Even though it IS nostalgic, there have been better jousting sets and worse ones.
Erik Olson: "My first castle set, first minifig hair, first low slopes, first cypress tree... This set was magical (but see 6000 and 375)."
Christina Hitchcock: "Love that Tree"
James Keir Simpson: "My fondest Lego memories are of this set."
Yvonne Doyle: "Wonder set .. I wish I had it .. I do have the 2 flags !"
Johannes "Jojo" Koehler: "The blue knight is one of my alltime favourites."
Paul D. Pfeiffer: "Ahh... the old days"
Shane Moser: "I have the instructions, but missing all the specialty pieces"
John Patterson: "need box, will buy or trade for one"
Arne Nielsen: "Found April 2003 in a toy store - for $25! On the same shelf for 24 years without being bought - unbelieveable!!"
Jim Glendinning: "As unforgettable as the 375 castle itself! The only other set to incorporate those amazing Knight visors, and featuring the red hair, tree and ultra rare shields!"
Don Lee: "SWEEET!!!!"
Ryan Witt: "Build your own horses! And the first time I ever saw plates that didn't have studs on top!"
rogue27 wrote:Too many rare elements for this to be a legend. If LEGO tried to re-release this set, it would not be the same with then changing many of the parts. Maybe I'll be lucky and find it in a toy store somewhere, but I think that sort of thing only happens in Europe.
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