LEGO Castle Mill Village Raid 7189
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- Help the villagers defend their village from the Dragon Knights
- Set includes 6 mini-figures: milk maid, farmer, stable boy and 3 Dragon Knights
- 2 goats, 2 chickens, pig, horse and various tools and vegetables also included
- Village features rotating windmill, opening barn with animal feeding section, working wind-up winch and booby traps with ladder
- 663 pieces total
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1) It was on sale that particular day ($49)
2) It has goats. Lego. Goats. I honestly don't think further incentive is required to pick this set up.
Beyond that, I just think this set is charming. It's rare that a Castle-era set focuses on the civilians in Legoland. Almost all of the sets seem to be the actual castles, royal carriages, tower/prisons, etc. Now, the peasants get their own showcase. With goats.
-One male farmer
-One female farmer
-Three dragon soldiers (one with an Axe, one with a sword, one with a crossbow)
-one gray spotted horse (with cart)
Mill has a hand crank in back, also has a "mill stone" that rotates to crush flour. Also has a bin to hold "flour".
Mill has a rotatable base. Unfortunately there is very little room inside mill for mini-figures.
Large spacious barn. Barn hinges in the middle and the roofs are hinged to open to reveal a loft. Barn also has a crane which can be raised and lowered by spinning a metal rooster wind vane. Barn also has a ladder and a trap door.
The set is easy to build, as the instructions show you one or two pieces per step. There are a lot of animals, the barn opens up (there are hinges in the middle so you can open it length wise), the scene is interesting and fun (the family is hiding some gold from the bandits in a hay cart) and it captures the medieval-village feeling very well. The family is made up of three unique mini-figures. This is one of the few sets that feature villagers.
I wish there were more villagers than just the family...I find I'm always wishing for more minifigures in the medieval/castle/kingdoms Lego sets, especially when it comes to villagers though.
1. He is already a LEGO fan.
2. He has shown more interest in the time period for the Castle Mill.
3. Enjoys putting things together - the Castle Mill was somewhat of a challenge but not too difficult.
The product seems to be durable but our son takes good care of his LEGO toys anyway.
A good product.
Ryan, age 10
The design is fairly clever, with opening roofs, working windmill connected to a 'millstone' and pivoting bin, working hoist, and trapdoor. However, this somewhat detracts from the sturdiness of the design. The roofs are connected to the base by only a few points; the buildings need to be moved by holding the walls. The play set has many small pieces, which does a lot for dressing up your play area, but limits the number of ways to reuse/repurpose the pieces.
I'd give this 3.5 stars with the primary issue being the value for the price. But, hey, it's Lego, so perhaps that's what's expected...
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After getting this put together, my girls have loved it. They play for hours with their Legos, and this was a great addition.Published on January 10, 2013 by Melissa Peterson
The actual product was exactly as shown and really made my Grandson pleased. He has been collecting the series and this completed the set.Published on December 25, 2012 by Nancy J Lovelace
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