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LEGO The Lord of the Rings 79006: The Council of Elrond

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  • Includes 4 minifigures with weapons: Elrond, Arwen, Frodo BagginsTM and GimliTM
  • Features Rivendell setting with unique Elven wall arches, weapon rack, steps, tree, 3 chairs
  • Includes 4 weapons: golden Elven sword, bow, Sting and an axe
  • Also includes the One Ring
  • Collect the autumn-color leaf elements
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Item Weight422 g
Product Dimensions35 x 19 x 6 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 - 14 years
Item model number79006
Main Language(s)Italian manual, German manual, French manual, English manual, Spanish manual
Number of Game Players1
Number of Puzzle Pieces243
Assembly RequiredYes
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Remote Control Included?No
  
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ASINB00B0IIY04
Best Sellers Rank 63,319 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight458 g
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Date First Available15 May 2013
  
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LEGO® LofTR and Hobbit The Council of Elrond features Rivendell setting with unique Elven wall arches, weapon rack and the hidden Eye of Sauron. Includes 4 minifigures with weapons. For 8 years and over.

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Includes 4 x minifigures with weapons:
1 x Elrond
1 x Arwen
1 x Frodo BagginsTM
1 x GimliTM


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By Su TOP 100 REVIEWER on 10 Sept. 2013
The Council of Elrond scene signals the formation of the "Fellowship of the Ring" - where the 9 members of the fellowship are selected - Hobbits Frodo, Samwise, Merry and Pippin; Aragorn and Boromir for the world of men; Legolas for the Elves; Gimli for the dwarves; and the wizard Gandalf.

Unfortunately you only get Gimli and Frodo from the 9, but you do get Elrond and Arwen to add to it (Elrond hosted the meeting, but Arwen wasn't present).

The 4 mini figures:

- Elrond - 2 faced - 1st appearance in a Lego set and 1st time a two colour cloak has been produced (orange in the inside and red on the outside). There is some nice detailing on the red/brown torso and legs with a lovely gold detailing; there is also a little detailing on the back of the torso - however the torso printing (front and back) is covered by the hair piece. The hair piece is very good and has a nice highlighted silver crown;

- Arwen - 2 faced - 1st appearance in a Lego set - blue/grey "dress", the printing is excellent except that it does not continue onto the back of the skirt, so you get lovely back torso print leading to a blank back skirt, the hair piece (with elf ears) is wonderful but it does cover up some of the stunning printing on the dress (confused/troubled face reminds me of Bellatrix Lestrange from the Harry Potter sets);

- Frodo - 2 faced - same as in "Shelob Attack", "Attack on Weathertop", etc, except no cape. Nice torso printing (front and back) and comes with "sting" ... which he wasn't given until after the meeting with the Council;

- Gimli - 2 faced - same as in "Mines of Moria", etc - detailing on the front and back torso is stunning but it is covered by the hair and helmet piece.
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A very elegant small set that captures the scene surprisingly well, though it does get rather crowded if you try to include the complete company on the stage. Now if only I had the parts to make more or Rivendell...
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This is the 7th LOTR/Hobbit set that my daughter (Aged 7) and I (Aged 39) have bought and has instantly become a favourite for varying reasons. We picked this up for £20 (RRP £29.99) so the brick count of 243 and the minifigure count of 4 are fairly reasonable. As with all branded Lego it can be on the pricey side if at full price.

The set comprises of the seating area where the council meet to discuss the fellowship, an Elvish building and 4 minifigures. There is a hidden mechanism that launches Gimli as he tries to destroy the Ring. The minifigures are Frodo (pretty standard figure), Gimli (great detail on the figure, beard and helmet), Arwen (Good detail on the top but not so great at the bottom) and Elrond (Very detailed with a 2 coloured cape and a new hair-piece). The seating area comprises 3 seats which look great if you get the stickers right (although ironically none of the figures sit well, Gimli and Frodo have the non-bending legs so can't sit down, Arwen has a dress so can't sit down and Elrond has a cape that gets in the way!)

On the plus side was, for me, the Rivendell setting which is a great looking building and also Elrond. For my daughter, Arwen and the "Gimli-launcher".

On the downside, if I'm being picky, Arwen should not be in this set. It would have been better with Boromir (as he can't appear in the later ones ***SPOILER ALERT***). Apart from that and the fact that no-one can sit down, its a very good set.

My daughter did all the building so this set would be okay for a 7 year old and upwards.

Overall, another wonderful LOTR set.
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By Su TOP 100 REVIEWER on 11 Nov. 2013
The Council of Elrond scene signals the formation of the "Fellowship of the Ring" - where the 9 members of the fellowship are selected - Hobbits Frodo, Samwise, Merry and Pippin; Aragorn and Boromir for the world of men; Legolas for the Elves; Gimli for the dwarves; and the wizard Gandalf.

Unfortunately you only get Gimli and Frodo from the 9, but you do get Elrond and Arwen to add to it (Elrond hosted the meeting, but Arwen wasn't present).

The 4 mini figures:

- Elrond - 2 faced - 1st appearance in a Lego set and 1st time a two colour cloak has been produced (orange in the inside and red on the outside). There is some nice detailing on the red/brown torso and legs with a lovely gold detailing; there is also a little detailing on the back of the torso - however the torso printing (front and back) is covered by the hair piece. The hair piece is very good and has a nice highlighted silver crown;

- Arwen - 2 faced - 1st appearance in a Lego set - blue/grey "dress", the printing is excellent except that it does not continue onto the back of the skirt, so you get lovely back torso print leading to a blank back skirt, the hair piece (with elf ears) is wonderful but it does cover up some of the stunning printing on the dress (confused/troubled face reminds me of Bellatrix Lestrange from the Harry Potter sets);

- Frodo - 2 faced - same as in "Shelob Attack", "Attack on Weathertop", etc, except no cape. Nice torso printing (front and back) and comes with "sting" ... which he wasn't given until after the meeting with the Council;

- Gimli - 2 faced - same as in "Mines of Moria", etc - detailing on the front and back torso is stunning but it is covered by the hair and helmet piece.
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