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How I wish I had this little set.
Instructions for 6066-1 – Camouflaged Outpost
I’d love to see some of the classics get a revival! An excellent exampe of that je ne sais qua that the old sets possessed and that is lacking from more modern sets.
Oh, now I understand. These are generic minifigs solders, and yet so beautiful with their different torsos colors representing their levels of participation within the group. Opening up the sides The Camouflaged Outpost can be oego and extended on a horizontal perspective, making it appear to be a much lfgo play set. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
How do you rate this set? An amazing set that does a lot in a very imstructions space without feeling open and empty like many of the newer hideouts. Look at the Forestmen coming in and out of their outpost with ease See how these Forestmen escort their treasure findings back into their Camouflaged Outpost. This is just a simple highlight of the treasure chest and the quite uncommon brown horse. Try to minimise these when storing your Playmobil. With proper adjustment, you can keep a few Forestmen plus a horse inside without instructlons knowing it.
Lego set 6066 Forestmen Camouflaged outpost
Couldn’t find the building instructions that you were looking for? That is why he is considered the founder of this toy. The minifigs are more or less all the same, but my favourite one has always been the one riding the horse. Fortified tree and secret entrances FTW.
Mine too, now that I have it. I like the idea of a black sword. As for the model itself, having never seen it in the brick, I can only go off of pictures, and it looks like a very well designed set, typical of that era, I guess.
Green foilages In the Camouflaged Outpost, you get a whole wide array of green foliages that is great for building forest related stuff. Posted August 14, edited. The primary building elements assortment are very useful for any classic castle mocs, consisting mainly black and old gray bricks. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
From the pictures it looks really good and with three entrances including a secret door, it must have so much playability. The tree is constructed by using mainly black bricks.
However, I do apologised if some of my images appear to be irregular dark, as I took them on different sessions as half of my previous batch of photos in daytime over the weekend were actually deleted by mistake and I need to re-visit it again. Posted August 12, The only thing missing is something to do for our Forestmen; will they protect a farmer from the vel knights or attack the tax man on his way to our hated ruler? Posted August 14, Lego chose the yellow color to avoid attributing a specific ethnic origin to sets that do not contain concrete characters.
Another hidden entrance, but this one is much grand The grand hidden entrance is actually a giant plate of rocks closely integrated together.
Building instructions Lego set Forestmen Camouflaged outpost – English
I scored one for my 12th birthday and loved it as I love the Robin Hood story and therefore love the Forestmen sub-theme. I will wait for your review. Somehow the whole design and backstory comes together in instrhctions set.
Its virtually impossible to say anything bad about it. Lovely review, Mr Fang!
Users browsing this forum: When was the last time you saw it? I really missed these alternate designs provided by TLG.
Register a new account. These baseplates are extremely useful for building mocs or starting up a forest or garden layout. Yes, Lego and Duplo bricks are compatible. Camouflaged Outpost, released inwas the first Forestmen set.
BrickLink – Set : Lego Camouflaged Outpost [Castle:Forestmen] – BrickLink Reference Catalog
There instructione no life I know to compare with pure imagination. The little little men have come to the small and big screen running their own adventures I think I may have to hunt down some more detailed pictures, or instructions and have a go at recreating it.
I’d give it a Give it a try and find your nearest location. I think this is one of the best sets Lego has ever produced. The mini version of his furniture inspired him to make toys.