Azari & The Fire Lion Capture is LEGO set 41192-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 42.32% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Elves.
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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 was another huge hit, as the girls were quite enamored with the Lion. Well done Lego!
This product is fun and entertaining for kids. It's easy to build and it's super cool! The pieces used on the fire lion are interesting because they have pretty colors and weird shapes. I thought that my child liked this set best with other lego sets.
The look of the fire lion is really cool with translucent pieces to create the fiery look of the lion's mane. And it will be fun to see how kids incorporate some of the more random accessories, such as the chicken leg and pink cupcake, into their creative storytelling.
Overall, I think this will likely be a standout for this year's Elves sets. Not only for the whimsical lion build, but also the reasonable price point. Despite being clearly marketed at girls, this in particular seems like a set that could have decent cross-appeal.
If you enjoyed the dragon builds released a couple of years ago you will enjoy this build as Rowan is the primary feature. Overall I think this set is attractive, but for some reason it didn't wow me as other Elves sets have. I enjoyed building Rowan and I think his colour scheme is quite striking, though one doesn't normally think of a flame yellowish orange colour going well with the pink highlights that we find here. It does though and it works, despite the dark grey joints.
As the sets get a little bigger, all parts of them gain a little more detail and functions. The fire lion features some great parts, it's just a shame about the grey bits peeking through on the legs and feet. Plus those fire tipped wings look a little odd, especially on a lion, but they still add a nice bit of detail to the fiery beast. The cave may only be a small part of the set but I love the little beds on it. They are a fun bit of detail.