Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Lepin 16017: King's Castle Siege Preview

Oh how I wish I had more money and space at home.. 






This set looks great! Lots of play features + it looks good for display. Win win for many fans!

I'll let the pictures do the rest of the talking.

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9 comments:

  1. Awesome! Looks like it's based off Lego 7094. Too bad I already own Enlighten's huge AF castle and don't have room for another one... for now anyway. No minifigs though? That's kinda odd.

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    1. I really wanna see Enlighten's sets but I can't seem to find a nice source for them :/

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    2. Straight at the source! http://www.enlighten-brick.com/eng.html

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  2. Strange - it appears as if it is Castle + Dragon but no Minifigures at all. I wonder if that's correct and there are no Knights in the box. It would be very odd if that is the case.

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    1. Yeah I wonder why no minifigs.. This set is supposed to have a lot of minifigs.. :/ Maybe it will be cheaper for us though since no minifigs but we'll see

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    2. At Taobao there are a few offerors selling the set for 113 Yuan, which would be 15 € or 16.40 $. Their screenshots of the box come with minifigs.

      I'd say the offers at e. g. Aliexpress without minifigs might either a preliminary version or possibly and maybe more likely some guys who have ordered the original Lepin set and just resell the castle and the dragon. Why do I think so? Because the pictures on the box without the minifigs are photoshopped. On the upper right picture in http://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1fCukRXXXXXajXFXXq6xXFXXXE.jpg you can still see a part of the scythe weapon, you can also see the shadow of a crossbow. For comparison, see https://img.alicdn.com/imgextra/i4/607792780/TB2KA54o1J8puFjy1XbXXagqVXa_!!607792780.jpg

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  3. Quite surprising that they do this set. After all the castle is not that extraordinary. But maybe because it's of the same era as the Medieval Market set, or due to the dragon.

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    1. Well we can never really tell since bootleggers are so random.. Hopefully they produce nice sets more though :D

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