Explore the depths of the mysterious cave with the Intrepid Trio! In this “Build your own Story” set, you can construct a unique adventure for you and your minifigures. Ride up to the abandoned property with the cute red car, examine the old rickety fence and leaning ‘Keep Out’ sign, and marvel at the beautiful trees. Step into the highly detailed mountain pass as you approach the cave threshold. And once you enter, who knows what you’ll find…
To see inside, easily remove the tops of the cave to explore all the possibilities. Constructed using an 8×8 modular system, you can build your own exciting details–even traps! In the examples included, you’ll find a giant spider web, hidden treasure, cave formations, and crumbling rock (pull the pin to drop your minifigure into the rock). There are 12 total 8×8 sections–who knows what the adventurers could find!
- Stylish red car
- 3 unique minifigures
- Leaning ‘Keep Out’ sign
- Rickety fence with “broken” pickets
- Colorful, natural elements
- Highly detailed mountain pass
- 12 8×8 modular sections
Special thanks to Mr. Roy and catznbears for their constant support and contribution!
MOC by Brickster_Tim
The beautiful Forest Chapel is from a bygone era of architecture, evidenced by the arches, windows, doors, faded gold bell and rope, worn pathways, vine-clad tower, and lanterns. The sturdy structure of the chapel has both a well-built, angled roof, and smooth walls. Under its removable roofs, it contains rows and rows of pews inside, pulpit, decorative cross with crown atop, doors, desk with chair and candle, and bookcase. Surrounding the building are pretty trees, fountain, chain fence with opening gate, and the tall tower topped with a stony cross. This is an example of ancient European history, when church buildings such as this were commonplace in villages and towns during the 16th and 17th centuries. If you are a LEGO fan, history expert, or a lover of ancient architecture, this is a creation for you.
MOC by Brickster_Tim
“This is my Lego bonsai tree, I started building this when I was tinkering with some Lego foliage parts. I made the top of the tree and then came the trunk and the pot. I built it with as much detail as I could while still keeping it at a small size.” – Brickhunter14
In honor of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of his esteemed castle, the King of the Purple Crown has called for a joust and celebration!
His best knight, and three of the greatest knights from afar, have come hither to recreate the celebrated jousts from days of yore. Each one accompanied by their own trusty squire. Who will win this time? You decide!
- The castle comes in at just around 1000 pieces, perfect for a $100 set (And could easily be knocked down a notch or two)
- Features 4 knights, 4 squires, a guard, and an archer, each with alternate faces and alternate armor and weapons for the knights (and don’t forget the horses, too!)
- Raise and lower the castle drawbridge using the winch on the side of the battlements! (String for the drawbridge not shown)
- Modeled lovingly after castles of antiquity, but using modern construction materials!
- The inside of the castle features a path, a well, weapon and armor racks, and a tilt barrier for the joust!
- Click here for a gif animation of the castle (WARNING: Large file)
Want to see this creation as a LEGO Set? It is currently up for voting on LEGO Ideas! Be one of the 10,000 pioneers and vote for free here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/140622/
MOC by BrickBelt
Ah, Christmas always brings fond memories of family and friends, enjoying Christmas dinner and opening presents. Such feelings Brickster_Tim attempted to capture in this beautiful scene of a family with Christmas tree, presents, feast on the dinner table, and fireplace complete with stockings and chimney.