Playmobil 4866 Knights Falcon Knights Castle
- The Playmobil falcon knights castle is a sizeable 60 cm wide and 35 cm tall fortress
- The functional drawbridge welcomes you to the castle grounds where four falcon knights and their horse are preparing for battle
- There is a lockable jail cell and a breakthrough wall
- The set includes a firing cannon and lots of armoury and accessories
- Suitable for children aged four and over
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Fierce Rivalry in the Race for the Gold with the Playmobil Falcon Knights' Castle
The Playmobil Falcon Knights' Castle is a stronghold from which you can plan battles against your enemies. With thick walls and traps at every turn, this is the suitable place to start your mission to steal the gold treasure.
The Falcon Knights' Castle is sizable 60 cm wide and 35 cm tall. The functional drawbridge welcomes you to the castle grounds, where four Falcon Knights and their horse are preparing for battle. There is a lockable jail cell and a breakthrough wall, and the set includes a firing cannon and lots of armoury and accessories.
Characteristics of your Castle
With 222 pieces, the set pays high attention to detail. As you approach the castle, there's a drawbridge and big gates to get through. There's a lockable jail cell for you to store any enemies that may try and get into the grounds, but suitable method of attack is to hit the breakthrough wall. If any enemies are spotted approaching, the firing cannon can make sure they know the knights are at home.
Work together to Win the Gold
The Falcon Knights are a big team of warriors, complete with a host of equipment to help them in battle. The Falcon Knights troop form the key part of the team and are always on hand to help out. The multiple firing catapult can fire six cannonballs or flaming arrows in quick succession, suitable for returning enemy fire, while the battering ram aims to get through any castle wall in the fight for gold. The lion knights, however, also have a host of weapons including a firing crossbow, treasure transport and troop to cause problems for the Falcon Knights.
Why pick Playmobil?
The 7.5 cm tall Playmobil figure is the cornerstone of this toy system, and this is a highly entertaining fun filled product.
The imaginative role play opportunities, integrated with a variety of play themes, are fascinating to children and highly valued by parents and educational practitioners alike.
Playmobil has company-owned European production sites in Germany, Malta, the Czech Republic and Spain.
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Top Customer Reviews
Today I sat down on my own and tried to figure out where the problem is and it very much looks as if one wall is missing. Another reviewer said you could buy the extra wall from playmobil, but hey, is that really the solution? The instructions in our pack date from 2010, so since four years Playmobil is selling this product with the same fault and driving thousands of parents insane ( I wish grandparents would stop rating this product with five stars, they don't have to put it back together 20 times a day).
This is not the quality I would expect from a German company with a long tradition and it is disgraceful that they do not fix the problem after four years of people pointing out the design fault.
For everybody who has bought it already I would like to point out the review from Bobster (December 2012) who is a genius and has found a way to build this castle that makes it not perfect, but much more sturdy. I'll be eternally grateful.
Here's the solution to the wall problem / walls not fitting properly:
Make sure that the walls that attach to BOTH sides of the big tower (with the trapdoor and steps that can be raised up by pulling the chain) are as far forwards as possible. The instructions make it look like the initial wall that attaches (with the slate roof) goes into the posterior holes (there are 2 lines of 3 holes on each side; I assume to make it cheaper to construct) but, if you do that (like I did) then you get all the problems listed above.
It took me ages to work it out (I even tried moving things round as per Bobster's suggestion) but it all fits fine if you keep the connections in the front holes (nearest the inside of the castle). I can't post a pic on here but I've posted one on this page (under CW123):
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandchildren were totally happy with the castle and I was happy with the price and speed of delivery.Published 1 month ago by susan sinnott
Loads of play from brilliant playmobil. We love all their kits. Last for years, perfect for all age ranges.Published 4 months ago by Nicky
Great, my 4year old grandchild loves it and has really enjoyed playing with it. No problems at all with the delivery.Published 8 months ago by Margaret Short
This could be a great product - if only it fitted together properly - it simply doesn't. Eventually we realized you have to buy an extra tower at a cost of about £37 for it to do... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Zyrannix
Great Playmobil quality as always. My boys love playing all sorts with it - playmobil, lego, fire and rescue....Published 18 months ago by CateS