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2013 BBG R2: James Bond vs Graham Gidman - Classic-Castle Set Re-imagined . At the beginning, I was worried about this category. I don't have much experience with castle building, and I don't have the right pieces to build any.... so I went on Brickset.com and saw that the old Forestmen sets were classified as classic castle. So I chose to re-create the good old 6071: Forestmen's Crossing. It really caught my eye, because I could see lots of thing that could be improved. I kept it the exact same size, and built it on a 16 X 32 baseplate. I also made sure that the tree was hallow like the original. This set was actually special to me, because I remember having it when I was a child, so it was very fun to make, and I am very happy about it :D Enjoy! . A link to The Brick Battle Games And A link to my very skilled opponent Graham Gidman Best of luck to you sir! Also, a link to the original to prove that it is indeed a castle set :) Right Here :D I present to you........ Forestmen's Crossing! Tough guy Larry is a little bit scared of heights ;) My duck that I love


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