Marcus70 wrote:Nice two sets with elves ( and even a female elf). I really like the mini-figs in the first wave of hobbit sets. The sets themselves I'm surprised how similar they are to the LOTR set designs.
ninjagoyo wrote:I have to thank LEGO for helping my wallet by making these Hobbit sets... I'm a huge Middle Earth fan but these sets leave me cold and I'd only be interested in them on clearance... they're all just a random jumble of pieces, other than Bag End, which looks great. Its like the LOTR sets which were already "flattened" and "deconstructed" in design, taken to a new level of suckitude. I can't imagine anyone other than minifig collectors actually being interested in these as LEGO sets per se.
lego the hutt wrote:wow, this is what I've been waiting to see. The attack of the wargs set looks the best imo. The tree looks pretty sweet.
“Riddles for the Ring” : 79000/$9.99; “Escape from Mirkwood Spiders”: 79001/$29.99; “Attack of the Wargs”: 79002/$49.99; “An Unexpected Gathering”: 79003/$69.99; “The Goblin King Battle”: 79010/$99.99
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