Random set of the day: Guarded Treasure

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Guarded Treasure

Guarded Treasure

©2000 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 6094 Guarded Treasure, released in 2000. It's one of 22 Castle sets produced that year. It contains 103 pieces and 2 minifigs, and its retail price was US$15.

It's owned by 1927 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


19 comments on this article

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By in United States,

I love the chrome sword.

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By in United States,

Chrome is a treasure.

Lego should revisit chrome seeing if they can get it to last and not rub off.

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By in Australia,

^ It's not a treasure that lasts very long.

I always had mixed feelings about Knight's Kingdom 1. It seemed like a weird mix of juniorisation, and normal building.

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By in New Zealand,

Is the castle alive?

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By in United States,

This is one of those sets/themes where the catalog description writers didn't know the storyline. The heading for this set in one catalog was "Two brave knights protect the stronghold!" despite the fact that Gilbert the Bad shouldn't be protecting it...

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By in United States,

I loved this set as a kid - it had so many fun play features! I didn't remember it existed until I saw it here... thanks Huwbot!

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By in United States,

Knight's Kingdom I will always be a lifelong favorite of mine, and this was one of my favorite sets from that line!

I wish LEGO would produce more sets like this; especially with the chrome pieces.

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By in Singapore,

After getting this and 6095 Royal Joust, I was glad to finally have something resembling the light grey towers and blue spires in 6098 that I never got. I will cherish these two sets, as well as 6026 and 6032, forever. They're on display in my LEGO room.

Was this set actually called Guarded Treasure? I only remember the name Guarded Treasury in my catalog.

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By in Turkey,

Old me would have gone bananas over that chrome sword, new me "Been there, done that".

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By in United States,

@LegoSonicBoy You're correct about the name. There's a few other cases from this era of Brickset's names not matching what was in the catalogs, but some of them were probably differences between the US and Europe.

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By in United Kingdom,

Oh, I have one.

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By in Singapore,

I miss the chrome sword but I can see why it was discontinued because the coating easily peels off over time. Even though the sword was over two decades ago, it hasn't grown old for me.

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By in United Kingdom,

Is the treasure the silver sword? In which case, why not put a door or gate in front of it, instead of relying on a guard who isn't even standing guard over it?? These knights are just asking for trouble, showing off their flashy kit to all and sundry!

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By in Singapore,

@CliveyB: I don't think the guard wants to get caught in the axe/boulder trap...

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By in United Kingdom,

What I find curious is how they portray the chrome sword as a valuable treasure here... when, in reality, I don't think there was a single set in the main KKI range (not counting polybags) that didn't include one of those pieces.

Heck, Gilbert the Bad even had one of his own in Catapult Crusher... unless that's meant to imply that he successfully stole this one after all?

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By in Netherlands,

Who's smart idea was it to build a prison right next to the treasure not hidden behind a door?

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By in United Kingdom,

Chunky base plates there!

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By in United States,

Awesome set!

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By in United States,

I have one of those Crome swords

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