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The King's Knights are Castle minifigures released in 2013.

Background

The LEGO Movie

In The LEGO Movie, some King's Knights appeared as residents in Middle Zealand. A group of King's Knights alongside a Dragon were seen listening to Wyldstyle's "broadcast" and were seen assembling some weapons to help fight against Lord Business's Micro Managers.

Sir Stackabrick and Gallant Guard are among the King's Knights featured in the movie, appearing as Master Builders in Cloud Cuckoo Land.

LEGO.com Description

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King’s Knight
No evil guys gets away on his shift. He doesn't like to brag about how great he is at teaching evil soldiers a lesson. He just likes to do his job, and relax with a good midieval cook book in front of the fire at night.

70400 (2)

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King’s Knight
This good soldier is very young and eager to prove himself worthy of being in the King's service. He'll charge at anyone before thinking, so sometimes it takes a little help from one of his older soldier mates to get him out of trouble.

70401 (1)

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King’s Knight
This good soldier loves to take the mickey out of the evil soldiers. He's very sly and will never make an easy attack on an enemy, if he can pull a practical joke on them instead.

70401 (2)

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King’s Knight
A good soldier is swift on his feet and acts without thinking. Our friend here can do just that. He has no real sense of humor, and likes everything to be neat and in order but he is very loyal to his friends and the King

70402 (1)

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King’s Knight
When he's not in battle, he likes to brag about his heroics to anyone who will listen! His stories tend to get wilder and crazier every time he tells them, but that's okay. He's the type of guy who likes to party with his friends, laugh really loud and make a lot of noise.

70402 (2)

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King’s Knight
Everyone's best friend - always there for his mates. He likes to run, so he scouts the area around the castle maybe 20 times every day. It helps him stay in shape and sleep really well at night.

70403 (1)

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King’s Knight
When you have to fight a dragon, and you're also very scared of dragons, it helps to have a lot of gadgets and gear to hide under. Full helmet, armor and shield are must haves for any young knight hoping to defend the Queen from fire-breathing foes.

70403 (2)

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King’s Knight
Calm and confident, he's the perfect royal guardian. He knows everything that goes on in the castle and beyond, so he keeps the Queen posted with news about everyone.

70404 (1)

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King’s Knight
One of the two twin brothers who guard the castle with their bows and arrows. They look so much alike and to make it easier for the King to tell the difference between them, they make sure to dress in different outfits.

70404 (2)

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King’s Knight
Master archer of the King's Castle along with his twin brother. Nothing gets past their hawk vision and swift bows, and they (almost) never fall asleep on duty.


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