The online community is loving LEGO ICONS 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle

It’s been almost a week since LEGO 10305 Lion Knights’ castle launched and the set has gone down well as fans start to get their sets delivered. 

10305 Lion Knights’ Castle is now widely available following the VIP early access and while you wait for your set to be delivered, we’ll take a look at how the online LEGO community is reacting to the 90th-anniversary model. 

On Twitter, Stuart Miles enjoyed comparing the model to their modified 6080 King’s Castle and seeing the two side by side showcases the differences that over 30 years can make. 

Photographer Figs Fan Photos shared their latest photographs featuring 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle showcasing the beauty and scale of the build by depicting it in a realistic setting. 

Figs Fan Photos 10305 Lion Knights Castle
Image: Figs Fan Photos

Chaddyrick on the LEGO subreddit has displayed 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle alongside two versions of 21325 Medieval Castle and the 40567 Forest Hideout GWP, revealing just how huge the blacksmith is compared to the castle, though the designers approached the building at a much different scale. 

LEGO 10305 Lion Knights Castle 21325 Medieval Blacksmith reddit
Image: Chaddyrick

Also on the LEGO subreddit, Squirrelbus’ cat was just as much of a fan of 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle, or at least the box. They were lucky enough to order 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle before the 40567 Forest Hideout GWP was no longer available on LEGO.com.

10305 Lion Knights’ Castle is available to everyone now with 4,514 pieces and 22 minifigures for £344.99 / $399.99 / €399.99 and we’ve got an in-depth review of the model that you can check out by clicking here

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