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Help identifying Ninjago set with bag

JacquelineBRJacquelineBR SwitzerlandMember Posts: 7
I bought a box of used Lego and this bag was inside. It was sealed so no missing pieces. Even with a number on the bag I cannot find the instructions for my children to build this set.
Many thanks for reading this. 
Jacqueline

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  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 5,477
    It belongs to a Legends of Chima book:

    https://brickset.com/sets/11904-1/Brickmaster-Legends-of-Chima-The-Quest-for-Chi-parts

    so the instructions are in the book, not the usual sort. Perhaps a used copy on amazon or somewhere would be an inexpensive way to source them.
    drdavewatfordbandit778stluxJacquelineBR
  • JacquelineBRJacquelineBR SwitzerlandMember Posts: 7
    Thank you, Bumblepants. I'll need to find a PDF copy of the book then.
    If anyone knows where I might find a PDF version of the book, I'd appreciate help with that.
    Many thanks,
    Jacqueline 
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,204
    I doubt you'll find a pdf version of the book, as they are not made freely available like regular instructions.

    However, people often "review" them on youtube (show you the pages) ...


    You might be able to use something like this if they want to build the models.
    JacquelineBR
  • JacquelineBRJacquelineBR SwitzerlandMember Posts: 7
    Thank you!!!
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