Final Flight of Destiny's Bounty is LEGO set 70738-1. It has a score of 95. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 1.8% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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Destiny's Bounty has four large sails that open and retract by toggling a lever. The engines transform by pulling the vehicle's dual harpoon launcher. There's also a cabin interior area that can be accessed by lifting the roof, which become Nya's workshop. The entire ship can be held using the retractable handle. This large set has everything needed to stage and play out an epic battle between the ninjas and Ghost Army.
All in all this set is extemely worth the money. I payed $20 more than the US MSRP and the equivilant to the UK prices and am extremely happy with the set! The Bounty is very sturdy and has great "swoshability", trust me once my family left the house last night, it was open season on the ghost. The Bounty is also very well detailed and has a ton of cool features including the AirBike, the side booster Wings, and the top wings.
This set is amazing. Not only is there an awesome ship that can fly, there are also a ton of desirable figures in it. This set, though expensive, is the cheapest way to get Lloyd in deepstone armor, Nya in her water gui. Morro is also included, along with three of his main ghost allies. There is another ghost but it is not a significant character. Sensei Wu and Cole are also in this set, but if you want to get them, they are both in cheaper sets with the same prints. However, I am glad that they were included. The dragon included in this set is cool, and I'm glad it looks different from the morro dragon. Onto the ship. It's amazing. It has a very sleek design with tons of features. The engines can rotate from when the ship is in the water to when it is flying. When I first saw it could do that I thought it would be very hard to build, but a very interesting technique was used so it wasn't too hard. The bridge area's roof can life up, and a workshop is inside of it. There is an airbike in the workshop. The sails can raise and lower, but they are made of plastic. However, I don't think this effects the set. Overall, this is an excellent set. I think it goes well with the attack of the morro dragon because you could have an aerial battle. You would also end up with 5 of the 6 ninjas.
It's big and heavy when complete! Don't expect your little one will be able to lift it comfortably once it's built. It's rather larger and bulky. Lego did think ahead and included a 'handle' that supports the ship... but if you're kiddo is anything like mine, it'll sit on the table and serve as a backdrop. This LEGO set is one of the FEW that actually is worth the money!! I'm always taken back by how small the $80 set is I purchased... but this one, wow, it's a good size. I would say it took a good 4 hours of interrupted time to complete it... but wow, very cool.One tip, the 'sails' are made of flexible plastic and are warped from the box, put them under a hair dryer for about 10 seconds, and they straighten out nicely.