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Wolfpack torso - from what set?

bluelion3bluelion3 Member Posts: 156
edited November 2011 in Collecting
Hi Brickset community,

I recently saw an eBay auction for a bunch of Castle Wolfpack minifigures. Here is the link to the auction (hopefully it will work): The auction was a Buy-It-Now and someone bought it before I could make a decision on whether to buy it. Each minifigure in the auction item had this torso: torso 973pb727c01 . Bricklink did not have data on any sets containing this part. Does anyone know?
Here's a photo from the eBay auction. It contained 10 of this mysterious torso!


  • StuBoyStuBoy New ZealandMember Posts: 623
    ^ Yeah, pretty sure that's the key-chain. Check out the Wolfpack link from this discussion, it should tell you all you need to know about the Wolfpack!
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 2,897
    I bought some of these torso's on bricklink from a seller in poland (? I think, I can check) and although it only came as a keychain, these torso's weren't (they didn't have the whole in the neck) but were over a £1 each, so not cheap! Interesting to see the arrangement of the above ebay seller. I've looked at a number of their auctions. They are always well laid out, but amazes me where they have got the parts from.
  • bluelion3bluelion3 Member Posts: 156
    The forum link even mentions "...they saw a weird reincarnation in 2001 as an odd combination of Bull Knight and key ring."
    I am pretty surprised that the eBay seller had 10 keychains to take apart and change into regular minifigures to sell as a set like that.
    I have the Wolfpack tower 6075 and it's a pretty cool set. Go Wolfpack!
  • StuBoyStuBoy New ZealandMember Posts: 623
    ^ Yeah, Wolfpack were awesome. Hope LEGO brings out a renegade type faction to the Kingdoms line (if there is a line after Joust.) Its a shame the coolest factions only have a few sets to their name.
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