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LEGO HEROICA Castle Fortaan 3860

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  • The goblin king has captured castle fortaan
  • An expandable world of adventure for 2-4 players
  • Included are 304 lego pieces, rules booklet and poster
  • Building instructions included
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 10.7 x 2.6 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (USA)
  • ASIN: B004OWNSCC
  • Item model number: 4611741
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,407 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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Castle Fortaan 3860 is one in a series of exciting HEROICA LEGO adventure games. Build the castle scene with custom LEGO bricks, setting the stage for your heroes. Roll the buildable LEGO die to travel the course, battle monsters, seek treasure, and complete the mission. Play Castle Fortaan by itself or combine it with other HEROICA game locales for an epic experience. This expandable role-playing adventure game is designed for two to four players.

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Castle Fortaan
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Item #: 3860
Age: 8+ years
Pieces: 304

Barbarian

Druid

Wizard

Knight

Goblin Warrior

Goblin Guardian

Goblin King
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HEROICA Castle Fortaan 3860 Product Shot
Arm your Hero with the Helmet of Protection and blue Speed Potion to help them charge through the castle. View larger.
HEROICA Castle Fortaan 3860 Characters
Build your own game board as you play good against evil in a battle for victory.
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Storm Castle Fortaan and Attain Glory

Castle Fortaan has fallen to the Goblin King and his army of monsters. You must find a way past the Goblin horde to defeat the King, but can you discover his secret battle plans and return safely with the Helmet of Protection? Fight and defeat 11 daunting enemies along your journey.

Castle Fortaan is designed for two to four players, so you can invite friends to join you in a fight for justice and glory.

Build the Scene and Begin the Battle

It wouldn't be LEGO if you didn't begin by creating your world. Build Castle Fortaan from scratch using the included 304 pieces and building instructions. Then roll the buildable LEGO die to navigate your heroes down the path, repel your enemies, and take on the Goblin King to claim his coveted treasure. Game play lasts 10 to 20 minutes.

Experience the Dramatic HEROICA Adventure Series

Castle Fortaan is just one game in the HEROICA LEGO adventure series. You can play it by itself or combine it with other sets to create an even greater escapade. Other adventures in the HEROICA series are Draida Bay, Waldurk Forest, and Caverns of Nathuz.

What's in the Box

HEROICA Castle Fortaan 3860 set with buildable Castle Fortaan landscape, four heroes, 11 monsters, buildable LEGO die, building instructions booklet, rules booklet, and mission map.


 
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Castle Fortaan 3860

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LEGO HEROICA Castle Fortaan 3860

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The basic rules are very simple and easy to understand.
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My 10 year old son LOVES Lego's and of course he wants all the Lego board games, too.
Catrina Thomas
As with all Lego games, the building is part of the fun.
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107 of 108 people found the following review helpful By black thumb on July 4, 2011
I got this to play with my 6-year-old son. It is pretty much exactly what it looks like: a cool little Lego dungeon-crawler. Each Heroica set (we also got Waldurk forest) comes with a certain number of 'rooms' and 'hallways' that can be combined in almost endless ways. Then you populate the dungeon with monsters and treasure and have at it.

Fortaan comes with a whopping 11 rooms: 2 generic rooms with torches in the corners, 2 rooms with a little table, book, and chair, 2 fortress rooms with crenellated parapets, an entrance area with a tree and a drawbridge, a feast room with a fireplace and a chicken leg (no kidding), an enchanted pool with a tree and a frog, a prison room with a barred door, and a throne room with banners and columns. It also includes 15 microfigures: 4 heroes, 6 goblins, 4 armored goblins, and 1 goblin king. For treasure, there are gold pieces, potions (speed, strength, luck, and health), 2 treasure chests, and a cool microfigure helmet.

There are 3 books in the box: the standard instruction book, a rule book, and an "adventure" book with a mini-comic and three suggested dungeon layouts. The dungeon layouts are not presented in any particular order, but if you look at the bits that are supposed to be included in each one, you can assemble them into a mini-campaign that ends with a confrontation in the throne room with the goblin king.

Each hero comes with a color-coded hero pack for storing their health points, gold pieces, potions, weapons that they've purchased from the store, and enemies vanquished. My son and I have a house rule that you can turn in every 4 vanquished enemies for 1 piece of gold.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By E. J Tastad TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 6, 2011
This is a entry level dungeon adventure game for kids, but still entertaining enough for adults to play with too. It uses flexible floor tiles that can be put together in any number of ways to make missions. The goal of each mission is to reach the target tile and move into the designated space or defeat the monster at that space. There are locked doors, treasure chests, potions, and monsters to keep you busy along the way.

The beauty of the Lego games is it is easy to expand the rules how you want, and they give you hints on how to get started. I always play by the base rules first, but I see a couple tweaks that could be made with this game already. Lego encourages you to make those tweaks! They encourage some simple compaining where you keep items and gold between missions, and encourage a simple game master approach where one player controls the monsters so they can be more interactive (instead of standing around). Take it as far as you want.

This game is similar to the old Hero Quest from 1989, where you have a tiled room approach and move your hero through the dungeon defeating monsters and collecting treasure. Lego makes the game more fun and approachable to children. The game play directions are only 2 pages long, typical of any other game. If you are familiar with some role playing games, the directions might be hundreds of pages long.

I bought the Castle of Fortaan first as it was the largest set, and figured it would be a good starting point. I intend to buy all the sets now that I have played it a couple times. My son loves setting up the board and doing his own imaginary play when we aren't actively playing the game "by the rules".

I highly recommend the Heroica series of games for kids with a strong imagination.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bookphile TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 17, 2011
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I'll come right out and state explicitly that I am a huge fan of the Lego games and that our family owns a rather embarrassing number of them. My seven-year-old daughter is something of a tomboy and is heavily into Legos. While all of the games appeal to her, she seems to have taken a particular shine to the Heroica line. As my husband is a huge Dungeons and Dragons fan as well as a Lego fan, these games seem to be the perfect convergence of the two interests. In other words, this game is a win, win, win as it pleases a variety of interests and age groups in our family.

What is really nice about the Heroica system in comparison to other Lego games is that it's even more diverse. You can play each game in the series separately or you can combine any number of them to create larger games. This is well worth doing. We have three of the four Heroica games and each one contains at least one new element: new creature types, new heroes, and other objects like potions and weapons racks. What's particularly nice about Castle Fortaan is that it includes four different heroes, all four potion types, and a weapons rack, so it is the most complex of the four games in the series. While I wouldn't say that this makes the game educational in a traditional sense, I like that it encourages my daughter to be analytical and strategic in her decisions. Before we even play the game, the three of us often end up talking about the advantages of playing as the knight versus playing as the barbarian, and the addition of the weapons adds another layer of complexity. This really has helped us to teach my daughter how to view moves from a variety of angles and to weigh her options, resulting in her moving beyond the simple Candyland sort of approach to games and into the realm of strategy.
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