Seriously, here in the middle of Ohio, a Barzso Playset, much less, one that I don't already own??!?
I took it down, expecting to find broken pieces, missing character figures, horribly painted buildings. But nope, a full, mint condition playset, most likely never taken out of the box. Instructions were there, the page of history, all the figures, both character figures, and even the little bag of critters was present and accounted for.
It took me about 3 seconds to decide to buy it ($225, which I thought was a heck of a deal.)
Brought it home, set it up, and immediately started adding in pieces from other sets till I had filled up the table. There is just something about these Barzso Playsets that makes them so exciting. The creativity that goes into these sets make them truly little works of art, of which my poor photography skills don't do justice.
Obviously, most of the pictures include other buildings from the Tripoli set, the Fortified Hacienda, some of the Mexican Lancers, and you'll even notice the Church Bell Tower by Steve Weston. The blood spills come from the Aztecs and Conquistadors playset. A couple of the buildings are TSSD Alamo pieces. I also added in the second set of Mexican Infantry that had a few new poses.
The set contained four unpainted buildings, Mexican Infantry, American Infantry, Texas Rangers, a ton of scenery, the corral, critters such as a wolf, snakes, and a roadrunner, cacti, and two character figures of Robert E. Lee and Santa Anna.