Avengers Compound Battle is LEGO set 76131-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. It is ranked in the top 40.92% scored sets on Brick Insights. Based on 6 scored reviews, 7 reviews total. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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Each of these sets has a lot of great details that fans of the new movie will really appreciate. Whether you're building these to keep out on display or you want to play out the action from the movie, there's going to be something here to please you. The minifigures look really nice, and there are lots of moving parts for posing and action-packed play.
I bought this set on release day at the Lego store, for $140 Canadian. At 700 pieces with 2 bigfigs, understand that the price will be higher than 10c per part. But I do not think that the price is justified. if anything, I think that $110 is the most it should have been. The build is fun and aesthetically pleasing, and the figures, including Thanos and Hulk, are well detailed, though Thanos is still using an out-of-date piece. The compound has lots of interior space, but not a lot of detail on the interior. The garage has two well-designed vehicles and cool door functions, and the main building has a detailed conference room with a rotating door, but the bottom floor has a crudely detailed cell for the Infinity Gauntlet and a mere computer panel for the reception. The end result was smaller than expected, though still quality with good figures. If you are planning to purchase it, I would definitely recommend the set, though wait until it goes on sale, around 20% off.
I feel like this set is not that great. It's very very skewed towards a young demographic and is not great for teens, adults, or even slightly older kids. The minifigure selection is strong but I do not like the builds. The two vehicles are pretty superfluous and are a waste of parts, and the compound itself lacks so much depth that you can't really play with it. There's just so little to do in the main compound itself – the garage works well but the actual compound building itself has very little playability. It's literally just a computer, a detachable wall (which is more for playing outside the building than inside), and a cramped conference table that can fit 3-4 people max.