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6277 Imperial Trading Post is a trading post which included several cannons, a row boat and a ship with two sails. The set also had one winch crane and a static string crane. Included are two Imperial Guard Minifigures, one lieutenant and one Admiral. the set included two pirates and three merchants.
Story On Box
During the 18th century, etc. Ruled by a powerful empire, The Imperial Trading Post has been the hub of all trading activity for centuries. Ships from all corners of the world have travelled to this island to trade their wares. The Pirates, always aware of the treasure on the island, have been watching the trading activity very closely. Because the post is so well protected, the pirates cannot easily access the island. But this has not stopped the pirates, for they have devised a plan to capture outgoing ships at sea and confiscate their treasure. Will the pirates be successful, or will someone discover their secret plan? use your imagination to continue the adventures of the LEGO SYSTEM pirates of the sea
Canadian box flap
During the eighteenth century, a peaceful colony of settlers suddenly had their serenity interrupted. The invaders were the Lego System Pirates of the Sea! The Pirates had been searching for the same buried treasures that the settlers were claiming as their own. This disturbed the Pirates as they knew the treasure had belonged to their ancestors. Ruled by a powerful empire, the Imperial Trading Post has been the hub for all trading activity for centuries. The Pirates have been watching the trading activity closely, but the Post is well protected and not easily accessible. This has not stopped the Pirates. They have devised a plan to capture outgoing ships and confiscate their treasures. Will the Pirates be successful, or will someone discover their secret plan? Use your imagination to continue the adventures of the Lego System Pirates of the Sea!
- This set is the largest Imperial Guards set, and features a merchant ship, dock and three buildings.