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75904 Mystery Mansion is a Scooby-Doo set released in August 2015. It includes a large central tower topped with a clock face, a green house on the left and a small section of the building on the right which holds the kitchen and a safe. Six minifigures are included, Daphne Blake, Shaggy Rogers, Velma Dinkley, Black Knight, Vampire, and the Phantom. Also included is a standing version of Scooby-Doo and a man-eating plant named Flytrap Lily.
Description[edit | edit source]
An azure motorcycle is included, and connected to it is a sidecar with a grey TECHNIC pin. The sidecar has an azure base and wheel guard for the single wheel. It has a lime coloured top, which is curved at the front. There is a transparent windshield at the front and a brown backpack at the back.
The greenhouse is built upon a brown baseplate. The bottom of the greenhouse is built with grey palisade bricks. The left side has two bricks that hold TECHNIC pins, which connect the greenhouse to the clock tower. There are various brown windows looking into the building, two of which have pictures of Pumpkin Monsters. At the end of each of the rows of windows there are brown 1x1x5 bricks. Instead of brown windows, a pumpkin facing outwards is present between the first set of windows and third set. There is a brown plate beneath the pumpkin, with grass and a grey palisade brick below that. The right side has a large transparent panel piece and a 1x1x5 brown piece. The left side holds a medium lilac door, with windows to it's right. A tree is growing out of the building to the left of the door. The tree has a swampy bright green leaf. Above the door is a black light which is connected to a grey piece. The door has a curved brown plate facing it. It has a black fence above grey bricks at the end of it. At the end of each of the sides is a large brown arch. It has windows beside it and purple slope pieces going up the sides. The right side has more bricks that hold TECHNIC pins, further connecting it to the clock tower. The top of the arch has bricks with TECHNIC pins that face inwards.
Above the pins is a purple cone that holds a curved black spiked piece. The pins hold a large row of brown windows. Two of the windows are broken and two have bugs on them. The row of windows has two small fence panels above it. The inside of the building holds a pumpkin and a bone in the right corner. The left side has four bright green flat pieces surrounding a yellow 2x2 plate, this area is used to perch Flytrap Lily. The front of the inside holds a long bright green plate.
The entrance is also built over a brown baseplate. It has grey bricks with TECHNIC pins at the sides. These pins connect to two TECHNIC bricks which are separated by a brown "A" shaped plate. Light grey panel pieces are placed over the studs on the "A" shaped plate. The end TECHNIC bricks have hollow holes, where the TECHNIC pins from the other structures connect. In between the front of the first TECHNIC bricks there is a grey panel piece facing inwards. Behind the grey panel piece there is a hollow area where two gold keys are hidden. Brown plates are loosely placed above the area and are intended to be taken off. The front of the area is built upon secure brown plates. Grey palisade and light grey pieces make up the sides of the front. Light grey pieces with hollow holes hold TECHNIC pins. These pins hold grey pillars and give them a crooked look. A purple door sits between, and the three structures are connected by a brown plate. In front of the door is a small grey staircase built above a brown curved plate. Light grey panel pieces lie to the back sides of the door. The right corner above the door holds a TECHNIC pin with hollow hole. There is a brown cylinder piece that connects to a TECHNIC pin. The TECHNIC pin goes through another set of TECHNIC bricks. Two halves of a silver spiked ball sits at the end of the bricks. The ball is intended to be swung up and down. The TECHNIC bricks are connected to a brown cylinder and TECHNIC pin at the other side too. There are light grey 2x2 bricks placed above the pieces and they lead up to a large grey arch piece, which connects the side together. Above the door there are light grey bricks in the front corners, and a black panel at either side. A long light grey piece goes over the brick at the front. There are black tiles placed above the bricks excluding the panel pieces. Light grey bricks go over the plates. Two of the bricks have studs on their side. The studs face inwards and holds a picture of the Prospector. Grey and light grey pieces surround the picture, with two grey pieces facing outwards holding a TECHNIC pin each. A structure of a purple roof with hollow grey brick in between connects to the pin. There is a lantern over the hollow circle, and the roof is placed at a tilted position. A transparent panel piece with broken window frame lays above the frame, with two brown arch pieces beside the window. At the end of the arch is a brown plate which connects them to each other and to the window. Behind the window there is a light grey arch which connects the bricks to the back. Black plates are placed above the pieces.
The clock tower sits over the entrance and is built on a brown baseplate with grey bricks at the side. Pillars go in the corners in front of the grey bricks, and light grey panels and 1x1x2 pieces go behind the pillars. The panels and pillars have brown plates on top. In front of the 1x2x5 pieces there are black slopes which fall onto curved balcony pieces. The balcony pieces lie on grey plates which are upon curved brown plates. A short panel piece with a 1x4 black plate connects both balconies together. There are also black shorter panels above the plates. Dark grey arches are at the end of the black panels and they connect both sides together, while brown plates sit at the beginning of the arches. Dark grey plates take up most of the space besides the red carpet. In the centre of the carpet is a black turntable. A stack of light grey piece occupies the turntable. One side of the bricks holds a bat, while the other holds a sloped purple piece. The piece on the top of the stack of bricks has a hollow hole. A brown cylinder piece and grey cylinder plate with hole are placed on top. These hollow bricks allow the TECHNIC pin above them turn them. There is a light grey 4x4 TECHNIC piece that is almost completely hollow, except for the sides. Multiple TECHNIC pins go in to the hollow piece; one at the front, one at the back and one from the top. All these pins are moved by a brown cylinder piece at the end of the back TECHNIC pin, and a large circular clock with an orange hand is connected to the pin at the front. Like the stack of plates, the clock moves once the brown cylinder piece is turned. The clock has cylinder plates with every third hour in Roman numerals, and in between the plates there is a purple stud. Another set of black panels and large grey arches are placed above the clock, and there is also a bright green plant falling from the left side. The roof is placed above these pieces, and is large, triangular and purple. The left side has a large cylinder black piece while the right side has a textured light grey piece. The inside of the roof holds a coffin between grey slope pieces.
The kitchen is built upon a brown baseplate. Part of the baseplate at the front is not covered. The bottom has various palisade grey bricks, and there are light grey pieces above these bricks. Two transparent windows with black crooked frames are placed over the pieces, while various light grey pieces surround the windows. Two of the bricks have studs on the side and holds a brown plank across each of the windows, while the windows themselves each have a purple slope over them. Embedded into the bricks on the right side is a tree with dark green leaves. The left side has hollow bricks with TECHNIC pins that connects the kitchen to the entrance. There is a large brown arch at the back of the kitchen which connects both of the walks together. In front of the window on the right side is a black panel piece with a skull placed on it. The inside features a light blue and white tiled kitchen floor. There are various white structures; a sink with light grey tap, a cabinet with a hamburger on top and an oven and stove that has a pot on it. A rat is also roaming around in the kitchen.
Above the kitchen is an area where the owner of the mansion keeps their safe. At the front there is a small section with brown arches facing the front. There is a transparent window with black crooked fame in between the arches, while cornered purple roof pieces are placed above the window and arches. A black cylinder is placed above this structure. The sides of the building have purple slope pieces at the front. Behind the slopes there are transparent windows with black crooked frames. Above the windows there are purple slope pieces held to light grey bricks with studs on the side. Two of the bricks hold TECHNIC pins that face inwards which hold a collection of purple plates. The plates have a hollow area for the windows and arches section to peek through. There are various black sloped plates on the roof. A chimney sits in the top right corner. The chimney is built upon a hinge piece and consists of a black cone and light grey textured brick. Like the kitchen, a large brown arch holds both of the walls together and above the arch is a long brown plate. The ends of the plate are occupied by purple slopes and the centre has a 2x2 light grey piece with multiple black cone shaped pieces on top. Fencing is present between the slopes and the cones. The inside features a light grey chest with sand green door and legs. The chest has a bar over it with a 1x1 tile with a key lock. Inside the chest there are three gold bars.
Minifigures[edit | edit source]
The set includes six minifigures.
The Black Knight wears a metallic helmet with red plume coming out of it. The front of his face has slanted light yellow eyes. His alternative expression shows him unmasked. He has fair skin, black rounded glasses, black eyes, white pupils and an upset mouth. The Black Knight wears a chest amour piece over his torso. He wears a white undershirt, black tie and grey jacket. The black knight's arms, hands and legs are all grey and unprinted.
Daphne Blake has long orange hair with lavender hairband. Daphne has fair skin, black eyes and white pupils. Daphne has two facial expressions one is happy while the other is startled. Daphne has a purple torso, that displays her lime scarf, lavender stripe and feminine features. Her back torso printing continues the stripe, while her arms are plain purple with fair-skinned hands. Daphne's legs show her purple skirt with lavender stripe, and she has bare legs and purple boots. Her leg printing continues onto the sides.
The Phantom wears a white glow shroud which drapes over his head down to his feet. The front side of his head is black while the other side shows him unmasked. The Phantom has light nougat skin, black eyes and white pupils. He has an angered facial expression and curled black moustache. The Phantom's legs, arms, hands and torso are all white and unprinted.
Shaggy Rogers has messy dirty blonde hair. He has fair skin, black eyes, white pupils and medium nougat goatee. He has a happy and upset expression. Shaggy wears a short-sleeved lime v-neck with wrinkles on both sides. He also wears dark red pants.
The Vampire has slicked back black hair and white glow skin. The Vampire has amber eyes, white pupils and a grinning mouth. Like the other monsters he has an unmasked side to his head. The unmasked side features fair skin, black eyes and a frowning closed mouth. He wears a cape that is red at the front and black at the back. He wears a white undershirt and a black bow-tie. There's several black creases on his torso also. His arms and legs are unprinted and medium stone grey while his hands are also unprinted but white.
Velma Dinkley has short brown hair. Velma has fair skin, black glasses with light blue lenses and nougat freckles. Like Daphne, Velma has a smiling and scared expression. Velma wears a long sleeved bright orange turtleneck, which shows her feminine curves, and the printing continues onto the back of her torso. Velma wears a red skirt, orange knee socks and red shoes. Her leg printing follows onto the side.
Other figures[edit | edit source]
Flytrap Lily is a brick-built character built upon a circular dark green plate, and is depicted as coming out of sloped brown soil. Two ivy strands come facing out from the soil, and the bottom of Lily is sloped and bright green. Lily has a posable bright green neck, a lime head, yellow teeth and red circular tongue. Her jaw can be opened and closed.
Scooby-Doo has light brown fur with several black spots. Scooby wears a medium azure collar with gold chain.
Box art[edit | edit source]
In the top left corner of the box is the Scooby-Doo logo with a lime background that turns into a ghost. Printed on the top right corner going downwards are the minifigures in circles with their names underneath. A cartoon version of Scooby and Shaggy are in the bottom right corner. In the middle of the box is a picture of the actual set. The background to the castle has a dark blue sky with large black trees. Amongst the sky there is a large white moon, with bats flying past it.
On the back of the box there are various pictures of the features of the set in circles over a lime background. The centre features a large alternative view of the set with a purple background. In the top left corner is the LEGO logo, and underneath the logo is the set number. In the bottom left corner is all the gang (including Fred Jones) running from every monster in the theme.
The top of the box in the left corner is yet agin the Scooby-Doo logo. On the right corner is Scooby-Doo in a border frame with the ratio 1:1 on the left of her head. To the left are the six minifigures with their names underneath.
Background[edit | edit source]
The gang; Daphne Blake, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers and Velma Dinkley (without Fred Jones in the set) stumbled across a mansion and they heard monsters were haunting it. The gang entered through the greenhouse and avoided the aggravated Flytrap Lily. When Velma tripped over the floorboard in the entrance, she saw a hidden key. The gang realised the key was for a safe in the house which was once/is owned by a wealthy Prospector. The gang chased after the monsters and eventually caught them and unmasked them. The crooks revealed they were attempting to find their hidden key and were "haunting" the mansion until they found it.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The set features various aspects based on Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
- The Black Knight comes from the first episode, "What a Night for a Night".
- The structure is mainly based off the third episode, "Hassle in the Castle". This is the episode the Phantom appears in.
- The hidden coffin, the kitchen and, the Vampire are adapted from the sixth episode, "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts". During this episode, Fred was separated from the rest of the gang for some time, which may explain his absence from the set.
- The colour scheme, Flytrap Lily and greenhouse come from from the 22nd episode, "Haunted House Hang-Up".
LEGO.com Description[edit | edit source]
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page) Dare to enter the Mystery Mansion and find the treasure before midnight!
Speed to the Mystery Mansion on the motorbike with Shaggy and Velma to help Daphne and Scooby-Doo find the stolen treasure! Creep quietly into the spooky building and watch out for the Ghost and Black Knight lurking in the corridors. Evade the man-eating plant in the conservatory and dodge the morning star pendulum trap. Quickly make a giant hamburger in the kitchen then look for clues. Locate the secret compartment containing the golden key, then open the safe containing the stolen gold bars. But hurry—you must find the hidden loot before the clock strikes midnight and the Vampire emerges from behind the spinning wall!Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapon and accessory elements: Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Vampire/Bob Oakley, Ghost/Bluestone the Great, Black Knight/Mr. Wickles, plus Scooby-Doo (standing version).
- Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapon and accessory elements: Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Vampire/Bob Oakley, Ghost/Bluestone the Great, Black Knight/Mr. Wickles, plus Scooby-Doo (standing version)
- Mystery Mansion features a clock tower with midnight spinning wall function, roof with vampire coffin, conservatory with broken windows, man-eating plant with ‘snapping mouth’ and 2 pumpkin heads, kitchen with cupboards, sink, pot and giant buildable hamburger, brick-built morning star pendulum trap, opening safe with 3 golden bar elements, hidden compartment with golden key, special brick with a mystery clue, pot, skull minifigure head, rat and bat elements
- Motorbike features a sidecar
- Weapon elements include the Ghost’s ball and chain, and Black Knight’s double axe
- Accessory elements include Scooby-Doo’s bone, Shaggy’s sausage, Shaggy’s backpack, Velma’s camera, the Vampire’s cape and bat, and the Ghost’s glow-in-the-dark cape
- Drive to the Mystery Mansion on the motorbike
- Keep away from the man-eating plant
- Dodge the swinging morning star
- Activate the clock tower’s spinning wall to reveal the Vampire
- Follow the clues to find the golden key and the stolen treasure
- Mystery Mansion measures over 14” (38cm) high, 12” (32cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep
- Motorbike measures over 1” (3cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide
- Man-eating plant measures over 2” (7cm) high, 1” (4cm) wide and 1” (5cm) deep
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