moderate differences. The LML will be kinder to "lego culture" submissions. We understand Minifigs are a big part of what makes lego fun and aren't necessarily MOCs. We understand this, and therefor will allow quality submissions of Minifigure centric deviations.
11. Lastly, happy MOCing!
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