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Stage a sky pirates vs. Ninja battle with Misfortune's Keep, featuring rotating engines for launch and flight modes, fold-out cannons and disc shooters, plus a pirate jet and launchpad. Ninja Lloyd has a booster jet featuring a winch to lower Jay into battle for the golden Djinn Blade with ‘trapped Wu' element. Includes 6 minifigures: Jay, Lloyd, Kai, Bucko, Nadakhan and Flintlocke, plus Monkey Wretch.
Includes 6 minifigures: Jay, Lloyd, Kai, Bucko, Nadakhan and Flintlocke, plus Monkey Wretch.
The pirate's airship/headquarters Misfortune's Keep features an opening minifigure cockpit, lever-operated rotating engines with turning Ninja-blade propellers for launch and flight modes, 2 hidden fold-out cannons, 2 disc shooters, rotating aircraft gun, a detachable escape boat, armor crate and a sky pirates flag.
Misfortune's Keep also has a launchpad for the pirate jet. The jet features an opening minifigure cockpit, 2 stud shooters, fold-out wings and a spinning propeller.
Lloyd's booster jet features an attachment point for Lloyd, a spinning Ninjago rotor to raise and lower the winch, and golden Ninja blades.
Weapons include a golden Djinn Blade with ‘trapped Wu' element, 2 golden katanas each for Jay and Lloyd, Kai's 2 silver katanas, Monkey Wretch's rifle and hammer, Bucko's pirate sword and Flintlocke's gun.
Recreate and role-play epic scenes from the NINJAGO™: Mastersof Spinjitzu TV show.
Misfortune's Keep measures over 9” (23cm) high, 17” (44cm) long and 17” (45cm) wide.
Pirate flyer measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (11cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide.
Detachable escape boat measures over 4” (11cm) long, 1” (4cm) wide and under 1” (2cm) high.
Lloyd's booster jet measures over 2” (7cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 7” (19cm) wide.
Rated 5 out of
AMAZING set with loads of cool features!!!Misfortune's Keep 70605 was a very cool set and had many brilliant features. I think the price tag was a bit high but it was slightly larger than I expected and the large fans can move up and down. It can also shoot discs and has two working cannons that can be concealed. I think the only main issue was the amount of stickers, but I guess that's the issue with most LEGO sets. It also comes with Lloyd's flyer, which lets down a rope when you spin the golden wheel in the centre. The rope was a bit hard to do but was an excellent feature. Overall this was an AMAZING set that did not disappoint. Great work LEGO!!!
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of
Good, but needs improvementThis set has great minifigures. I liked Jay's head with the eye patch. I wish that Lloyd and Jay had masks instead of hair. One thing I didn't like about this set is Lloyd's glider. It is really big and a tiny minifigure can't hold that much weight. Misfortune's Keep is big, but doesn't have much play value. The inside of the ship is small and hard to reach into. It would be great if the ship that came with the set was able to connect with Misfortune's Keep. There is a landing pad inside the ship but the ship slides around. Overall I think that this set's best quality is the minifigures.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 3 out of
This Ship is Anchored at the Bottom of the WaveI purchased the Lego Ninjago "Misfortunes Keep" set in an exchange and for twenty dollars cheaper than the standard retail price. Although pleased to finally add this set to my collection-mainly because of its importance throughout the series-I was disappointed with the end product and found that the airship was clunky and lacked space to reenact the TV show. Starting with the minifigures: Nadakhan is a great figure (although his hair piece has a tendency to come out) and carries the Sensei Wu version of the Jinn Blade (which is way to large and unwieldy when you take his four arms into consideration). A handful of assorted sky pirates are also included (Bucko, Flintlocke, and Monkey-Wrench), Bucko being the least interesting. The ninja included in this set are Lloyd, and Jay (who features an eyepatch). Two small flyers are included for each side. Lloyd receives a large and (in my opinion) unattractive, green glider which has a crane style mechanism with a hook on the end. I found the winch system to be a hassle to build because you're dealing with thin string and a bad representation in the instruction manual. Lloyd is attached awkwardly to the flyer and wears a bulky piece of armor. I wish the designer(s) of this set were able to come up with a better design for the flyer-maybe one where Lloyd is actually in a cockpit? The sky pirate's flyer isn't too bad and I appreciate the new style it has with the small propeller on the back however I don't like the neon green studs that were used throughout the build. Moving on to the main aircraft itself, Misfortune's Keep is certainly large and has plenty of weight but I feel like there are some things that lower the play value. Starting at the bridge, the bridge is very simple and I do like how they made the roll cage but I also wish (like Lloyd's flyer) that this was a cockpit because minifigures look out of proportion with the craft and the look just doesn't settle with me in general. The wing section is well done. I appreciate how easy it is to adjust the rotors' positions and how the lever adjusts both simultaneously. I also like how they used the swords (which first appeared in that color in the Tournament of Elements) for the propellers. The sky pirates flag is a nice touch to that section but I find the way it was incorporated displeasing and wish that Lego could have put it in a place where it doesn't look like an add-on. I like the traditional boat in the back which has a turret and how easy it is to detach. However, I don't like the two small containers in the back because they have a tendency to fall out of their position with the slightest of pressure. The landing bay is fairly spacious with enough room for the flyer included and a handful of others from various skybound sets if you put them in right. Unfortunately though, I was hoping to reenact "Scrap and Tap" but it's incredibly difficult to get your hand inside and there's not much width/room in general because of the fold-away cannons. I do wish that the airship had more posable projectiles since the cannons and the two disc launchers are stationary. In conclusion, Misfortune's Keep is an OK set that certainly doesn't soar above the rest of the Skybound sets, nor does it crash and burn. I'd say the starting price is outrageous for what you get and that little kids will probably get discouraged with it because of its lack of places to pose minifigures and its inability to reenact their favorite scenes from the cartoon. Younger kids would also find it to be heavy and unwieldy. My final verdict on the set is that if you really want it, go for it, but if you're uneasy about it, save up for a different set. There are plenty of better ones for a lesser price (like "Lighthouse Siege")!
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of
Best Thing Ever!!!!I first watched a Youtube video by Jangbricks, and I thought that the set was AWESOME once I got it!!!!! You should get it, and check out the review!!!