NINJAGO® City Chase

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Stop a crime in the NINJAGO® City street market!

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Help Lloyd Garmadon, Nya and Officer Toque to stop a street food stall robbery by Shark Army Thug, with a police tuc-tuc vehicle, 2 lampposts with lantern chain and 5 minifigures.

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Team up with Lloyd Garmadon, Nya and Officer Toque to prevent Shark Army Thug robbing a street food stall vendor in NINJAGO® City Chase. This exciting THE LEGO® NINJAGO MOVIE™ set features a 3-wheel police tuc-tuc vehicle, street food stall with assorted food elements, plus 2 lampposts with a connecting chain of festive NINJAGO lanterns. The set also includes 5 minifigures with various weapons and accessories to add to the fun role-play possibilities.

  • Includes 5 minifigures: Lloyd Garmadon and Nya (each with new-for-August-2017 high school outfit decoration), Officer Toque, Shark Army Thug and Ham.
  • Police tuc-tuc vehicle features a driver seat and rear passenger seat for minifigures, 3 wheels and translucent-blue and red police light-style elements.
  • Street food stall features a stall sign, red awning, fish and cherries for-sale signs, 2 crates and a half-barrel containing assorted elements including 3 cherries, 3 apples and 2 fish.
  • Also includes 2 lampposts with translucent decorative elements and translucent-red light-style elements, plus a connecting chain of festive NINJAGO® lanterns with translucent-red light-style elements.
  • Weapons include Shark Army Thug’s fish hammer with a fish handle.
  • Accessory elements include Lloyd Garmadon's soda, Nya's mobile phone, Officer Toque's handcuffs and Ham's money.
  • Recreate and role-play exciting THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ scenes.
  • Police tuc-tuc measures over 2” (7cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
  • Street food stall measures over 4” (11cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 1” (3cm) deep.
  • Lampposts with lantern chain measure over 5” (14cm) high, 7” (19cm) wide and 1” (3cm) deep.
NINJAGO® City Chase is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Accessories for any City This set is great value for money (even for the minifigures alone) and comes with great accessories that would look great in any Lego town, not just Ninjago City. Some highlights of this set include: the great selection of figures, the shop stall and the design of the lampposts. Whilst most things about this set are great, there are a few flaws: Firstly, although the Tuk Tuk looks good, it's much lower at the front than at the back and looks poorly designed because of this (see photo). It's easily fixed by added a plate or two above the front wheel, but the fact that it was designed this way is a little strange. Also, it would've been nice to have a 'normal' expression for the Shop owner (as other reviews have mentioned). Most of the other characters in this set have double-sided heads, but the Shop owner is stuck with a scared expression which limits the playability. Overall, this set is definitely worth the price you pay and would look great in any City. There's a great selection of minifigures and accessories that any Lego fan will love.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worthy Set for £15/$15. This set is the second cheapest SET in the Ninjago Movie line. For £15/$15 etc you get 5 Minifigures, 1 vehicle, a street vendor and a pair of street lights with lanterns. Overall the playability is pretty high but what's even higher is the detail for such a small set. I highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Very Good Ninjago movie set This is just a very good set from the Ninjago movie plus there are a few play features which are are cool first we have LLOYD and NYA who are both great figures to have and are in civillian clothes when they are not ninja's most of the time I really like Nya and how she has a cellphone and her new hair piece is a good new look for her LLOYD is also cool I like how he is holding a soda can next we have Officer Toque who is cool and at first I thought he was a different verison of Bad Cop or someone who would work for him with his uniform plus his plus I like his Police Tuc-Tuc which is a very cool little vechile and you can fit the Shark Army Thug in the back with handcuffs on I like the the Shark Army Thug and his fish hammer and in the scene of this set he is robbing Ham is a good character but I wish he had a different face besides the scared screaming face I like the little market that he has for selling fish,cherries, and a barrel of apples I also like the light posts with red lights on the side and the small ones hanging from a wire.I really like this set and fits really well for my city and will be a very good set for anyone who likes Ninjago or has a city.
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Day in Ninjago City This set, first of all, is a good minifigure pack. It includes two casually-dressed ninja, Lloyd and Nya, as well as a police officer (who seems to be part of the Super Secret Police from the original Lego Movie), a shop owner, and a Shark Army Thug for a bad guy to fight with. Each of our two heroes carries a realistic prop, whether it be a soda can or a cell phone, and our villain carries a prop too, a sort of fish-hammer. The shop owner, Ham, carries a dollar bill useful for roleplay situations with the Shark Army Thug, and Officer Toque, as the policeman is known, can take some handcuffs from his car to apprehend the Thug. Build-wise, this set includes Toque's car, Ham's storefront, a barrel of apples, and two streetlamps linked by a wire with some lanterns attached. Play features abound here, with the ninja able to hang on to the sides of the police car and on the wire over the street. Ham can operate the stall (though his face is permanently screaming) and have the Thug accost him, and the ninja can step in and chase him down with Toque. There's only 2 or maybe 3 downsides to this set, counting for the missing "brick" in its score - first of all, as mentioned, Ham can't stop screaming, which limits the range of roleplay situations you can play in. Similarly, Toque only has one face, an angry one, which is not as much of a problem. Lloyd, on the other hand, has two faces, but both are extremely similar. The final downside is that there is a wealth of stickers used in the set, which can be problematic for younger builders. Overall, you get a nice selection of very many minifigures for the relatively low price, but you should stay away if stickers are too much of a problem.
Date published: 2017-07-26
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