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LEGO Legends of Chima, Wolf Legend Beast (70127)
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- Includes Worris minifigure with a weapon and accessory
- Wolf Legend Beast features a detailed wolf head, huge paws, claws and possible joints
- Includes a CHI-powered Derimous sword and translucent CHI shield
- Place Worris on the Wolf Legend Beast and disappear into the night
- Measures over 2" (7cm) high, 5" (15cm) long and 2" (6cm) wide
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Starting with the minifig, we get Worriz the Wolf. He's a fantastic figure, with very highly detailed prints on the legs, torso, and even a double sided head. Not that you'll be seeing most of it. The wolf shaped headpiece covers most of that fice print, and he has this golden armor that covers the torso print. Both are removable, of course, just fair warning.
The biggest problem with this minifig is one that really only counts towards fans of the show, or just nitpicky people such as myself. He has no cape. Worriz in the show and in his big set, the Combat Lair, has this cool looking white cape. To exclude it here kinda saddens me, 'cause it looked awesome on him.
As for the beast itself, well...first thing, it has stickers. They are optional, and the beast looks fine without them. As a brick-built lego wolf, it looks fantasitc, with the smooth lines and hard angles, and the white pieces, and the Mixel Ball-Joints, for epic amounts of pose ability, it's great.
As a representation of the Legend Beast from the show, it lacks, but I find that to be an unimportant aspect, because the set is just fun. Recommended both for Chima fans, and anyone looking to get their hands on large quantities of the 2014 ball-joint system. This set has them in all four limbs, all the paws, and the neck.
The fully detailed wolf has a mouth full of teeth that opens and closes.
Moveable legs allow the wolf to crouch and stand on three or four legs.
During play, the wolf can stand on its back legs attacking with the claws if held.
The tail moves too.
This 111 piece set is simple enough to be built by a six-year old but interesting for an older child.
This series of figures and animals might be the best value of the Chima Lego sets.
This set contains the Wolf Legend beast and the Worriz minfig, who is the ruler of the Wolf tribe.
I'll start with the minifig. Worriz, no doubt is an awesome minifig! (The best thing about "Legends of Chima" is the beautiful minifigs). Very good printing on his torso (back and front). But his shoulder armor unfortunately covers most of the printing. (Anyway it's completely your choice whether or not to put the shoulder armor on the minifg, so I guess it doesn't matter.) There's nice printing on the legs also. (Sadly no printing on the side of the torso or legs...as is the case with MOST of the LEGO minifigs). The headpiece is the best part. It looks great. But one complaint here is that, the headpiece should have been a single complete piece (like the headpiece in the Ninja Turtles minifigs). Here it's like you first fix the regular circular LEGO head and then you put the face of the animal (like a helmet) over the head. Anyway, at least the minifig looks good and I guess that's what matters in the end.
Worriz carries his "Dermious" sword, which is fantastic. And he carries a transparent shield also. I didn't like the shield because it looks too plain. I wish there was some printing on it. Then it would have been nice.
Now coming to the main part of this set, the Wolf Legend Beast. Now I have seen the "Legends of Chima" cartoon show. There, the Wolf legend beast is a real wolf. Here, the wolf looks extremely mechanical and NOTHING organic/realistic. This is the WORST part about this set. Now even if you DON'T compare this LEGO build with the original, still it's nothing great...jusk ok. The wolf build is quite flexible . Also, this set contains a few new LEGO bricks that were never seen before.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son absolutely adores this set. Wolves are his favorite Chima animals. Having the spirit animal along with a wolf mini-figure is a big hit.Published 21 days ago by Mandy @ Living Peacefully with Children
Exactly what my niece wanted. Came right away when orderedPublished 5 months ago by Christine marston
Son loved this. He put it together and has carried it around since Christmas.Published 6 months ago by sassygirls22