The range assignments, shown as subheadings, are designed to group together related patterns for parts with many patterned versions. The rigour with which these have been applied has increased as more patterned parts have been authored. Code asignment in the early days of LDraw was more haphazard. For backward compatibility, older patterned parts with codes that do not match the current usage have not been re-numbered.
30 - 3z : Pirates, Soldiers, Islanders
40 - 4z : Castle
60 - 6z : Space
80 - 8z : Modern Town
a0 - az : Action (Adventurers, Aquazone, Alpha Team, Rock Raiders)
b0 - bz : Superheroes (including Batman)
c0 - cz : Control panels, dials, gauges, keyboards, readouts, etc.
d0 - dz : Studios
h0 - hz : Harry Potter
m0 - mz : Middle Earth (Lord of the Rings), Elves
q0 - qz : Pharaoh's Quest
s0 - sz : Star Wars
w0 - wz : Western or extended textual patterns
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