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LEGO LOTR 9472 Attack on Weathertop

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4.6 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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  • Accessories include 2 new LEGO horses, 5 swords, torch and ring
  • Features Weathertop fortress ruin with tree, flick missile function, trapdoor, weapon rack, pedestal and fireplace with food
  • Defend Weathertop by firing the hidden flick missiles
  • Find the hidden weapon rack
  • Spring the trapdoor and stop the Ringwraiths from taking The One Ring at the Weathertop fortress ruin
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

LEGO LOTR 9472 Attack on Weathertop

From the Manufacturer

Resting in the ancient fortress ruins of Weathertop, Aragorn, Frodo and Merry are suddenly attacked by the Ringwraiths, the evil servants of Sauron. Will the Ringwraiths take The One Ring from Frodo or can Aragorn stop the evil Ringwraiths in time? Includes 5 minifigures: Aragorn, Frodo, Merry and 2 Ringwraiths.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 2.4 x 11.1 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: Denmark
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B007456FAI
  • Item model number: 4653955
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,497 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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I got this set even though I was a little skeptical about the price to piece ratio (~400 pcs. for $60 is not very good) but I was blown away by the set. The build is great, features nice landscaping and a cool technique to create the curved wall. The minifigures are awesome and it features two of the new lego horses! I heartily recommend this set for Lego fans and LotR fans alike!!
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Ok, this set is just awesome. First the characters: Frodo, Aragorn, Merry, and the Ringwraiths. A fantastic cast of characters that adds considerably to the entire Lord of the Rings LEGO series. Plus, the Ringwraiths ride on the new LEGO horses, which are beautifully designed specifically for the wraiths. These new horses have the ability to stand in a rearing position, which is a very welcome improvement. Frodo comes with the One Ring, and the sword Sting. The set itself is fantastic, a unique spiraled staircase, secret chamber inside, weapons racks, trap door, bolt-firing mechanism, campfire, and intricate details throughout, including little statues. I can't say anything bad about it!
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The other night I just had a craving to build a Lego set so I ran to the store and grabbed Attack on Weathertop, a Lego set I have had my eyes on for quite sometime. My Lego display is split into two categories: I have a regular Lego town and I have a spooky, haunted Lego world. I thought Weathertop would be an excellent addition to my spooky Lego world and as it turns out, it is! It is a wonderfully organic piece that nicely conveys the ancient ruins being overrun buy growth and ravaged by time. The set nicely replicates a very exciting and important scene from the Fellowship of the Ring. After putting the set together, I was impressed with the design and the minifigures but found I was less excited by the set as a whole than I thought I would be. Here's my thoughts on Attack on Weathertop:

The Facts:
# of pieces: 430 and 1 instruction manual
Minifigures: Frodo, Aragorn, Merry, two Ringwraiths, two horses.
Lego's MSRP: $59.99

The Positives:

*I think everyone of Lego's LOTR minifigures has been a hit. They are immediately recognizable, extremely detailed, and come with nice accessories (everyone has a sword and there are rings, torches, and cooking supplies). This set comes with 5 minifigures and 2 horses which is a nice assortment. The new horses are fantastic and really fun for any Lego characters needing a black horse with red eyes.

*Weathertop has a very interesting design. It uses hinged pieces effectively to make a rounded structure. Weather top looks nice as a standalone structure from all sides but also opens up to reveal the interior of the ruins. Little tufts of weeds and green bricks give this structure a nice, overgrown appearance.

*Weathertop does have quite a few cool little details.
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I love the look of Weathertop But The price 60 bucks is a bit much. I mean the Uruk Hai Army Set is half the Price and doesn't have anything interesting going for it. I wish the good folks at Lego would cut the price in half because sets like Mines of Moria and Helms deep deserve the expensive Price.
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With the Attack on Weathertop set, Lego Lord of the Rings fans can recreate one of the film trilogy’s most frightening and unforgettable scenes, where Aragorn and his Hobbit charges are set upon by the fearsome Ringwraiths. In this set you get a circular Weathertop fortress (that opens for more play options) and five minifigures – Aragorn (with sword), Frodo (with sword and One Ring), Merry (with sword) and two Ringwraiths (each with sword and sinister horse).

Complexity: There are 430 pieces in this set, and it’s a fairly simple build, so figure on roughly two hours to assemble this set. The instructions are clear, the modular bags help avoid sifting through a giant pile of bricks and the inclusion of a brick separator is a nice touch if you have to undo something.

Playability: I was surprised given the level of detail just how playable this set is. Part of that is the inclusion of so many terrific minifigures, but the various vantage points, the way the set opens and closes and things like the trap door make this a remarkably fun little set. If your kid(s) are Lord of the Rings fans (and if so, kudos to you – you’re doing parenting right!), they’re going to love playing with this set.

This is a really neat little set, but it is pretty small for the price. It originally retailed at $60, and if I hadn’t found it marked down significantly I probably wouldn’t have bothered with it. Keep price in mind when you’re shopping for this set, but also know that whoever you’re buying it for is probably going to love it.
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The set is all right, but what makes this set great is the awesome minifigures, although sadly the hobbits' short dwarf legs are unable to bend, so they can't sit down. It must be exhausting for them... If they could be designed to be able to sit, the minifigures in this set would be almost perfect. As it is, they are very, very well designed.
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This is my 3rd Lego LOTR set. I bought this one because I intend to use this to improve the other two sets which I love so much (The Mines of Moria and Shelob Attacks).

The set as a whole is average. I don't find the scene memorable nor the Weathertop structure resembling much of Weathertop in the movie, thus I would find it more fun and challenging to use these pieces to instead improve on the other two sets.

I would love for the Mines of Moria scene to have all of the Fellowship members present - so I get Frodo with green cape, Merry and Aragorn from this set; Sam from Shelob set; Pippin, Gimli, Boromir, and Legolas from the Mines set. I am only missing Gandalf which I am planning to get from the Hobbit's Unexpected Gathering set (when that set's price goes down a bit).

The extra Frodo minifig goes well too as I will have a stung Frodo with the gray cape, Shelob, and Gollum for my other scene/set. I am still trying to figure out how to improve Shelob's lair using the rocks and the spiral staircase from the Weathertop structure.

I would've love to have 9 of the Ringwraith w/ horses figures to have another potential scene/set, but that will be quite expensive to collect. I will be able to find other uses for the two Ringwraiths w/ horses that will be left (as well as the extra One Rings).

Also, I bought this Weathertop set from a seller which cost me $44.50 (shipping and taxes included) so the price is fair enough (with 430 pcs, it is just slightly above $0.10 per piece). So overall, I believe it is a good buy.
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