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Re: Is Castle siege a money waster?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:47 pm
by domboy
I also saw KCS on the shelves at the closest Lego store to me (Raleigh NC)... along with the Dwarve's Mine. I'm really surprised that these two sets have lasted so long... is this normal?? All the other 2007 sets and some of 2008 are gone. I have only recently gotten back into Lego so I have no clue how long sets usually hang around...

Re: Is Castle siege a money waster?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 2:27 pm
by Username
domboy wrote:I have only recently gotten back into Lego so I have no clue how long sets usually hang around...


I would snatch it up while you can.

Re: Is Castle siege a money waster?

PostPosted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:13 pm
by DarkTemplar
Username wrote:
domboy wrote:I have only recently gotten back into Lego so I have no clue how long sets usually hang around...


I would snatch it up while you can.


I agree entirely, if you see something you must have you should get it when you see it. I remember when I was younger I had always wanted Imperial Trading post after seeing it in the little catalogs that came in sets. I managed to get a hold of it 5 years later MISB for about double the price on ebay. I probably shouldn't have opened it but what can I say I've always been a kid at heart.

Moral of the story, by now for a reasonable price or pay high later :)

Re: Is Castle siege a money waster?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 1:50 pm
by domboy
Username wrote:
domboy wrote:I have only recently gotten back into Lego so I have no clue how long sets usually hang around...


I would snatch it up while you can.


For the record, I actually bought KCS back in March on a Toys R US sale... one of my first new Legos in over a decade (along with the Dwarve's Mine)...

Anyway, I saw it again at TRU the other day, so it's not completely gone yet...