Aira's Airship & the Amulet Chase is LEGO set 41184-1. It has a score of 92. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 4 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 9% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Elves.
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Lego 41184 Aira's Airship is an attractive model and an interesting build. It's a more coherent model, based on strong 3-dimensional design elements, and a stronger building experience (utilizing a wide variety of small bricks) than most sets aimed at girls. It utilizes actual mechanical techniques (gears, slides and pulls) to smoothly operate the opening and closing of the wings, rather than simple clunky hinges that are over-used in all Lego sets. This airship is a set I purchased for my niece, and I'm pleased that it's a quality building experience, and not simply a plastic toy. The color palette is feminine, yet restrained and sophisticated. Three shades of purple are grounded by tan and brown. The colors pop as gold is liberally used to accentuate the curving contours of the ship. (Many of these gold pieces are going to be sought after by fans of steampunk.) This set doesn't utilize much for gimmicks for playability... it's strength is in the imaginative design of the vehicle. And the airship itself doesn't rely on any stickers, or an excess of mini-doll accessories. The small build for the goblin is essentially a mailbox with batwings. The goblin and the accompanying build are needless, and distract from an otherwise great set. The price point is a bit high at $40. If Lego eliminated the goblin and its associated build, it would put the set at almost exactly 300 pieces. A $30 airship with 300 pieces would make for an exceptional gift set. Like most Lego sets, there are extras of the smallest pieces. This set also came with an additional large dragon wing. It would have been great if, rather than a third dragon wing, Lego had included an extra balloon panel. This would allow for an entire hot-air balloon to be created in an alternate build. Those panels are difficult to incorporate into different builds, and I think most children will find 7/8 of a balloon to be frustrating. Overall, a great set.
So cute! My ten years old loves putting these together! Then she displays them all on her dresser. Hope they keep making them.
This set was one of the ‘Must Have' sets of the Elves/Goblins wave for me, and it does not disappoint. Once again, the Elves sets bring a brilliant design aesthetic to the table. The elegant golden railing work on the airship is a highlight. The arming of Emily Jones with a cross bow leaves me intrigued as to the darkness in this series if Elves. I appreciate that all of the Elves, as well as emily, can fit on the Airship comfortably, as they do in the webisodes of the animated series. Even Dukelin's flying post box is an interesting single person flyer, and is quite swooshable.
41184 is a treasure, whether one is a fan of the Elves theme or not. From the interesting model, to the useful parts, to the number of figures included for the price, this set is one that comes highly recommended from the team at Brick Fanatics.
Overall impression reminds me split of two amazing sets from first wave - Naida's Adventure Ship and Pegasus Sleigh with all that fancy-styled details and pleasing color scheme. And that's great!