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Alterations on King's Battle Chariot
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The changes I've made to the Lego set: King's Battle Chariot
About this creation
After purchasing the set "King's Battle Chariot" I thought that I could make some small improvements to make the set look a little better.

So here it is, the new and improved: King's Battle Chariot!



Here's a pic of the whole thing. I changed the body shape into more of a oval instead of a semi-circle with a rectangle on the back.



I also added another horse. One horse pulling that entire carriage must be some sort of animal cruelty, or a very strong horse. :D



Here's the carriage driver. Captain Brickbeard minus the peg-leg and hook-hand, different head, and Tri-cornered hat.



Why must every Lego vehicle have weapons? Why can't there be a peaceful Lego set? I've taken away the crossbow mounted on the front of the carriage, and the two spears on each side.



Here you can see the side of the vehicle. I've made the sides only 1 brick tall, instead of 2 bricks tall. Mainly because I had no darkblue bricks. :P I also added some more decoration to the walls. The flags are about the same as the set, just not as tall.



Here's the back of the carriage. A bodyguard with a crossbow guards the king from possible threats. I used the two darkblue curved pieces I took from making the walls only 1 brick tall, and put them on the back. I think this looks much better than the original set.



Here is the King's throne inside the carriage.



Here is the King's throne outside the carriage. I really like how this throne looks. I used the gold walls from the thing that used to hold the treasure chest in the real set, and put them on top as guard rails. I added onto the steps that also in the real set and made them taller. That bottom step that is un-SNOTed is where the Carriage driver stands.



Here's the whole thing one more time.


Well, there's my take on King's Battle Chariot! Tell me what you think!



Comments

 I like it 
  November 5, 2009
Nice throne!
 I like it 
  August 26, 2009
Cool, I dont own the actual set, but this looks way better. I like the back little gaurd post thing, and the kings throne is really cool. Could you check this out please?http://mocpages.com/moc.php/131549
 I like it 
  July 29, 2009
The throne is excellent, as is the whole thing. The two-horse thing is a GREAT addition too.
 I like it 
  July 23, 2009
cool,i like the driver could idea for him!
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  July 23, 2009
The set is good, although way overpriced, but this is WAY better. :)
 I like it 
  July 22, 2009
awesome!! i gave my chariot 2 horses also :D but i love that throne thing i just left the body of mine relatively the same, but i made blades coming out of the wheels like in gladiator :D
 
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