The Fight for the Dagger is LEGO set 7571-1. It has a score of 78. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 41.12% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2010, and it is categorised in Prince of Persia.
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When I saw the prelims for Prince of Persia I new this was a set worth picking up, and I still feel that way. This is one of the best market scenes LEGO has produced. It includes plenty of produce to sell and a camel. The Minifigures are outstanding and the scene is just beautiful.
Overall, a very good set. Its strong points are parts, minifigs, and playability, so this set has something to offer for MOCers, collectors, and kids. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to sample the Prince or Persia line, since it has many features of the other sets. And of course, any Prince of Persia fan should definitely pick this up!
PoP Fight for the Dagger set offers a well-structured, middle-eastern type tower with supporting accessories for a marketplace e.g. cart, table, green apple, berries. The brown camel is unique to the set. Overall, the tower looks great as a supporting structure for any middle-eastern theme background. Another plus point, no stickers at all! Another plus point, no stickers at all! PS: For the PoP theme, my order of preference from most to least preferred set is: Battle of Alamut (7573), Fight for the Dagger (7571), The Ostrich Race (7570), Desert Attack Set (7569), Quest Against Time (7572).
Great parts and a fun little build - a good mid-level set filled with enough exclusive pieces to make it a must-buy!