"First of all, I must say this is an excellent set. Some specifics: THE MINIFIGURES There are 3 minifigures in this set: Wrayth the chain master, Zane (Oddly in his Airjitzu variant), And ghost warrior Pyrrhus, plus two skreemers. While Pyrrhus gets a bit old once you have more than one set from this line, as they are all basically the same figures, albiet with three different hat styles, Wrayth is a nicely detailed figure, with his wonderfully creepy mummy head and tunic ripped to shreds by his many chains. On thing that would make it better, though, would be to include a longer whip for Wrayth to use whilst on the bike, like he had in the show. Zane with his hoverboard/jetpack is also very nice, although I would have preferred him in his Deepstone suit. This set also contains two Skreemers, one with a wrench for patching up the eponymous Chain Cycle, and the other with a serrated blade and an ice cream cone, because...reasons. I find it slightly ironic that one of the few sets with more than one Skreemer also contains the only protagonist that can't be possessed. THE SET There are two parts to this set, a small ghost shrine for the Ice Aeroblade, and Wrayth's chain cycle. The shrine is a nice touch, and the spinning tilted parts provide the illusion of a ghostly cyclone dragging the Aeroblade into the cursed realm. And now, we get to the bike. It is very large, and contains many translucent green parts that you probably won't find anywhere else, such as long chains and sawblades. In the way of armaments, the cycle has two stud blasters, and a bola catapult in the back. While the studs blasters are generally effective, the catapult is a bit hard to use. So, all in all, this was a very fun set, with only a few minor problems."