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Medieval Tower


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What This Is...

This is the Medieval Tower, it features multiple levels completely accessible from the rear, a partial kitchen, an armory, and bunks for the knights. It sits on a 32x32 baseplate, is about 54 bricks high, and measures 25 studs at the widest portion of the tower. The ground level, called The Strongroom, contains a large brick fireplace for roasting your favorite meals; plenty of space for the storage of any equipment/supplies the knights might need; a rack, to hang various weapons; and a secret spot to hide some of your valuables. The mid level of the tower is The Armory, where the main weapons are stored, as well as ballistas and bows, to fight enemies without having to leave the safety of the tower. The third and final story is The Knight’s Quarters, it contains triple bunk beds and armor stands for every knight. I think this would make a great set because Lego really hasn't done anything like it before.

Why I built This...

I have a love for medieval structures and the idea just came to me. So I found a picture off the internet to base it off of and built away!

Piece Count: 2,967

Stories: 3

Dimensions: (Length, 21 studs) (Width, 25 studs) (Height, 54 bricks)

Minifigures: 6 + 2 horses

Colors: black, bright green, dark blue, dark brown, dark green, dark orange, dark red, dark tan, flat silver, green, light bluish gray, light orange, light yellow, medium blue, olive green, orange, pearl dark gray, pearl gold, reddish brown, tan, trans-clear, trans-orange, trans-yellow, white, and yellow.

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