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This series of pictures shows you a small sample of the endless castle designs you can build using the Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator system https://ideas.lego.com/projects/148797. This system of small castle modules allows you to endlessly reconfigure and add on to your castle in just a few moments. Please go to Lego Ideas at the link about and vote for Lego to make this a set you can buy in the stores.
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Michael Kalkwarf


This Lego Modular Castle is made out of small modules that can be moved and placed in limitless combinations with each other. More information can be found on the Lego Ideas page under Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator. This set has been featured in both Bricks Magazine issue 16 and BrickJournal issue 42. This system has also been on display at BrickCon. This system was designed by Michael Kalkwarf and his two sons.
Using this Lego Modular Castle system, even a child can quickly and easily build any castle they can think of by simply rearranging the Modules. Each Castle Module is built from standard Lego parts. Once the modules are built, you need only rearrange them to make a new Lego Fortress. Each Lego Medieval Palace has play space for Lego minifigs and Knights.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

This modular castle features decorative windows and curved wood balconies. This castle was made using the Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator system.

Lego Modular Castle

For this version of the castle the right hand tower was removed and replaced by stack of two modules identical to the other side to give it a symmetrical look.

Modular Lego Castle

In this version of the ever evolving castle, half balconies have been added to either side to provide more space. An additional tower is inserted between the two curved wood railings.

Michael Kalkwarf

Now the tower on the left moved back towards the middle of the castle and the top removed and replaced with a battlement.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

Now additional decorative window modules have been added to the tower on the right to provide a more 3 Dimensional cluster of living quarters

Lego Modular Castle

Next the tower in the middle of the castle was removed and the second level has been shortened by one module.

Modular Lego Castle

In this picture several additional room modules with window modules hanging off the side have been stacked on the top of the already tall tower.

Michael Kalkwarf

Here the central module has been removed and the entire stack of living quarters was picked up as a whole and moved over to the center.

Michael Kalkwarf

Now the large tall tower has been removed. On the base two room modules with no sides have been placed the width of a single module apart. A room with a curved half room hanging off of it has been stacked on top of the left hand module. A four sided battlement has been placed on top of the right hand module.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

Next, both open modules have been moved all the way to the left and connected to each other. A new stack of two rom modules has been placed on the right. A round half room module has been attached to the Technic pin holes in the front of the bottom module while a window module has is hung off the Lego Technic pins on the right side of that same module.

Lego Modular Castle

Now the castle is reconfigured quite a bit more. The open sided room modules are centered and connected using a bridge module. A curved railing balcony is hung off the Lego Technic pins holes in the side of the bridge module. A room module with built in Window section is added to each side, stack on top of the lower modules. Next, half balcony modules are connected to the Lego Technic pin holes. They are facing each other to serve the same purpose as the bridge on the level below but with a more decorative arch and no pin holes for connecting balconies towards the front. Then a room module is placed on top of the two adjacent balconies to form the tower. A half battlement is placed to each side and a roof is placed on the very top. Lots of changes but all this takes only a minute or two to do.

Modular Lego Castle

In this picture, the balconies have been removed along with the tower and the battlement that were on the top level. A roof has been placed on each room to make dual towers. Again the changes here are quick and easy to make in less than a minute.

Modular Lego Castle

Now the top room modules are removed along with the connecting bridge module what was between them. A four sided battlement is placed on the top of each of the open sided rooms.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

This next version features a double tall window module with a battlement on top. Notice the half round room module hanging off the side toward the back.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

Here the half room nodule and the double window module have be switched out.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

Next they have been put back but and an additional room module has been place on top to make it even taller.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

Keep in mind that all of these different castles have been using the same base level and rooms and other modules have been added on top. Keep in mind that all of these different castles have been using the same base level and rooms and other modules have been added on top.

Michael Kalkwarf

Michael Kalkwarf

Michael Kalkwarf

Michael Kalkwarf

Lego Modular Castle

Lego Modular Castle

Lego Modular Castle

Lego Modular Castle

Modular Lego Castle

Modular Lego Castle

Kingdoms Modular Lego Castle

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/148797 This castle was made using the Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator System. It features 2 new modules, a 8x16 bridge module spanning the distance between the two castle sections and a 4 x 16 balcony creating an even larger balcony place space than before.

kingdoms Modular Castle

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/148797 This castle was made using the Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator System. It features newer modules that were made only after this modular castle system was featured in Bricks Magazine Issue 16 and BrickJournal 42.

Kingdoms Modular Castle

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/148797 This castle was made using the Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator System. It features newer modules that were made only after this modular castle system was featured in Bricks Magazine Issue 16 and BrickJournal 42.


This Lego Modular Castle is made out of small modules that can be moved and placed in limitless combinations with each other. More information can be found on the Lego Ideas page under Kingdoms Modular Castle Creator. This set has been featured in both Bricks Magazine issue 16 and BrickJournal issue 42. This system has also been on display at BrickCon. This system was designed by Michael Kalkwarf and his two sons.
Using this Lego Modular Castle system, even a child can quickly and easily build any castle they can think of by simply rearranging the Modules. Each Castle Module is built from standard Lego parts. Once the modules are built, you need only rearrange them to make a new Lego Fortress. Each Lego Medieval Palace has play space for Lego minifigs and Knights.





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 I like it 
  December 15, 2016
wooooow this is really amazing
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  December 14, 2016
Quoting Choco Taco Epic!
Please tell Lego to make this a retail set by supporting this on Lego Ideas https://ideas.lego.com/projects/148797
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  December 13, 2016
Epic!
 
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