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 Black Panther Pursuit
Black Panther Pursuit
Black Panther Pursuit
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
3 / 5
3 / 5
A Well Done Movie Scene Set
" After going to see Captain America: Civil War, I decided that it was worth buying a single set from the Lego line so I could commerate the movie. I settled on this set after debate between it and the Crossbone's Hazard Heist. I chose this set for the figures as the value of it as a movie scene, figuring it'd be a good model for display purposes.
When I finished building the set, I found that the reasons I bought the set were satisfied. There are some things I would have liked to have seen, but for the price of the model and the things you recieve, I would recommend this to parents wishing to give their children a good play set or collectors wishing to display the model.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
Perhaps the biggest con that I have with this set, as I do with many sets based off of movies, is that this is in fact recreating a very specific scene from the movie. Taking that into consideration, I find that the value of the set as an imaginative and story-creating set to be very limited. The included portions showcase exact vehicles from the movie, in a scene that, while action packed and fun, didn't seem to hold as much weight to the whole movie. Sets like the Airport Ultimate Battle have more story creating potential because the set includes more terrain and characters, and the battle wasn't shown fully, letting you imagine other characters fighting and letting the imagination roam wild. Here, the set is very black and white: Black Panthar chases Bucky, Cap tries to stop him, all three crash, scene over. While this may not be an issue for younger kids, those who enjoy imaginative play may find themselves a little stumped after a while and become dissatisfied with the overall value.
(Pros)
That being said, the model is very well done for the scene it was trying to recreate. The jet for Black Panther is very geometric and flows well from back to front. The use of hinges and different elements makes it feel much more high tech and specialized, rather than standard Lego City jets or planes. The stud shooters underneath don't add or detract from value personally, though some parents may find it to be an issue. The two smaller builds for Captain America and Bucky both are exactly what they are trying to be: a motorcycle for Bucky's getaway and a jeep that Captain America hijacks to chase after the two (I do wish they had included a normal Shield agent here so that Captain America could literally hijack the jeep). The shooting bolt feature of the car is well integrated, but the actual use seems a bit off. The bolt can't aim upwards at Black Panther without physically tilting the car back, and Cap wouldn't be shooting at Bucky. The minifgures here are good to get, all three playing major roles in the movie. Black Panther especially looks exceptional. The head addition, the lines, the coloration, all capture the figure perfectly and showcase the design of the character in movie. Captain America is good to get, and having a new hairpiece for him is also very good. Bucky is an important character and the metal arm printing is also very nice
Overall, this set did not impress me espcially, but it had enough value to where I was happy to display it on my shelf. I think the set has good play value for younger kids who care much less about storylines and instead just want to play. Collectors will enjoy displaying it for those to see. However, for kids between the years of play and collecting, this set doesn't seem to scream value to parents.
(Modifications)
There is only one slight modification I made, and it was to the minifigures. If you have any Ninjago sets, the half mask pieces look great when placed on Captain America and Bucky. A picture is included for reference.
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I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Build Time:
01 hrs
Build Time:
30 mins
Play Experience (Optional)
3 / 5
3 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
Easy
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
+17points
25of 33found this review helpful.
 
 Titan Mech Battle
Titan Mech Battle
Titan Mech Battle
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
A Perfect Set For Your Ninjago Battles
" As a teenager soon going to college, I myself have to be very frugal when choosing which sets that I will buy. As a fan of Ninjago, I originally was not interested in the 'Ghost' theme, for reasons that I personally didn't know myself. After a few months of watching the show, I decided I'd buy at least 1 set to have a set from each season of the show. I decided on the Titan Mech Battle for two reasons: I wanted the Zane Titan Mech, and I was interested in the minifigures.
While I normally do not give products 5 stars, this is one model that I have an will. The model not only has a massive amount of play features and interesting designs, but also, unlike many sets, gives a very balanced feel to both sides and has a large amount of things to play with. I recommend this to parents as a birthday gift or a gift in general, as not only will it satisfy your child, but it will make them very happy to have gotten it. To collectors of Ninjago, this set is both amazing for play and display, offering various ways to pose the set and create your own scenarios and stories.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
Though I adore this set, there are a few cons I have to acknowledge. The first being that both mechs do not have knees, limiting posability. The Titan Mech does not have as great an issue, as the feet are very large, stable and flexible. The Ghost Mech does have much more of an issue with this, however. Since the mech is much larger and weighs more, the feet are held into place using a brown slope piece and a car hood piece on the bottom of each 'leg' portion. This guarentees the model won't fall over, but it also means the feet cannot move back and forth, nor can they rotate left and right very much. The only solution I found was to remove the brown slope piece and be careful when moving the foot forward so it did not collapse. The only other con I had with the model was that, even though it is a balanced fight, the four arms of the Ghost Mech seem to dwarf the power of the Titan Mech with only two arms and much smaller blades. Those who watch the show know that Zane is a very skilled pilot, but the set does seem to have a lean towards the Ghost Mech. While an uphill battle is ideal, I feel the Titan Mech needed either larger blades or a few more surprises to deal out.
(Pros)
Despite those flaws, the model itself has numerous pros. Firstly, the figures here are superb. Here, you get a Skreemer, Bansha and Ghoultar, which is much more than they needed to include for the model. All three have exceptional printing and showcase major and memorable characters from the show. The Ninja also get three major characters: Zane, Jay and Nya. Zane's printing looks phenomenal, the white and black contrasting perfectly and giving a very dangerous feel to his character. Nya's Samurai X outfit is also updated and cheaper to get (rather than the DBX for $100). Jay was not necessary but to get him is another bonus. Having 5 minifgures and a Skreemer in a $60 set is much better than some of the other $60 sets that have been released for Marvel and other themes. The two emplacements also add a lot to the battle, giving a bit of setting and both having good play value. Having the harpoon allows you to give Zane the advantage he needs to win the battle, and the small portion of the cave gives a good place for Jay and Ghoultar to duke it out while Nya helps Zane. The two mechs are both stunning in their design and color schemes. Zane's Titan Mech looks very aggressive and almost lithe with the backwards blades and smaller design. The head of the mech also is something I haven't seen done before, and the design of the legs is also very unique. Though the cockpit is a bit open, I feel it fits Zane and his armor pieces well enough to feel like he is actually controlling the thing. The Ghost Mech is also very unique but also takes a large part of it's design from the actual Samurai Mech of 2012 (I included a picture for comparison purposes). The mech feels very menacing and evil, making good use of the original design but still making it different enough to be its own. The spikes and dark colors lend themselves to the ghostly theme and highlight some of the best aspects of the Samurai X Mech. Not only is it very large, but it has enough mass that it feels it could take punishment, something that some smaller mechs don't seem to be able to do. Combined with all the smaller things, the entire set feels like a complete playset, something that often times is missing from Lego sets.
To reiterate, I adore this set and can find very little that is wrong with it. I enjoy having getting so many minifigures and think that the model has enough play features to keep kids coming back and devising new scenarios. This set gives just the right amount to set the scene, play the scene, and imagine new ways to put them into different areas and stories. I would recommend this to both parents and children alike, both for a display model or a play model.
(Modifications)
I made no major modifications on the model itself. I included a picture of the set in its entirety to shwo the full extent of play.
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I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Build Time:
03 hrs
Play Experience (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
5 / 5
5 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Average
Average
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
+11points
14of 17found this review helpful.
 
 Beast Master’s Chaos Chariot
Beast Master’s Chaos Chariot
Beast Master’s Chaos Chariot
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
A Worthwhile Buy For Your Collection
" This was a set that I bought entirely on impulse, and I can say I am more than satisfied with the model. I collect sets from all themes, yet I am heading to college soon and thus have been much more frugal with which sets I buy. I was at the store and saw this model, and, entirely on impulse, decided it was a set that was worth buying. I was not only not disappointed, but very excited when I finished the build of the set.
I personally find very little to complain with this model and recommend this to both parents and buyers for oneself. The model is both unique and has a very interesting build that will entertain kids. If you are a parent, this set is one of the first Nexo Knights sets I would buy for your child. Whether your child likes the theme or not, it will provide them with a very well executed and fun set to play with.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
There are very few cons that I have with the model itself. The first and foremost of them is that the catapult feature, while fun to play with, does scatter your 'globblins' far across the play area and are very easy to slide under tables, beds or cracks. I recommend taking a square or round 2x2 brick instead, which is much easier to spot and fits in better with the 'catapult' set up. The only other con that I found was with the minifgure Macy. The ponytail piece that you attach into the helment is very easy to fall out and won't stay put if the figure is jolted around. I took a small dab of super glue to hold it into place, but I do recognize some kids may want to use it on other models.
(Pros)
The pros of this set, however, are numerous. Firstly, the chariot build is much larger than I expected it to be. Many Lego models are much smaller than expected, but the chariot is as long as the box and the front is almost as wide. The chariot also has a very interesting design, appearing to be half rock, half machine. The pilot position for Beast Master is perfect and he can fit with his two chained 'globblins' still in his hands. The catapult flows with the color scheme and doesn't take anything away from the model. The two massive 'globblins' that are pulling the chariot are done very well, showcasing their personality and having the nice feature of rotating the light gray knob to make them 'chomp' up and down. The two 'globblins' can also be detached and, if you have spare axles around, can be used as monsters by themselves. I personally adore the Mecha-Horse that Macy uses. It feels like a very mobile and fast moving creature, which is important since the two would be chasing each other. The build also uses the dirt bike piece exceptionally and allows the figure to store their weapons (which is a major issue with many Ninjago and Star Wars sets) and hold onto the handlebars. The figures here are also very exceptional, Beast Master feeling like some kind of nasty barbarian and Macy a very determined tomboy knight. The prints for both are very detailed and spectacular, especially the printing that Macy is given all throughout the torso. While I would've liked to see a few scurriers, I do very much appreciate getting 6 'globblins' in two different colors, and all with randomized facial expressions.
I personally love this set and I find very little to complain nor gripe about. The model is a very good edition to your collection and the figures will be the highlight. The two builds both feel mobile and fast, giving the 'high speed chase' feel while also including another book of evil. I would recommend this set to both parents and self buyers looking for a model to have a fun time chasing the other around with.
(Modifications)
I made no modifications on the set. The only recommendation I have is to take the small 'globblins' and place them on studs on the chariot's cockpit instead of using them as a catapult.
"
I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Build Time:
02 hrs
Build Time:
05 mins
Play Experience (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Average
Average
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
0points
4of 8found this review helpful.
 
 Merlok's Library 2.0
Merlok's Library 2.0
Merlok's Library 2.0
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
3 / 5
3 / 5
A Flawed But Worthwhile Set
" As an older Lego fan, I like to pose all models from all different themes into one giant battle. Upon seeing that I had no real 'base' for my 'good' side, I looked online and saw this model. Though small, I thought it would be a start and I admired the colors and design of the model. However, once the model was in my hands, I found that it had some very obvious flaws and quirks that couldn't be overlooked.
While the model has many issues, I still find enough good in the model to recommend it to parents. I would buy this set if your child (or yourself) has bought many other Nexo Knight sets and wishes to get more. This would not be a 'first buy' for my personally, however I still would not reject the model entirely. Overall, it is a good buy, but be prepared for some quirks.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
While many people have pointed out this 'library' holds only one book, I do not see that as a con. If the set is viewed as a 'library' it is very disappointing. However, I instead choose to view the set as an 'outpost' or a fortification. When viewed in that light, I found there were many cons, but the design of the model did seem to make more sense. The first con I have is that the model is very small. Many 25 dollar sets usually have bulk or include many smaller portions to make for a large battle. The 'library' is very thin and the walls are a little too small for my taste. The main build of the tower also has limited space to pose figures on the second and third levels (the third level has no studs at all so figures will just have to balance). The model also seems to be missing something, something important. Maybe including another figure or making the walls larger, but something about it feels very spindly and small. I can't quite say what it is, however I do feel there was something that I was missing.
(Pros)
The major pros of the set are the action or 'play' features that save the model from being a total disaster. The top 'banner' can be shot with your small flier and will cause the laser bars to pop out, leaving the book wide open. The action works well and doesn't require too much hassle, which is something that sometimes makes play features a bit difficult to manage. The disc shooter built into the first level is also done very well. It is at the perfect height to hit both figures and vehicles, and doesn't require a hassle to get it to function. The inclusion of stud shooters on the walls also make the place feel like you can defend it, though I recommend not placing the studs inside them, lest they go everywhere and under furniture. The minifgures are also superb, Ava being a very relatable character in show and executed well here (though I do wish she had a frowning alternate face). Lance has a very well built jet pack and lance build, giving the aerial battle you need to combat the Crust Smasher. The design of the flier is small but effective, getting a decent animal design into it and having enough space for your Crust Smasher to hold onto his weapon when flying. The shooter also, as mentioned earlier, works well and is easy to operate.
Overall, this is not my favorite set from Nexo Knights, but I think the play features save the set from being worth a pass. when viewed more as an 'outpost', the design seems to make sense. I do not have the Fortrex, but I am viewing this set as a separate entity. With that in mind, to parents I'd say it is a good set for your child, however this would not be the first set that I would buy from this theme.
(Modifications)
There was one modification that I made to the model, and I personally found it to be very helpful. As shown in the picture, I pulled the orange 'display' back and inserted gray versions of that piece into the empty space, 4 in total. This allows you to store up to 4 evil books, which is very useful if you buy any other Nexo Knights sets.
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I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Purchased For: Self
Build Time:
01 hrs
Build Time:
05 mins
Play Experience (Optional)
3 / 5
3 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
Easy
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
+22points
26of 30found this review helpful.
 
 The King's Mech
The King's Mech
The King's Mech
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
A Decent Nexo Knights Collection Addition
" King Halbert's Mech was a set I had personally wanted since the first day that I saw it. I was not originally goign to buy into Nexo Knights, yet despite that this set was one I had wanted from the beginning regardless of the theme. As 90% of all Lego mechs come from Ninjago, I wanted to see what they would do with a mech from a different theme. I felt it looked very promising and a good buy.
Upon buying this set, I was not disappointed. The mech is unique in certain asepcts and does not look too similar to any mechs Ninjago has yet released. However, there are many quirks to this set I will cover in the cons section. Overall, I'd say the set is a very good buy and, if you are a parent, it is a good set for your kids to play with.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
I will begin with some of the cons of the model. When I began to move and pose the mech, I found that there was a substantial weight to the left arm, or 'shield' arm. The detachable shield element is very heavy and causes the model to lean towards the left without careful balancing and arrangement. I personally doesn't mind, but for those who like to fling it around and then set it back up, they will find that the legs will slide apart and it was fall to the left. Speaking of the legs, they are also an issue with the model. The legs are unique and have a good build to them, but seem to slide apart when placed on a smooth surface. The legs have one friction adder joint each, yet they are not enough to hold the model up on it's own. The feet also have limited mobility and cannot move forward or back, only rotate to the left or right. This makes trying to walk the mech awkward, usually resulting in the legs spreading out. The box shows the shield portion detaching and becoming a flier, but that leaves a spindly left arm with very limited posing for the two cannons. There also are some odd gaps in the model, specifically around the knees, shoulders and elbows.
(Pros)
There are, however, many things this model does very well. The shield detaching as a flier is a very cool action that allows you to expand your playing field and give some support to your king. The 'sword' arm is also very well done, with a nice and hefty sword that feels like it would do some very decent damage to the battlefield. Having a place to store the weapons of your figures is always a bonus, and this model has places for both shields and swords. The use of the Hero Factory head mould is clever and makes the mech feel much more human. The two flap pieces on the back are awkward when down, but when they are turned upwards, it makes the mech feel like a bird about to pounce down on its prey. The size of the mech is also done well, standing large enough to feel massive but also bulky enough to feel like a warrior. The figures are also very well done, getting King Halbert with a very beautiful golden armor printing and one of the kingdom's bots that is both cute and unique at the same time. The flamethrower is a good figure as well, and I do like his little emplacement that he has. I recommend to parents not loading the actual stud shooters and having your child use it for imaginary play; they go everywhere and will be hard to pick up. Without them, the setup is still very good and feels like a small model on it's own.
Overall, I was satisfied and delighted with the mech. It definitely has some quirks that prevent it from being a full 5 star model, but I think it has enough positives that the negatives are negated. I recommend this set and would say that if your child (or yourself) want to have something they can physically pick up and move around, this set is a very good fit for them.
(Modifications)
There was only one very tiny modification that I did to this set. As shown in the picture, I took off the black piece with the odd 'wind up' handle and placed two gray half pins into the two slots. This allows you to hook the sword up to the back and still lets you place your knight weapons on the mech itself.
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I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Purchased For: Self
Build Time:
01 hrs
Build Time:
15 mins
Play Experience (Optional)
3 / 5
3 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
Easy
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
+14points
18of 22found this review helpful.
 
 Jestro’s Evil Mobile
Jestro’s Evil Mobile
Jestro’s Evil Mobile
 
Posted:June 22, 2016
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Age: 14-18 years old
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Overall: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
A Creative, Fun and Very Unique Buy
" As a teenager soon entering college, I selected Nexo Knights as the last full theme that I'd buy into. I have to save money for dorm supplies, so I saw this set on sale at Walmart and got it for 25% off. I was originally going to buy the Rumble Blade, but after seeing the price and size difference, I decided this set was the better buy.
To begin, I will say that I definitely recommend this set to anyone looking for a display or play model with creative design and good play features. To the parents reading this, I will say this set is a good gift for a birthday or special occasion set and is definitely worth the money.
As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model.
(Cons)
As with most speeches, I'll begin with the cons. The first and most obvious con of the set is that there are only three minifigures to this sixty dollar set. Personally, I would've enjoyed a few scurriers or blobblins, or at the least a Crust Smasher so you can have some point defense. However, taking any extra figure you have from another set and placing it on the mobile is a quick fix to that. The monster build, Sparkks, is a little smaller than I had personally imagined. Given the box art, I assumed he was going to be at lesat 8 inches tall, but here he only comes out to 6. The build of him is very impressive, using the new pieces first introduced in Chima to great effect. The only remaining con that I had with the build of the set was the lack of deck space on the second level of the build. The ladder looks very daunting, but without any space to place figures, it limits your ability to hold figures on it (this is a modification that I made later on in the review).
(Pros)
The pros of the sit, conversely, are numerous. The mecha-horse build for Lance is very well done and executed. The build isn't too challenging, but it pulls in a very unique use of the dirt bike element, includes places to store Lance's weapons, and the minifigure can grip the handle bars, an issue with other models. Speaking of minifigures, they are the highlights of this set. Jestro is executed perfectly, making great use of the Crocodile tribe cape and having an excellent face printing. To have the book of monsters is also very great, and the printing on the cover is perfect, giving the personality of the tome almost beautifully. Lance is a very well detailed and printed figure, though if you are looking for him, his Mecha-Steed set is much cheaper and gives you the same figure. The build of the mobile is great, showcasing some of Lego's best pieces and techniques. As many other reivews have pointed out, the moving jaw and blade function is exceptional, giving the thing life and making it seem much less lifeless. The front design looks evil and very nasty, and the use of the Ben 10 pieces for the Jester hat part of the face was very clever. I also admire the level of detail that went into making the entire thing half black and half red, to the point of including red pins for one side and black pins for the other. placing catapults on the side adds in some play features and are limited enough so they won't fling too far (if you are a parent who hates, as I do, cleaning up after playing with sets). The throne section for Jestro is also executed well, and the function of having it lower down to 'hide' him is perfect, fitting well both into play and the personality of the whole thing. The monster can, of course, be attached to the front to pull the thing, but I recommend, if you have the money to spare, buying Infernox Captures the Queen and hitching him up instead. Overall, I was both satisfied, impressed and excited by the build, which itself was rather enjoyable.
So, to reiterate, I personally recommend this set to anyone with the money and interest in Nexo Knights. The minifigures are great, the builds are immpressive, and the thing just seems to scream 'roll me around and DESTROY THE KNIGHTS!' Overall, I think this set showcases some of Lego's best decisions and best additions to their lineup.
(Modifications)
There were two minor modifications that I made to the model after purchase, both of which are very minor and require few parts to do so. The first modifications is featured in the first picture added to this review: the jail cell. Taking a small jail cell door and a handful of red and black bricks, I built up a small wall to make the back feel much more like a prision area. Placing it four studs back from the back leaves enough room for the blades to still spin and enough space for the figure to sand or sit. I also added a few bone pieces from my own collection, just to add to the scene.
The second modification I made was to take two 2x6 gray plates and place them on the sides of the second level, as shown in the other picture. This gives enough space for you to set some figures and still have that 'trap door' type function. "
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I would recommend this to a friend!
From:  United States
Age: 14-18 years old
Gender:  Male
Customer Type:  LEGO Fan
Building Experience:  Intermediate LEGO builder
Purchased For: Self
Build Time:
02 hrs
Build Time:
35 mins
Play Experience (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Value for Money (Optional)
4 / 5
4 / 5
Level of Difficulty:
Average
Average
Very Easy
Very Challenging
I would recommend this to a friend!
+22points
26of 30found this review helpful.