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I have been wanting to find new and creative ways to build under the Castle theme, specifically sets geared towards display. As an AFOL, the display value of a set is paramount when I am making a decision to purchase. When I narrowed down my ideas to knights, I had trouble deciding between a life-like version or a LEGO version. So I did both! Then it came time to narrow down a LEGO Knight design to model, and again I had trouble deciding between two... so again, I did both!
I believe this set would be fun and challenging to build and make an excellent display. Everyone loves going to LEGOLAND and the LEGO store to see the large-scale LEGO designs - this would give someone a chance to have something similar displayed in their own home.
The set is made up of 1365 pieces and stands approximately 14 in/35 cm high from the bottom of the base to the tip of the plume. There are two LEGO Knights included, each with their own accessory. One holds a shield and the other a torch. Each knight is standing on a decorated base, accompanied by his corresponding minifigure. I tried to be as attentive to detail as possible in creating these larger versions of some of my favorite LEGO minifigures. If this is something you would love to see as a real LEGO set, please support and share with your friends and family. And if you are interested in a more life-like medieval/knight display, then please check out my other project I referenced, the suit of armor.