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Castle remains one of the most popular themes within the LEGO community. The recent release of the medieval market square is another great example for that. Within castle Wolfpack is one of the most famous factions. With only 4 sets released in the nineties, it still gets quite a lot of attention with references in CMF figures and even a torso in the mentioned 2024 set.

One of these few sets was the 6075 Wolfpack Tower, a personal favourite from my childhood. From the first glance it’s immediately noticable this set is heavily referenced in this idea, without being a straight copy.

On first glance there might not seem many similarities between the original set and this Ideas entry. On closer inspection there are many references to find however. There’s the entrance over a bridge, the tower is set in between rocks, the masonry pattern on the outside that’s achieved with ingots and tiless, the hidden rooms accesible via water etc etc. The colour scheme differs subtly with dark red instead of normal red and less black in the build. To me that’s a result of the expanded color options we have nowadays compared to the nineties.

From the inside this design is quite detailed as well. With many rooms and storytelling options included. This is enhanced by the 6 minifigures included. These minifigures are:

  • Two Wolfpack soldiers
  • One Wolfpack archer
  • One Wolfpack master thief
  • One Wolfpack robber Chief and his wife

The Wolfpack Lair captures the essence of medieval fantasy, providing a unique building experience and endless opportunities for imaginative play. This set appeals to LEGO fans who love epic adventures, intricate designs, and the nostalgia of classic castle themes.

– GJC15344

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