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  1. This topic has a lot of photos inside, to make it easier for everyone to see the updated version of my MOD, I have been editing this first post to show the latest version, 24 July 2021. From two sets of 31120 Medieval Castle; I built a Grand Castle, a trebuchet, and a four-legged dragon, no extra pieces required. It has been featured on Blocks Magazine Issue 83. Your feedback is welcome or share your MOD ideas please! A photo review is on Brickset, its format is easier to read compare to the forum posts. https://brickset.com/reviews/60120 YouTube photo video: Version 1 Design Notes please read towards the bottom of this post. Version 2 Design Notes Version 3 Design Notes Version 4 Design Notes Version 5 Design Notes Four-legged Dragon Design Notes LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD, Version 5 by R Y, on Flickr Here is a summary of the modifications up to version 5. I started building both sets simultaneously bag by bag over a few nights. I find this is the most efficient way to build two of the same sets, learning the building techniques and sorting out the pieces by building them into the castle. I wanted to build up four towers on the castle, incorporated the pavilion roof of model B into the great tower next to the yellow wooden keep. The keep is built up using two flipped window and chimney yellow wattle and daub buildings, shortened to fit inside the rampart. I added a second 1x8 reddish brown brick as a beam to the floor, rearranged them both so they are spaced equally from edges, moved the grey bricks to fit accordingly. With the watermill and dark azure plates only on 2 sides of the castle, my castle is sitting on the bend of a river, so I placed yellow wattle and daub structures with windows facing that way to have a waterfront view. I studied the towers on the gatehouse, which is composed of two sections each on the ramparts, I can use three sections for the great tower and one section to raise the corner tower by one level. The great tower became five storeys tall, I added two dragon gargoyles at the lower floor above the watermill to balance out the heavier top design. The crenels on all the battlements are raised by one brick high, the slope tiles on the merlons are flipped so they face outwards. Merlons on battlements should be as tall as soldiers to shield them from projectiles. I put the weathervane on top of the great tower, plenty of flags already on the other three towers. The location of the old staircase is awkward with my modification, I decided to move it to the corner tower section. This allowed me to complete the flooring on the keep, add in a tapestry table, plus the well on the ground floor. I had the stone battlements on the great tower for the first three versions of my MOD, then I finally realised it does not need to be there, as the alchemy study is enclosed and has no use for the machicolations. It was an easy fix; I swapped the stone battlements with the yellow wattle and daub boards. I added a brick high of yellow and brown bargeboard to the watch tower roof to add a splash of colour to the otherwise entirely grey corner. Moving to the front of the gatehouse, I tiled up the entire footbridge and build up the outside moat bank with olive green round half plates and some other pieces for support. A protruding portcullis was made by a clipped-on horizontal barred door. I find the coat of arms above the gate fiddly; it moves around with slightest amount of motion. I swapped the two round bricks with two palisade bricks, topped them up with a pyramid tile, they lock in the crest securely and no more movements. The treasure chests have been moved to the gatehouse. I used two 22385 2x3 light bluish grey pentagonal tiles to replace the 2x2 dark bluish grey tiles above the gate. Those two dark bluish grey tiles went to the pavilion roof of the great tower, I didn’t like how the pentagonal tiles stuck out of the roof. The apple tree moved into the wall by one stud, has five 6x5 leaves, two green apples with four arches acting as branches, using a twig to connect two 6x5 leaves that are offset on top of each other. I changed all pink studs to yellow studs on the ground, so apple tree has pink flowers, and the ground has yellow daisies. I raised the ramparts to the same height on the second level of the four towers. I started on the section next to the five-storey great tower. I built a second set of clip and bar to secure the wall connections. I tried different arrangements of 1x3 and 1x4 arches, but only the 1x3 arches allow for the even spaced machicolations on battlements with no overhang onto the next section, I wanted to keep the castle in three sections for ease of move and storage. All hinge connections are removed from the model, so the plates are secure on both floors. The river is now connected on the two sections, as side walls can’t open up after I removed the hinges. I took out two round corners and one 2x4 plate, replaced them with one 4x12 plate, added some waves, an olive green slope and medium azure 2x2 round. The river is also lengthened by two bricks with a new green mossy rock tower base and buttresses. A phoenix shrine is built using round corner bricks. I used the 4x8 dark tan plates with 6x6 plates, so the footprint of the space is the same as a tower. Before I started, I changed the base of the corner tower section to the 8x16 tan plate, so there is enough depth for the columns. For the connection of the round bay window corners to the square battements, I tried a few variations, I decided on the sloped version using 3665 2x1 inverted slopes; I used one 3676 2x2 inverted double convex slope for the connection of dark tan plates. There are ten furnished spaces inside the keep tower and the corner tower sections: most of the designs are taken from the original LEGO model and modified. - Double beer barrel dispenser - Kitchen with bench and fire stove - Fruit stall - Well with a bucket - Blacksmith workshop - Phoenix shrine - Dining room with a tapestry table - Throne room - Lookout room with a monocular - Alchemy study I still had enough pieces to make the trebuchet, though had to use some different pieces. Lastly, I modified the LEGO dragon to a four-legged dragon, built up the torso so the ball joints for the wings and front legs are three plates apart, new shorter and slimmer front leg, a longer tail and wingspan with a new connection for the wrist claw. ORIGINAL POST ON 9TH JUNE Following last year’s 31109 Pirate Ship, I was very excited to find out LEGO is bringing back the Castle theme via the Creator 3-in-1 set 31120, it’s not as expensive as the Creator Expert sets and it’s within my budget to purchase two sets to do my MOD. I purchased two sets on 1st June from Hobbyco, the best hobby store in Sydney, I started building both sets simultaneously bag by bag over the next week. I find this is the most efficient way to build two of the same sets, learning the building techniques and sorting out the pieces by building them into the castle. This time I decided to use only the pieces from the two sets, no extras from my spare LEGO for this MOD. My original intention is to combine Model B, The Watch Tower into the enclosed castle, as there is no tower on the yellow wattle and daub manor house corner, I wanted to add it there. I reversed the location of the chimney and windows as the blacksmith with the watermill remained on the corner. I connected the same building to create a two-storey house/keep and removed the doors and window covers, shortened the roof, to allow it to fit inside the length of the original rampart. With the watermill and dark azure plates only on 2 sides of the castle, I think the castle is sitting on the side of a river, so I placed yellow wattle and daub structures with windows facing that way to have a waterfront view. With the physical model in front of me, I realised that I cannot simply add the original LEGO Model B on top as its base section is too big. I studied the towers on the gatehouse, which is composed of two sections each on the ramparts, I can use three sections for the great tower and one section to raise the watch tower by one level. I progressed pretty quickly with the pre-built sections, making sure the arrow loops and red/white banners are arranged in the same manner as the gatehouse. Please be aware that the two battlement arrangements are opposite of each other, only two sides have machicolations and I used the wrong battlement on the great tower, I only realised that after looking at photos that the machicolations are facing the keep’s roof, not the outside wall, I had to fix that and retook the photos again. I removed the prison cell windows so I can have the black window pieces on the keep and give the gold pieces to the great tower windows. I moved the archery target range to the pop out cell wall. The crenels on the towers are raised by one brick high, both the crenels and merlons on the ramparts are raised by one bricks high each, the slope tiles on the merlons are flipped so they face outwards. Merlons on battlements should be as tall as soldiers to shield them from projectiles. I put the weathervane on top of the great tower, plenty of flags already on the other three towers. Moving to the front of the gatehouse, I find the coat of arms above the gate fiddly, it moves around with slightest amount of motion. I swapped the two round bricks with two palisade bricks, topped them up with a pyramid tile, they lock in the crest securely and no more movements. The well is now secured to the back of the gatehouse by swapping out the brick yellow 2x2 plate with a 2x8 plate, located next to the food stall. I was still able to build the trebuchet, just have to use some different coloured pieces. I didn’t build any animals from the set initially as I was rushing to finish the castle, I can build two dragons from the pieces but I didn’t like how it has one claw per wing and no front legs. I built the fronts legs like the hind legs, expanded the wingspan and lengthen the tail by one section. I also added some more 1x1 roof tiles as fins on the back of the dragon. The Disney Castle 71040 dwarfs the Medieval Castle 31120 side by side, the Disney Castle is still my favourite LEGO set! They are what I have done for the MOD up to today, hope to see other’s MODs and feedbacks. Please share with us on comments. LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr LEGO 31120 Medieval Castle MOD of Two Sets, No extra pieces required by R Y, on Flickr
  2. Happy new year everybody! I'm participating in the Colossal Castle Contest on www.classic-castle.com again. Here I'd like to show you the MOC's I've built in recent weeks: 1.) Ye Olde Woodes (a minimum to two scenes, harvesting & processing) Scene 1: Clearing the path Clearing the path by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr Scene 2: The Boat Builder The Boat Builder by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 2.) Custom Minifig: The Witch Witch by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 3.)Treasure Heist: A chest full of gold A chest full of gold by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 4.) King's Court: A great place to gossip A great place to gossip by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 5.)Fairy Tale: The devil with the three golden hairs CCC XVIII - The Devil With The Three Golden Hairs by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 6.)Wizard's Duel: The Red Mage casts dragonfire The Red Mage Casts Dragonfire by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 7.) Monster Attack: It has tentacles!! It Has Tentacles! by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 8.) Miscellaneous: Hall of the Elders Hall of the Elders by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 9.)Medieval Shop: Maria deLuca's Herb Shop Maria deLuca's Herb Shop by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr So that's what I've been doing in the holidays:-) I hope you like some of them! Have a great 2021!
  3. PirateRoberts

    (MOC) Forestmen’s Tower

    I actually built this 2 years ago, it is one of my favorite builds. I wanted to capture the lifestyle of the Forestmen, one of my favorite themes. The basic story is that they stumbled upon and old abandoned tower and made it their home.
  4. CedricWoodgard

    Realms of Wytheria

    This is my own story that takes much inspiration from Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and other works of fiction. Set in the Land of Wytheria, spanning thousands of miles across under the rule of King Philip of the House Ruthermont...Wytheria is divided into five different realms each with their own unique form of laws and customs. Although these Provinces are somewhat independent, they all fall under the domain of the Ruthermont Dynasty. There are many inhabitants of Wytheria including, Men, Elves, Dwarves, Fauns, Centaurs, and many others. There is a rich history of Wytheria as its history dates back thousands of years, much of it is peaceful and prosperous but there have also been many war and conflicts. The story begins in the year 5623, nearly 44 years after the defeat of Malcolm the Mad by King Paul II.
  5. CedricWoodgard

    Realm of Wytheria

    The Realm of Wytheria is an independent kingdom of Avalonia under the rule of King Cedric Woodgard. Cedric became the ruler after the banishment of King Rhonnen Physcere...at the time of his coronation he was only 13. The Realm of Wytheria has large port in the capital city of Direhold where it opens trade with all the other cities and Kingdoms of Avalonia. Off the Northern shore of Wytheria lies the Elven Island of Elgeria under the rule of the Eleven King, Theolen. They elves of Elgeria and the inhabitants of Wytheria are very close and work together to defend their kingdom and the lands of Wytheria. They are always ready to answer the call of the King of Avalonia if he should need their help.
  6. So here is my latest MOC based on the Robin Hood classic which was a favorite of mine as a child and now for my 6 year old son. The build stands over 4 feet tall in a 13x4 baseplate layout and took around 9 months to finish. I added some LED lights throughout and made it modular for my local Children's Museum and Brickworld Chicago coming up in June. I also posted several of the medieval village buildings on the Ideas page in case you're interested in voting we would greatly appreciate it! Thanks for viewing... LEGO Robin Hood Moc by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Robin Hood Moc by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Robin Hood Moc by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Sherwood Forest-Robin Hood Moc by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Sherwood Forest-Robin Hood by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Robin Hood Diorama by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Robin Hood by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr LEGO Medieval Blacksmith Shop by Ben Pitchford, on Flickr Medieval Blacksmith Shop Idea https://ideas.lego.com/projects/176087 Medieval Windmill Idea https://ideas.lego.com/projects/176098 Medieval Cottage Idea https://ideas.lego.com/projects/170226 More High Res Pics: https://www.flickr.com/photos/127491317@N08/ Robin Hood Diorama Video:
  7. Nexo Knights is a good theme and all, but I've found myself wanting a normal Castle theme. Taking inspiration from the 2013 sets, I'm starting to create my own MOCs of possible Castle sets. First, here is what would be at the $11.99 price range: Ballista Attack: It has a spring-loaded shooting ballista, plus two Good Knights and two Bad Knights. Ballista Attack by VaderFan2187 on Photobucket Stay tuned for more MOCs! C&C are most welcome! VaderFan2187
  8. I took my last castle build and made some major changes. I added a drawbridge and put a moat around the castle. I changed the keep, and added a nice looking library/ tower. Added a market village inside the walls as well. And made the dark forest outside the castle with a watch tower. The first picture was an entry for summer joust. The rest of the castle follows, I probably should have put minifigures in the pics, but i always like to take pics without the minis so you can see more detail and not be distracted. Contest Pic Faction Action Skirmish outside Dark Forest Castle Untitled by K R, on Flickr The castle and forest Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Front Untitled by K R, on Flickr Birds eye Untitled by K R, on Flickr The Inside Untitled by K R, on Flickr Had to use prefab walls on the gatehouse cause i was running low on bricks…. :( Untitled by K R, on Flickr The watchtower and forest Untitled by K R, on Flickr Link to Flickr Album https://flic.kr/s/aHskAucTTn Hope you enjoyed!
  9. I present to you the Lion Kings castle and village. It took about a week off and on. Was a very fun build, as of now the interior is empty but i hope to fill the interior in the future when funds allow. For all the pics go to -----Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskukhPtM Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr
  10. Four nations celebrate the signing by their Kings of the Great Treaty to bring peace and stability to their tumultuous lands. This is one of my entries from the CCCXIII competition and is one of my favorite that I submitted. What do you think? More pictures can be found here
  11. Using an old raised baseplate and extra pieces I built a little mountain hideout for my wolfpack guys. Enjoy! Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr
  12. Hi all, This is my first moc in this theme after i going through so many great medieval or historic related moc here. I'm glad that i able to complete this moc and merge up with the LEGO castle theme display which currently displaying in my own country, Malaysia. All the comments are welcome. Yorkenshire Medieval Village Medieval Village 2015_0002 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0001 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0003 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0004 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0006 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0007 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0008 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0009 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0010 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0011 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0012 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0013 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0014 by WingYew, on Flickr Medieval Village 2015_0015 by WingYew, on Flickr
  13. This modular castle system is based on 4x8 and 8x8 modules. They are designed to connect in all 3 dimensions so you can build walls, towers, keeps and fortresses. Below is an example of a smaller castle that you can build the interchangeable modules in about a Minute (minus the time for the decorations). Modular Castle Two Towers by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Pictured below are the room modules. They connect to each other by using the pair of Lego Technic pins on the side near the top or by stacking them. They can be placed directly on top of each other or offset by half a module (4x8) [Herurl=https://flic.kr/p/AfPp6R]Lego Modular Castle room modules[/url] by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Here are various versions of the half or 4x8 battlement modules. They clip into the top of any room, balcony or bridge module. Lego Modular Castle Half Battlement modules by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr The modules below are the bridge and balcony modules. They each come in half, 4x8 and whole 8x8. These connect to the room modules using the pair of Lego Technic Pins. Once connected they extend the top surface area and allow you to place any room or battlement module on top. Lego Modular Castle balconies and bridges by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr To see a video demonstration of this system go to Below are a front and back view of a hybrid of the balcony and bridge modules. They use the pair of Lego Technic pins to clip into the corresponding pair of pin holes on any room or bridge module. These match the floor level of the module above to allow a decorative balcony or curved battlement. Lego Modular Castle curved battlement and balcony by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr If you want to top off a tower with a decorative roof instead of a battlement, the roof and height extender module go together well. Lego Modular Castle roof and extender by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Next is a view of the bottom room modules. Here is a front and back look at 3 different versions. The one in the center is a corner piece. Typically these bottom room modules are used to form the bottom level of your castle. These modules also have the Lego Technic Pin holes that allow you to connect any two modules together. Lego Modular Castle bottom Modules by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Below are 2 different whole or 8x8 battlement modules. These can be placed on top of any room module, bridge or balcony. Lego Modular Castle whle Battlement Modules by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Here is an example of a larger castle that you could build using this modular system. Lego modular castle 16 by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Here are a couple of smaller ones. The possibilities are endless. Modular Lego Castle two watchtowers by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr Modular Castle Central Tower by Michael Kalkwarf, on Flickr If you are interested in seeing more castles built from this system as well as how the modules connect to each other. There are more pictures on MocPages. http://www.mocpages.com/mocs.php?id=120740 I have submitted this modular Lego castle system to Lego Ideas as the Kingdoms Modular Castle. If you like this system, please vote for it. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/116214
  14. Jreacher

    August Castle

    My latest castle creation. Its modular, 4 sided and used some different techniques. I enjoyed the build which took two days. I always draw my designs on paper before I attempt them, so i always have a template to follow. Enjoy! Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Link which shows the rooms https://flic.kr/s/aHskj1z73v
  15. Fletcher Floyd

    Castle-Moc "The Last Alliance"

    Hello folks, here is my latest Castle-Moc, "The Last Alliance". The Red Dragons have invited the Black Falcons as well as the Green Dragons, to form a last alliance. They have been rivals in the past, they have to work together now: Half of the Kingdom already fell into the hands of the Invasors, the King's Head was chopped off and there's not much hope left. The Last Alliance by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 22 by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 21 by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 5 by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr 20 by Fletcher Floyd, auf Flickr Have fun, I hope you like it! More pictures on flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskfwf5tp
  16. Jreacher

    MOC Dark Castle

    So I destroyed my Dragon keep and built this castle. Its the new home of the Dragon Knights. I am still working on the rooms (its modular) and the back wall comes off so you can get into the small court yard. The baseplate is from The Royal Knights Castle set from the 90's. The MOC is classically built, with simple architecture. It was a fun build, took a few hours and I like this better then the twin tower keep i had them in before. Enjoy Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Flickr for rest https://www.flickr.c...9933@N06/ou5008
  17. After building my large castle I had a few left over pieces. So I decided to make a small castle outpost. I tried a new technique as I mostly had 1x3 bricks and 1x1 round bricks left over. Enjoy Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr
  18. My latest creation, a new home for my Lion Knights. I used different techniques I have seen around here. I kept the entire back of the castle open. With hopes that someday I will be able to buy more bricks and finish the backside of the castle, I would like to complete the keep and tower, add a back wall and add another tower. I am also building a town to sit in front of the castle. Enjoy! Flickr Album... https://www.flickr.c...57652277182609/ Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr Untitled by K R, on Flickr
  19. So this is an old MOC I had made using Kingdoms joust. Its a small village, using the KJ castle as an entrance. Flickr album https://www.flickr.c...57651787712096/ Entrance Kingdoms Joust by K R, on Flickr Kingdoms Joust by K R, on Flickr Kingdoms Joust by K R, on Flickr Kingdoms Joust by K R, on Flickr Kingdoms Joust by K R, on Flickr
  20. So I made an alternate set for Kingdoms Joust. I used a raised baseplate and just simply made a wizards tower. I changed the position of a door and added a lower window. I changed up a few things here and there, added some extra pieces. But thought this would be a cool little tower... Enjoy Mod/ alt kingdoms joust by K R, on Flickr Mod/ alt kingdoms joust by K R, on Flickr Mod/ alt kingdoms joust by K R, on Flickr Mod/ alt kingdoms joust by K R, on Flickr
  21. Hello Folks, this is my newest Brickfilm, "Hellride on Croc River", a raft chase full of fun & action, have fun:-)