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The Crusader’s Inn MOC-111710: Perfect Companion for LEGO Medieval Blacksmith

Are you a MOC enthusiast? And do you like to collect different styles of building blocks? Throughout so many medieval building blocks on the market, which one is the perfect companion for Blacksmith? Today we’ll introduce a striking Crusader’s Inn building blocks MOC set originally designed by tile_n_dye in Letbricks.

medieval-themed
medieval-themed

This is a modular building in the style of medieval Blacksmith with a total of 2900 pieces of blocks, measuring 28x23x31cm (11.02×9.06×12.20inch). The build with so much authentic details is a perfect replica of the Crusader’s Inn. A flag post standing on the roof adds another 6cm to its overall height. There are four floors, the ground floor has bricks and stones and there is a storage space for the end. The first and second floor both with their half-timbered appearances of dark wooden patchworks of red plaster and brick is the communal dining and lodging room respectively. The third and topmost floor are enclosed by the dark tiled roofing and half-timbered gables, creating a retro sense that makes the whole build true-to-life. Almost each floor has lattice windows which can be opened and potted plants by the window.

The birch trees outside complement the building nicely while also adding some greenery to the set. And it wouldn’t be a medieval inn without stabling and fodder for horses too. There is a repaired roofing on the left with hand mud detail within for that weathered and lived in look. Outside stands the grey chimney flue which is quite hidden from the front along with the steep angle of the roof back here too. Some foliage growing upon the walls, and the spare of discarded wagon wheel above enhance extra interest to the overhanging sections for this side of the building. Besides, there is a signage that is similar to the sign board of the medieval Tavern.

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Now let’s take a look inside starting with the ground floor. There is a big storage space which like a cellar or basement though not below bottles and barrels for storing beverages are on that wall and on the opposite wall is a bench top sacks and boxes. A friendly rodent lives. A door at the front of the room provides access to and from the outside through the low archway, and there’s stairs towards the rear for access from within the dining room. The room is able to hold a lot of items, whether for small one or big one.

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Entering from the front door of the inn brings us into the dining room. There are two tables by the door, three stools, barrels of beverages, cups, and scoops not far away. This opening is for the stairs that lead down to the storage space. With the wooden staircase heading upwards at the rear of the room is a fireplace that provides not only warmth but for cooking meals as there is a pot above the flames. The area behind the counter is a kitchen space of sorts. And there are several lamps hanging out of the eaves to give light at night.

medieval-themed
medieval-themed

Now let’s head up stairs to where the guests can rest for the night. The second floor of the inn is for guest lodging. A clean and simple bedroom comes into view. Three blue and coffee beds can be spotted, with only two night-stands, candlesticks, and windows between them. There is a potted plant in the corner and a ladder near the corner. The less creative attempt at a washer basin and mirror in the other corner is the designer’s handiwork, which is also an excellent addition to the whole room.

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Follow the ladder up to the attic. This top floor of the end looks very familiar because it’s almost identical in dimensions and design to that of the Lego medieval Blacksmith’s. It is private quarters of the proprietor of the inn. The design of the bed is from the Lion’s castle by sleepless nights and the fox rug floor covering is by Aurora and the game table is by Aurora again. Unlike the other floors, the window is arched.

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Overall, the Crusader’s Inn is an awesome MOC artwork and it makes another perfect companion for Lego ideas medieval Blacksmith. Also it is compatible with all major building block brands in the market for better showcase. With its premium ABS textured material that gives pretty smooth hand feel, this MOC set ensures excellent building experience whether for skilled person or novices. And detailed electronic instructions are provided for super easy assembly, requiring a few hours.

The delicate model is also a highly collectible project because it comes with vibrant colors, mainly in red and black, stable structure that makes each brick closely fit, as well as lots of simulated details which will only be found by yourself through DIY assembling. It can be well displayed on your desktop, which brings a fresh aura for any room. What’s more, building the model really helps to improve hands-on ability, imagination, patience, and creativity. Not only does your practical ability enhances, but also it brings immersive fun to kill those boring hours. And a great sense of accomplishment will be acquired after finishing. A top gift choice for MOC fans, medieval building lovers, and an essential addition to your display cabinet. Take it home now!

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