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Bar from the collecting aspect though, it doesn't quite fit with anything else from the theme. What will you do with it? It's too bad they didn't do some kind of early movie-theater with it: early photographs and slideshows started around that time, so it could have been built around that idea.
And while I do agree, the thing itself as a whole doesn't "fit" in the theme, I feel like the design aesthetics of it does actually fit in-theme quite nicely. The totems are spot on for any of the Native American sets. And I love the fact that it's still all in old brown!
I need to fully ballast my curves this year as it really does complete the look.
Unfortunately, the Black Falcon's blacksmith may be a bit behind on his last weapons' order...
Instructions and five pieces have been bricklinked and are on the way.
No extra parts needed, even had leftovers! Next problem, enlarging it to minifig size...
...I'm left pondering the build techniques involved in bag 3....
....and why there is a bag of small 1x1 tiles in a bag that has nothing but loads of the same part in it.
My fingers are aching at the thought of these already.
There were 39 1x1 plates in the small bag of tiles that was in the large bag of tiles.
PITA to place but it does look nice.