Ayesha's Revenge is LEGO set 76080-1. It has a score of 82. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 45.72% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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The set was a great addition to my collection and it was worth getting.
Customer Video Review Length:: 15:43 Mins Of the three sets LEGO release for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, this is the mid-priced set and great value (with Amazon's current 20% discount). The minifigures are nicely detailed and desirable plus we get the awesome baby Groot in his Ravager outfit which is exquisitely printed for such a tiny character. The two ships are nice build, especially the Laser Drill ship which has a great sliding mechanism for Yondu to get into the cockpit and some very unique and large printed pieces. Nice job LEGO! Check out my video reviews of this and the other Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 LEGO sets on Amazon.
Film tie-in sets can be hit and miss, but this set is a joy to build and…ahem…play with. The main set build experience was nothing remotely challenging for even a casual LEGO builder, but the end results are both aesthetically and ergonomically pleasing. The use of stickers was so minimal and easy to place that it didn't cause the usual pains involved. Throw in two smaller builds and some excellent minifigures, and for a price point of £30 you have a pretty decent set. Time will tell if it's close to the source material but, as a standalone playset, the LEGO Group has succeeded on all accounts.
If you're a Guardians of the Galaxy fan, this is an easy buy for you to pick up the minifigures. Just look at the Laser Drill Spaceship as a nice little bonus to go with a great cast of minifigs and Baby Groot.
A good measure of how decent a set is going to be can be puzzled out from the LEGO Shop@Home listings… though being able to measure it requires you to have a good handle on marketing speak. Say what you want about LEGO, they have a marketing department that can spin a word salad with the best of them. With this set… I'm not sure they even tried. There are nine bullet points in the product description: three of them are just measurements, two (and parts of another) are trying to explain to you what that red blob is.
76080 Ayesha's Revenge has a few play features: a slide-open cockpit, a spring-loaded shooter, stud shooters on the drone, and an exploding rock section.