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LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Starter Set 2257

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  • 2 minifigures
  • 2 spinners to increase your strength; smarts and courage
  • 6 weapons to boost your attack and 6 LEGO bricks to give your spinning skills a new edge
  • Also includes 2 character cards, 8 battle cards and LEGO bricks
  • 57 elements
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Product Description

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LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Starter Set 2257


Become a Spinjitzu Master with the LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Starter Set. Featuring Jay, the Master of Lightning, and Frakjaw, a deadly Skeleton Army warrior, players can train and battle inside Master Wu's ancient arena from the Mountains of Impossible Heights. Ninjas ages 6 to 14 can arm their character while using battle cards to foil their opponent or obtain special attacks. Be the last one standing, and you win! This set also includes spinners, character cards, and six weapons primed for spinning your way to glory.

Ninjago Logo
Spinjitzu Starter Set
At a Glance:

Item #: 2257
Age: 6 to 14 years
Pieces: 57
Jay Ninja of Lightening
Weapon of Choice: Nunchucks
Element of Color: Blue
Strength: Speed
Frakjaw Skeleton of Fire
Weapon of Choice: Mace Ball
Element of Color: Red
Strength: Attack
Ninjago At a Glance
Ninjago Jay, the Master of LightningNinjago Frakjaw, the Skeleton of Fire
Features Jay and Frakjaw minifigures
Ninjago Spinjitzu Battle
Use Spinjitzu to battle for ultimate victory in the arena. View larger.
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
Four brave ninjas stand against the evil Lord Garmadon and his Skeleton Army--but those skeletons don't stand a chance. Trained in the ancient martial art of Spinjitzu, Kai, Jay, Cole, and Zane must find the fabled golden weapons of Ninjago before Garmadon and his soldiers. Fight their enemies, travel through different worlds, and use the power of Spinjitzu to help our heroes battle against the forces of evil.

Ninjago Spinjitzu Arena
Claim all 6 weapons for glory.
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Spin Your Way to Glory
The LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Starter Set lets you conquer your enemies with a twist of your fingers. Featuring two LEGO minifigures and spinners, you can challenge your friends to a fight of good versus evil as you launch Jay, Master of Lightning, against Frakjaw, from the dangerous Skeleton Army. Be the last ninja standing, and glory--as well as your enemy's weapon--is yours for the taking.

Arm Yourself with Cards and Weapons
This set comes with six different weapons--including two golden weapons that allow you to play specific battle cards. Each of the eight cards features tricks that will either boost your attack or foil your opponent's. Arm your character, choose your card, and spin to become the master of Spinjitzu.

Build Your Own Training Arena
The LEGO Ninjago Starter Set helps you test your aim and build your spinning skills. Though Master Wu may be on his own adventures, your character will feel right at home training and sparring in the Spinjitzu Arena. Change the size of your practice field, or take the pieces along when you host the next battle.

Look Online to Help Your Spinning Techniques
Your strength, smarts, and courage can help defeat enemies everywhere--but even the best ninja needs practice. Use the included LEGO bricks to give your spinning skills a new edge. Look on the LEGO Ninjago website for tips on locking a spinner, aiming, and finding your own unique fighting style.

What's in the Box
LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Starter Set with 2 minifigures (Jay and Frakjaw), 2 spinners, 6 LEGO bricks, 6 weapons, 2 character cards, 8 battle cards, and arena pieces.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 9.4 x 1.4 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (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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  • ASIN: B004478GBK
  • Item model number: 4654821
  • Our recommended age: 6 - 14 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,337 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
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Lego Ninjago is new in 2011 and combines the action of the classic battling tops game with a Lego style twist. This set gives you everything you need to get started: a battle ring, two tops, weapons, 2 minifigures, and power up cards.

To play the "Spinjitsu" battle top game, you first build your top, put the minifigure on it, then equip him with a weapon. The weapons stick out from the edge of the top and help knock the other player's minifigure off his top. Then both players spin their tops and see who falls off or stops first. The one left standing is the winner. The winner of each round gets to take the weapon of the other player. Some weapons are golden which are more valuable and let you play more powerful power-up cards. At the end of the game each player gets their original weapons back, so there's no "playing for keeps".

The spinning game can be played using the power up cards, which let you do things like add an extra weapon, build shields on your top, or provide danger zones in the playing arena. Using the cards adds extra elements of strategy similar to Pokemon and other games.

In addition to the Spinjitsu game, Ninjago is being rounded out like other themed Lego sets with buildings, vehicles, and other sets that make it a great theme even if your child doesn't want to play Spinjitsu. The ninja theme was basically the last type of character in their Lego Universe online game that didn't have heir own theme. If your child loves ninjas, now they can have them!

Take note that you spin the tops by hand, so no batteries are necessary but younger children might have a bit harder time. Other than that, there aren't that many drawbacks. Lego's site also has many instructional videos to help you build your skills and understand the rulesmof the game. If you want to play the game, this is the set to get. Otherwise other sets might have a better play value for your money.
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This Lego set is great!!! I have always loved Lego Ninjas but I was very small when they stopped making them so I never really got any. But now they have a whole theme with them (which I am very excited about). I just got this set and I love its play potential. It is somewhat over priced but not by much. The game is pretty good and you can also use the correctors for normal play. Which is nice because it seems like if I just get normal sets they just tend to sit around on display. One thing I don't get is why some of the sets have vehicles!!! Ninjas should have Dragons and cool forts and stuff like that not crazy vehicles. Fortunately most of the sets don't have them. After that rabbit trail, hear are my Pros and Cons
Cool figures,
Game is neat,
Lots of playing potential,
Should have had a little more to the set,
This them (in my mind) is the best that Lego has come out with since Bionicle (minus the vehicles!!!!!!!). Go and get some!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The only thing i would like to point out that hasn't been said already is that the fights between the minifigure based ninjas and the skeletons are not even handed and the ninjas seem to win in an unfairly high ratio. I tried playing this both on my own and with my five year old son and tried every combination of figure, spinner, pose, and weapon but the ninja just keeps on winning. This is suprising as Lego gave the bad guys a different posablity toward holding the weapons and the spinners are so well engineered. The play cards set for each side don't off set this advantage either. while i believe this is a great starter set for "spinjitsu", i recommend pairing this with a booster if you're looking for a fair fight.
I also want to put out that while the price may seem high, given the historical Lego price to piece ratio of 10 cents each, but once you hold the spinner and see how long this well ballenced top can do it's job, it's quality should win you over.
My only complaint would be for the ninjago theme overall which for cost reasons that i understand, spinners in the larger sets are rare, but they could do a better job of placing rare or special play cards in the building sets to promote the spinjitsu play sets as well. stores in my areathat stock ninjago, don't stock the spin play sets for reasons i can't understand.
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Like most parents you want to get toys that your kid wants AND that he or she will play with for more than a day. My son had showed interest in this from TV and his friends from school. Instead of going crazy and buying everything I want to buy him (a rare moment of restraint and maturity) I thought I'd get this little starter kit as a test drive.

They are easy to build, spin around great, it's fun to watch pieces fly off, and the little rail-battle-area is easy to build and breakdown for storage.

We had a fun 30 minutes on Christmas playing with this. I don't know how it will fair in the future, but for the price, it can't be beat to see if your kid will like these and lead you into further financial woes with all the different characters, arenas, etc.

I like this better than Beyblades, the yo-yo torture device that rarely spins right and falls apart all the time.
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My 7 year old son has torn through the latest fads. Power rangers are history, thankfully he went through this stage early! We skipped the Pokeman epidemic, but spent a fortune on Bakugan. Then came BeyBlades. Now it's Ninjago. Out of these, I like BeyBlades and Ninjago the best. I never liked power rangers, but that's like having a girl and not liking Barbies. Bakugan were okay, but I could never really grasp the game. That said, I never really wanted to figure it out either. BeyBlades were simple, quick (can play a few rounds in a few minutes) and made a good reward. Then my son saw the visually spectacular Ninjago set up at Target. Man, those Lego creators are good! What boy could pass them up. I resisted, but finally caved. My son will sit quietly and play with them for an hour or so, a new record for him. The starer set comes with a buildable arena, cheaply made yet effective. You also get two Ninjago characters (a good and a bad guy), weapons and two spinners. And some assorted Lego pieces we don't use. Honestly, my son is not looking to build a Ninjago city. He likes to build, but is more of a free thinker and does not build the sets. So for our purposes, the starter set was a good purchase. He just wants to battle. If your child likes to collect all the sets and build the entire scene, the Ninjago theme could be an expensive endeavor.
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