Lord Vampire's Castle (with Rodney
Rathbone's car and a Moonstone
There are five Monster Fighters and ten monsters. Here's a list.
- Rodney Rathbone - He likes writing things in journals. Rodney is also the rival of Lord Vampire (figures, the two of them are the only ones in the theme to have swords and are seen having a sword duel in a commercial for Lord Vampire's Castle set!) Rathbone's most notable feature is his bionic steam powered leg (My guess it's a battle scar from his rival.).
- Frank Rock - according to Rodney Rathbone, he is "a motorcycling rebel out for revenge". He is armed with two handheld pistols and knows how to use them. His rival is the Swamp Creature. Frank's covered in bruises from head to toe (possibly from the Swamp Creature.).
- Jack McHammer - According to Rodney Rathbone, Jack is "a plastic giant". His most notable feature is Jack's bionic arm. Jack is the rival of Frankenstein's Monster.
- Ann Lee - According to Rodney Rathbone, she was hired when she was seen practicing "Broomstickajistu" (the art of using household items has a weapon.). Ann has a facial scar from a witch nail. She is also the rival of the Mummy.
- Quinton Steele - A famous hunter whose newest challenge is bringing down the wild, feral Werewolf. He has a telescope for an eye (possibly from the Werewolf). Quinton is, obviously, the Werewolf's rival.
- This theme has a lot of glow in the dark bricks.
- Lord Vampire is not the first minifigure to be a vampire. There's a Vampire in the Minifigures theme.
- Ann Lee has garlic printed on her legs, but never fights Lord Vampire or his bride (since they are the only monsters that can be harmed by garlic).
- Quinton Steele uses the same gun piece used in the Dino theme, but without the tranquilizer.
- Jack McHammer uses the exact same hammer that Thor uses in the Marvel theme.
- The Werewolf isn't the first minifigure to be a werewolf. There's a Werewolf in a lot of themes.
- Lord Vampire needs six magic gems called Moonstones. In reality, there are seven Moonstones.