Among the nine-strong minifigure line-up in 76218 Sanctum Sanctorum, Scarlet Witch stands out for all the wrong reasons: she doesn’t have a cape, and her arms and legs are completely free of printing or dual-moulding. It’s a situation worsened by the knowledge of what could have been, thanks to the incredibly detailed Wanda Maximoff minifigure in last year’s 71031 Marvel Studios.
There is one part of the newest Scarlet Witch that makes her worth picking up, though – and it actually improves on her Collectible Minifigure. That means you’ll need both 71031 Marvel Studios and 76218 Sanctum Sanctorum to create the perfect Wanda minifigure, as explained in our latest YouTube short. If you’ve got 38 seconds to spare, hit play and find out how you can combine both LEGO Wandas into one super Scarlet Witch.
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