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After 10 hours spent across 5 days, I finally completed the build and here is my review on 71741 Ninjago City Gardens: THE GOOD: LOOKS STUNNING!!! Massive volume, for me the side temple feels like more of a bonus. Lots of new ways to create awesome details in various areas. The fully working arcade is just brilliant. The dragon skeleton display and the skylight are also great design. 18 minifigures!!! (20 if you include the 2 decorative ones) THE NOT SO GOOD: Some of the parts (e.g. the cover sewage pipe) doesn't connect well. The instruction booklet has some steps which make the build a bit more difficult than it should. Some components a bit flimsy to be removed while the 2nd level path way is a bit too tight for removal. Overall, this is another contender for set of the year. It looks absolutely stunning. And I love all the little details they put into each components, from the tree to outdoor air con but highlight for me is definitely the minifig scale working Arcade. I also love the minifigures selection, although I do think fans following the TV series will probably appreciate the minifigures more. Many of the shops can easily modified to a typical Lego City store. The temple also great even on its own, it's truly a bonus side build which I will be extremely happy already even without it. It is pricey but consider the volume (factor in it's also cheaper than the previous incarnation with more volumes), it's actually very competitive pricing too. Can't wait to see what's LEGO is cooking up next for similar set =). While this is not perfect (there are some flimsy parts and parts doesn't connect so well), I am extremely satisfied with the end results and totally recommend this set for everyone.
RUMOR ROUNDUP - Big Sets & D2Cs Incoming Rumored information about three quite large sets and a number of other Direct to Consumer sets has been circulating on the internet in recent weeks, and we have the discussion topics here on Eurobricks for you to weigh in with your thoughts and hear what other people are thinking! Click the name of each set to join the discussion. Remember that until information has been officially revealed by LEGO, take it with a grain of salt! Licensed Themes: 75978 Diagon Alley - fairly full details are now available. [Source: IG] Action Themes: A new expansion to the Ninjago City line is rumored to be 71741 Ninjago City Gardens, contain 5685 parts, and include (over) 20 minifigures. That's more pieces and minifigures than the original! [Source: promobricks] Town Themes: For the LEGO Creator Winter Village fans, there's the 10275 Elf Clubhouse expected, and it might even contain the first moulded LEGO reindeer! [Source: IG & various] Special Themes: The next LEGO Creator Expert Landmark set might be 10276 Colosseum, and contain a whopping 9000+ pieces. [Source: IG & various] Special Themes: Next in the line of LEGO Creator Expert vehicle sets is rumored to be 10274 Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters. [Source: IG & various] NEWS And in confirmed news, 75294 Bespin Duel, thought to be originally be an event exclusive, will be available directly from LEGO in September with 295 pieces and a price of USD $39.99. Would you want to see more Star Wars display pieces like this publicly available? Discuss in the Star Wars forum. [Source: The Brick Fan] Finally, LEGO has officially revealed 71028 LEGO Minifigures Harry Potter Series 2, and our Global Moderator WhiteFang will be coming out of Minifigure reviewing retirement to bring you one of his thorough and fun reviews. Watch this space!