The Brick Bounty is LEGO set 70413-1. It has a score of 81. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 45.82% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Pirates.
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I put this together with my 5yr. old grandson. All 745 pieces. Lol. It's quite elaborate. I would have given it 5 stars, but we were missing a couple of parts.
Pirate ships are highly collectible, and we haven't seen one for a few years, so this will be a highly sought after set. There are loads of Pirates fans of all ages, and whether you have a bunch of other ships already, or this is the first one you have for your fleet, you'll want to get in quick. Leave it too long, and the price will most likely go up.
As a kid I've always wanted to have a Pirate Ship and this set made my dream come true. It may not be the best pirate ship ever released (as many would say) but it is definitely a special one for me for being the first one I own. Please LEGO keep producing Pirate Ships coz they are awesome!
I should not have spent so much money on legos but I did! This was super fun to build and now its just going to sit on my shelf for the next year or so. I regret nothing.
70413 The Brick Bounty was reviewed in issue 8 of Blocks Magazine.
If I were to rate this ship in a scale of 1 to 10, I would do so but only in relation to other LEGO Pirate ships of similar size - in which case I'd give it a 5/10, the Black Seas Barracuda being the 10/10. So that's basically what it is to me - an average ship, not that great but absolutely not bad either!
70413 falls squarely in between The Black Seas Barracuda and the Brickbeard's Bounty. She is not as good of a ship as the former but she is definitely an improvement over the latter. However, it is in many ways not even fair to compare her to the Barracuda. In 1989 the Barracuda cost $110, which in today's dollars would be $210; double the cost of 70413. What LEGO has given us for $100 cheaper is truly amazing. My hat is off to the designers for making so much with comparatively so little. This is an excellent set that I highly recommend to you, especially for the price!