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Postby Wolfpack7 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:58 am

Buh, no pitchfork.
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Postby DerBum » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:52 am

I agree with all of you:

Its awesome and about time (for a civilian set... and what a way to do it)
And no pitchfork? Sad, but not a show stopper. Im in for one.

The only problem I have is that it looks more like a MOC than a Lego set, which means that it will look a little out of place around other sets from this time period. That isnt going to stop me though... it is still wicked awesome.
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Postby cagri » Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:01 am

DerBum wrote:The only problem I have is that it looks more like a MOC than a Lego set


Right, but that makes it more appealing to the AFOL community doesn't it? How many of us buy sets for display?
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Postby Ardohoth » Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:16 am

well i dont post often but i allways see the news.

I dont know about you guys but this set is something i was dreaming for years. So the truth is that i will buy it multiple times. This gives us the chance of making large enviroments. w00t I will be able to finish my city with those sets.

I only worry that if my woman see the money i will spend, i will have serious problems :shock:
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Postby jens » Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:26 pm

Hi!

After hours of watching this pictures I saw the horns of the cows. They are different from the viking-horns! Maybe they are only attached and we can use them in the viking-helmets?

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Postby Nickmans » Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:54 pm

This set is Godlike!

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Postby Quickblade22 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 2:55 pm

This set is awesome. It has opened the door for more civilian sets hopefully. The new pieces all look useful, and I think this set will make beginner builders better. The cows aren't as impressive as Brick Forge's, but it gives the purists something to moo about. :wink: It seems that this was a surprise to most AFOL's, and what a surprise it is. This should teach the :roll: at Euroleak that surprises have a purpose. I'm also pleased that the rain of tears of non-fantasy fans will subside for quite a while. This is what I was hoping for, the best of both worlds. :D
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Postby jokkna » Sun Oct 05, 2008 3:12 pm

Why does great things always happen when I am away?????

This is the most awesome thing I have ever seen in my life. I cant wait for this set to come out. PARTY PARTY :D
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Postby deathdog1 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 3:16 pm

Official Announcement from Doghouse Studios, maker of the Glomshire Series:
Due to welcome surprise of the Medieval Marketplace set, Glomshire II: Mordock's Attack will be released by mid-October. Production on Glomshire III: Lord Jerek Returns will not commence until after Doghouse Studios acquires a minimum of one Medieval Marketplace.

In other words, this is what I've been waiting for! :D I love the look of the set and am envisioning various additions/modifications and outright MOC'ing that I can do to expand my little films into a series.
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Postby sidewinderl » Sun Oct 05, 2008 5:43 pm

Great looking set...I'd change a few things about it, but I'm not gonna complain. I'm not really surprised that they came out with a set like this. What is surprising is the timing...it's a complete 180 from the direction they've been taking the fantasy castle line. Which is great since I don't care about the fantasy elements.
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Postby footsteps » Sun Oct 05, 2008 6:19 pm

Sanctified Bovine!
It's been a while since that was appropriate.

And here I thought that buying two of the Castle Advent calendars was my Christmas present to myself.

I will now have to enter into negotiations with my NLSO about getting this set (multiple times???).

Apart from that, I am speechless.

Thank you, TLC.

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Postby The Wolfpack Boss » Sun Oct 05, 2008 6:38 pm

Wow.

This was a jaw-dropper.

No pitchfork does suck, but is anyone else as excited as I am for two cows and two troths?! Troths! And those brickbuilt chickens are fantastic.

When I get a few spare bucks I'm going to nab this and a Knight's Battle Pack and an Advent Calendar for good measure. After all, the evil hordes have to have somebody to attack, or what's the point in having defenders? And what's a busy market scene without a Jester entertaining the kiddies?

Now I just can't wait for some of those Elf sets to hit ... I have enough warriors, thieves and barbarians to last me a long time ...
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Postby albero78 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 6:41 pm

Heir of Black Falcon wrote:WOW!!!
Lego you are swell. Even my wife said the town was a must buy.... cannot wait till it is out.
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Also my wife said the same. :)
It is just amazing. Thank you LEGO for a medieval civilian set. Castle line is just getting better and better. Cannot wait JANUARY!!!! Much better than a normal castle! Thanks thanks!!!

Looking forward try to add some buildings to the village!

I want it now!
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Postby LordZode » Sun Oct 05, 2008 9:41 pm

I don't mean to gush with hyperbole but I honestly thinking this is the greatest Castle Set LEGO has made, including classic.

And I grew up playing with all the Forestmen and Black Monarch sets.
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Postby Athos » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:50 pm

Wow, go away for a few days and look what I miss. This looks to be the best castle set ever.

Peasants, cows, horses and a turkey! I want at least two of this set. Practically everything we've ever asked for. Even plumes on the chickens.

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