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Lego Review: Fire Breathing Fortress
I recently decided that I would review some of the sets I have. So here is my first review lets get started!
About this creation
Here is the captain on his war horse.

The captain disembarked.

Last but not least his cape. The cape is a great cape and looks very nice.

Next we have the wizard. His name is Majesto.

The back of Majesto.Note: Majesto does not come with a blue cape. I added the cape to him to make him look cooler.

With the wizard you get the scroll and a somewhat rare clear head.

Next we have the Dragon soldiers.

A Dragon master archer.Note: the soldier does not come with the quiver I simply added it to make him look cooler.

Another Dragon master archer. But this archer has a smaller round helmet. I believe that this is one of last sets that this type of helmet came in.

Here we have a fabled Wolfpack bandit.

Now we come upon the mighty Dragon that the Dragon masters are known for.

Now lets get started on the fortress.Note: The fortress is built upon a raised baseplate to give it a more of mountain fortress feel.

The front of the fortress is very well decorated with a printed arch that has dragons on it.

A very cool feature of this set is that part of the wall falls down allowing the prisoner to escape.

Now lets go to the back of the fortress.

We have a prison for the prisoner.

Now if you take a closer look you will see there is a little notch where you can put your bow and arrow.

Now unto the top of fortress.

The tower where the wizard is.

Inside you will see a fireplace and a place for the soldiers to rest.

The wizards relaxing area.

The epic Dragon Master flag. It is in great condition for being almost twenty year old.

Oh I almost forgot the coolest feature of this set. Now you see that their is escaped prisoner on this platform.

What you do is pull this lever.......

and the prisoner becomes a tasty snack for the dragon in the dungeon.

The dungeon does not really have anything special.

But it does a secret treasure spot for the treasure guarded by the ferocious dragon.

Inside the chest is nothing very special.Note: At the time this set came out Lego jewels had not been invented thus the reason why there are just regular pieces in the chest.


Uhh Ohh looks like the dragon is coming back we better get going!

Now you may have been wondering why this clunky dragon head is hanging on the castle......

Well the Dragon head hooks unto the this notch....

and is now ready to defend......

but what does it do? Well what it does is drops stones upon the enemy. What you do is remove the black lance and their goes the stone to fall upon its enemy.


Bandit: Awwwwwwwwwww........(gurgles)..... Well hes dead.

Well I hope you enjoyed this review. I plan on making more reviews so keep your eye out for my reviews. Have a great day!


 I made it 
  July 1, 2012
Quoting darby poohead that was not the best you have done. it was not actually very good. your other mocs were great though. XD
This was not even a moc it was a review.
 I like it 
  July 1, 2012
Great review! I love those old Lego sets! Nice dragon too!
  July 1, 2012
that was not the best you have done. it was not actually very good. your other mocs were great though. XD
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