More details on the rumored LEGO Creator 31120 Medieval Castle set
The return of the Black Falcons would continue this summer in the medieval LEGO Creator 31120 castle.
The Classic Castle faction first reappeared in February 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, some nine years after their last appearance in a LEGO set in 10223 Kingdoms Joust. But according to Promobricks, their resurrection will not be short-lived, as two more black hawks will be included in medieval castle 31120 this summer.
This is just one of the new details that have appeared on Creator’s new 3-in-1 set, which will apparently do for Castle what last year’s pirate ship 31109 did for pirates: that is – say bring it back under the aegis of one. off Creator, as the LEGO Group recently suggested Brick fanatics.
Promobricks reports that the medieval castle 31120 (or whatever the final product name is) will look like the classic 6074 Black Falcon’s Fortress from 1986, right down to the yellow half-timbered house at the back of the structure. Unlike the original package, however, the new version will feature blue roof elements, as well as an all-new waterwheel.
The Creator theme is known to shape everything from classic bricks – a philosophy that extends even to the sails of the 31109 pirate ship – and, of course, medieval castle 31120 will apparently also feature a handful of brick-built animals, including chickens, a mouse and a green dragon. The list of figurines will then be completed by a civilian.
As with all 3 in 1 sets, you will also be able to rebuild the castle in two alternative models: a castle with a slightly different layout, comprising a windmill, a tree and a market stall; and a high tower. If Promobricks’ information is correct, you can expect the set to include around 1,500 pieces, cost around â¬ 99.99, and will launch in June 2021.
Until we hear official confirmation from the LEGO Group, however, it’s best to continue to treat this rumor lightly.
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