These sets reminds me Knight Kingdoms I, also that season when the Lion Knights vs Bull Knights. Also they have a good looking.
Still I don't understand why only a few horses in the whole series. I liked a lot when many different Knights were set (giving the impression of different personalities). I know that can be purchased many sets of the same and switch pieces to make them look diferent. Also, I remember that in the past many of the big sets included up to 12 minifigures. Of course, those castle sets were built with 375 up to 500 pcs. Doing a comparison with the Castle 2009 fantasy era, there are many aspects that dissapoints me at the moment of decide to buy these sets. As a parent I would say: "Ok, it's for my son... He will enjoy playing with these sets". The part I would be worried will be the quality of the pieces, that keep in a constant improvement, also the dye of the painted pieces.
Practically Lego drives over Megablocks, but they must consider the relation [(pieces*fun)/price]. They've have done a good work when they need to get out of the economic crisis of the company and they can do it now.
By the way, when some people said about the return of Lego Classic Castle Legends, I expected the re-release of the best sets ever made on the 35 years of Castle Sets.
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