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.
Rated 5 out of
Brilliant and beautiful kitNot 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
One of the best LEGO ships ever madeI 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
Pure Lego JoySo 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
A phenomenal and Fantastic Set for All Lego FansI received this set as a Christmas gift and have just finished it over the weekend. I don’t really know what to say other than... WOW! This set is absolutely AMAZING! I’ve been building Lego for only a year but I love the creativity of these sets.
There are so many little things that were delightful discoveries as I went along, like the bathroom with the little gold sink taps & toilet flush button. The bed is also an amazing piece! It might sound crazy to get all excited over a bed and bathroom but the detail just blows me away!
I kind of hate to say it but, as much as I adore my Lego Creator Parisian Restaurant modular which has a similar piece count, this set was even more of a delight to build. The Parisian Restaurant was a bit more linear and straightforward as it’s a building. However, the curves, flourishes, and little details on the Ninjago Movie Destiny’s Bounty were a challenge which I greatly enjoyed.
To put things in prospective a bit, I am visually impaired to the point that I cannot read print unless it’s enlarged. Even then it’s an inefficient, tedious process. However, the picture instructions Lego uses are fantastic and I always end up figuring them out in the end even if I have to take a break and come back later. I thank Lego for putting all their instructions online so I can download them to my iPad and view them as close up and zoom in and out as I need.
With my eyesight, this set took me likely 20 or more hours to build, not counting breaks. I know I spent at least two full days from waking to sleeping on this. To put it in prospective, I worked on this set last Friday from about 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM with few breaks and that only got me through bags 8-12. Other sessions were in three or four hour blocks some afternoons and evenings between starting a new semester and getting into the routine of psychology and applied ethics coursework. I started the ship on January 1st or so and just finished it Saturday. I’ll say again, in the most emphatic way I can, IT WAS WORTH IT!
Some people might have problems with the fact a bunch of plastic could cost so much money. However, I do not belong to that camp. This is something that can bring immeasurable enjoyment to kids and adults alike. Lego sets can be made in so many different ways. It’s better than spending $200 on some fancy toy for your kid that never changes and that goes out of style/becomes obsolete by next season. I see Lego bricks as timeless and clasic in a way that’s only achieved by a handful of toys. YOu can spend $160 eating out an expensive restaurant, a hotel room for a weekend getaway, or a day at the amusement park for a family if you’re lucky. You can’t even keep those outside of your memories and souvenirs you shell out more money for. Lego provides memories and is a tangible thing that lasts. That in mind this, and all other, lego sets I have purchased or received as gifts are ALWAYS worth the money.
Thank you, Lego, for doing such great work and creating something beautiful that can so positively effect the lives of people of all ages.
Note: I’ve attached a couple pictures of the completed product. My apologies if the angles are a bit funky as I took them myself.