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My granddaughters absolutely love the Lego Elves sets. They offer mystical creatures mostly not found in the rest of Lego realm, ranging from fierce dragons to adorable but mischievous bat – kitten creatures. The sets show good creativity and I love watching my granddaughters' imagination go crazy as the play with their completed sets. And when I say completed, I should mention completed in a hurry. When they get a new set in hand, they don't stop until it is finished. I hope the Lego Elves sets continue on, as my granddaughters cannot get enough of these underappreciated sets…. This set in particular, albeit small, was a big hit. The girls loved the Eagle, so much so I had to get one set for each of them.
My almost 5 year old daughter (who loves the Lego Elves sets) saw this right after Christmas and used some of her holiday money to buy it. She was able to build most of it on her own and she very much enjoys playing with it. Also, she was very excited to see a new creature (not just the dragons although she loves those too).
It may be a small set, but it contains some cool and rare elements not to mention the set exclusive pieces. Lumia is the best part of the build thanks to the use of colours and general look of it. The cave section also has some nice elements, although looks a little like a random build. One of the best things about the Elves sets in general, including this one, are the range of colours used; especially the fluorescent bits. These really help to enhance the enchanted feel of the Elves story driven elements.