LEGO Lord of the Rings Hobbit The Battle of Helm's Deep (9474)

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LEGO Lord of the Rings Hobbit The Battle of Helm's Deep (9474)

LEGO Lord of the Rings Hobbit The Battle of Helm's Deep (9474)

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When a ladder is flung up to the wall, clipping onto the edge with two grey hooks, simply smash them to send the ladder back down. Note about the horse: A special feature of this horse is that it's back half (legs and tail) is able to pivot, along with its head. On the far left side of the area, next to the small Barad-dur tower, smack the black pot around until it drops the Ladle Treasure. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging .

Finally, switch to an axe-wielding character and hit the Cracked Lego Tile at the bottom of the small Barad-dur, lighting up the Eye of Sauron. All in all, this is a set I had always wanted and I'm so glad that unlike a lot of things this actually lives up to the hype, I cannot recommend this set enough, though like all things you should make sure you find a reliable seller to avoid some of the nasty little things (bags having been opened, missing pieces, missing figures, dirty parts, etc.

If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. In fact, the Beserker Uruk would be a contender for best all-time figure as well up there for me with Skeleton, UFO Alien, Indian Chief and Indiana Jones. It was easy to build, and it even comes with a a large lego multitool that can be use to pull apart any two bricks. There are so many unique elements: the moss on the rocks, the angled ramparts, curved walls and stairs, the infamous grate that blows apart, the hidden doorway.

Attach it to the gears and crank the winch to move a pallet of boxes to the right, dropping them down in the process and allowing you to build a staircase from their broken pieces. They also say it is a great representation of the Lord of the Rings and a timeless wonder that teaches spatial skills, building, and is able to look great on a shelf. They mention that it is fun for kids of all ages to play with, and that it's a great constructive toy. This is a phenomenal build and accurately depicts the Helm's Deep fortress as shown in the Lord of the Rings films. Before we get into the meat of the review, I must disclose: I have little background with LEGO and am a recent convert.The series, which Jeff Bezos was directly involved in negotiating for, hopes to capitalise on the renewed interest in fantasy TV generated by Game of Thrones. Haldir looked elegant in this set which I feel he really worthy to be included (but where is Legolas? Fans will be surely be amazed at the level of detail that has been put into the huge LEGO recreation. Back printing was a bit simple for Theoden and Aragorn but look at Haldir, still looks noble and nice under the cape. Four go on the tower (to look like mossy stones), one goes on the banner, and the other is on the throne.

Jump up and swing on the arrow to reach the ledge on the left, then push the block there down below so your other characters can follow.when I recieved this set I knew I was going to recieve a detailed scene of one of the greatest batlles in the LOTR franchise. The use of grey profile bricks, sand green bricks and the irregularly placed rock underneath makes it a very nice castle wall. The reconstruction even includes the small stream that runs through the fortress’s Deeping Wall, which ultimately leads to its destruction. My son always asks me what each set "does;" meaning: what special features (trapdoors, hiding places, etc) does it have? They say it has a great collection of minifigures, a big set with a lot of pieces, and unique elements.



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