"Finally! We get a witch hut! And Lego didn't disappoint. With 502 pieces this set has the most exclusive parts of any Lego Minecraft set, I think even more than the Mountain Cave or the Ocean Monument. Can't wait for that one! People say this set is small, but not only does it have the most exclusive parts, it also really isn't small. I think it has a good bit of play area around the witch hut. Plus, the slimes look a lot better in person than they do in pictures. Here are the pros and cons: Pros: Witch looks awesome Slimes look better in person Fairly large set Tons of new pieces Potions + Brewing Stand! Boat rocks side to side Cool dark colors
Cons: Things can't be placed in many different places Lily pads can be frustrating Potion of Strength or Healing?
Some people may consider it to be small and uneventful, but I consider it to be one of the coolest sets. There's just so much new stuff introduced in it. Plus, there's a brewing stand for all you potion fanatics out there (including me). All in all, a very good set despite what people might say!"
"We finally get the jungle biome! And it's a massive set, too. It actually only has one exclusive mold, and that's the ocelot head. However, 702 pieces for $70.00 is still a pretty good price. This set connects well with the Desert Outpost since there's a sand area. Now, to the pros and cons:
Pros: Trapdoor works nicely Explosion function "blows up" stairs and not just ground like in other sets Ocelot looks good Waterfall function slides smoothly and looks pretty nice You can take of the roof and put it on the sheep pen The greenery mixed with the water and lava makes this a very eye-appealing set
Cons: Explosion function doesn't throw bricks as far as in other sets with it Ocelots legs turn when turning it on a brick Rebuild isn't very good
This set is probably the best one of the 2015 wave, and for good reason. It has tons of play ability, looks very nice, and isn't overpriced. Pick this up when you can!"
"This set is... awesome! Not only does it have magma cubes, but Lego also updated the track for minecarts! And, considering that this set has almost 400 pieces and exclusive pieces too, Lego was very generous at pricing it at just $30.00. This wave of sets, despite what Lego said, were released on February 17th instead of in March. Here's a list of the pros and cons:
Pros Magma cube extend for jumping function Easy to build Rails look very nice Small magma cube function works nicely Connects well with the Nether Fortress and the Wither
Cons A little small for 387 pieces Yet another set with a diamond pickaxe Large magma cube doesn't have connectors on the bottom
All in all, this is a great first set for the Nether or for a first set in general. I highly recommend it to early builders, but it's so cool that anyone can have fun with it!"
"When I saw this set, I was like "The Wither?!" And the set is awesome! The price per piece is good, as it has over 300 pieces and is only $20.00. Steve looks good, and has iron armor on. It's pretty easy to build, so this is good for people have just started building Lego Minecraft.
Pros: -Wither looks good -Wither Skeletons -TNT -Launching cannon -Falling fortress -Nether Wart -Wither has moving heads -Lots of lava -Connects well with Nether Fortress set Cons: -Fortress keeps falling over -Wither has to go around with lava to stand up
All in all, this is a great set for fans of Lego, Minecraft, and Lego Minecraft!"