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5153 medieval cog vs. giant calamary
A medieval ship inspired by german hanseatic ships.
About this creation
Small but well detailed. The perfect combination between ships and Castle themes. I think, many ships in Lega Castle looked ugly in past, what do you think? "Set" includes captain and crewman, a rat and a giant calamary. Price proposal: 44,99€

The trade office of the growing city of Blueheaven proudly presents: Our newest invention in competition with the northern kingdom and the island of Peng Cheng. The small cog is a perfect sea- and river ship for fast transportation and trade.

Compared to former clumsy ship models the M.S. Eaglespeed, Blueheavens first original ship, is small but speedy and easy maneuverable.While the missing M.S. Everglory would need at least 3-4 months to reach Peng Cheng, this one would end a travel in just 4 weeks with a big and stiff sail. The hull of the cog is very robust and able to stand heavy storms.
It may looks small, but we used the space more intensive than former ship builders, e.g. from the big great ship city Azuran. Why? Because we in Blueheaven are better!


Together with the advantage, that the small cog is easy, quick and cheap to build, we can transport far more goods in a small fleet than two or three expensive transport galleons from Azuran. And keep in mind, that their repair costs are much higher after some stormy days at sea.



The trade office is confident, that the nobility of southern shires will invest more coins in our small port at the big river and we’ll grow to an important place of trade and poverty. One cog cost only 1000 golden coins and is available after 4 months of construction.
The minimal count of crewmembers is two. A captain and a crewman or ship’s boy. Because of the limited space we can just offer one small copper cannon, but with your maximum speed most viking or orcish pirates won’t catch your ship.



Of course, there are dangers in the azure ocean, we can’t stand against. We warn about giant calamaries, which were discovered by King Olaaf’s viking ship some months ago. And there's still the cursed M.S. Everglory out there!



Comments

 I like it 
  September 28, 2009
Nice ship and awesome monster
 I like it 
  June 23, 2009
Looks very professional and even bettter than those normal lego pirate sets. (Ok, it doesn't have to do something with pirates but lego didn't make any other ship series... or did they?) Looks also like much work... all in all 5 stars ("smilies") (uff, warum hab ich jetzt auf englisch gebabbelt? Hast mich total verwirrt =D)
  June 23, 2009
Now that would be a set worth buying. Great figs great pieces and well built.
 I like it 
  June 23, 2009
Excellent!
 I like it 
  June 22, 2009
Another awesome build. You certainly have the skill to add texture to your creations :)
 
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