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LEGO The Hobbit 79010: The Goblin King Battle

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  • Cave features The Goblin King’s throne with trapping function and hidden treasure function, a working crane and a collapsing bridge
  • Ages: 9-14
  • Pieces: 841
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Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions48 x 7.1 x 37.8 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:9 - 14 years
Item model number79010
Assembly RequiredYes
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASINB008KYL2UK
Best Sellers Rank 14,075 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
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Date First Available9 Nov 2012
  
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The goblins have captured the heroic dwarves and imprisoned them deep inside their filthy caves. Help Gandalf the Grey sneak past the Goblin King and set them free. Discover the cave’s functions, secrets and hidden treasures as you fight your way to freedom by firing the catapult, collapsing the rope bridge, lifting the bucket crane, tipping the ladder and finding the map. Defeat The Goblin King in an epic underworld battle. And beware The Goblin King throne’s trapping function. Includes Gandalf the Grey and seven minifigures exclusive to this building set: Dori the Dwarf, Nori the Dwarf, Ori the Dwarf, Goblin Scribe, two Goblin Soldiers and The Goblin King.

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Help the dwarves win the epic battle against the evil goblins in this jam-packed Lego The Hobbit - The Goblin King Battle set. With a staggering 841 Lego pieces at your disposal discover all the secret functions in this set including a firing catapult, collapsing rope bridge, lifting crane and more! Gandalf the Grey must sneak past the goblins and release the dwarves Dori, Nori and Ori so they can fight their way out of the caves deep inside the Misty Mountains. But the fearsomely big Goblin King, goblin soldiers and goblin scribe will fight with all their might to stop them - oh dear! This set based on  The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journe y is perfect for adventurers aged nine and up. Lego The Hobbit - The Goblin King Battle includes: 7 minifigures - Dori the Dwarf, Nori the Dwarf, Ori the Dwarf, Gandalf the Grey, The Goblin King, Goblin Scribe and 2 Goblin Soldiers The Goblin King's throne with trapping function and hidden treasure function, working crane, collapsing bridge, catapult, and tipping ladder Map, skulls, bones, torches with flame elements, golden crystals and The Goblin King's crown and bone sceptre 10 weapons including 4 swords, 2 axes, staff, ball and chain, club, and mace   Bridge measures  more than 17cm tall and 24cm wide  Did you know? Tolkien's The Hobbit was first published back in 1937!

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Su TOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 Aug 2013
This is an amazing Lego set, one of the best ones in the Hobbit series that I have had ... so far.

It is a total of 841 pieces in 5 bags with 3 instruction booklets and includes 8 mini-figures.

The mini-figures are:

~ Gandalf the Grey (Wizard) - with grey cape, sword and brown staff;

~ Dori (Dwarf) - 2 faced - red bodied with red cape, sword and chain mace;

~ Nori (Dwarf) - 2 faced -brown body with sword and mace - it's a shame that the beard-hair head covers the facial expressions;

~ Ori (Dwarf) - 2 faced - purple body with grey cloak and brown handled axe (Ori is famous for his catapult/slingshot but it is only printed on the back of mini-figure rather than being a moulded piece);

~ Soldier Goblin+ - 2 faced - with bone handled axe;

~ Soldier Goblin+ - 2 faced - with battered sword;

~ Scribe Goblin+ - 2 faced - with "clipboard"; and last but not least:

~ The Goblin King - more than twice the size of a mini figure - with large tooth and horn mace - arms rotate at the shoulders and hands rotate at the wrists and are big enough to hold a mini-figure. Sadly the arms and wrists are the only things that move on the Goblin King as the legs, torso and head are all static.

+ The Goblin faces are the same (angry/snarling) but the body (torso) parts are differently decorated.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Rosemary Street on 3 Jan 2013
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My daughter loved it even though she's 33.Always been a fan of lego and hobbits.Made her Christmas day so special.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E M ONEILL on 27 Feb 2013
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My 12 years old son loved this set, it has a lot of good details and it is fun to play with.
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The Lego Lord of the Rings theme sets are all great in different ways, and this one is somewhat of a "filler" set that collectors will want in order to flesh out a complete world for The Hobbit. Compared to other recent Lego sets, this set is a little high in cost for just 841 pieces. Regardless, the minifigures alone make this a must-have.

This set has pieces assigned to numbered bags, so it's simple to get building without any necessary pre-sorting. Aside from the great minifigures (Goblin King! Dwarves! Gandalf!) and weapons, there are several neat movable components: a collapsing bridge, a catapult, a launchable trap, and more. The throne and other sections all have nice detail as well.

The build is not difficult, but smaller kids (or fat-fingered adults) might get a little aggravated trying to place all the very small pieces where they go. The set when finished is more compact than you might expect, which is why I am categorizing it as "filler" which would be used in conjunction with the other Lego sets from The Hobbit to make a complete play world.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By IAN HILL on 20 Feb 2013
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I think that this set has got to be one of the biggest sets that I have seen in LEGO the Hobbit merchandise.
I built this particular set on New Years Eve because I think that the film was inspirational interesting and a good film
to enjoy at the cinema. I ordered the set from Amazon.co.uk for Christmas of 2012 for £60.00. It was not that bad.
But if you are a fan of LEGO I recommenced you getting the set. Mind you I think that this set has got to be challenging.
On the product box it says ages nine to fourteen. However I would put the set aimed at twelve - sixteen years old. The reason of why I chose that is because nine year old children would find it difficult to build the set by themselves.
Overall I think the set is great and I think it is a great addition to any LEGO Lord of the Rings/the Hobbit collection.
I like it. Four stars all round!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By debbie8355 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 April 2013
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My soon to be 11 year old son has just got into Lego so we've had a great time building these Hobbit sets. The instructions are really easy to follow even though we had a bit of trouble differentiating our light brown, dark brown and black blocks especially as some of the blocks weren't coloured as illustrated (lots of black blocks in the manual were dark brown in reality).

This is worth 5 stars as it takes hours to put together - lots of play and construction value. Even with me being chief piece selector and constructor son this took the best part of the day to layer up. There are 3 manual books in this set with 3 separate sections so if you have 3 children like me it's also a bonus to be able to have everyone starting on a different Goblin area although my other 2 children didn't get involved until the Hobbit house building which I'd rate as 4 stars for comparison. Different manual pieces are bagged up in different bags with small pieces helpfully separated. There are also spare small items like bones which are likely to get lost. The manual also lists the items by picture and code name in the back
with customer care contact details if you are missing any pieces but we've not encountered that with any of our sets - just acceptable colour variations.

I was a bit dubious that this item would have much play value as from the picture the rope bridge looks flimsy and the walkways look thin but the blocks and pieces stay together well and it copes with play battles. We did a Lego creator seaside house recently which falls apart if you so much as look at it but this is a well designed set.

The figures are great and it's worth buying this to have some baddies for your heros to fight against. Riddles for the ring looks tiny against this set.

There is also a handy orange tool thingy which is good for separating and moving blocks.

Highly recommended.
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