I'm not even sure what this thing is supposed to be. I've never seen this set before, as I was in my dark ages at the time, and a few glances at sets made during that time have only assured me that those were definately the right years for a "dark age".
For a moment, lets just forget the fact that the concept of somebody pushing around a cart with flames in front is stupid and look at the set itself. How are these flames even being produced? Those little blocks couldn't possibly carry enough fuel to keep the flames at such a high intensity for any length of time at all. Secondly, how are the flames controlled? Is there a little trigger switch on the handle that adjusts the intensity, like there is on my lawn mower?
This set isn't even good for the knight. I don't own a "bull" figure, and unless there happens to be one in a bulk lot, I doubt I ever will. I thought the Dragon Masters looked terrible, but suddenly I have a new found respect for them. The helmet makes little sense as it was a DM helmet, and has what I always assumed to be a dragon's head on top. How this is relevant to Bulls I will never know. Secondly, the figure itself looks terrible.
I hate when Lego gets lazy, and that's just what happened here. A set that was poorly thought out, teamed together with a faction that was cobbled together equals overpaid designers. The only use I see for this set is for the sword and spear (maybe the helmet for my DM's... I don't even want that shield).
3 of 10.
(On a side note. If you want to see how low Lego sunk in just a few years, all you have to do is look at the effort put into the mini-sets like these. About 10 years prior, you had a similar set released in which a Crusader was pulling a cart with a treasure chest on it. It actually made sense, and came with just about as many parts, which were similar. In that set you also got a spear, a sword, a shield, a helmet, a minifig, etc. The difference between the two is that the first looked as if it had some thought put into it, seems logical, and could easily find a place in your castle world. This one looks as if the designers reached into a bucket, pulled out a handful of pieces, and stuck them all together without any care or attention. It really makes me sad to think about such a decline... )
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