Skull Sorcerer's Dungeons is LEGO set 71722-1. It has a score of 100. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 4 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 0.11% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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I bought this for rocks parts.. but the build has exceeded my expectations. The game it's trying to promote is a bit gimmicky.. but it is optional and adaptable. As a display piece, it looks awesome. The skull piece ties it all together and the set is bigger than it looks. As a playset it's open, adjustable, has 2 floors with interesting elements. The play feature moves parts all over the set. It also adapts well with the other sets with the combined theme.. that being said.. it feels as though "journey to skull dungeon" was cut from the set like a videogame DLC. The layout is simply 'lop-sided' without its inclusion. I understand it makes it easier on parents.. but when you buy both sets you end up with 2 green lloyds and no red Kai.. a very manipulative way to get you to buy a 3rd set to complete the team. It's not my favorite set. But it feels like the perfect playset I would have wanted for christmas as a kid. 9/10 .. I would give it a 10 if they just combined it with Journey and switched out a lloyd for Kai or Wu.
I've been pretty happy with the summer 2020 Ninjago offerings, and this set is no exception. At only 8.5 cents per part, this set feels like a solid value. There are a wealth of hard to find and unique minifigures, some interesting part recolors, and a few new-for-the-line elements. It's a bit of a bummer that they went with a sticker sheet, but in the minifigures at least we get some great printed parts. The build is not particularly difficult, but it is very interesting.
71722 Skull Sorcerer's Dungeons includes splendid minifigures, offers ingenious functionality and looks absolutely spectacular on display. The external detailing is extraordinary and I love the varying paths which minifigures can traverse as they approach this fortification. They are connected logically to provide access to every area of the model and appear suitably natural.