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It is killing me to wait until I get back home. This is the nicest case I have found to date.
Speaking of that, after this year, there will have been over 300 discrete (i.e. not counting variants with or without neck accessories or other extremely minor distinctions) Ninjago minifigures! Granted, I am counting some types of figs that probably wouldn't be counted in the character encyclopedias, namely the Skeleton Dummies, Samurai X's various droids, and generic skeletons like the one in City of Stiix, but it's still an incredible number.
I tried to find it with the walmart app the night I purchased it, but this number and a scan of the upc was not found. Hopefully you will have better luck.
That's a pretty sweet deal imo
That said Ninjago City and Destinys Bounty are two sets I want. I'll be picking up Destinys Bounty soonish. Probably early this week if I can find some time to go into a store I know has it and I will wait a bit for Ningago City and if I can't see it on store shelves I'll buy it online from Lego.
They both look amazing and look to be fun to build.
The start of my Asian part of my Lego City.
Just finished Ninjago City. It took a couple weeks, but my son and I got it all put together. It looks great, with lots of little details. Ninjago City is the first big modular I've ever put together, and I might be hooked. My only qualm about Ninjago City is that the sides of the set that aren't forward facing have some walls that don't look too good (i.e. a lot of different color bricks make up the 'wall'). What I'd like to do is to make something like one of those massive movie posters that hangs off of buildings, but put them on those sides to cover up the mismatched brick.
Otherwise, the set is great. My son loves the moveable crab cooking grill, the food conveyor belt, and the atm. An eventual change I'd like to make to the Ninjago city is I want to add some lighting to it, because it is a shame that so many awesome details are hidden away in the darkened rooms.
I can't justify spending $300 on it.
If it's still avaliable when I get back in April I'll give it a look.
Do you think 13 Brickheadz would fit in the case?
These cases would be great for all of the cmf series. I wish the stores in my area carried them :-(
Time to send my hubby on a LEGO mission. Maybe he will find the great price that you found.....
Thanks for your help.
@kwkw, I've just looked all through the [email protected] site and can't find this display set (though I did work out that their search function doesn't work at all--odd, since it used to). Pity, as it does look useful. Not $35 worth of useful, perhaps...but I would have liked to see the description and better pictures. Where was it hiding when you saw it?
It was, at least, a very enjoyable half-hour scrummaging through some of the odd corners of the site I haven't visited in a while!