We can undoubtedly thank LEGO Con 2022 for putting images to the sets they’ve been teasing for some time. Many of the reveals we’ve covered are things LEGO’s done before. This one’s all-new regarding licensed IPs getting the LEGO treatment. To think that the rumored “Coconut” project would be tie-in sets for James Cameron’s Avatar franchise. The sequel to the 2009 film, Avatar: The Way of Water is coming this holiday season. It’s fair, perhaps, that the inaugural LEGO Avatar Toruk Makto and Tree of Souls (75574) set came out months before that, as reported by Stone Wars.
The LEGO Avatar Toruk Makto and Tree of Souls (75574) is a visually impressive brick-rendition from 20th Century Studios’ Avatar sequel. It depicts a key location on the alien planet Pandora, the Tree of Souls revered by the people of the Na’vi. Also present are Sully, the human in a Na’vi avatar body, his love interest Neytiri and Sully’s Toruk flying beast. The set offers a nice contrast between the decorative Tree of Souls and the poseable Toruk mount. The LEGO Avatar Toruk Makto and Tree of Souls (75574) will officially launch on October 1, although collectors can preorder it now at LEGO.com.
That said, here are the details from the official product listing:
Age 12+ | 1,212 pieces | 4 minifigures | $149. 99 | Preorder available; Coming October 1
Help a kid aged 12+ who loves science fiction animal trends with this LEGO® Avatar Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls (75574) building toy set. The set includes Jake Sully, Neytiri, Mo’at, and Tsu’Tey Na’vi minifigures, a posable Toruk figure with foil wings, a Direhorse figure, and a buildable Tree of Souls, plus 3 environment builds with glow-in-the-dark elements.
- Endless stories. Any Avatar fan or kid aged 12 and up will be proud to build and play with this LEGO® Avatar Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls (75574) toy set and revisit the unique world of Pandora.
- What’s in the box. This LEGO® set includes 4 minifigures, Toruk and Direhorse animal figures with connectors, a buildable Tree of Souls, and 3 environment scenes with glow-in-the-dark elements.
- Display or play. Kids and Avatar fans can recreate a meaningful scene from the movie, design a new idea, or set up a dynamic display with the Toruk spreading its foil wings over the Tree of Souls.
- Explore facets of Pandora. Passionate fans can spend hours exploring Pandora on the back of a mighty Toruk or Direhorse figure and communing with the Na’vi people through the sacred Tree of Souls.