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LEGO The Lord of the Rings 9473: The Mines of Moria
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- Includes 6 minifigures: Pippin, Boromir, Gimli, Legolas and 2 Moria orcs
- Weapons include chain, club, bow, double-bladed axe, single-bladed axe, small hobbit sword, shield and Boromir's sword
- The Mines of Moria features well, wall and gate, and several weapons
- Wall features hidden room with treasure, opening doors and falling wall elements
- Hidden room with treasure, opening doors and falling wall elements
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On their epic journey across the lands of Middle-earth, the heroic Fellowship of the Ring travels through the abandoned Mines of Moria. Pursued by the evil Moria orcs and a giant Cave Troll, Pippin, Boromir, Gimli and Legolas make a stand in Balin’s Tomb. Can the heroes hold back the evil horde and make it out of the mine unhurt? Includes 6 minifigures: Pippin, Boromir, Gimli, Legolas and 2 Moria orcs. Set features giant cave troll and 2 skeletons.
Includes 6 minifigures: Pippin
LEGOlas and 2 Moria orcs.
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This set was the first one I bought because it has four members of the fellowship, and also, it has a cave troll in it. The gate is very accurate.The wall looks very Dwarven, Balin's tomb has a good exploding feature, and the well has a nice look to it, But the figure does have trouble falling inside it properly.
Legolas has a very nice bow and accurate clothes. Gimili looks almost identical to what he looked like in the film; his clothes don't look like they did, and Pippin and Boromir look amazing and accurate. The cave troll looks really cool, but he does have trouble falling over in certain positions. The Moria goblins look awesome and they are very accurate. This set is an excellent starter set.
The tomb 9/10
Cave troll 9/10
For the Cave troll, if you have any lego minifigures, put the bases on the bottom of the troll's feet.
The backdrop to these battles has been done masterfully. With the 4 separate components: entrance, wall, tomb and well, the set can be arranged in the way the builder wants, adding more flexibility for those who still want to stay fairly true to the films or books. Additionally having the separate components allows the set to be stretched out, making it bigger and more impressive.
Constructing the set is enjoyable, with many of the pieces being a decent size and the final product is very durable. There are nice features built in to further increase playability such as the axe to barricade the doors and skeleton falling into the well alongside others.
My 2 gripes with this set are: 1- the vast number of stickers in the set (but this is down to personal taste) and 2- the cave troll falls over with its club in any forward position. But apart from these it is an excellent set beautifully transferring the world of Tolkien into the LEGO medium, I just wish Balin could play with and enjoy the set too.
There is something especially marvellous about minifigure hobbits ;)