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LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness

Of all the new 2020 LEGO Ninjago Sets coming out – I think that set 71712 The Temple of Madness is my favorite. Not just because it has 6 minifigures, or is for ages 9 and up, but because it has the most detail, is the most architecturally relevant, and has a ton of play-ability. I like the way they are using technic elements in Ninjago to hold up the lamps for instance. But there is so much more

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Box Front
LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Box Front

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Release Date

The new Ninjago Temple of Madness set is scheduled to be released early in January 2020. Based on previous releases however this set might be released on Dec 26, the day after Christmas. I base this of off previous releases in earlier years, as well as the fact that some of get a little extra money for the holidays, and LEGO wants us to spend it on them – which I always do. This is not a VIP only release as far as know.  I expect this series of sets to be available at both the official LEGO store, as well as 3rd party retailers like Amazon or Target.

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Minifigures

There are 810 pieces scheduled to be in this set, and 6 minifigures including Jay, Lloyd, Cole, Bad Master Wu, and 2 bad guys.

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Price

I expect this set to be priced at $79.99 US and will be on sale starting January 1, 2020, which makes this a great beginning set for more advanced builders.

LEGO 71712 Ninjago Temple of Madness Review

Right now as of the time of writing this blog post, this set is not yet released. When it is, I’ll buy it and write my thoughts here. I’m really looking forward to all the different minifigures of course.

These images are from Stonewars.de. I will replace them with my own images as soon as I get this set.

If you want to see when I open the set and build it in real time,  follow me on Instagram where I frequently do live feeds and Lego Instagram Stories of new sets. This year my goal is to buy and review every single LEGO set made in 2020.

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