Wizard is LEGO set 71007-1. It has a score of 86. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 29.6% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2014, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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A Wizard is not an groundbreaking character, but what LEGO has done with this Series 12 version is nothing short of exceptional. It is a gorgeously crafted and designed character, with a spellbinding amount of thought and detail poured into the end product.
Overall, the Series 12 LEGO Collectible Minifigures looks like to be another hit. It adds some more variety to existing minifigures and most if not all of them can appeal with everyone. Many of the minifigures are very suitable for army builders like the Hun Warrior and the Battle Goddess.
There is no lack in detail, and is an overall great looking minifigure. The mix of purple and blue are a nice combination, and the Star print on the cape is an especially nice addition. I feel like he'd be a good friend of Gandalf and Dumbledore.
Another high scoring for the LEGO CMFs which it is definitely worth buying and collecting these new minifigures.
This was a birthday present. It arrived on time, was neatly packaged, and contained the entire mini-figure set as advertised. Each mini-figure is individually packaged. Highly recommend that anyone that wants a complete set buy this product.
Talk about mystical. This guy is sporting a cool new blue robe with star and moon prints on it, complete with a matching hat. He is further highlighted by purple capes, which you get two of, and they have star and moon prints on the back too. His accessory is a plain brown staff which is topped with a trans blue gemstone. The head has some wrinkly printing on it, but it's mostly hidden by the beard piece, which has appeared before with Gandalf. He has a more lighthearted feel, closer to Merlin, and would look fitting giving helpful advice to the good king in his castle. He's a welcomed addition to your fantasy LEGO world.