LEGO Ninjago 2020 Set Info at the Nuremberg Toy Fair

LEGO Ninjago 2020

As the Nuremberg Toy Fair goes on, the LEGO Booth has revealed some information regarding summer’s LEGO Ninjago 2020 sets. However, unlike other themes from the City, Creator, Friends, and Technic lines. They were a bit mum about the rest of the details.

Zusammengebaut is still in the halls of the International Toy Fair, reporting from the toy event. However, it seems that LEGO is still keeping a tight lid on what’s next for LEGO Ninjago, with little information being made available for attendees. Save for the set names and a couple of sets on display.

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020 Sets
  • Spinjitzu Burst Cole (70685) – €9.99
  • Spinjitzu Burst Kai (70686) – €9.99
  • Spinjitzu Burst Lloyd (70687) – €9.99
  • Lloyd (71717) – €24.99
  • Dragon with Wu (71718) – €19.99
  • Rhinoceros (71719) – €49.99
  • Destiny’s Bounty (71720) – €69.99
  • White Dragon (71721) – €79.99
  • Dungeon (71722) €9.99

Continuing the LEGO Ninjago Legacy subtheme, the first three sets (or small packs) on the list are a sort of rehash of the classic spinning sets that were first introduced in 2012. Destiny’s Bounty (71720) set is also another envisioning of the iconic ship in the series making it the 4th set of its kind since it was released in 2012 (set 9446), 2015 (set 70738), and 2017 (set 70618). It was also mentioned that there will be a sort of gameboard features on some of these sets, with even a new, never-before-seen LEGO die element that is different from traditional ones.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Destiny’s Bounty (70618) is by far the largest version of this memorable ship. We’ll just have to see if its successor will be as great.

Though this new wave of LEGO Ninjago 2020 sets will continue to tie-in where the current animated series left off, details on the remaining sets are still scant. We just have to wait and see if all of these will be completely revealed once New York Toy Fair 2020 kicks off in February.

Author: Albert Balanza

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