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Lion's Pride Museum . A museum playset made for staging heists in the Batman universe. The goal here was to have an attractive exterior with playable areas inside. . The museum front, the main door styled in the manner of a lion, specifically the old "Royal Knights" herald (this facade used to be on a castle building I made a while back, but I thought it and the color scheme would make for a nice small museum. Various banners hint at some current and future exhibits. Close-up of the lion door. Walls of the museum. The back of the museum features a dumpster and a loading bay for crates and exhibits. It features a nifty little sliding door. Walls of the museum. Walls of the museum. Part of the roof removed to reveal the main hall of the little museum. The gray room is for storage. The other door leads to the museum's manuscript collection. Straight down view with the roof removed. Top floor of the museum. On the left is the room displaying the many pirate treasures collected and put on exhibit, including a map mural on the floor tiles. The right is a security office. Bottom floor of the museum. On the left are the museum's library and the storage room. On the right is the Egyptian exhibit, featuring an Anubis statue, hieroglyphic walls, and a sarcophagus. Close up of some of the Egyptian exhibit. Close up of some of the Egyptian exhibit. Close up of the museum library, encased behind glass. Overhead view of the pirate treaure room and its floor. One of the many (ok, two) security guards. On the other hand, they are armed with shotguns. The security office. A security guard protects the pirate treasure room from criminals and any other museum visitors. However, Batman is also keeping vigil over the museum. And with good reason. Look who's hiding in the dumpster! It looks like the Penguin has a fool-proof plan for robbing the museum of all its bird-themed treasures (unfortunately, he doesn't realize there are no bird-themed treasures). Yet, he doesn't even get that far. So much for a fool-proof plan. But he's not alone. Who else is lurking there, intent on breaking in? Ah, of course, Catwoman. It makes sense, really since she is the only other villain besides the Penguin not locked up in Arkham Asylum. Catwoman climbs the museum facade. She breaks in looking for the blue catseye gem. And she escapes! Or does she?


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