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Weekly Set Review: [Royal Knight's Catapult]

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Postby Silent Arrow » Sun Jan 16, 2005 10:55 pm

Jojo wrote:
So how many blue 2x6x1 arches do you have in your collection? ;)

I never bought a set for its bricks but for its design. That's why I haven't bought a single brick since 1992.......

Jojo wrote:
Why do you exclude the great Catapult (6030) and Siege Tower (6061) from 1984?

Here you are right. These sets I had in mind. Don't forget that these sets were on the shelves of the shops many years after 1984 (till 1989 or so).... 8)
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Postby Athos » Mon Jan 17, 2005 1:38 am

Nice little catapult. Kind of hearkens back to the catapults of old. Also the spyrius guy that came in the other part had a great face. Nice looking evil guy. I tend to use him for most of my villians, like him:

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Postby Formendacil » Mon Jan 17, 2005 7:00 pm

Well, ignoring the fact that this came with the Spyrius ship, it was an okay set. Decent soldier (if you like Royal Knights) decent assortment of weapons. Okay catapult (better than most that came after, anyway).

Parts: 8/10 (blue arches, eh)
Playability: 6/10
Figs/Accessories: 7/10
Design (then): 6.5/10
Design (now): 8/10

Overall score: 7.1/10
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Postby Webrain » Tue Jan 18, 2005 6:38 pm

It's got a nice minifig.....

OK now really a crap set thats cost a fortune now cause it's hard to get. It got 2 pretty rear arches in blue I have to admit but otherwise it's pure crap.

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Postby Robin Hood » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:46 am

Athos wrote: Also the spyrius guy that came in the other part had a great face. Nice looking evil guy. I tend to use him for most of my villians, like him:

Well just for the record, he had the other spyrious face.

But back to the castle part. Nice set. Fair good pieces. Unique because it came with the pack, but nothing really special. I'd give it a, 7/10.

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Re: Weekly Set Review: [Royal Knight's Catapult]

Postby DerBum » Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:31 pm

Well, its been up for a while and no one has said anything... I guess I will get things going. This set isnt great, but it certainly isnt one of TLC's worst. You get a decent guy and a siege weapon. I prefer the older siege equipment (being a Crusader fan myself) but for its time this set would serve a child well.
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Re: Weekly Set Review: [Royal Knight's Catapult]

Postby LegoLord. » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:07 pm

It's alright. I'd give it a seven out of ten, they didn't exactly have blue seige machines in the 1100's... :wink:
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Re: Weekly Set Review: [Royal Knight's Catapult]

Postby Vilmar » Wed Sep 02, 2009 11:31 pm

a pity it comes with a space thing. This is a nice royal knights set
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