Destiny's Bounty

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Join the ninja aboard Wu’s flying ship!

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All aboard Destiny’s Bounty, featuring wind-up-and-release anchors, Wu’s dojo and bedroom, loads of hidden ninja weapons, plus 7 minifigures.

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Construct Wu’s huge ninja training base, Destiny’s Bounty. This highly detailed THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ model consists of 3 modular levels and features a double-headed dragon figurehead, decorated sails, wind-up-and-release anchors, dojo area for ninja training, a bathroom and Wu’s bedroom in the hull. This amazing model also includes hidden weapons including the ultimate weapon— the laser-style pointer, plus 7 minifigures with assorted weapons to bolster the exciting role-play possibilities.

  • Includes 7 minifigures: Wu, Kai, Lloyd, Zane, Nya, Jay and Cole.
  • Destiny’s Bounty features 3 modular levels (top deck, Wu’s dojo and mid-deck/hull), a double-headed dragon figurehead, 3 decorated sails, a chain of lanterns, 2 wind-up-and-release anchors, sky pirates skull handle, 2 barrels and 3 crates, Wu's bedroom with a bed for a minifigure, and a bathroom in the hull, dojo with a scroll, training dummy and 3 training weapons, plus hidden weapons under the deck.
  • Weapons aboard Destiny's Bounty include the laser-style pointer, 4 golden sais, 2 golden katanas, 2 silver katanas, crossbow, black stone warrior sword, 2 golden shurikens and an Aeroblade with golden blades.
  • Minifigure weapons include Wu’s staff, Kai’s 2 katanas, Lloyd's tasseled sword, Zane's bow and arrow, Nya's tasseled spear, Jay's spiked flail and Cole's hammer.
  • Accessory elements include 3 books, a broom, shovel, big telescope, handheld telescope and 2 fishing rods, Vermillion armor, Garmadon's skeletonhelmet, Anacondrai skull helmet, letter to Misako, 4 fish, 2 collectible cards, map of NINJAGO® world and a sextant.
  • Recreate and role-play exciting THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ scenes.
  • Destiny’s Bounty measures over 17” (45cm) high, 21” (55cm) long and 6” (17cm) wide.
Destiny's Bounty is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant and beautiful kit Not really a big fan of themed sets (e..g Ninjago, Star Wars etc.) so this was a bit of a leap for me as I'm usually a Technic/Creator builder. But so glad I did. 15 bags of fun made it a couple of afternoons worth of building that was throughly enjoyable. Level of detail and features within the hull and topside make this set a joy to build and look at. Only one thing to pick on, the mounting of the large red lanterns is a little fragile and very easy to knock off so you need to be careful with those.
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best LEGO ships ever made I am one of the happy customers who did not buy the Destiny's Bounty for the Ninjago theme but for its absolutely stunning looks inside and out. This set is brimful of detail. The non-European style makes it also something special among Lego ship sets. Like in a real ship, there is plenty of interior space below deck. Together with the other two levels this offers surprisingly extensive interior space and all of it is full of accessories, furniture etc. Among the many things, the functional bed is one of my favourites. Also the toilet build, a utility often missing in Lego sets, is pretty neat. The most impressive exterior detail are in my opinion the two dragon heads which are entirely brick built with very creative use of pieces. The only aspect I did not like was that the sails are fixed longside ship. That simply makes no sense for a ship with sails. However, it is very easy to change the connection so that the masts can be rotated freely. To do so, one has to merely replace the 2L/4L axles connecting the masts with the ship hull with 3L/4L bar elements. I had 2 left over 3L bars included in my set and one can borrow the 4L "laser" bar from the ultimate weapon as well. Therefore I did not need any additional elements not included in this set for this modification. With the last point easily modified there really isn't anything negative I could say about this set. It is a real beauty, a fun build, by far and large very sturdy and pretty sizable too.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pure Lego Joy So I should confess, this was my first purchase of a Ninjago set, despite being a Lego collector for many years... My interest in the Theme came as a result of the recent Minifigure series, and the desire to learn a little more about the Ninjago universe before watching the movie. I have to report, I have been completely mesmerised by the sheer beauty of this boat as we have worked through the numbered bags, assembling an incredibly stylish piece of Lego art. The box design and photos do not do this set justice. It is simply stunning. There are some clever build techniques used throughout the construction, which never gets boring. As the hull grew during the construction so did my admiration for the designers. The stylish, Eastern feel is just so perfectly rendered using standard bricks and the twin Dragon heads that sit on the Bow are perfect examples of the creative use of elements from elsewhere in the Lego themes. Subtle details continue to emerge throughout the build, I never stopped smiling... I may be well outside the target age for this set, but I don't care, Destinys Bounty is pure Lego Joy !!!!
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2295 pieces of perfection Well...this set is just beautiful. Since I saw the release of the set I knew I couldn’t not get get it and when I saw it in Smyths Toys for £74.99 it quickly became mine. There are so many bits about this I just love, for example the almost modular style in effect with the ability to remove levels easily to get to the bottom. I also really liked that all 6 ninjas and Master Wu was included in this set, I mean it was almost garunteed to happen though it doesn’t make it any less important. This is just a thing of beauty really. I do feel it has made such an improvement on the last Destiny’s Bounty (70738) which in a way was somewhat expected because Lego is pushing the boundaries with the pieces and creating more bigger and better sets than ever though as said earlier this I feel is important too. With all pros there’s cons, but very few in this set. My only problem with this is the fragility of the fragon heads at the front and the lanterns along the side which means when I move it or pick it up the heads in particular have a tendency to fall off. Though that is Lego, it’s almost made to fall apart though as a self proclaimed AFOL I would of preferred it if they had a little more structure to reduce the chances of them breaking. These side notes are nothing more than a little constructive (pardon the pun) criticism which I guess is why we are able to review sets in order to expand the ever growing brand of Lego. So all in all I think this is probably one of the best sets released in 2017, a good piece count, nice amount of Minifigures and the toilet roll was a nice little addition too.
Date published: 2018-01-27
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