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[REVIEW] 71755 Temple of the Endless Sea

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Set Name: Temple of the Endless Sea

Set Number: 71755

Number of Pieces: 1060

Theme: Ninjago

Year Release: 06/2021

Prices: £89.99 / $99.99 / €99.99 (Euro prices may vary)

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Ninja fans can re-enact underwater adventures from the LEGO® NINJAGO®: Seabound TV series with the Temple of the Endless Sea (71755). This detailed premium ninja playset includes a laboratory, a prison, a submarine, a manta ray and the sea serpent Wojira in chains.

A playset guaranteed to wow kids
The set also features 7 minifigures: Scuba Kai, NRG Nya, Glutinous, Prince Kalmaar, Prince Benthomaar and 2 Maaray Guards for kids to act out amazing clashes as they fight to gain control of the all-important wave and storm amulets that are also included in the set.

Great gifts to inspire enriching group play
LEGO NINJAGO buildable sets immediately transport kids to an all-consuming world of fantasy action. Here they can join forces with their favorite ninja heroes to battle the forces of evil by playing with a brilliant collection of ninja toys, including jets, cars and mechs.

  • Temple of the Endless Sea (71755) ninja playset features a brilliantly detailed underwater lair packed with cool features for kids to recreate action from the NINJAGO®: Seabound TV series.
  • Includes 7 minifigures: Scuba Kai, NRG Nya, Glutinous, Prince Kalmaar, Prince Benthomaar and 2 Maaray Guards to give kids all they need to stage death-defying battles under the sea.
  • The temple toy features a laboratory, prison, submarine, manta ray, the sea serpent Wojira in chains, plus 2 amulets with a display unit.
  • This 1,060-piece playset makes a great birthday or holiday gift for kids aged 9 and up who love fun building tasks and pretending to be ninjas.
  • Temple of the Endless Sea measures over 10 in. (26 cm) high, 4 in. (11 cm) long and 22 in. (57 cm) wide – an eye-catching size guaranteed to impress.
  • Look out for more sets from the NINJAGO®: Seabound TV series including Ninja Sub Speeder (71752), Lloyd’s Hydro Mech (71750) and Water Dragon (71754).
  • LEGO® NINJAGO® toys immerse children in an engrossing world of fantasy action where they can enjoy hours of imaginative play fighting with their ninja heroes against a cast of villains.
  • For more than 6 decades LEGO® bricks have been made from high-quality materials to ensure they consistently connect and pull apart – ninja strength and skills not needed!
  • LEGO® building bricks meet stringent safety standards, which means kids are in safe hands with LEGO playsets.


Box and content

The set come in a pretty large box, with the front showing all the parts of the playset. The other side of the box shows the back of all the buildings and their various play features.


The box is filled with 9 numbered bags and two instruction booklets and a stickers sheet protected in a plastic wrapping. The first visual impression looking at the bags is that there is a lot of black, teal and gold in this set, which is a very good thing!



The build

The instructions are easy to follow, but building all the different aprts of the set may require some time.

With the first bag we'll build Kai's small submarine and a small building with a clam shell.


Bag 2 will start the construction of the sea serpent Wojira...


...And it's finished with bag 3.


Bags 4 to 7 will guide you in building the biggest part of the temple.


Glutinous laboratory and Wojira's shackles come with bag 8.


And finally bag 9 gives us a part of the temple with a small prison and a spring shooter on top.




The minifigures are really nice, with detailed printings. Nya's minifigure is my prefered, with its pearl trans blue hair, a trans blue arm, and a simple but quite nice front and back printing that extends on the legs.

On the good side we have Scuba Kai, NRG Nya and prince Benthomaar.


A focus on the new scuba parts for our ninjas.


On the evil side we have Glutinous, prince Kalmaar and two Maaray guards (and a manta ray)



The completed set

When assembled, the set looks really nice. Each part of the temple can stand on it's own or be attached to another part with clips. Both sides of the buildings are detailled.

I'm justs a bit disappointed by Wojira, as I think it could have bee a bit beefier (especially on the neck area).










Design: 8/10 - Some very nice builds here, with a vibrant color scheme.

Parts: 8/10 - The part selection is rather good (if you like black, gold and teal) with some unique or rare parts.

Playability: 9/10 - There's a lot to do with this set and all the different buildings. I like that a small submarine is included.

Minifigures: 8/10 - The minifigs selection is great, even if only prince Benthomaar and Glutinous' body are exclusive to this set. 

Price: 5/10 - With a ppp of 0,095€ and 7 minifigures, the set is a bit overpriced.

Overall: 40/50 (80%) - A very nice playset, with nice minifigures. The set's color scheme is really nice even jsut as a display item..


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The main temple building (bags 4-7) looks really nice and I’d buy that as a stand-alone set at half the price of the full set.  But I’m not interested in any of the side builds or the sea serpent which looks a bit incomplete (especially compared to the lineup of Ninjago dragons)

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I find it quite reminiscent of Atlantis, especially the Portal of Atlantis set.

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Nice review, thanks! I like the colors, especially all the gold. The serpent actually looks better than I expected. But I agree that this and the hydro bounty are pricy, I'm waiting for a discount. 

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Nice review. I'm not a fan of the set though, as it's clearly oriented to kids and play action. I like the color scheme the most, and some of the temple details. The sea serpent feels too small, and could easily be more monstrous. The light aqua mantay ray is interesting though.

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Not so long ago my girl and me were deciding what to buy a kid, this or the 71705 LEGO Ninjago Destiny's Bounty Ship. We went for the ship and didn't regret it. Thanks for the review. Maybe this set will come under the Christmas tree.

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