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The Brick Well is back already! This is due to the unprecidented amount of votes achieved in less than a day. The Well is very thankful to the five new supporters. As promised this is a new concept called 'Chariot Pursuit' also constructed on Digital Designer 4. It is a slightly smaller set due to cost prices if the theme was entirely composed of large sets. It would be bad if all the great Asterix fans out there could not even afford their favourite sets! To make up for the smaller size, the Brick Well has built some cool play functions into this set for exciting play! Based on the brief chariot chase sequence from 'Asterix and the Black Gold' this set's main features are a flip-up trap door in the floor to launch unsuspecting minifigures from the chariot! It also includes two swing out knifes (Lego katanas) to frighten off potential pursuers. Especially the band of Roman soldiers included with the set. To make the play experience complete it also includes five minifigures: two ones done above-Asterix and Obelix and three new ones-Doubleosix the druid spy and a Roman decurion and legionary. This particular set is more designed for simple play rather than for display purpsoses as will be larger sets in the future. Some of these include a pre-design for the Gaulish Village and one for a forest set! Thanks to the new supporters and see you again soon.
Hello again all the loyal followers out there of the Lego Asterix project. The Brick Well has now decided to step up the pace a bit and bring on a much larger model concept for the ultimate collectors and builders aspect promised in the original post! Here you have a basic pre-design for that little Gaulish village we know so well as it makes itself an iconic part of the series we all recognise and therefore playS a similar role in a play theme making it essential to have in any collection. As this model was of a large scale and took a reasonable duration to construct it had to forgo some details such as minifigures (look out for a collection of these in a future post) so as it could be posted quickly for any curious new supporters! The original design was also meant to have a large connecting, circular log wall to surround the village like in the books, but so the main huts and details were easily visible it had to be revised for this design. However more of that style architecture will be presented in a future model of a Roman camp-look out for several new minifigures here to! As thought neccesary for a proper play experience this set was designed to have all the really iconic characters huts in the village such us Cacofonix's tree hut as they set it apart from other models. Included here are Asterix's classic thatched roof hut-(Front left), Unhygenix's fishmonger hut-(front right), Getafix's druid hut with its waterfall-(Back right), Vitalstitistix's chieftain hut-(Back left), Fulliautomatix's blacksmith-(Far back left) and Cacofonix's tree hut-(Top centre). Other accessories included are a weapons rack, book case, cauldron, hay cart, trees, picnic table, vegetable and herb patch and a small waterfall. This is for a complete and accurate experince of the village in Lego bricks. Thanks for supporting this project and see you soon!