David Girard wrote:It's a nice set. The wall are a bit simple, but the tower is fantastic. It has only 4 minifigures. 6 could have been better, (like 6062).
The most interesting part of this set is the siege tower. It's a lot realistic. I can't wait to own it.
There a mistery on this set. Wich clan is the owner of the wall ? The Black Falcon or the Lion Crest ?
You liked the seige tower?! I thought that the fact you could connect it with other sets was cool, but in my opinion the seige tower and mini figs were very cheesy .
DerBum wrote:You liked the seige tower?! I thought that the fact you could connect it with other sets was cool, but in my opinion the seige tower and mini figs were very cheesy .
I must have missed something here, the siege tower is the piece of siege equipment that came in this set and is the primary item. The wall piece is nice to expand a castle, but I think was included simply to round out the set. As far as Lego siege equipment goes the siege tower is one of the best built and certainly functional (especially at the time). I didnt see anything wrong with the figure selection, a knight to lead the attack and men to man the tower... worked for me.
Bruce N H wrote:Oh, just one more thing. One slight improvement that this set could have had was to somehow include the horse hitching piece. That would have allowed for an alternate model to make some sort of wagon since you already have the horse and four wheels, plus various plates.
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