DerBum wrote:Again, the whole point of my request was a smaller set that would have a story of its own, without being a bigger investment. A $20 set might end up as a birthday gift or something whereas a $10 set might be something picked up for doing chores or being well behaived. I am thinking of my kid here, I would really like there to be a better selection at the store of $10 and less sets.
Well, in that case, then you could have an ox driven cart carrying a goblin prisoner, an armed guard to drive the cart, and a peasant with a pitchfork and basket of tomatoes. For $10 you'd have 1 large animal, 3 minifigures, various accessories, a few bricks/plates and about four small to medium sized wheels. It'd be sized between the Knight's Catapult and the Final Joust of 2007.
There is no life I know to compare with pure imagination. Living there, you'll be free if you truly wish to be. -Willy Wonka, 1971-