The Keepers' Village is LEGO set 71747-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 18.72% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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Great set! The minifigs are awesome! I would recommend this set to a friend!
The highlights for me would be Chief Mammatus and Thunder Keeper's designs. As a big fan of the Islanders theme, I love that LEGO could callback to those designs in a fresh new way, utilising the tech and innovation that's now possible through minifigure design.
71747 The Keepers' Village somewhat resembles two disconnected sets in my opinion. The rocky village section includes magnificent detail and interesting building techniques while the beach and jungle appear more focused upon functionality. Thankfully, those functions provide considerable play value and are integrated nicely, although the narrow tree should have been improved with additional detail.
When I think about Ninjago sets, I tend to focus on the cool mechs and dragons. But this set reminded me that there are also a lot of great playsets in this theme, too. The Keepers' Village has a lot of fun play features, some nice parts, a good mix of minifigures (including one that is exclusive to this set), and a satisfying building experience. At $50 US for 632 pieces, the price per part ratio is just under 8 cents, which feels pretty reasonable to me. Given a limited budget, I'd even consider picking this set up over the more expensive 71748 Catamaran Sea Battle. You get almost the same mix of characters, including the exclusive Cole, and a slightly more elaborate model. It's not my favorite set in this wave (that's the 71746 Jungle Dragon), but it's a very close second.