I’d like to invite you to my fifth and final Halloween 2008 Review, set 4766 Graveyard Duel. I hope you had a haunting Halloween, and until next year’s Spook-tacular event, you can always check Bricklink and Ebay for some of these scary sets shared on Eurobricks:
Lego fan Noddy creates a frightening Halloween horror minifig called Autumn Lumberjack. This is one town forest that you’d definately want to stay away from, especially at night.
Eurobricks member Brainbox creates a frightful collection of Halloween Minifigs that will certainly send shivers down your spine.
In the twilight of a moonlit sky with only the flickering stars to guide them, three castaways make their way along a vast, never-ending sea. Atop a makeshift raft from the reckage of their pirate vessel, the scurvy crew fight for survival. Their food and water has been depleted; and if things could not be worse, a hungry shark has began to follow them. Will this be the end of the pirate crew? Check out the Halloween review of set 6257 Castaway’s Raft.
If your Classic Town is suffering by visits from an undead variety, particularly those related to the Order of the Dracul, Smifery Vektor has created just the thing to battle these demons. His custom minifig, Gabriel Van Helsing, is sure to do the trick armed with a crossbow, pistols, and throwing blade.
Somewhere along the outskirts of the kingdom, there is a place where the road ends, a dark place. A small tower stands with a sinister secret that only a few of the king’s most trusted men know. The place is the home of traitors and other dreadful denizens who dare defy the king. What evil sits within the dank walls of the prison cell forming twisted plans as the time goes by, very, very slowly? Do you dare venture into TheBrickster’s third Halloween review, 4817 Dungeon?
Eurobricks Haunted Trains & Town Forum
All October, the Trains & Town forum will be haunted on Eurobricks. There are lots of Halloween activities to participate in:
As the orange and crimson leaves blow along the old cobblestone road, howling can be heard in the distance. There’s something eerie about the way the trees of the foreboding forest seem to follow the old roadster as its two companions drive fearfully through the moonlit night on their way to the Eurobricks Haunted Town Forum. Perhaps you may find your way through the forbidden forest to a Halloween review of Studio Set 1380: Werewolf Ambush. But beware! You never know what spooky haunts may try to stop you. In addition, you may want to think twice about picking up any hitch-hikers.
For those of you wanting to add some lights to your spooky minifigs this Halloween, Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories provides instructions on how to do so. Check out these frightfully fun steps that can turn the happiest Classic Town minifig into the most scariest spook of the season.
AFOL Xenobuzz has created some very original and unique MOCs, but his most recent creation is the perfect MOC for the Halloween season. His Light-Up Pumpkin serves as a great display for some Studio movie monsters as well as other spooks. Best viewed on a cold and windy October night: