LEGO Ninjago 70734 Master WU Dragon Ninja Building Kit
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- Fire the tea farm's flick missiles; evade ghost discs fired from the possessed rickshaw; prevent the ghost face from possessing Cole!
- Recreate your favorite scenes from the NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu TV show
- Sensei Wu's dragon measures over 7" (19cm) high, 15" (39cm) long and 9" (24cm) wide
- Aeroblade temple measures over 4" (11cm) high, 6" (16cm) wide and 3" (10cm) deep
- Possessed rickshaw measures over 3" (10cm) high, 4" (11cm) long and 1" (5cm) wide
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Protect the Aeroblade with Master Wu's powerful dragon! Defend Master Wu's tea farm from the Bow Master Soul Archer, Skreemers, Ghost Ninja and their Ghost cart with Master Wu's posable dragon! Protect the Aeroblade from the Bow Master Soul Archer and his ghost army with the Master Wu Dragon! Dodge the Ghost discs fired from the possessed rickshaw and fight back with the tea farm's flick missiles. Beware of the Skreemer carrying a bottle of ghost poison and trying to turn Cole into a ghost. The Ghost Ninja need the Aeroblade to fulfill their evil master plan, so use all your Ninja skills to defend it! Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapon and accessory elements: Master Wu, Cole, Bow Master Soul Archer, Ghost Warrior Pitch and Ghost Ninja Hackler. Master Wu's dragon features a posable head with opening jaws, posable wings, legs and tail, detachable saddle, flaming traveler's teapot, table, cup and golden elements. Master Wu's tea farm features an Aeroblade with stand, Ninja banner, Ninja sword decorations, 2 lantern elements and computer element with 2 flick missiles. The possessed rickshaw features a hidden Ghost disc shooter, storage for extra discs, Ghost crystal and cup elements. Also includes a Skreemer (attachable to minifigures) with a bottle of ghost poison and Sensei Wu's dog with a crossbow. Weapon elements include Sensei Wu's Deepstone Staff, Soul Archer's bow and arrow and dagger, Hackler's Ghost Axe Blade and Ghost Katana, and Pitch's knife. Accessory elements include Cole's Deepstone armor, Hackler's shield (with ghost decoration) and Pitch's pitchfork. The Soul Archer minifigure features a ghost tail (new for fall 2015). Pitch and Hackler minifigures feature transparent ghost legs and ghost armor. Master Wu Dragon is new to the LEGO NINJAGO collection for fall 2015! Create fearsome battle poses with Master Wu's dragon.
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This item LEGO Ninjago 70734 Master WU Dragon Ninja Building Kit
LEGO, Ninjago, Dojo Showdown (70756) B00T3N95U6
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|Item Dimensions||—||11.1 x 21.26 x 2.32 in||—||2.4 x 10.31 x 7.52 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.19 lbs||—||1 lb|
|Number of Pieces||575||658||547||215|
Top Customer Reviews
The set includes 5 really good minifigs, plus a dog with a crossbow. You get Sensei Wu with a flaming teapot, Cole plus three Ghost bad guys, two with transparent legs and one with the new "ghost" lower body. They look stunning. You also get a dog, a City type Huskie, mounted with a side firing crossbow. The sub build of Wu's Tea Garden wall and gate, and the Ghosts Noodle Cart are great small accessories. The set is also an windfall of some really neat parts. Lots of pearl gold. Plus some rare or unusual pieces.
The set is a great value at MSRP and a Must Have if you can find it on discount
The minifigures in this set are ALL very good, no doubts on that.
Cole’s Ninja costume is nice but it doesn’t look very different from some other Ninja costumes that we have seen in the past…wish the designers would have come up with a brand new and unique costume.
The ghost minifigs (Pitch,Hackler,Soul Archer) look very good. Nice printings on them. The transparent legs on Hackler and Pitch look good. Soul Archer has the new kind of “legpiece” introduced in this wave; it is used to give a ghostly effect to the minifig and it succeeds to a large extent.
Wish there was printing on the sides of the torsos and legs…would have made the minifigs look a lot better.
The Hackler minifigure looks EXACTLY like the Yokai minifigure(from the set 70736 “Attack of the Morro Dragon”) and Attila minifigure (from the Set 70735 “Ronin R.E.X”).The Pitch minifigure looks EXACTLY like the Wail minifigure (from the Set 70731 “Jay Walker One”). I am really disappointed with the LEGO graphic designers who designed these minifigures. When some minifigures are uniquely named, it’s obvious that they should look unique too. What the designers should have done is that they should have at least used a different torso design for each of these minifigures. Maybe it’s laziness in the part of the designers or its oversight, but whatever it is, it’s not something you expect from a brand like LEGO.
I faced an issue with the Hackler minifigure. When I fixed the cowlpiece on the headpiece, I couldn’t remove it afterwards. I mean, whenever I try to remove the cowlpiece from the minifigure, the headpiece also comes off. I am not able to separate the cowlpiece and the headpiece. I am facing the same issue with the minifigures Bansha (in the Set 70731 “Jay Walker one”) , Yokai (in the set 70736 “Attack of the Morro Dragon”) and Attila (in the Set 70735 “Ronin R.E.X”). All these minifigures have the SAME cowlpiece. I emailed LEGO Customer Service about this issue. Generally, whenever I have interacted with LEGO’s Customer Service, the responses have been great. But this time, it was bit disappointing. I got a reply saying that the issue has been passed on to the concerned people. I was expecting a solution to my problem; how to separate the two parts. Anyway. Maybe I need to seek help in other LEGO Forums. Perhaps some experienced LEGO builder can help.
There are some assembled weapons in this set. I generally hate assembled weapons. The ones used by Master Wu and Cole look okay but the one used by Hackler looks bit ridiculous.
This set includes a small cart. It looks ok. The parts and their colors are what add appeal to an otherwise ordinary build. One nice feature in this cart is the disc-firing mechanism which is simple but very cool. (You get total three discs).There is a major flaw in the design. When you try to lift the cart, obviously, you’ll hold the “roof”. But when you do so, instead of the cart coming up, it just hangs from it’s front.That’s because the roof is attached to the cart only from the front (it should have been attached from the back too). I have no idea why the designer(s) made it like this. If it’s supposed to be a feature, it’s a pretty ridiculous one. Surely, this cart could/should have been made better. Also, when I was building this cart, suddenly the build broke and one of the pieces/bricks just tore through my skin and there was instant bleeding. Of course, it’s no big deal for me but I hope this doesn’t happen to any kid. I’ve been building LEGO products almost daily since more than four years, so I’m not an inexperienced builder, nor a careless one. Anyway, I know LEGO does a lot of safety tests on its products to ensure that kids don’t get hurt. Maybe what happened in my case was just a freak accident.
This set also contains another small build called the Aeroblade temple. It looks quite nice. The top of it’s entrance looks very good, very oriental-like. The small fences look good. The plant-pieces are also nice.
There’s also a Husky dog in this set. This is the first time I’m getting a Husky dog and it’s fantastic! In this set, the dog carries a crossbow on it’s side, which looks stupid.
Coming to the main attraction, the dragon. It looks very good, no doubt. And the main reasons for that is it’s head piece and wings. The headpiece is definitely one of the BEST buildable dragon-heads ever from LEGO! A very creative and fantastic build. Kudos to the designer(s) for this build. Now, coming to the playability, I’m not satisfied. Firstly, the legs are not very flexible. They don’t move up/down in sidewards direction. Moreover, the ball-joint system used to join the legs to the body is not smooth. Also, the head doesn’t move up completely. The “neck” does move up a bit but not much. A major flaw in the dragon is the position where the wings are attached to the body. They are attached just above the legs because of which you can’t move the wings downwards. The tail looks bit thin and the saw-blade used as it’s tip looks bit ridiculous and affects the look of the tail. This is one of those dragons which is better to be kept in the showcase rather than used as a toy. Personally, I would not recommend this as a gift for kids because though it looks nice, it’s playability is less/restricted.
Also, I would have been much happier if this dragon was NOT bruck-built. LEGO should have created a dragon from a single mold, like in the “Dragon Mountain” set (Set 70403) and “Lonely Mountain” set (Set 79018). Then this dragon would have looked awesome! Anyway, most of the toys from LEGO are brick-built and dragon sets are rare, so why not make dragons from single mold? Also, then the dragons will look more realistic also. Most brick-built dragons, including this one, look like they are mechanical rather than real dragons.
Overall, it is a nice set. The minifigures are good, some great bricks and accessories and the dragon looks nice. Would recommend this for any Ninjago fan.