Lego Castle - Forestmen Free Papercraft Download

Lego Castle - Forestmen Free Papercraft Download


Lego Castle - Forestmen Free Papercraft DownloadThis papercraft is from ninjatoes. The Forestmen theme was introduced in 1987 when Lego Castle released the first Forestmen set Camouflaged Outpost. This set was a hideout that featured a large tree adjacent to a cave where the Forestmen lived. The interior of the set could be opened to see inside the cave and enabled more play. The set included six Forestmen minifigures, the most Forestmen minifigures in a single set. This set was also one of the first sets to have a brown colored horse. In 1988, the Forestmen's Hideout was released; it was a small tree hideout that housed two Forestmen. The following year, the Forestmen's River Fortress, which was the largest Forestmen set, was released. This hideout was an abandoned castle covered with trees, vines and leaves, where it was surrounded by a moat. It included five Forestmen, and a Crusader paddling a raft.

In 1990, the last original Forestmen hideout set, Forestmen's Crossing, was released. This set had a unique baseplate of a small stream printed on it with white dots marked on the studs to indicate where to place the pieces. The set featured an old tower and a large tree which were connected by a rope bridge that ran across the stream. This was the only set to include a Forestwoman minifigure. A few forestmen were included in other small non-Forestmen Castle sets, such as Castle Mini Figures. At the end of 1992, the Forestmen were discontinued as a faction, along with the Crusaders.

The Forestmen were considered the foes to the other factions who had knights and castles, such as the Crusaders, Black Falcons, and Black Knights. Some have suggested that the Forestmen could be compared to Robin Hood while the Crusadersrepresented King John and the English throne.

In 1996, a new Forestmen sub theme was released, called Dark Forest.

Lego Castle is a Lego theme featuring knights and castles. It was introduced in 1978 and continues to the present. Lego Castle sets were marketed under the Legoland banner until 1991. Lego decided to change and add Lego System in 1992, but was dropped after 1999. The year 2008 marked 30 years since the introduction of the Lego Castle theme. Lego Castle is favoured by many people because they are interested in the medieval and fantasy settings.

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