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  1. sander1992

    [MOC] Western

    Hi everyone, For the coming Lego event, Lego World, I have build three landscapes. One of them is based on the Fright Knights and another one is based on the Imperial Armada. This landscape is based on the old Western theme of 1996 and I focused more on the civilian part of the theme. The landscape was already finished in July, but it was a bit boring to look at. Only the house in the front has interior. The house next to the bank has a mechanism to turn the flames on the roof. Someone crash landed very close to the village. For more pictures, go to my Flickr album. Feedback and questions are welcome. Sander
  2. Here are all the pictures of my (and a few other members of Gateway Lego User Group) Wild West era-stuff on display at Our Lady of the Snows' Way of Lights display, in Belleville, Illinois until December 31st. (excluding Christmas and New-Years eve, they are closed those nights.) These only are some of models I have been making since 2014, more can be found in this thread here. There are a ton more tables (and themes!) at the show, so come on down to view them all, this is only a small inkling of what's there! (sorry mod's, had to do that last bit.) US army Fort Legoredo, circa mid-1885. The town of Legoredo, part 1: general store (in front, next to fort) Doc Brown's saloon, (corner lot) train station (obviously placed) The town of Legoredo, part 2. post office (in white with red flags) Sheriff Woody's lockup (next to the water tower) barber shop (with the deck on the second floor) Bank (the big impressive building) blacksmith's shop (small shack across from the bank) rear-wheel steamboat Proud Mary and the Boulder Cliff Canyon through-truss bridge. Also, Stinky Pete's house nearby. Rapid River Village, part 1. The posse is chasing down the escaping convicts on the handcar, while the train is making up for lost time and might beat both of them! (I was inspired by the 1990's LEGO Loco video game opening cinematic with the handcar being chased by the train, if you couldn't tell.) Rapid River Village - part 2, with skull butte and the village elder's tepee's on top. Also, see if you can spot the tail end of the Delorean time machine in the tunnel! NOTE: This is not all my stuff - the Indian village on the tan base-plates was designed by Gateway LUG member Chris Curtis, and the red stagecoach was brought in by a third member. My father designed the three elevated wooden box-risers next to the skull mountain, under the cubed tan felt. Any thoughts, comments, or suggestions? Please leave them below!
  3. A quick unboxing and review of a sealed 1996 LEGO Western set 6716 "Covered Wagon". This set comes with one minifigure, a horse, a canon, and of course, the covered wagon. I make LEGO reviews in 3 minutes or less. Want to see more quick reviews like this? Please SUBSCRIBE!
  4. LegoMathijs

    [MOC] Western game

    This MOC is a board game which shows a micro Western landscape (maze). Robbers have stolen money from the bank. They have took it to the Robbers' Fortress. You are a brave cowboy and it's up to you to find the Robbers' Fortress and take the money back. During your yourney, you have to complete some tasks sucessfully. If you have completed all the tasks, you will reach the Robbers' Fortress. The game contains four minigames, which you have to complete sucessfully to win the game. You have to roll the ball trough the maze. Overview of the board: Maze in Western landscape by LegoMathijs, on Flickr The first task: Choose the right barrel to fill the water tower. If you choose the wrong barrel. You have to start at the begin of the game. Water tower by LegoMathijs, on Flickr Second task: Help the miner to build the mining machine. Place the gears in the right order to activate the mining machine. Gold mine by LegoMathijs, on Flickr Third task: If you reach the Indians village, you have to back to the bank and start the game again. Be carefull;) Indian village by LegoMathijs, on Flickr Fourth task: Open the correct chest (with the money inside) You'll win the game. If you open the empty chest, you loose the game. Robbers’fortress by LegoMathijs, on Flickr More pictures at Flickr: I hope you like it
  5. Hi So Lone Ranger theme is already gone, for some sadly for some people not. Still, everyone interested has to notice that LR sets were very first Legos set in Widl West since... well... a rather long time... 1997 my loyal imaginary servant tells me, so, there You have it So let's discuss what this theme, both classic 1996-97 Wild West and 2013 Lone Ranger gave us, what great ideas we could find within them and what were/are the possibilities of expansion, of sets, of factions, of major gimmicks could new sets introduce. Well, basically, what would we like to see and play with if TLG was about to release a new Western-based line. So far we have a fort, a mine, indian village, a bit of a city, a covered wagon, LR brought a train ( finally! ) and a stagecoach ( finally! ). So I gues a train station would be a nice addition, well any kind of railway sets. Perhaps a river steam boat. I'd say that should consider splitting indians into TWO factions. It's clear that indiands from classic Wild West sets were somewhat neutral, or simply good guys, apparently there wasn't a single set that would include both Soldiers and Natives! I guess we all know the reason behind this decision. Still, they could get more from Indians by splitting them into traditional GOOD indian faction and... tada!... BAD indian faction, full time bad megablocks, scalphunters. On the other hand, Western doesn't produce as many set opportunities as Pirates and Castle did. It simply can't offer so many types of fortresses, ships, boats etc. Still, deserted "ghost" cities would be a good idea, some hideouts, lumberjacks, trappers, goldminers, caravans with settlers, a donkey/mule would be a great addition to Lego animals, not mentioning a bison of course! ( they did a prototype i've heard! ) Mexicans in their somberos and corrupted army could a nice addition. Perhaps the whole team could expand even farther, to mix a bit of colonial xix century feeling into it - Adventurers kind of thing, only set a little bit earlier, and without cars. Some great fictional sets can be found here: http://www.eurobrick...howtopic=15788
  6. buffalo movies

    Red River War

    A short animation about the Red River War, featuring mainly the Comanche Indians, buffalo hunters and the US army. The reason why there is text is for speech is because I am really bad at voice acting! Please give feedback so I can improve...