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Post  Cale on Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:24 pm

The 1584 Knight's Challenge was one of my all time favorite Castle sets as a Kid. So when I saw this I squealed with joy.

10223 Kingdoms Joust

It started with the Medieval Market Village then the release of the stellar Kingdoms line and now this. What an awesome time to be a Castle fan. LEGO is on their A game lately.

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Re: 10223 Kingdoms Joust

Post  LEGO Dog on Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:24 pm

That's pretty sweet. I missed out on the one you had. This is the edition I had as a kid.

Knight's Tournament

Oh, brick built horses...

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Post  ctbyrne on Sat Oct 01, 2011 2:17 am

And this is the edition I had!
http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?S=6095-1
Ah, Knights Kingdom I, the Town Jr. of Castle...

And Cale, that new Joust looks really good. A very elaborate set. They don't usually give you an entire scene like that. Adding more to it could not improve it!
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Post  LEGO Dog on Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:01 am

The new one is definitely an improvement and is one of the better looking castle sets I've seen in years.

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Post  P_Thorne on Sat Oct 01, 2011 11:49 am

ctbyrne wrote:Adding more to it could not improve it!

As a production set, maybe. But it could easily be transformed into a Ren Faire Smile by parking some Town cars outside and scattering the Town minifigs about as spectators. While eating turkey legs. With a ticket booth in the archway, and an ATM to the side. Then rearrange the Market Village and Forge sets into the faire's vendors, selling... I dunno, what merchandise looks good at minifig scale?... glassware, "plush" dragons, hats, cheese, live steel. (Now I'm thinking about a glassblower's version of the Forge shed.) Ooh! And if you wanted to look like the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire at Mount Hope, you could add a landlocked pirate ship.

Castles, Market Village, Joust, Farm, Forge ... What we need next is an official festival-themed set. Elevated stage and backdrop, minstrels, musicians, lanterns.
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One photo uses two copies

Post  P_Thorne on Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:05 pm

I first caught the announcement on Facebook, but it's duplicated on Eurobricks, which adds an important caveat: one of the wide-shot photos combines two copies of the set (with 11 figs). The castle archway is cross-sectional (with two copies you enclose it) and there are only 9 figs. The first Eurobricks photo show a full set of modules from a single set, which seem to be:

Archway with two towers (three stories plus attic) with exposed interiors
Wall-section with elevated platform with Hawk and Lion shields
Wall-section with elevated blue-paneled shed
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Red/white lion pavilion and horse
Green/black hawk pavilion and horse
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