"A very fun way to get a lot of great figures, including all of the main ninja in a variety of different outfits. This series has a wide selection of characters from Misako to shark warriors to other fun ones like Garmadon in his pajamas. Each one is worth getting and all come with unique accessories. I would totally recommend!"
"It's a great set, but you're definitely buying this for the minifigs. The vehicle is fine, it definitely looks good with the colors and all, even though it's non-canonical. The new 4-LOM is fantastic, and so is Bossk's new print. My only complaints are that I wish we got Zuckuss instead of Dengar because Zuckuss has yet to be made into a minifigure. I'm still not too fond of the stud shooters, but they are fun for kids. Also IG-88's head is too big, either they need to make a special mold for him or just use the cylinder piece at the top with just a stud over it. But these things shouldn't stop you from buying the set, because just the fact that we are getting all these minifigs for a great price is awesome!"
"This is a good set! It's definitely a play set though rather than a display one. That can be seen as a good thing or a bad thing depending on who you talk to. In my opinion, I'm fine with it being more for play since the scene in the movie was very action packed with a lot of things they could make into play features, which they did.
The features include the blast shields and catapult function which launches Obi-Wan out of the pit. The pit of course doesn't launch him perfectly, but it's still fun. And the laser shields open forwards which can make it a little cramped, but it's a small complaint which doesn't matter too much.
I love that we get all 3 minifigs from the scene for a cheap price! Which is another reason I approve of it being a play set rather than a display one, if they made a big model out of it, it would have been way more expensive and then we couldn't get the figs for a cheaper price. The double sided faces only add to the set, I love Qui-Gon's. Maul's smile is ok, he smiles in like only one of the scenes, I wish he had a serious expression like the older figs of him. I wish Lego would stop giving Obi-Wan orange hair though, I can understand giving him that hair for episode 2 and 3, since it matches better, but in episode 1 his hair was definitely just brown.
"This set has a lot for $29.99. 4 great figures and accessories (especially Han's new hair piece), the skiff itself, and an OK Sarlacc.
I think the Sarlacc shouldn't have been that burnt orange color rather than the light brown/dark tan color they went with before. And I don't like that they based it off of the special edition version of the Sarlacc, with the beak and all. It should have been more of a pit, and they could have given us a play feature with that than the chomping beak.
I would have liked to see this with an extra minifig (maybe Luke or a Gamorrean guard) even if that means they bump the price to $34.99 or $39.99. But the minifigs they do include are awesome, Han with his new hair, the new Skiff guard, and Boba, with his new grey body (a more accurate color in my opinion). Chewy we've seen before, and is still a good fig.
The Skiff itself is the best they've given us to date. The colors and shaping is good, even though the front is more stubby compared to the last. I like the railings and the printed control piece. And we get an extending plank! What I mean by this is that it actually extends forward, rather than swing from the side on a hinge like the last model.
Pros: Skiff design Minifig selection Minifig accessories Price & value
Cons: Sarlacc design isn't very accurate Would have liked an extra fig
I know the price would be higher if they fixed these cons, which is fair since this is already a good value. These complaints are pretty minor, this set is still a great choice!"
"I love that Lego released more elemental masters, it really shows they care for their fans and the theme in general. I like the accessories, but I'm just not sure what Ash's are supposed to be. I think Skylor's hair is too red, It should be the same color as her hood and sleeves but I can understand that it might look weird or Lego just wanted variety in the colors. The bow and sushi are awesome, and I like Ash's hood (I hope Lego uses that mold for the main ninja sometime soon). I'm not so sure about Shade's weapons, he's the master of shadows so I think he should have had more stealthy weapons, their just to bulky especially with the shield. But, accessories aside, the minifigs them selves have such great detail, and I'm just glad we're getting them in general. Hopefully we get more elemental masters soon!"
"This set is AWESOME especially since it's only $80! I would have expected it to be at least $90. Let's start with the minifigs. Kai and Nya are both great, they have new faces and they also come with their hairpieces. Their faces aren't very show accurate though, especially Kai. His smile just looks a bit weird, I like his older expression. Nya should have red lips like in the show, but whatevs at least it's not that generic city face they've been giving us. Ray and Maya are so detailed and show accurate, and they really do look related to Kai and Nya. Raggmunk and Slackjaw are awesome, their accessories and printing showing snakes bursting through their armor looks so good. Also I like the name Slackjaw, it reminds me of Frakjaw from 2011. All minifigs have double sided heads. And they include a ton of extra weapons for the minifigs.
The Buffmillion mech is nice, I would have liked one brick built snake head attached rather than 4 small heads, but who knows, maybe it has 4 heads in the show.
Now the dragon is one of the best dragons ever made, I think this second multi-headed dragon we've gotten since Lloyd's Ultra Dragon. I love the transparent pieces on it, and toward the back the colors swirl around each other making it really look like 2 dragons were fused together. it has a crossbow on it too which is nice for play.
The blacksmith shop is the second one we got too, the first being Kai's Blacksmith Shop in 2011. It does not disappoint. It is fully enclosed all the way around, and opens from the front. I like the circular windows and the roof. The interior is packed with detail, I love the kitchen and blacksmith elements, like the anvils and all the tools. The chimney has some nice stickers and acts as a perch for the dragon. The dragon is perched by the belly, so it doesn't look that nice from the back with its legs just hanging off. There are some nice small details too, like the inclusion of sushi and a small tile piece with a trading card sticker on it (an homage to the old spinner game from 2011 and 2012).
Pros: Price per part ratio minifigs Double-headed dragon Realism of the Blacksmith shop and all the details on it Accessories/weapons
Cons: Buffmillion mech is a bit weak Dragon should be perched on his feet not belly (These are very minor complaints though)
"This set is a great army builder for fans of Ninjago, as it comes with 3 minifigs, rather than the usual 2 in most $10 sets. An interesting play feature that isn't mentioned in Lego's description is that the set is able to connect to the other tree stump in the "Dawn of Iron Doom" set. It reminds me of Lego's older days when features like this were more common; it's a nice touch. I also like the inclusion of the classic Lego snakes, it also reminds me of older Lego. One thing to note though is rather than Kai having armor and a hood, he's given a bandana and his hair piece. They could've left out one of the Vermillion and given Kai his normal suit, but some might not mind, it's all just personal preference and either way the value is still there.
Pros: Price 3 minifigs Play features
Cons: Kai's lack of armor and hood (like I said, some may like to give up these things and rather have the extra Vermillion, so it's debatable)
"This set is great for value because you get 3 minifigs and 3 good vehicles. The minifigs are a good choice although I would have liked to see Ronin in this set 'cause he was in this scene in the show. Even if they bumped the price to $25 bucks I still would have thought it is a good deal if it had Ronin. Also I actually like that they included the older Nya 'cause the only other set you could get her in with this outfit was Destiny's Bounty, which was $120. The vehicles have good play value, the minifigs are great (but I wish Kai had his armor), and there are some great unique and new pieces. Overall a good new set."
"It's nice to get a cheaper dragon for once, and I think Lego did good on this one. They pulled off the overall look of the dragon fairly well, I just wish there were claws on his wings kind of like the 2011 dragons. I also don't like that Cole doesn't have his ghost head, wish he did. It seems like they just put it in the $50 set so you would spend more money. I also wish he had his armor, but after all, it's only a $10 set. Speaking of the price, it's good Lego made a cheap dragon, some kids can't afford more expensive dragons. Noticed I said "wish" a lot? PUNS INTENDED! :P"
"I just wanna say right off the bat, many of reviewers are saying they don't like that there are gaps in the cockpit. But I think it's MEANT to be like that because 1.It gives it a more pirate feel because its like the pirates built it themselves with scraps. 2.Lego doesn't just leave gaps for no reason, because obviously they could've fully closed it if they wanted to, it's just supposed to go with the overall look. Now, the only REAL complaint I have is that Lloyd doesn't have an armor piece, and his weapon kind of sucks. Other than that, this set is great."