Of course ... I wouldn't mind seeing ANY castle re-released as a Legend.
Be careful what you wish for. I can just see it now... "new legend - spectacular - dynamic! - King Leo's Castle!!!"
Ok, now to my King's Castle review:
This was my first LEGO castle and it remains my favorite LEGO set of all time. My happiest LEGO moment was finding this hidden under my bed one Christmas morning and quietly building it for a few hours while everyone was still sleeping.
The set itself has wonderful features. I really like the brick stairs, hitching post columns with clips for swords, polychrome black and grey at the back of the gate, the jail, the round 1x1 bricks on the towers, the criss crossing lances and two shields on the front, the printed pattern wall pieces, the brick portcullis, the drawbridge, and the opening design to make a long castle.
The figures were also wonderful. Sure the gold printing rubbed off easily in the 1984 guys, and I or my brothers broke the saddle clips, some helmets, and weapons. But this set was played with a lot. Numerous wonderful sub models came with it. The quantity of wall panels, grey bricks and plates, and inverted black slopes allowed me to make a multitude of my own castles.
Modularity was also great. I really enjoyed recieving future sets in the coming years like Armor Shop and Battering Ram and connecting these to make a larger castle. All of the other castle sets I had went so well with King's Castle. The falcons would attack with Catapult. Vikings rowed their boats in the moat, knights had jousts, forestmen snuck in. It was wonderful
I guess King's Castle is only part of the equation, you really need other sets to go with it. But this set is the jewel in the crown of early LEGOLAND Castle. Sets like it would be wonderful today and a 6080 Legend would allow kids to enjoy this castle as much as I did.