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LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs

4.6 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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  • Includes 5 minifigures: Thorin Oakenshield, Bifur the Dwarf, Yazneg and 2 Hunter Orcs, all with assorted weapons
  • Features 2 Wargs, a tree, 2 campfires and 2 rock ledges
  • Tree measures over 7" (19cm) high, 7" (19cm) wide and 4" (10cm) long
  • Large rock ledge measures over 1" (4cm) high, 5" (13cm) wide and 2" (7cm) deep
  • Small rock ledge measures over 0.5" (2cm) high, 2" (6cm) wide and 2" (7cm) deep
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

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Having escaped the Goblins of The Misty MountainsTM, The Company of Dwarves come face to face with another terrible threat! Catapult the Dwarves into the leafy branches of the tall tree where they'll be safe as YaznegTM and 2 Hunter Orcs arrive on Wargs and attack! When the Orcs try to burn the tree down, use the tree's magic flame shooter function to fight back. Includes 5 minifigures: Thorin OakenshieldTM, Bifur the Dwarf, Yazneg and 2 Hunter Orcs, all with assorted weapons.

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Having escaped the Goblins of The Misty Mountains, The Company of Dwarves come face to face with another terrible threat! Catapult the Dwarves into the leafy branches of the tall tree where they'll be safe as Yazneg and 2 Hunter Orcs arrive on Wargs and attack! When the Orcs try to burn the tree down, use the tree's magic flame shooter function to fight back. Includes 5 minifigures: Thorin Oakenshield, Bifur the Dwarf, Yazneg and 2 Hunter Orcs, all with assorted weapons.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 15 x 2.2 x 10.3 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 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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ASIN B009TCYJP2
Item model number 6022047
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 14 years
Best Sellers Rank #47,574 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#1,764 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
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4.6 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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I bought this set for my 8 year old son for his birthday. The set is consist of a lot of lego pieces which you can a build a good size tree ,you also get, weapons to put in the figurines hand, 2 wargs, 2 rock ledges, 2 camp fires, 2 dwaft and 3 orcs. The lego box has 400 pieces, so you can build the tree you see in the picture. The cool thing about the tree is that it can turns in two different places,in different directions and if you put the dwafts in the tree they can shoot fire at the Orcs. The Orcs can ride on the Wargs back, also the Wargs can move their head and neck. The Orcs can also used a mount and shot back at the dwaft. The 5 figures do have weapons that they can hold in their hand. This set has a lot of imaginary play, your kids will have a lot of fun role playing with this set, so get it.
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As an adult, I recently got back into Lego, a flashback to my youth before the Lego group R&D Department had very cool liscenced sets like they do today. I am a huge Middle-Earth fan, so the theme has pretty much been the staple of my newly re-discovered love for the building blocks.

While this isn't the best set of the Hobbit theme so far (that trophy goes to the Unexpected Gathering set), this is still a very fun build. Build time was pretty good for a set of this size. It probably took me about an hour and a half for the entire build, but I probably could have rushed through it faster. It's not a very complex build, but does have some difficulties. Mainly, the coloring of the pieces. There is dark brown and light brown in the set, and many of the pieces come in both colors, so you need good lighting to tell the color of the bricks on the page match the color of brick you are grabbing from your pile. Also, there is a mechanic built through the center of the tree so you can spin the various levels (more on that later) and becuase that is built in the center and the tree is built around that mechanic, many parts of the build are held together by one or two studs during the build until you secure everything with the top layers. What this means is that during the build, if you are not very careful, parts of the tree will completely fall apart in your hands until you secure it with the higher pieces.

One neat feature to the set is tha the tree spins in a few locations as you climb the tree. I can't think of a reson they did this other than to let you position the tree in your own unique way so all of the branches don't look so "right angled" to one another. It's an interesting feature, but doesn't really add to the play value of the set.
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My 11 year old son received this for Christmas and loves it. He was able to assemble it by himself in a very short amount of time. It features two wargs, one grey and one white with saddles. It also has 3 orcs and two dwarves. The tree is very sturdy. We were able to move it around from room to room without it falling apart. Some of the leaves do detach easily but are easily put back on. Overall it is a good set especially if you are a Hobbit fan.
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How do you please an eight year old boy who loves the challenge of Lego, well this was it! Delighted, squealed with joy, and then proceeded to put it together amazingly fast! The intricate details were especially of interest to our wonderful grandson
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My kids loved this set and it added a lot to their collection of LOTR and THE HOBBIT legos. They especially liked the WARGs and mini figures that came with it. Fast shipping with Prime helped me have a low-stress holiday shopping experience.
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This set contains five minifigs, two Wargs (wolf-like-creatues), one big tree and two rock-like structures.
Coming to the minifigs, the two dwarf minifigs (Thorin and Bifur) are amazing. The details on them, especially the hair-piece , is beautiful. (In the movie, Thorin carries an oak-branch as a shield; would have been awesome if LEGO designed one shield like that for Thorin in this set!). The Yazneg minifig is scary-looking , but very nice! His face printing is very nice and his shoulder-armor (or whatever it is) is superb! And when you fit his bone-axe in his hand, nothing looks more menacing (other than the Wargs)!There are two Hunter-orcs in this set. Both are exactly the same. The face looks cool and the printing on their torso is not-bad.
The Wargs simply rock! They are the main reason I bought this set and I am NOT disappointed! The best part is their head, which is very nicely detailed. One small complaint I have is that the body of the wargs has been made smooth (like that in the LEGO horse and bear ). I wish LEGO would have given a hairy body instead. That would have been more natural. (Around the Warg's head, there is detailing which looks like hair. Same detailing should have made on the body).
There's a huge tree in this set which is very majestic and beautiful. But I would have been more happier if this tree had more branches and foliage. (All the trees that LEGO gives with it's sets hardly have enough leaf-pieces, except for two or three). But , still, inspite of me saying that, I loved the tree!
There are two rock-like structures in this set. One is like a rock-ledge where Yagnez and his warg stand on. The other smaller one has something like a catapult, for throwing rocks.
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