LEGO Kingdoms King's Castle 7946
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- Defend the castle with the valiant King
- Set includes 8 minifigures: King and 4 soldiers, 1 Dragon Knight and 2 Dragon Knight soldiers
- King’s Castle features new wind-up front gate, tipping draw bridge and secret prison
- Castle accessories include 2 small catapults, 1 large catapult, king’s throne, treasure chest and white horse
- 933 LEGO pieces
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Contains pieces: 933. Prepare to defend the castle, catapults are armed, drawbridge is drawn, the knights are ready! Once upon a time, the King ruled the land and all was good until the day the Dragon Knight army attacked. Now the valiant King and his soldiers prepare to defend the castle. The Castle is armed and ready for battle with wind-up front gate, tipping drawbridge and secret prison. Includes 8 minifigures: King and 4 soldiers, 1 Dragon Knight and 2 Dragon Knight soldiers. Includes 8 minifigures: King and 4 soldiers, 1 Dragon Knight and 2 Dragon Knight soldiers. Features 3 catapults, King's throne, treasure chest and white horse. Wind-up the castle gate to keep the Dragon knights out! Castle measures 11 (27cm) high.
From the Manufacturer
Once upon a time, the King ruled the land and all was good – until the day the Dragon Knight army attacked. Now the valiant King and his soldiers prepare to defend the castle. The catapults are armed, the drawbridge is up and the gate is locked – will the King be victorious? Set includes eight minifigures, wind-up gate and drawbridge and lots of castle accessories.
Top Customer Reviews
The castle builds in sections, so you can rearrange them in various formats which makes it interesting. It comes with a lot of minifigures - my kids got tired of putting them all together.
My 5 year old was able to follow the instructions - it has multiple books, and multiple numbered bags which makes building a snap. The instructions are one of the most well done sets I've seen in Legos before. Very easy to use.
It took 3 of us (myself and 2 kids) several hours, broken up over several days, to build. That enjoyment alone made the set worth having, and the kids love playing with it.
If you are looking for some additional castle figures - I recommend the Lego Chess Set - it comes with a lot of minifigures that work really well with this set (and isn't overly expensive for what you get).
In its square layout, I was able to carry it up the stairs and it stayed together, so it is rather sturdy.
The toy itself comes with several bags that are numbered so that the pieces don't get mixed up and the task of putting them together isn't overwhelming. Only open one bag at a time (starting with bag #1), put all the pieces in it together according to the instructions, and you should be fine to move onto the next bag (in numerical order).
Given the age of our daughter (5) and the fact that she had not previously put together a LEGO kit with instructions before, we supervised her very closely and made sure to keep the castle and all its corresponding pieces in a separate place from her other "free play" toys. It took about six weeks for our daughter to complete the entire castle, with every detail, herself. The only thing we provided as parents was the supervision and guidance of how to follow the LEGO instructions and to offer assistance when a piece was a bit tricky (also, keeping the castle and the corresponding pieces safe and put away when not in use). There were several days in between where she didn't work on it at all, but she'd always eventually ask about her castle and go back to building it happily. Overall, the project probably took about ten hours to complete, cumulatively. It is a great long-term project for children to start to appreciate what building something of this magnitude means. It is worth the money. The quality of the pieces and the details on the people and the castle itself are everything you would expect from LEGO: extraordinary.