Lloyd's Journey is LEGO set 70671-1. It has a score of 79. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 40.53% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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A new Lloyd plus a fearsome icy villain make this an affordable entry point into this summer's Ninjago line. Beyond the two minifigures, a three-tailed white wolf is a really cool addition to the LEGO menagerie. There is a small (really small) structure that acts as a sort of mini-fortress and gives the characters some terrain to battle around. The Ninjago line has been running strong for years and even these small sets always bring something new to the table.
I think this a very good set . It has 2 awesome minifigures and Lloyd s wolf. I only wish that this set had Lloyd s hood.
Despite an excellent character selection, Lloyd's Journey falls a little flat. The main downfall of this set is the price. It is way to expensive for what you get. Even at a considerable discount, the value is only passable. However, I do like the little roofing technique in this kit. Overall, I think Ninjago fans will like this set for the characters in it. Otherwise, you may want to pass on it, barring a HUGE discount.
On one hand, this is very appealing set if it's a minifigure battle pack but on the other hand, as it is a small set, I expected more than just the wolf and a few parts.
I think this set is alright. It's pretty decent as far as small sets go but if you're looking for something truly of substance then this isn't for you. It's a good thing to whet your appetite for this wave of LEGO Ninjago sets, but the actual structure of the set leaves much to be desired.
Figures are frequently the highlight of smaller NINJAGO sets and this example is no exception. Lloyd and the Blizzard Warrior are both brilliant, although they are available elsewhere. The brand new wolf, on the other hand, is exclusive and looks absolutely fantastic in my opinion, striking a perfect balance between ferocious and adorable design.