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LEGO Castle Adventure
Bruce N. H. 27 III 09

LEGO Castle Adventure is an exhibit currently on display at the Children's Musem of Indianapolis. The display includes many activities designed for kids; great models like the Neuschwanstein above, built by LEGO Master Builder Erik Varszegi; and even a castle designed by a fan, who won a contest in the Brickmaster magazine. The display models were built by LEGO professionals, with the larger pieces built by their team in the Czech Republic and the smaller models of individual castles built in Enfield. Members of IndyLUG have gotten involved with promoting this event in their area. According to the press release, children will be able to learn about life in a castle, do some building of their own, dress up in period costume and even joust and shoot a catapult. It looks like a lot of fun. The display will be at Indianapolis until May 3 and will then travel to other children's museums around the country. They're booked for the next five years, so hopefully it will come to a town near you. We'll be sure to post additional dates as they are made public.


Weekly Set Re-Review: Scorpion Prison Cave
Ben E. 23 III 09

Join the weekly Classic Castle set review discussion. Please post your opinions on the set play ability, piece selection, design, etc. Which sets stand up to our catapult of critique and which ones crumble in shame!

This week’s set is 8876 Scorpion Prison Cave.

Scorpion Prison Cave was released in 2005 for Knight's Kingdom II. This tower outpost includes a portcullis which lifts like a drawbridge, a small catapult, banners, and various accessories. Vladek and a Shadow Knight riding a giant scorpion guard the Prison Cave. Jakyo, riding his catapult horse, attacks to rescue Danju.


Weekly Set Re-Review: Forestmen's Hideout
Ben E. 15 III 09

Join the weekly Classic Castle set review discussion. Please post your opinions on the set play ability, piece selection, design, etc. Which sets stand up to our catapult of critique and which ones crumble in shame!

This week’s set is 6054 Forestmen's Hideout.

Forestmen’s Hideout, the second Forestmen sub-theme set, was released in 1988. It is an opening tree that includes a tree house area, two forestmen, an archery target, smaller trees, and accessories.


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